Neewer® Plug & Play Pan & Tilt IP/Network Internet Camera Surveillance Camera w/ Two-Way Audio, Night Vision, Built-in Microphone with Cell Phone Remote Monitoring, Automatic camera triggering, Email Alert Snapshot, video recording, Baby / Pets Monitor for Home Security, Supports iPhone/iPad/3G phone/Android smartphone and Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/Windows7 OS Reviews

Neewer® Plug & Play Pan & Tilt IP/Network Internet Camera Surveillance Camera w/ Two-Way Audio, Night Vision, Built-in Microphone with Cell Phone Remote Monitoring, Automatic camera triggering, Email Alert Snapshot, video recording, Baby / Pets Monitor for Home Security, Supports iPhone/iPad/3G phone/Android smartphone and Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/Windows7 OS

Neewer®  Plug & Play Pan & Tilt IP/Network Internet Camera Surveillance Camera w/ Two-Way Audio, Night Vision, Built-in Microphone with Cell Phone Remote Monitoring, Automatic camera triggering, Email Alert Snapshot, video recording, Baby / Pets Monitor for Home Security, Supports iPhone/iPad/3G phone/Android smartphone and Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/Windows7 OS

  • Night visibility up to 15 to 20 meters
  • Vertical horizontal image setting. Wide horizontal and vertical rotation.
  • Send an email when unusual motion is detected.
  • Automatic camera triggering. Snapshots or video recording. One/Two way audio.
  • View and rotate from camera 1 to 9 through easy Internet connection. Support iPhone, iPad, 3G Phone and other smart phones.

ITEM: P2P IP CAMImage Sensor
Mage sensor: 1/4″ Color CMOS Sensor
Display: 640 x 480 (300K Pixels)
Lens: f:3.6mm, F:2.4 (IR Lens)
Mini.illumination: 0.5 LuxLens
Lens Type: Glass Lens
Viewing Angle: 60 DegreeAudio
Microphone: udio of two wayDomain name
Server: P2P serverVideo
Image Compression: M-JPEG
Image Frame Rate: 15 FPS(VGA),30FPS(QVGA)
Resolution: 640 x 480(VGA), 320 x 240(QVGA)
Flip Mirror Images: Rtical / Horizontal
mode: 50Hz, 60Hz or Outdoor
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List Price: $ 32.51

Price: $ 32.51

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