Summary: I bought over 50 of these about 2 year ago. Only had one die on me after about 20 months of constant use. I have used them in enclosures outside in the blaring Texas summer heat and through super cold winter nights and they have not let me down.
Great camera, interchangable lenses and terrific low light sensitivity.
9 November 2013
Summary: I have several security cameras and these are the only one that will give a very clear image at night with my security lights for illumination. It has a night time setting to slow the shutter speed to accomplish the low light sensitivity.
Summary: This camera is inexpensive as far as PoE cameras go. Do not buy if you're looking for high resolution. I'm using it for monitoring a vehicle gate. The camera is about 50 yards from the gate. Something the size of a vehicle is about the minimum size for clarity.
Summary: I have had 4 TV-IP100W Cams for several years in very cold conditions outside. They have worked well if your expectations are not too high for picture quality. This camera was a nice upgrade to POE, picture was better, plus there was less noise (white specs on the picture at night).
Eh... wish i would have spent a bit more on a better camera
7 September 2011
Summary: The good: Easy to set up, works with standard POE switches. Mounts on top and bottom, comes with a right angle bracket. Web interface is nice and easy to use. Works with Zoneminder. JPG's upload to an FTP server just fine. The bad: Focus is a manual focus.
Does not integrate well with other systems (even TRENDnet's).
George Hogge, Amazon
5 September 2011
Summary: Does not integrate well with other systems (even TRENDnet's). Couldn't get the motion detection to record properly. Other than that, it works pretty well with the software that comes with it. But I bought a different TRENDnet PTZ camera and it came with it's own software.
Summary: I have the 4x zoom model and it is easy to set up and use. I mounted mine in an outdoor camera housing to monitor the outside of my home. I have no trouble connecting to it from work and the picture is clear.
Summary: I bought this camera to train out a kitchen window box on a set of seed feeders in our back yard. It has the two features I absolutely required: Power Over Ethernet (POE)--which means I can power it using the same cable that sends and receives networking information (less clutter)--and a CS lens...