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CloudCam Indoor Wireless Fixed Day and Night IP Camera w/ MicroSD Slot

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CloudCam Indoor Day/Night Wireless IP Camera
CloudCam Indoor Wireless Fixed Day and Night IP Camera w/ MicroSD Slot
+ 4GB MicroSD Card
4GB MicroSD Card
$19.99 $2.00
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Save approximately 24 hours of recordings
CloudCam Indoor Day/Night Wireless IP Camera
CloudCam Indoor Wireless Fixed Day and Night IP Camera w/ MicroSD Slot
+ SanDisk 16GB MicroSD Card
SanDisk 16GB MicroSD Card
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Save 4-5 days of recordings

Have you ever wanted to use a remote camera, but have been concerned with how difficult the setup may be? Now, imagine a camera that you can have up and running in a few minutes anywhere in the world! There is nothing else on the market that offers a hassle free setup like you get with a CloudCam. You don't need ANY networking knowledge to setup a CloudCam and can easily deploy them anywhere you have Internet access, with virtually any router!

The CloudCam Indoor Day/Night Wireless Fixed IP Camera is designed with the "user-friendly" idea in mind. The user can install the CloudCam easily on his/her home network and then access the IP Camera anywhere in the world through the accompanied video management software without having to set up a complicated DNS name or changing the router's settings. Users can see the video of the IP camera on any iPhone or Droid anywhere, anytime (basic free and premium paid versions of the app are available in the App store and the Android Market). The biggest difference between the CloudCam and other IP cameras is the simplicity in setup and monitoring - plug and play!

Key features:

  • CloudCam is self-networking, zero-configuration, cloud-based technology that works through firewalls and will work over ANY internet connection (including LTE)
  • Setup can be done via the web app - connecting directly to the router is NOT required (unlike other IP cams)
  • View on your iPhone/iPad or Android device (free and pro apps available)
  • For day or night use - the camera features two video sensors/lens, one for day and one for night
  • Two-way audio - you can monitor the synchronized video/audio and talk to or warn the people around the camera from your iPhone/iPad and Android once you receive the push notification. Connect any high power speaker to the camera's speaker jack!
  • H.264 video compression
  • WPS (WiFi Protected Setup) support
  • PIR body detection, effective distance of 7 meters
  • SD card video recording with 5 seconds of pre-recording
  • 802.11 n wireless with WEP and WPA/WPA2 security support
  • Triple video streaming on PC, mobile and SD card recording

More Features:

  • Easily access the camera from anywhere in the world via the ID/password (through accompanied video management software, no complicated DNS settings needed).
  • Free and full-featured iPhone apps available on Apple’s App Store
  • Free software for Android mobile on Android Market
  • Built-in micro-SD card interface for video storage on SD card (optional 16GB microSD card can save up to 5 days of recordings; optional 4GB microSD card can save approximately 1 day of recordings)
  • Night mode control – support automatic, manual and scheduled modes
  • Connect up to 20 users simultaneously
  • Push notification on iPhone/iPad and Android for PIR and sound detection
  • Email/ftp alarm message for PIR and sound detection
  • Event scheduling
  • Video recording on NAS device
  • Watchdog function to prevent system failure
  • Internal real time clock


Power DC 12V, 1A or 5V, 1A
Processors RISC CPU, hardware video processing and compression
Network Interface Ethernet 10BaseT/100BaseTX, Auto-MDIX, RJ-45
Wireless Interface IEEE 802.11n 90-150 Mbps
IEEE 802.11g 6-54 Mbps
IEEE 802.11b 1 - 11 Mbps
Transmit power: 14.5dBm typically @ 802.11g
17.5dBm typically @ 802.11b
Receiver sensitivity: 54Mbps: Typical -73dBm @ 10% PER
11Mbps: Typical -86dBm @ 10% PER
Antenna gain: 0.01 dBi
Image Sensor RGB VGA 1/4 inch CMOS
Day and night separate sensors
Automatic exposure control, automatic white balance, automatic gain control, automatic brightness control.
Light Sensitivity 0.2 Lux ( IR led off )
0 Lux (with 10 meters IR leds on)
Automatically turn on the IR led in low light environment.
PIR Sensor Effective distance – 7 meters
Lens 3.2 mm, F2.0, viewing angle: 60.3°, fixed iris.
Focus range: 30 cm to infinity
Day and night separate lens
Buttons One reset button, to factory default settings
One WPS button for automatic WiFi setup
Indicators One LED for Internet connection status indication
One LED for Ethernet connection indication
One LED for SD card recording indication
Video Compression H.264, baseline profile level 3.1
Frame Rate 1~5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 fps
Video Streaming H.264
Separate frame rate/resolution/bandwidth settings for PC and mobile.
Video Settings Resolution: VGA(640x480), QVGA(320x240), QQVGA(160x120)
Bandwidth : 64k, 128k, 256k, 512k, 768k, 1M, 1.2M, 1.5M bps
Frame rate : 1~5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 fps
Audio Built-in microphone for audio monitoring
Speaker jack for external speaker
Audio compression: G.711
Security Web management username/password protection
Video display ID/password protection
WiFi WEP and WPA/WPA2 security mode
Installation, management and maintenance Plug & play by ID/password
Video management software-CamView for video
Access and multi-camera management
Firmware upgrades via FTP
Web browsing Built-in web server for standard web browser access
Video display on IE browser
Video snapshot on any browser
Supported Protocols IPv4, HTTP, TCP, ICMP, RTSP, RTP, UDP, RTCP, SMTP, SNTP, FTP, DHCP, ARP, DNS, PPPoE, etc.
Accessories (included) Power adaptor, camera bracket, RJ45 Ethernet cable, quick installation guide, CD with installation software and User's Manual, ID/Password card.
Video Management Software Surveillance software for viewing and archiving up to 36 cameras
Users Up to 20 simultaneous unicast users (depends on video settings)
Alarm and Event Management Events triggered by PIR and sound detection
Email/ftp alarm message
Push notification on iPhone/iPad and Android devices
Dimensions and Weight 95 x 68 x 25 mm,
280 g, incl. camera bracket, excl. power adaptor
Approvals EMC - CE, FCC Part 15 Subpart B Class B
Wireless RF - CE, FCC Part 15 Subpart C
Power supply: CE, FCC, UL, EN 60950
Operating Conditions 0-50°C
Humidity 20 - 80% RH (non-condensing)

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Date Added: 12/31/2013 by Wayne W. (Leslie, AR)
Like many rural residents, my only access to the internet is through a Verizon 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot MiFi5510L and a Wilson signal booster. It's better than nothing, but a far cry from DSL. Tragically, Verizon's LTE network will not allow port-forwarding, therefore most all IP cameras are absolutely useless on these networks. I found this out the hard way, after several worthless purchases of an Axis and D-link camera. DO NOT waste your time by buying these products if your internet access is mobile. As of this review, THEY WILL NOT WORK on LTE networks. However, this CloudCam IP camera actually does work as billed. It does and will work on Verizon's LTE network. Apparently, mobile broadband rationing issues are overcome by the fact that you only use data when you're logged in and viewing, which is very splendid! However, I can't help but wonder who is hosting the servers that facilitate this function, and what would happen should this 'free' service disappear? I expect that my camera would no longer function as billed. This could be a problem in the future. Now to the camera. The video image is so-so. Actually, it's only ok. I can make out the obvious, but facial recognition at any distance, say over 15 feet, is not possible. But then again, because I'm using a mobile network, what else should I expect after compressing the data the way I have to. The audio works. I haven't figured out how to operate the two-way audio function, but then I haven't really worked at it. I assume I have to hook up a speaker? I wish there was a way to turn off the blinking lights on the front of the camera. It announces its location to the burglar very well indeed. I guess that's one purpose for tape, to put over the blinking lights. BTW, it took three layers of tape, because the lights are so Christmasy. Also, I wonder why no exterior camera exists within the line? We'll see how long my inside camera holds up under the porch eave. Probably not long at all, unless I protect it very well, and considering that swallows would just love to build a mud nest right on top of it. This product is the only solution I've found to my internet dilemma. Why more products like this are not being offered which addresses the LTE issue is beyond me! 3G store shipped my camera very quickly, and tech support was on hand to answer my questions. They spoke good English too, a definite plus. However, be advised, the setup for this camera is not as flawless as billed. The 3G store quick-set insert which guides the customer through the activation process fails to note that the android app "mcamview pro" does not exist. I installed the free version of this app, but was unable to access the camera's controls through this particular app. More on this in a moment. Fortunately, I had my IPad handy, and was able to load the "mcamview iOS app," which worked flawlessly. I was able to configure my camera straightaway, which then worked perfectly. Now, back to the mcamview app. After a good bit of research, I was able to discover that the gateway "authentication" information which this app requested is as follows: USERNAME: admin PASSWORD: this remains blank. Only after this entry are you allowed to access the virtual controls for the camera. If all I had to access the camera was the Droid, the setup would have been extremely, extremely frustrating. To me, the windows software was/is useless in the setup, as far as I can tell. It works well to remote view the camera, but to setup the camera, it is lacking in my opinion. After a bit more research, I found another app which works better with my droid: mZIPView. You will find this in the Playstore on your Droid, and it's free. mZIPView looks and feels exactly like the mcamview app. However, mZIPView is less buggy and works as billed, while the latter does not. This is my first purchase with 3G store. They are wonderful, the product was shipped immediately, and I will be doing more business with them in the future. Hope this helps. Wayne.

Date Added: 10/04/2013 by Sona V. (Averill Park, NY)
With trepidation, I recently ordered a CloudCam DayNight indoor wireless IP Camera. How could it be that simple to set up a wireless surveillance camera with visual AND two-way audio and have it work flawlessly from the get-go? Well, it was. If I can set it up and have it running within 20 minutes, ANYONE can. I am so happy with it, I wish I could order a second to cover another room. Unfortunately, I will have to wait till I have the money to do that--and then I will!

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