Great camera at excellent price for use with Internet Explorer equipped PCs
5 October 2011
Summary: This Linksys camera is a well engineered innovative product. It is an excellent value for this price point. Expect to spend 2-5x more for a comparable or better camera. The wvc200 (or wvc210 new model) work very well for what they were designed. However there are some shortcomings.
Summary: I have had this unit in service for over 2 years as a remote monitoring camera at my vacation home. The unit works very well and delivers better than average video quality for a web cam. I have not had any operational issues with the unit. I am using the wireless to connect to my router.
Summary: Linksys/Cisco no longer sells the WVC200 and has upgraded to the WVC210. Although the color has been greatly improved on the newer model - gone is the IR sensitivity of the older model. This is unfortunate as I used these to monitor my children overnight.
Summary: Cam came exactly when they said. I like the range of motion. I'm not sure how good the wireless range is: I've seen people have issues with the range but, I have the antenna horizontal (hidden from view) and it's 30'+ from the router (G) through 2 walls and it works just fine.
Summary: I've reviewed this camera before* (I guess Amazon is making me review my recent purchase). I said good & bad things last time - those still hold. But, having used it for months, I have more criticisms. I use the "Kiwi Syslog Daemon" with both cameras.
Summary: First of all, I actually give it 3.5 stars instead of 4 Well being a purchaser of many kinds of wireless and wired camera systems from various generic china made types, x-10, linksys, panasonic, and everything in between. I have definitely have had my experiences with cameras.
Summary: I've had another wireless webcam (a very basic fixed camera from D-Link) before this one. I'm pretty impressed at the quality of this camera as I'm not a Linksys fan by any stretch. Highs: - the pan/tilt functionality works pretty well.
Summary: I tried these cameras right out of the box and experienced the same troubles others are having. But I came up with a work around. The first thing you need to do is straighten the antenna completely. Do not use the 45 and 90 degree catches. On my router/ap...
Summary: As with any wireless product hard to set up. Mine more difficult as running from a router to a wireless router to a range expander. All of which are Linksys. Sololink or other services not really needed as they are not very reliable and the domain names are so long you might as well just type...