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LaView 1080P IP Indoor WiFi or Ethernet Pan-Tilt Camera LV-PWR302 $56.25 w/code

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Update: Available at Amazon for <$50 ( Thanks Bobybobybo )
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This is now $49.99 on Amazon with free shipping and no tax to my state

https://www.amazon.com/LaView-Sec...dpSrc=srch
LaView 1080P IP Indoor WiFi or Ethernet Pan-Tilt Camera
SKU LV-PWR302

Reg: $129.00
Listed now for: $75.00
25% off until Feb 11, 2018 w/code groundhog: $56.25
BF 2017 this was: $59.00
  • Pan-Tilt feature with 1080P HD resolution ( at 30 fps or 25 fps )
  • Remote viewing, effortless Pan-Tilt control with LaView Connect mobile app
  • Built-in microphone for two-way audio
  • Simple plug-and-play set up - no drilling required
  • Fully Compatible with and Record on LV-N98, LV-96, LV-N99 Series NVR
  • Built-in MicroSD card slot supports up to 128GB and can store precious backup or standalone footage
  • Include one (1) 16GB microSD card
  • 2.8mm, horizontal field of view 105.8°
  • Pan: 0° to 355°; Tilt: -10° to 90°

With easy set up you can simply place on a flat surface, or
mount it security onto a wall or ceiling.

No NVR? No problem - simply insert micro SD card for on board memory.
The camera is capable to run without the NVR and can store up to 128BG
worth of storage.

The built-in mic and speaker allows you to listen in and speak through
your camera from your mobile devices.

Spotty Wi-Fi signal? Connect to your network easily via Ethernet cable

https://www.laviewsecurity.com/pr...amera.html

Spec Sheet:
https://www.laviewsecurity.com/fi...PWR302.pdf
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Last Edited by mat2000 February 5, 2018 at 04:55 PM
Youtube video on Hikvision OEM version:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDzhBISN7-E

Note: looks like it does not have a webserver on it.
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WiFi or RJ45 connectivity

60Hz: 30fps (1920 × 1080, 1280 ×960, 1280 ×720)
50Hz: 25fps (1920 × 1080, 1280 ×960, 1280 ×720)

The spec sheet states:
Protocols TCP/IP, ICMP, HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, DHCP, DNS, DDNS, RTP, RTSP, RTCP, PPPoE, NTP, UPnP,
IGMP, QoS, IPv6

So, it should work with various 3rd party apps and PC based VMS ( video management software ) like Blue Iris as the rtsp feed appears available.

Looks like a Hikvision OEM:
DS-2CV2Q21FD-IW/(16G-T/32G-T/64G-T)
http://www.hikvision.com/europe/P...3&id=41974

Chinese vendors on ebay and Aliexpress appear to be selling this for about $78 + shipping
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Any comparison to Foscam R2?
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Any comparison to Foscam R2?
Wondering the same, I got the R2 from the deal last week at $54.99.
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Any comparison to Foscam R2?
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Wondering the same, I got the R2 from the deal last week at $54.99.
HI Boby, Thenwndrr -

The majority of those at ipcamtalk really like the Hikvision OEM products and greatly dislike Foscam.

The specs on this camera actually look fairly good. The imaging sensor is a very nice larger size for 1080p - and thus I believe you should see some good results.

update: associated links for ipcamtalk https://ipcamtalk.com/search/5710...-IW&o=date

youtube review on Hikvision OEM version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDzhBISN7-E
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WiFi or RJ45 connectivity

60Hz: 30fps (1920 × 1080, 1280 ×960, 1280 ×720)
50Hz: 25fps (1920 × 1080, 1280 ×960, 1280 ×720)

The spec sheet states:
Protocols TCP/IP, ICMP, HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, DHCP, DNS, DDNS, RTP, RTSP, RTCP, PPPoE, NTP, UPnP,
IGMP, QoS, IPv6

So, it should work with various 3rd party apps and PC based VMS ( video management software ) like Blue Iris as the rtsp feed appears available.

Looks like a Hikvision OEM:
DS-2CV2Q21FD-IW/(16G-T/32G-T/64G-T)
http://www.hikvision.com/europe/P...3&id=41974

Chinese vendors on ebay and Aliexpress appear to be selling this for about $78 + shipping
Thanks, was just about to ask if you know what it was under the rebadge. No PoE or am I just being blind?

I could use one of these to cover my kids play area as it is wide open and I'm using 2 cubes to cover the 180ish degree view. Doesn't need to be balls out amazing, just enough for me to see what they are up to and yell at them if needed laugh out loud
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Thanks, was just about to ask if you know what it was under the rebadge. No PoE or am I just being blind?

I could use one of these to cover my kids play area as it is wide open and I'm using 2 cubes to cover the 180ish degree view. Doesn't need to be balls out amazing, just enough for me to see what they are up to and yell at them if needed laugh out loud
Sounds like it will work for yelling at kids!

Check out the youtube review, I am going through it right now.

No PoE - reviewer stated not a normal micro-usb connection ( though it looks like one ).
No webserver, Reviewer is using Hikvision tool to configure. ( SADP tool, IVMS-4200 tool, remember user: admin, pw: admin )
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Sounds like it will work for yelling at kids!

Check out the youtube review, I am going through it right now.

No PoE - reviewer stated not a normal micro-usb connection ( though it looks like one ).
No webserver, Reviewer is using Hikvision tool to configure. ( SADP tool, IVMS-4200 tool, remember user: admin, pw: admin )
do u kno if it will it track a subject with blue iris or ivms? or jus\t manual moving?
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do u kno if it will it track a subject with blue iris or ivms? or jus\t manual moving?
Hi Psumarsh,

I don't know. That would be cool.
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Hi Psumarsh,

I don't know. That would be cool.
at this price point tho, i doubt it. I think nayr had some fancy setup using standalone PIRs with pre-programmed PTZ locations that he used to "track" subjects moving across his screen or such. not sure if that type of stuff requires a noticeably more expensive PTZ enabled camera though Confused
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This is now $49.99 on Amazon with free shipping and no tax to my state

https://www.amazon.com/LaView-Sec...dpSrc=srch
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So is firmware and viewing app better than Amcrest or Foscam PTZ ?
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I know this is an old thread. But I just got this camera and wanted to let people know it does have a web server. I am able to access the camera and its settings by going to by using Internet Explorer as the browser.
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I know this is an old thread. But I just got this camera and wanted to let people know it does have a web server. I am able to access the camera and its settings by going to by using Internet Explorer as the browser.
Thanks Mickey4paws!

If you're a member of ipcamtalk feel free to post a review there.
( had to have reviews on SDs unfortunately )
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