Product Overview

  • Easy to Operate & Easy DIY installation
  • Excellent 24 Hour Surveillance with whole Room Surveillance
  • 270° of Horizontal Pan (left and right) & 120° of Vertical Tilt (up and down)
  • Impressed Night Vision with 10 built in LED lights with industrial Level Infrared Filter
  • Multiple Remote Platform Viewing Options - Use via the Internet from your 3G Mobile Phone, Laptop, PC, or Tablet Devices
  • Unlimited Patrol Tours Consisting of 16 Preset Positions - 2 Way Communication - Whisper Quiet
MPcam Wireless IP Camera
$149.00
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IP Cameras record very high quality images (depending on your model), recording this surveillance feed on a DVR is possible but not the best decision as you would require an exorbitant amount of hard disk space and multiple DVR's to cover all your cameras.  IP cameras operate differently from a regular CCTV camera, they can be connected right to your network and they have a RJ45...
A reason why IP cameras are gaining in popularity is because network infrastructures are constantly growing in size and capabilities as are internet speeds.  Just like uploading and downloading images or video to and from the internet, speed plays a crucial role in the quality of our experience.  The same goes for accessing stored data or live images from our computer’s network or...
An IP Camera (also known as Network Camera) is a stand-alone device that allows the user to capture, view and send live video footage over any IP network or the Internet using a standard web-browser. In most cases now, cell phones and other hand-held devices can view these live images in real-time.
How do I know if there is a security camera present? Well the truth is you do not.  If you can see them, there is a good chance they are there, but companies are now making cameras in varying forms to hide them out of sight, not to be devious but to protect the devices from tampering. I previously wrote in an article how cameras take different shapes and sizes, such as stones, mail...
These are some helpful hints for your MPcam security camera. Forgot your user name or password? Default User Name: Admin Default Camera Password: Blank, do not enter anything. If you have changed your user name or password and forgotten it, then the only way to access your device again will be to restore the camera to its original factory default settings. *Note: If you...
                  SSL A public-key encryption known as Secure Sockets Layer or (SSL). Originally developed by Netscape, SSL is an Internet security protocol used by Internet browsers and web servers to transmit sensitive information. Internet Browsers (Top 3 Most Popular)           How it works. It uses a small data file which digitally binds an cryptographic key to an...
Surveillance Security Cameras are vital components of security applications and effective installation and camera placement play major roles in their overall functionality. However, there are individuals who never seem to get the most from their surveillance security cameras. Whereas, some may blame the supplier for selling to them the wrong type of security camera or a portion puts the...
The definition of a pixel is as follows: In digital imaging, a pixel, or pel,[1] (picture element[2]) is a physical point in a raster image, or the smallest addressable element in a display device; so it is the smallest controllable element of a picture represented on the screen. The address of a pixel corresponds to its physical coordinates. LCD pixels are manufactured in a two-...
When Is Enough – Enough? Do you know that London England has the worlds most proliferate CCTV camera systems. England has always led that count with an estimated 4.2 million, but new studies suggest these numbers are much lower now at 1.85 million cameras.  We have calculated this to an average of one camera for every 41.6 people in living in London and its 32 surrounding boroughs at 7....
Cameras with an embedded OS communicated directly with the user, the images or video is sent directly from the camera to the person accessing the camera. A Network camera without an embedded OS must rely on a third party server or a separate piece of software, meaning the images/video is sent to the third party server, then the user access the image from the third party server.
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