Summary: This camera (I own 2) is OK quality for the price (<$75). One issue I have is that vibration seems to knock it out of focus, even with the focal ring around the lens taped down. So there must be something internal loose on both cams.
Summary: This device doesn't CLAIM to have audio, so that is MY bad, not the companies. However it SHOULD be noted. Android support is for 95% of all android devices, so that is GOOD. Setup is flawless, and the mount for it is easy to use, and gives 270 degrees of motion once installed.
Pros: This camera's video is great. The Android app works nicely, but the data entry is rough for it, but workable. Overall for the price the camera, this is a bargain.
Cons: Does not support Android Ice Cream Sandwich (can't get app to connect on wife's Nexas phone). Works great on my Droid Razr Maxx though (which is still gingerbread). NO AUDIO (sorry, if I had read the description properly I'd have known that). But seems silly to me to make a webcam with no audio. ...
Summary: I tried multiple times to change the ip address with their software but it would not find the camera most of the time. It appeared to finally change the ip address but the computer would never recognize the device. This is the second TV-IP110W I have purchased.
Summary: There isa reason this camera is inexpensive. I have an old IP cam that can't even run the embedded webserver anymore. It is pointed at the street at the illumination from the streelamp is enough to clearly see pedestrians.
Pros: Web interface simple and intuitive, cheap price
Summary: Cameras came with firmware 1.1.0 build 60. Updated to firmware 1.1.0 build 66 and the video would stop working after 5-10 minutes. Downgraded the firmware back to 1.1.0 build 60 and the video is stable again except the date resets to 2007 everytime you reboot the camera.
Pros: Seems to work ok. Purchased when on sale. OK camera when the price is right. Not great, but not bad.
Cons: Video freezes with firmware 1.1.0 build 66. Need to stick with factory firmware. See comments below. Doesn't work in dim light and doesn't work in bright, outdoor light. No POE, so you need to pur two cables to camera.
Summary: Good camera for the money but the software for the computer is lacking features, features such as locking out others from changing features when you close the program and reopen. That means anyone that closes the program and reopens it has full access even when you lock it!
Summary: Used 6 of them around the house, happy so far, very clear in day time. Better performance if connected through Ethernet. Also to counter the system freezes, I purchased a cheap 24 hour timer for 3 dollars, and set it to power off for 30min everyday, that way, if your camera stop working during the...
Pros: Easy to setup, use the CD software to find the camera, change the IP address and port number, and it is ready to go.
Cons: The camera freezes from time to time, about 2-3 days every reset. Quality is OK in low light conditions.
Summary: I just followed the instructions on dyndns.org to get the camera working on the internet without a fixed IP. You can send e-mails to gmail, however they will go into your spam folder at first, so be sure to add the camera e-mail address to your contacts list!
Pros: Cheap, has LAN and Wireless, the software is good enough to suit my needs (just used the IE applet version). There is an android app that is a nice bonus if you want to use a smartphone to monitor your camera - "SecurView Mobile" available for free in the android market. Does support modern wifi ...
Cons: No secure smtp (so you can't send through a gmail account, for example). This is not the easiest camera to set up, and took some troubleshooting. Image quality is very poor, but not much worse than expected.