Summary: After about 15 hours of trying to set it up to get the computers to sync to the cameras or even pick them up was an act of Congress. I guess it does help if you have a friend that is very computer literate and won't quit set it up works great.
Summary: I use it as a baby monitor, I am still playing with it to learn all of it's functionality, but it comes with free tech support, so that will be helpful if something comes up that youtube can't answer.
Summary: I was leery of buying this camera because of all the negative reviews but I'm glad that I bought it. It has a great picture and setting it up wasn't hard at all. Just power it up and plug it into the router. Then pop the CD in your computer and follow the instructions in the setup guide.
Summary: I think this model is the best bang for your buck. I tried the older model and the newer$$$ 1.3 megapixel model before settling on this one. I was really disappointed in the 1.3 megapixel because it kept freezing and I spent way too much money on it to be doing that.
Easy to implement. Exceptional functionality for the price
Paul Izzo, Amazon
17 April 2014
Summary: After reading a previous review that recommended manually assigning a static IP address to the camera, I had it up in 5 minutes. Implmenting IP forwarding in my Belkin router was a breeze and a $20 year DynDNS subscription takes care of the cable dynamic IP address issue.
Summary: Just received these cameras today. Had some issues with getting the wifi setup. Called tech support and only waited on hold for about five minutes before being connected to Samuel Brown. He logged in to my computer remotely and had my wifi set up in matter of minutes.