Reviews and Problems with Logitech Alert 750e Outdoor Master System
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Outstanding product and support
3 weeks ago
Summary: I purchased my system 3 years ago, have been extremely happy with this product, I have since added 2 additional cameras and set up a second system at our vacation home. I did have one camera go bad and one power supply go bad. I contacted product support and they promptly replaced both items. The few times that I have contacted logitech support, they have been very helpful. Logitech has been a pleasure to work with.
Summary: Flawless set up on a MacBook Pro running Mountain Lion, iphone 5, ipad3 and ipad mini. Zero problems or complaints. My house has is 85 years old and has some older wiring and I was expecting some problems but everything works perfectly. Best set up is Mac on all the time to log videos but not necessary. It will upload when you turn it on anyway but I like not having a delay while it loads to my hard drive, chose not to use Dropbox for my storage but that's an option.
Summary: I bought 5 cameras in my system and after having read the reviews was not really sure what to expect. Some people had a lot of problems getting reliable connections and my brother, who has a system that connects over a wireless between 2 houses, told me that there can be some tricks.
Summary: I have had the cameras (now three) for over a year. They cover the driveway and front yard. On four different occasions, people have come up to my vehicles in the driveway to see if they were unlocked. They quickly moved on. I provided the video to the police. They were able to locate and convict one of the individuals who stole from other neighbors using my video. We live in a very safe neighborhood. I was amazed at the nighttime activity.
Summary: I was surprised at how easy it was to set up this camera! Logitech made this nice and easy. My neighbor set up a different camera system and had to build it out, which mean he had to buy everything separately. The video quality is amazing in the daytime or night. I am trying to determine where I am going to install more cameras. Definitely recommend this product.
Summary: I've had the Logitech Alert 750e Outdoor Master Security System with Night Vision for 3 weeks, and so far it has been an awesome camera and system. I've tried other cameras (2 $100 pan/tilt/zoom and 1 $600 hidden alarm clock) that were garbage, and I had to return. The quality and packaging is very good, and setup was extremely easy. I love the fact that the video is transmitted through my existing house wiring.
Super high quality pictures (especially for a night vision camera)
7 March 2013
Summary: I know there are many detail reviews about this camera, so I'm not going to repeat everything. If you're looking to buy a security camera and don't want to read those super long (but very helpful) reviews, here are a couple selling points for this camera: 1. Easy installation: since it only require one power outlet on the camera side, there is only ONE cat5 cable going from the camera to its adapter and then ONE power cable from the adapter to the outlet.
Summary: This system is a clear winner for home and business owners who are looking for a reliable and effective surveillance solution that is easy to set up and manage. And from a reputable and trusted company as well. I rarely write reviews but felt compelled to voice my satisfaction with this system. I have never had a computer network related product work as flawlessly as this one. From the moment I opened the box, I had the first camera up and running within ten minutes.
Summary: I used to have ADT and was always disappointed in the false alarms and lag time in response with real ones. Was searching for a new alternative when I found these cameras online. I purchased the outdoor startup kit and added an indoor camera. The system was easy to set up and works flawlessly. My only complaint was no Mac software and had to set up with Windows on a boot camp partition. This has recently been solved with the new release of the software.
Summary: Setup was a breeze. The key was to plug in the wireless unit to the router and make sure it can be tested first. Then once setup is done, I disconnected the unit and then installed it in the permanent location. Works like a charm. It was probably an easy install for me due to an electrical outlet being there close to the install location. Otherwise, you might need to use the wires provided (more than 15 feet) to the closest electrical outlet.