Outdoor Wi Fi Live Monitoring Camera keeps an eye when you are not around


Eyes – digital ones especially, are cool to have around. After all, with all of us getting a whole lot more connected in this day and age than ever before, a digital camera that is capable of recording whatever that is going on in real time, and transferring all of that to a device remotely is useful when it comes to DIY home security solutions. Hence, for those who would like to up the ante in their own “castles”, the $219.95 Outdoor Wi Fi Live Monitoring Camera does seem to be the perfect deal, as this weatherproof Wi-Fi video camera will automatically record real time video when it detects motion.

The camera itself will hook up to a home’s wireless network, letting you view the exterior of your home in real time regardless of where you are geographically, as long as you have a decent Internet connection on your device – be it a smartphone, tablet or computer. An integrated motion sensor will be able to detect movement up to 30′ away, where it will then turn on the camera while capturing 720p high-definition color video at a rapid 30 frames-per-second. Not only that, the unit’s IP65 weatherproof housing would let it withstand precipitation and temperatures ranging from -13° F to 113° F. It also has the ability to automatically send still pictures or video clips to your email account, alongside a remotely controlled 10X digital zoom. Even when dusk falls, fret not, as this camera sports night vision that allows visibility up to 15′ away, accompanied by a microphone and a SD memory card slot.

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April moore Says: April 5, 2015 at 8:54 am

im looking for this exact product for our business… Would you recommend this for a tire and automotive business.. We have one entrance in and one entrance out.. I could see every vehicle that pulls into our business after hours and at night…. I’m needing something asap…

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