Summary: Save your self the tassel, go buy a up and running system ... I had a tech wondering why the instructions say one thing and the available menu saying something different. I still do not having them .. Yes I bought a few .. Running and giving me Internet access ..
Summary: Bought this camera, SD black, based on reviews. Right away I was not able to set it up for WiFI since respective menue is missing.I hade no other choice then to connect camera with patch cable. Send 4 service request to Y-Cam over a periode of 4 weeks but no response at all. I do not recomment this camera at all. It is a waste of money and does not even work as a paper weight.
Summary: I did a lot of research before purchasing the Y-cam Knight SD camera -- what sold me on it was the claims (by the company, not users) of ease of set up for a mac. I have a few wireless security cameras with my alarm.com account and it took a little rolling up the sleeves to get them to function including running XP on Fusion.
Summary: The good things are is does do what it says: IR, motion detection, email alerts, WiFi / ethernet connectivity, SD card recording, ftp of stills, remote access to settings. Camera: It's an IR / daylight camera with a IR lens so the colors are way off in daylight - they must have had complaints as they warn you about that on the box. WiFi: The signal strength on the WiFi was poor - other devices in the same location showed 100% yet the Y-Cam could only manage 50%.