Summary: I had the Trendnet TV-IP600, while it had a slightly brighter image and less "artifacts" in low light, I'm still happier with the 410. The 410 has built-in motion detection that will upload to FTP (or email me) and a wider viewing angle. I simply like this camera all around better than the 600...
Summary: I've had the camera for a while now and usually it can go for 24 hours or so without becoming completely unavailable. No web interface, no pinging or anything. There are several posts about this and TrendNET chooses not to release firmware to address the issue. I gave it 2 stars because when it is working, it is a great cam. Picture quality is excellent and the pan/tilt is flawless. Key phrase to take away from this review, "When it is working.
Summary: Save yourself a lot of frustration if you need to view this one over the internet. OK on the local area network, shows up to 16 cameras at once on the software provided, keeps dropping out requiring a power up restart, then you have to reset the date every time. Recording not very good, doesn't record when programmed, doesn't record properly on motion either. Only records anywhere from 1 to 8 seconds on motion, if at all. I say stay away. Took my back to the store.
Summary: I purchased the wired version of this camera which also has a wireless version. After reading all of the reviews for both, including the night time IR version here is what I took away from it: 1. Many people describe the wireless version are being very difficult to set-up. Read all of the reviews for the 410W and 422W before trying this on your own. 2. There were multiple reports of the wireless versions cutting out on their own requiring an unplugging reboot.
Summary: Camera fairly easy to set up and use. The image clarity is not as sharp as I had hoped for. Two major issues. First, after a couple of weeks issues developed with the camera dropping the wireless signal. After dropping the signal the camera needs to be rebooted. No problem if you are at home with the camera but if you are away and viewing remotely and the camera needs to be rebooted you're out of luck until you return home.
Summary: Setup for this camera took only a few minutes, very easy. Pan and tilt works as expected, lots of nice features like motion detection etc. I have this setup outside and was concerned about the possibility of the image being washed out, based on reviews of another (later) model, but there's an "Outdoor" setting that takes care of that. Love this camera.
Summary: These cameras are really nice. The PTZ functions work flawlessly over the internet. Setup is extemely easy. Don't buy this camera for the digital zoom as it is only adequate at best. Do not expect any Trendnet IR camera to work in a dome enclosure as the IR will continually be on in the dome and cause glare. The glare in a dome will make this camera useless.
Summary: This is a pretty good camera for the price. My requirements were that I was looking for a camera to access remotely to check my home from time to time and to e-mail snapshots based on motion detection. First, let me list the pros: 1. Initial setup is pretty good. Sets up quickly and is functioning in about 10 minutes. 2. Picture quality is impressive. 3. Camera has a multitude of setup options that allow for some serious fine tuning. 4.
Summary: I installed the camera in my livingroom as a security device. I tested all the functions including motion detection and automatic emailing and it works without a glitch. I even found how to make it work with Zoneminder. The only minor issue is that you have to use IE to activate some functions like recording on demand, which don't work in Firefox. Besides that, great little camera for the price.
Summary: This cam is a sort of stripped down model of the Trendnet IP422W. The IP410 supports only a wired 10/100Mbit Ethernet connection (No WiFi) and doesn't feature audio recording or MPEG4 compression. Additionally there are no IR LEDs so there is no night vision mode as in the IP422 (Both are indoor cams).