Summary: Camera is good quality. Video is good quality. The only problem I have is that it will not work with Trendnet's software. I contacted Trendnet support and they were worthless. Just told me to keep resetting the camera. If not for this software issue I would have rated this camera a 5. I set it up so that my wife could view her fish tank remotely, and it works very well for this.
Summary: I received this camera for Christmas. After setting it up I could view it on my computer and on my Iphone but only while on wi fi within my home network. Called trendnet and was told I had to put my dsl modem into bridge mode. So I called AT&T and they walked me through it easy. Called trendnet back and they walked me through some router settings and camera settings.
Summary: I bought this camera thinking that it would be the best value but I was disappointed by several issues. 1) There is no infrared light. Yes I know you could tell but no matter what you think it is really important to have IR lightning for night vision. 2) There is no smooth pan and tilt. It's all "STEPPED" with a step size you need to select. 3) The iPhone apps for this camera are very primitive and lack a lot of features even the expensive apps.
Summary: My qualifications for writing a review should be considered, carefully. I am a lawyer, not a tech specialist or engineer. I'm a consumer, an early adopter, an occasional beta tester. Reader beware. I wanted to find a relatively inexpensive camera that would do the following: 1. Have decent video which would look good and have some decent detail. 2. Pan and tilt. 3. Have motion detection and send me an email when activated 4.
Summary: The TV-IP602WN is basically an upgraded version of Trendnet's older Pan/Tilt network cams. I am familiar with Trendnet/Linksys/Dlink cams (click "see all my reviews" above) and I will be comparing the 602WN to these. The maximum resolution of the camera is unchanged from the previous models and is 640x480 (some older/cheap IP cams only do 320x240, I would advise against buying these). Appearance wise the 602WN is more curved/rounded than the older TV-IP410/422 cams.