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.
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.
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.
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.
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.