Pros: IP wireless setup straightforward, use the cloud cards. This can work on LAN, WAN, and wireless. A router with WPS is recommended. Outside and inside, although if outside use use waterproof spot. Software isn't first class but it does the job on Windows and Android and your Web browser, and it's own software(available on Windows and Android). Should work for Macs, and IPhone but you'll have to test it. IR lighting is great, resolution and fps are 30 fps for SD and hal...
Cons: Electrical plug is short, So buy an extension cord, be mindfull of using it outdoors in rainy as I don't think it is waterproof. If you have a low tech level you might not understand how to get it to work.
Summary: I have another network camera I wanted to replace with the Edimax IC-7110W, but my current one has better image quality and the colors aren't wrong. The funny thing is the other camera has a lower image resolution but the image quality is still better!
Pros: Nice feature set: Megapixel resolution (not the only indicator of good image quality), pan, tilt, and night vision. Cool looking design and fast web interface. Good H.264 compression to save bandwidth for those megapixel streams.
Cons: Mediocre image quality and poor color rendition. For some reason the camera images and video feed had a pink hue to everything! And it wasn’t just pink, the other colors were off too. Was it broken? I don’t know. The colors are way off and it’s going back to newegg.
Summary: 1) The cloud/remote access appears to work when you are in the same LAN, but when you are truly remote, it does not work. (E.g. on the iPad, or via any browser, it never connects.).
Pros: The attraction of this is the easy setup and cloud access. Unfortunately, it fails in proper execution in this, ultimately frustrating the user more than satisfying. The initial setup worked well (enough), but final use destroyed that good feeling.