Summary: I bought this to keep an eye on house for us while we're not home. It was a little difficult to set up at first since I already have a Trendnet Proview 512 in the house as well. For some reason, I'm not able to set up the external viewing over the internet. The 512 was much easier. The pan feature is a little slow. The tilt feature doesn't work for some reason. I'm not sure if the camera is just defective or what. Next step is to call Trendnet to ask for help.
Summary: easy to use, setting up public ip address and getting it masked at dyndns.org is the way to go. cameras are cheap and do the job, dont know why they didnt include microphone, oh well, maybe i can find an external mic.
Summary: I give this model 3 stars because the built-in web server is great just like their stationary (non-rotating) model. Apart from that, I was not as pleased as I was with the stationary model. The addition of Java to the web interface was a nice touch (the ActiveX controller port is often blocked by company IT policies, so you couldn't view from work), but the prime feature of this model, the moving camera, was WAY too sluggish to be useful.
Summary: If I wanted another TV-IP410, I would have paid less and gotten one. Actually, the TV-IP410 has more features, but the TV-IP600 has much better pan and tilt. Digital zoom is a joke. I bought this one specifically for the 2-way audio. It simply is not there. It's not in the interface, it's not in the settings, there is no microphone nor speaker port. Not happy. I should have gone to Trendnet's site and looked at the features.
Summary: This camera is worth every cent I spent. I had some trouble doing Port forwarding and TRENDNET helped me through the steps. Before I knew I had my handy little camera online ready for action. I've had it got over 3 months now and seems to be pretty reliable. I would recommend this camera for any home or entry business customer. trendNET rocks and I will continue buying from them. THIS IS A GOOD BUY.
Summary: I purchased this camera based on assurances from TrendNet that it was fully Mac compatible. THAT IS NOT THE CASE. #1, TrendNet does not provide any written instructions for using this camera with a Mac. #2. If you figure it out on your own, then there are new problems...While you can sometimes view the camera in Safari, it is very difficult to administer the camera. Safari simply cannot display the web pages correctly. As for FireFox... it just crashes.