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Overall 8

Good little camera

Mark B., Newegg
8 May 2010
  • Summary: I have had this camera running in ZoneMinder for about 3-4 weeks connected by wireless to a D-Link WBR-2310 Router (which is a few rooms away). It has been completely stable and I have not had to reboot it at all. The image quality is also good. Overall a good little package for the price.
  • Pros: Works in ZoneMinder Good Image quality Solid wireless connection
  • Cons: Admin interface sometimes doesnt load completely in firefox (no probs in IE)..as you roll over buttons they appear...
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Overall 6

cam ok, rebate not ok

edward w., Newegg
27 February 2010
  • Summary: what's not ok is the trendnet rebate program. they don't send a check, they send a visa card that you can not cash out. this was not disclosed in anything i read at the time of purchase. that lessens the value of what i purchased.
  • Pros: the camera itself is ok. runs cool to the touch. it does have the ability to respond to a second port other than 80. it is the best bang for the price.
  • Cons: the camera is a bit finicky to setup. the manual gives a default ip address, out of the box mine was set to dhcp only. had to check the router dhcp log to find what address it grabbed. the browser interface works fine with ie, but it's rather poor with firefox. if you run linux as i do, you can s...
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Overall 8

Not bad for the price

Chad M., Newegg
1 February 2010
  • Summary: I have a linksys router, and the initial IP of the camera was not in a range my router could find. I called trendnet support, and got someone outside the US, who actually did a great job of walking me through the setup.
  • Pros: Small, good picture, decent hardware and software. Nice to look inside home while you are out of town.
  • Cons: Bad instructions. Instructions are written assuming everything goes together plug and play type. Well, it probably will not if you have a none trendnet network.
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Overall 10

Great Camera

Edward T., Newegg
3 December 2009
  • Summary: These are stand-alone web server cameras. You do not need a computer to view them. My cameras upload jpgs to my website every five minutes on their own, once they are set up to do so. One thing though, you may need to occasionally log in and reset the time if the camera experiences a power outage.
  • Pros: This camera has great video!. It is not grainy in low light conditions and the colors are realistic. This camera is an upgrade to the older TV-IP100W cameras that are completely reliable. (I have 7 of them working, without problem, for over 2 years.) It is easy to use and to setup. I've added a h...
  • Cons: It does not have motion detection. You will need a program running on your computer to detect motion. I use other cameras that have motion detection built in, but they do not have the video quality of this camera.
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