Summary: UPDATE: Based on my early experience with this system recommended it to several customers and installed many. Every customer I installed this for, and my own, has experienced problems after a year or so like everyone else.
Summary: The Logitech cameras seem to work fine. And we like the Logitech Alert system. The problem we have is with the power adapter (LA700i-A). We have had 3 fail within 2 years. 1 failed within warranty and it was very complicated with their poor customer service to get a replacement.
Summary: I have a couple of these cameras and have had no issues with them for over 2 years. I did replace the network cable on one unit has the one provided did not provide enough signal. I live on a busy street and do not have excessive recordings and I remove the unneeded files on a regular basis.
Summary: I purchased this item from ANDELA with the understanding it was camera only without any accessories. Somehow ANDELA considers a power cord to be an accessory. So now I own a $100+ paperweight.
Summary: Overall, a very nice camera. Video quality is very good. However, connecting to it from a remote location can be occasionally frustrating (lots of attempts tend to time out and require multiple attempts to view. Likely a network issue rather than an issue with the camera per se.
Summary: This is a great DIY home security system. It has iPhone support and works with a base computer using Windows or Mac. This gave me a simple way to look at the status of my home from work or on vacation.
Summary: Note that this first part of this review is on the older series Logitech cameras. Since I own both systems I wnanted to comment on their apparent engineering evolution. I bought the original series years ago and they have worked well with only a single clock camera failure.