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This seems to have decent specs for an outside IP camera at this price level. I can't find any reviews for it at all though.
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This seems to have decent specs for an outside IP camera at this price level. I can't find any reviews for it at all though.
It's from Rosewill and no reviews like you said but anyone here pulled the trigger? Price is so tempting.
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I ultimately gave in, and ordered one camera. Wish me luck!
I would like to have ordered multiple, but the $10 rebate has a one per household limit.
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I ultimately gave in, and ordered one camera. Wish me luck!
I would like to have ordered multiple, but the $10 rebate has a one per household limit.
Damn, you made me do the same, $35.38 short now.

Used Shop Runner for free 2 days shipping and e-bates for cash back.
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Got the camera this afternoon, looks good. Box said supports Win7, 8 I guess OK with 10. Will try it later but not bad for $35.
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Got the camera this afternoon, looks good. Box said supports Win7, 8 I guess OK with 10. Will try it later but not bad for $35.
HI DKTVPN,

Cool - let us know how it turns out.
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HI DKTVPN,

Cool - let us know how it turns out.
Just happened to finish set it up initially. It's quite easy to setup following the Quick Start Guide. The 5 minutes set up After turning it on the first time scared me so I create user name and password ready on my laptop to type in quickly but turned out not needed that quick. Everything is default after scanning the QR code and worked less than 2 minutes.

So far the picture is pretty good indoor. It's too late so I will compare to my Foscam FI9831P later side by side some other day. I'm happy with the purchase and will do the rebate tomorrow.
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Here are some thought about Rosewill Shield Eye & Foscam FI9831P side by side pointing at the same object 20' away:

- F has a wider view angle.
- F has a brighter/vivid image.
- F has PTZ.
- F is for indoor use only.
- R has a lot better details image, I like this the most.
- R has a quicker response app.
- R has a very low light sensor so I can still see color image when the F is already in night mode B&W, I like this next.
- R has a solid built.
- R is much cheaper and for outdoor use: $23 AR vs. $79.

The rebate is in the mail already and I would get more if it's on sale again.
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Thanks for sharing your feedback. Mine is still enroute, so I haven't received it yet but am feeling better about taking a chance on it thanks to your findings. Too bad the rebate had a one-piece limit, otherwise I would have ordered more.

Mine will likely be used outside, and I have a few potential locations. My challenge will be that I don't have any outdoor outlets in these areas. Any thoughts on just using an outdoor extension cord for this sort of application? I don't know how durable an extension cord would be after sitting in the sun month after month here in the northeast.
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Here are some thought about Rosewill Shield Eye & Foscam FI9831P side by side pointing at the same object 20' away:

- F has a wider view angle.
- F has a brighter/vivid image.
- F has PTZ.
- F is for indoor use only.
- R has a lot better details image, I like this the most.
- R has a quicker response app.
- R has a very low light sensor so I can still see color image when the F is already in night mode B&W, I like this next.
- R has a solid built.
- R is much cheaper and for outdoor use: $23 AR vs. $79.

The rebate is in the mail already and I would get more if it's on sale again.
Thanks DKTVPN

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Thanks for sharing your feedback. Mine is still enroute, so I haven't received it yet but am feeling better about taking a chance on it thanks to your findings. Too bad the rebate had a one-piece limit, otherwise I would have ordered more.

Mine will likely be used outside, and I have a few potential locations. My challenge will be that I don't have any outdoor outlets in these areas. Any thoughts on just using an outdoor extension cord for this sort of application? I don't know how durable an extension cord would be after sitting in the sun month after month here in the northeast.
Hi Minuteman1970

Looking at the connections I would do the following:

1) Mod a junction box for this camera, you can pick up the parts at home depot or lowes.
2) Get a set of PoE splitters - perhaps passive as you'll be using the power adapter in the kit to provide power. ( PoE splitter - should have a input and output splitter )
3) Use built cat5e/cat6 cable for power and data
4) Run cable through attic and drop down outside to the junction box - remember to create a drip loop to help route water away from junction box.

Remember to try to mount camera 8 feet or less high to get a better chance of ID images.
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Hi Minuteman1970

Looking at the connections I would do the following:

1) Mod a junction box for this camera, you can pick up the parts at home depot or lowes.
2) Get a set of PoE splitters - perhaps passive as you'll be using the power adapter in the kit to provide power. ( PoE splitter - should have a input and output splitter )
3) Use built cat5e/cat6 cable for power and data
4) Run cable through attic and drop down outside to the junction box - remember to create a drip loop to help route water away from junction box.

Remember to try to mount camera 8 feet or less high to get a better chance of ID images.
Thanks for the tip, I will consider this and plan to research into it a bit further. If I follow correctly, I would need a kit similar to this:
https://www.amazon.com/iCreatin-I...l_huc_item

One end goes to the camera side, the other into my router (and to AC power to feed). In between would run my CAT5 cable.
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Thanks for the tip, I will consider this and plan to research into it a bit further. If I follow correctly, I would need a kit similar to this:
https://www.amazon.com/iCreatin-I...l_huc_item

One end goes to the camera side, the other into my router (and to AC power to feed). In between would run my CAT5 cable.
HI Minuteman1970,

Yes.

Router or Switch. Normally I like to use a switch to keep the router from getting over loaded with video streaming packets.
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Too bad the rebate had a one-piece limit, otherwise I would have ordered more.
Too late now, you could try another addresses like work, family, friends, ... to get more.


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Mine will likely be used outside, and I have a few potential locations. My challenge will be that I don't have any outdoor outlets in these areas. Any thoughts on just using an outdoor extension cord for this sort of application? I don't know how durable an extension cord would be after sitting in the sun month after month here in the northeast.
How far is it?

I'm running a cheap orange extension cord to my water fountain in my front yard with about 10' lying on concrete for more than 15 years no problem, the rest of it under the soil. I'm living in Orange County, SoCal with more sun and no snow.
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