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  • Brand Name: ANBIUX
  • Type: IP Camera
  • Supported Operating Systems: windows xp
  • Supported Operating Systems: Windows 7
  • Supported Operating Systems: windows 8
  • Supported Operating Systems: windows 10
  • High Definition: 1080P(Full-HD)
  • Lens (mm): 3.6mm
  • Style: Dome Camera
  • Certification: CE
  • Connectivity: IP/Network Wireless
  • Origin: CN(Origin)
  • Installation: Side
  • Wall Bracket: Side
  • Power Consumption(W): Max 8W
  • Color: White
  • Minimum Illumination(Lux): 0.01 Lux
  • Sensor: CMOS
  • Megapixels: 2MP
  • Sensor Brand: SONY
  • Special Features: Waterproof / Weatherproof
  • Storage: 128G
  • Alarm Action: Email Photo
  • Alarm Action: Local Alarm
  • Video Compression Format: H.265
  • Power Supply: Normal
  • TF Card: 64G TF Card
  • IR Distance(m): 10-30M
  • is_customized: Yes
  • Power Supply(V): DC 12V2A
  • Model Number: Ai08
  • Viewing Angle : 85°
  • Technology: Pan Tilt Zoom
  • Dimensions (L x W x D)(mm): As photo shows
  • Supported Mobile Systems: Android
  • Supported Mobile Systems: ios
  • Network Interface: RJ-45 10/100Mb Ethernet Slot
  • Audio Output: 1CH BNC
  • 1080P Mini PTZ Camera: Color Night Vision Mini Wifi Camera
  • Night light pattern: 4 lights infrared / 4 lights warm light
  • Night vision: Auto switch to day night mode up to 5-25M
  • Night mode: Color Night Visioin/ IR Infrared Night Mode
  • Alarm Function: Ai Human Detection
  • DIY alarm mode: 3 Seconds custom voice
  • ONVIF: Support, work with NVR
  • Connection Modes: AP Mode / Wifi / Wired Connection
  • Humanoid detection: Cordon or Alert area
  • Cloud storage: Free 30-day cloud storage
  • Camera Shell: ABS(Waterproof/Weatherproof )
  • Working Temperature: -35° ~ 55°
  • App: iCsee
  • Style: Mini Wireless IP Camera
  • P2P Remote Access: Support / Multi-User View
  • Smart Playback: Select time to play
  • Power Adapter: DC12V2A (Included)


1.Main Features:

*HD 2MP/3MP Resoluton for option;
*Support true humanoid intelligent alert double light;
*Support black light full color, color night vision is clear;
*Three modes preview, black light full color infrared night vision double light warning;
*Support CMS computer client save and play in real time;
*Alarm mode custom setting: DIY custom setting alarm bell;
*Humanoid detection: mixing line, area, two-way flow detection, for human form, the item triggers no alarm;
* Customized new speakers with loud volume, 4w high power;
*PTZ: rotates 270 degrees left and right and rotates 90 degrees vertically;
*Dual Antenna 5DB transmits signals, high gain design, and the signal is bigger and stronger;
*H.265X new storage design, TF card storage is lower, more stable and more durable;
*Three matching connection modes: AP hotspot direct connection/wireless WiFi connection/bringing network port wired connection;
*Exclusive patented spherical heat treatment, with an average of 30 degrees, let the screen exposure heat dry and disappear;
*Free 30-day cloud storage, data security is more stable 1 times.

2.Package Contents

1080 No SD Card = 2MP Wifi Camera(No Include SD Card)
1080P Add 32G Card = 2MP Wifi Camera + 32GB SD Card
1080P Add 64G Card = 2MP Wifi Camera + 64GB SD Card
1080P Add 128G Card = 2MP Wifi Camera + 128GB SD Card
3MP No SD Card = 3MP Wifi Camera(No Include SD Card)
3MP Add 32G Card = 3MP Wifi Camera + 32GB SD Card
3MP Add 64G Card = 3MP Wifi Camera + 64GB SD Card
3MP Add 128G Card = 3MP Wifi Camera + 128GB SD Card


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IP66 Waterproof & Dustproof

The shell is made of high-grade plastic , which is waterproof, sun-proof and dust-proof. It is suitable for any environment.

4.0X Digital Zoom

This camera supports 4.0X Digital Zoom, Press and hold the screen with both hands to Zoom in/out and see more details.

PTZ Remote Control Anywhere

Camera head are rotatable with 270°pan and 90°tilt. You can control it via the app and get a sweeping view on every inch of your entire house.

Smart Dual Light Source

Built-in 4Pcs White LED and 4Pcs IR LED, Monitor moving objects, automatically illuminate. This is an impressive little weapon against crime.

1080P VS 3MP High Resolution

3MP image has more exquisite,better light saturation,lower noise and other advantages

Clear Two Way Audio

Camera is built with microphone and speaker. So you can talk to your kids via your Smartphone remotely whenever you want

Humanoid Detection

Support cordon & alert area custom detect setting, Mix line, area, two-way flow detection, for human form

Support AP Mode

If the device is not in direct connection (AP) mode, press the Reset button three times to enter the direct mode. Most device will voice” enter the direct connection mode”.

Flexible & Secure Storage Options

The camera supports up to 128GB TF card local backup and also provides cloud storage service(Need to pay extra cost)

P2P Remote Access

Thanks to the convenient P2P technology, now you can view the live footage whenever you want to, just log in the P2P account on the app via your Smartphone or tablet and start monitoring your house in no time.

Wireless/Wired Connection

According to your needs, you can choose wireless connection or network cable connection.

Product Details

High quality ABS plastic, designed for indoor / outdoor use.

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Specification: 1080P PTZ Wifi IP Camera Outdoor 4X Digital Zoom AI Human Detect Wireless Camera

Brand Name




Supported Operating Systems

windows 10

High Definition


Lens mm



Mini Wireless IP Camera




IP/Network Wireless





Wall Bracket


IR Distancem



IP Camera

Minimum IlluminationLux

0.01 Lux





Sensor Brand


Special Features

Waterproof, Weatherproof



Alarm Action

Local Alarm

Video Compression Format


Power Supply


TF Card

64G TF Card

Power ConsumptionW

Max 8W



Night mode

Color Night Visioin, IR Infrared Night Mode

Alarm Function

Ai Human Detection

Viewing Angle



Pan Tilt Zoom

Dimensions L x W x Dmm

As photo shows

Supported Mobile Systems


Network Interface

RJ-45 10/100Mb Ethernet Slot

Audio Output


1080P Mini PTZ Camera

Color Night Vision Mini Wifi Camera

Night light pattern

4 lights infrared, 4 lights warm light

Night vision

Auto switch to day night mode up to 5-25M

Power SupplyV

DC 12V2A

Model Number


DIY alarm mode

3 Seconds custom voice


Support, work with NVR

Connection Modes

AP Mode, Wifi, Wired Connection

Humanoid detection

Cordon or Alert area

Cloud storage

Free 30-day cloud storage

Camera Shell

ABS(Waterproof/Weatherproof )

Working Temperature

-35° ~ 55°



P2P Remote Access

Support, Multi-User View

Smart Playback

Select time to play

Power Adapter

DC12V2A (Included)

24 reviews for 1080P PTZ Wifi IP Camera Outdoor 4X Digital Zoom AI Human Detect Wireless Camera

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  1. DrekiTech

    I’ve had several Foscam cams (my entire house was done up with them) and from my testing so far this is by far the best camera Foscam has released to date. It is so loaded with features that it is almost overkill for my home setup, but now that I’ve got one I want to replace every one of my outdoor cams with it. I’ll be uploading some video samples shortly for you to see and decide though I recommend watching on YT instead of Amazon because AMZ compresses them a lot so the quality is lower.What I Like:-A huge range of Pan/tilt-Real OPTICAL zoom!-Autofocus-Starlight Sony sensor for excellent night time video-Long wireless range-Can record to micro SD (Foscam cloud isn’t required)-Video quality is overall greatWhat I Don’t Like:-It is BIG.Build quality: Upon opening the box it is immediately apparent that this camera means business. The entire thing is made of a tough metal and it is far heavier than I expected. The giant lens element screams quality. Everything is coated in a textured finish. The wireless antenna screws onto the top (or can be removed if you don’t need it). There is a waterproof housing for the Micro SD card located behind an alan key screw. The finish of the camera looks professional and is what I would expect from a camera that operates in a business or a the home of someone so paranoid about security they want the neighbors to know they have a cam. It’s not a subtle device AT ALL. This camera is way bigger than I expected it to be. It’s about the size of a mini watermelon.Set-up: Setting up the camera was as straightforward as previous Foscams I have used. The camera is tied to a QR code. With the camera connected by network cable, use the app to scan the QR code, then set up the details of the Wi-Fi network. Be sure to change the cameras admin password after setup too, otherwise you are potentially leaving your camera open for others to see it. A strong admin password prevents others from intercepting the stream. I’m not hugely fond of the web interface because it’s a bit clunky, but it does the job and has settings such as motion detection zones or scheduled recording. Me, I’m the kind of person who just throws a big (MLC) micro SD in the cam and if it captures anything important then I’ll go back through it. I haven’t tested the max size Micro SD this can support but I hope it is up to 256GB because I want to be able to capture a whole day on the card if need be.Note: Make sure to buy a micro SD that is meant specifically for security cam use. Sandisk Ultra cards will often break very quickly in these cams. Avoid them! Use something that is based on MLC storage technology, such as Transcend High Endurance, Lexar High Endurance, Adata Premier Pro, etc. If you need more space, go for a premium card. If you’re spending this kind of money on this cam, don’t compromise on a cheap SD card.Video quality (day): During the day, the colour and detail the camera captures is quite high. The camera autofocuses or can be manually focused. The manual focus can be fine tuned as needed but I just left it to auto for the most part because the auto focus is that good. The image quality is comparable to the best IP cams I’ve tested – true 1080p. During the day I was easily able to recognize faces with the zoom set close to my car and even farther back identifying features were visible. The camera pans and tilts to get the angle right. So far I’ve been incident free and nothing interesting has happened. :)Video quality (night): With the IR turned on, the world is illuminated like it is day. It’s pretty cool. Even under street lighting with the IR turned off it still does a decent job illuminating most things. I’m surprised how far it goes, but to be honest there’s some bushes across the street that it hits and lights up so I can’t tell exactly how far it goes. But it’s pretty great, and some of the best footage I’ve ever seen from an IP cam.Interface: I need to play around with the app and web interface more before I rate it. All the options are there but it’s a little bit confusing sometimes. I’ll get back to you more on this in a few days.Conclusion: Yep, this camera is pricey but if it is what you need it does not compromise. I have it pointed down at my car, which is parked on the street, and even at night it would be able to capture some details of faces. My landlords thought it was ugly at first but I think they’ve gotten used to the idea of having it pointed at their vehicles too. Overall I’m extremely happy with this one. Foscam has made a great piece of kit.

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  2. David Becker

    I have had this for a few days but I have been testing it quite extensively. Here is what I have discovered.Out of the box. I thought it was pretty strait forward to setup with the QR code on the camera, and the android App. I will say it is nice that the android app takes care of remote viewing. No need to port forward, it just works, BUT it is SOOO slow. You will want to use a 3rd party app to control and view your camera. Thankfully tinyCam Monito worked easily giving full control, and with a forwarded port it works everywhere.As far as the configuration, it does require you to install some software to view the video stream in a browser. Very annoying considering that some will want to configure their camera remotely and have to install that plugin on any computer they want to do this from. I found myself just remoting into my home computer and configuring it from there remotely.With foscam software you can record continuously to the SD card, or you can use foscams software to setup remote storage on a local PC or FTP. I like that I can also setup motion detection to email me pictures of the motion. Instant viewing with out live streaming constantly. I did have trouble setting this up with gmail though. I am not sure if it is possible but I had to use another email service to send the emails. Do a bit of research if this is important to you. I think the problem I had is that I authenticate my google account before logins, and foscam had no security in place to facilitate this.Overall this camera does exactly what I wanted. It is wireless it can monitor the front of my home, it can swivel around and check for packages at my door step, it can swing around and check the side yard. It is wireless, it is 1080. THe price is a big high in comparison to other cams, but it fit my needs almost exactly. No monthly cloud subscription if you don’t really need it, and if you do the price is quite affordable for almost anyone.Foscam.. improve your android app. It works decent, but it is SOOO sluggish when controlling the PTZ (Pan Tilt Zoom) remotely.COLD WEATHER UPDATE: I have now used this camera through -26 F weather. It functions in these temps however its ability to completely rotate gets limited. Facing forward I can rotate it just fine about 180 degrees. When it gets to the point where it is facing towards its mouts it gets very slow and sluggish / can’t rotate there. If you hold it will slowly move there but it goofs up preset positions. Overall I am happy with it. it still does what I need it to and -26F is crazy cold for any electronic to work outside without dedicated heating.

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  3. GI Joe

    8/24/2019 Update: I had some issues with the camera iris, but customer service was very friendly and and supportive in which they supplied me with a new camera. The camera takes a beating from the extreme weather conditions in Baja California Mexico. It still performance great. After having some issues and contacting Amazon tech with positive results and limited instructions, the vendor’s support was surprisingly very helpful and sent me pdf info which resulted in a good clear pictures and good zoom. It doesn’t have auto tracking. I the housing speaker was cracked and prontly given a replacement. I place the camera in Baja California Mexico and monitor it from San Diego with good quality picture. I highly recommend this vendor and the durability of the camera with quality pic and big enough speaker to listen clear surroundings.

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  4. Gary P.

    Good picture and zoom. Glitchy in cold weather. Seems to freeze up and stop responding often. Sometimes the pan will only travel part of the way and stop like that is the end of its range.Conclusion: Although the picture is very good and the night vision range is excellent, I’m not impressed with the cold weather performance of this unit and I think, unless the units performance was improved, I would not purchase another one.8-1-19Camera quit working last winter. Finally took it down and , after restarting it several times it started working again. Problem now is that it won’t tilt all the way up so that when zoomed in all the way, I can see what I need to see. This camera has a very good picture and the night vision is really good but the mechanical pan and tilt are not good. I would like to be able to recomend this camera to others but unfortunately I can’t. Might have gotten a lemon but since I’m not going to ever purchase another one , I guess I will never know. If the seller wanted to send me another one, I would send this one back.4/9/2021After reading my review, Alivision sent me a free replacement camera. Received it today. I am impressed with that gesture as it was totally unsolicited by me. I will put it up tomorrow and will update this review accordingly as I get a chance over time to test it. Especially interested how it performs in the cold Michigan winter. It’s possible that the first one was defective. We will see how this one performes as time progresses.4/25/2021New camera is working very well so far. Have had a few cold nights in the teens F° and the new camera is working good so far. I have included a few photo’s taken with it in daylight and night time. Will periodically update this review over the year. I have upgraded my review now from one ☆ to 4 ☆’s.9-16-2021Camera update. Have had the new camera in service since the replacement was sent out early this year. Now a problem has developed with the replacement camera. The long range infrared night vision has gone completely out after dark. The short range (zoomed out) still works but the zoomed in, IR illumination has failed. When I zoom in to look at my back yard, the picture just goes dark because the long range IR does not come on or work. In summary, this camera only lasted about 5 months before something on it failed. In this case, the long range infrared night vision. And it hasn’t even been through one winter of use since installed. So far, this constitutes 2 cameras that have failed in within a year of installation. This equals a 100% failure rate within a few months after installation, where my experience with this product is concerned. A camera as pricey as this should last longer then a few months before somthing fails! To be fair, the optics, color and clarity are very good however, in my opinion, that’s not enough to justify the expense when it only works at 100% for a few months before a failure of some function of the camera occures!Gary.

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  5. Joseph

    My review is based on the experience of using several IP cameras from different vendors over the past 4 years.Overall, the Wansview Q5 Cloud Camera performs very well and the initial setup / install is super easy and quick. With some of my other cameras, I sometimes spent hours (even days) in setting them up. I like the Q5 new form-factor which is nicer and much smaller than the previous Q3 camera. It feels well-built and I expect it to last for many years. The phone software can use some bells and whistles available from other competing IP cameras. That said, it is very intuitive and easy-to-use. In summary, I would recommend this camera because of its well-built hardware, functionalities, and price. Below are some more details:Pros:+ Setting up the first time is quick (5 min for both software and hardware) with their easy-to-follow instructions.+ Camera hardware is well-built, good-looking, and small in size which I like.+ The wide-angle lens is the best I’ve seen in terms of clarity and coverage.+ Crisp & clear images and videos – day and night (see images attached).+ Excellent audio & mic (considering the small-size factor), definitely better than that on their Q3 and K3 cameras, and other cameras I’ve owned.+ The Wansview cloud android phone app is easy to set up, easy to use and to configure.+ Upon detecting motions, the camera sends me alerts on my phone, and 10-sec video clips in the mobile app. This a new feature. Nicely done Wansview!Cons:- No audio-detection alert capability (only motion-detection).- Viewing saved images, they don’t auto-rotate along with the phone’s rotating to a horizontal orientation (from a vertical orientation)- It would be nice if the phone app’s white background can be manually set to a darker theme like black.- It would be nice if the multi-camera screen can be set to load as default upon logging in. Currently it requires an extra click.

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    I have plenty of IP cameras in my house. They are a combination of DLink, Wansview, Tenvis etc. I have to say my most durable ones are from Wansview. I’ve had some for as long as 2010! They simply give you the best bang for your buck. I hate to say it but the reason ALL of these IP cameras have a low rating is because of one thing. User error. I admit, I have an IT background and installing these are really easy for me. The new cloud feature couldn’t be more easier to install. Even my mom could do it, (sorry mom LOL). Just download the app, make an account, show the QR code that shows up on your app to the camera. Super easy.This new Q5 is my favorite along with my other Wansview cam (top photo). It is very compact (see bottom right photo). It also has a microUSB port for power (left pic). I hope this review has helped you.

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  7. KevCentral

    *Updated – see update at bottom*I bought this camera to use with Alexa as backup security. The camera initially worked. The picture quality certainly isn’t the HD quality it claims, but it did work…Did! I’ll get to that in a second….There are 2 major annoyances/issues I have with this camera. The first is that the required phone app to set it up and control it is very clunky. The pan feature works, but it’s not a crisp control. Very jerky and I never know if a quick movement will move the camera an inch, or if it will pan across half the room. There is also a horrendously log load screen to open the app. They cared more about a fancy (but useless) animation than getting to the video feed, so good luck if you hear a noise and want to quickly pull up the camera. The second problem is that it buffers a LOT. This causes issues when pairing it with Alexa. Regularly, Alexa can’t access the camera. Even when she can, the feed will drop after a few seconds. The buffering happens via the app too though initially not as bad. Even with a strong and fast internet connection that plays other video feeds fine this camera buffers more often than not. Making it basically worthless for displaying on fireTV. Today, after only 2 weeks of use, it now drops the connection regularly. Mysteriously, even though the app says it can’t connect to the camera, it can reboot it via the app. After reboot sometimes it will stream for a few seconds – usually it won’t. I took a risk on a cheap camera…and that’s exactly what I got. A cheap camera that doesn’t work a majority of the time.*Update* – read all this, because it’s important to know before buying!-Since my initial review there have been multiple firmware and software updates. The software still favors unnecessary loading screen animations that take too long, but the camera buffering has improved greatly. Which is good….however, today a neighbor called the police on a person going house to house looking in windows and trying to open doors. I instantly checked the SD card on this camera (which sits at my picture window looking outward) where I discovered the file structure is archaic. It writes four 10-12 second video files into individual folders – meaning lots and lots of folders to sift through. Difficult to search but still useable. The BIG PROBLEM is that between each folder’s contents is a 2 minute gap. So when looking for the window peeker I see this person leave my neighbors yard and walk into mine. Then, as they walk up to my window the 10 second file ends, and being the 4th file in the folder I have to move to the next folder – which picks up 2 mins later. I check all the folders and there is 2 minutes of no footage between them all. Worthless! Who would make a security camera that records 24/7, but has 2 minute gaps between every 40-45 seconds of recorded content? Crazy and super sad considering there have been improvements on most of my other initial complaints. A security camera that misses more content than it records though….that makes it useless to me!

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  8. Mitchell A. Brown

    I find this cameral well worth the cost. It is a quality device so far and works functionally as expected. I was a bit frustrated at first using the owners manual that came with this cam. Nothing in that manual was working, even their website to download the software wasn’t available. I would strongly recommend downloading the Software file from their Dropbox Site. I sent their support an email and they fixed the site and I was able to download the Zip File. In that is the Manual PDF file, definitely download and use it. Especially when you are trying to connect to the HiP2P software, the auto setup will not work, you need to do it manually in the settings and it will connect. For my Android I eventually used the CamHipro App. The one in the Original Manual, Xmeye, didn’t work and was very frustrating. I then used the Campro, and that was ok, but the CamHipro is much better and more settings and features. I also used the IP Camera software built into the cam. That works fine in Firefox, I would not recommend IE, and it wont work in Edge. I would recommend to go into your Router and Reserve the IP so it wont change every time the network goes down or the camera goes off. The motion alarm is very sensitive so adjust according to the area you have it. Mine is outdoors so winds and trees moving, headlights at night changing the light in the area the camera is set will set off alarms. Setting up the email alarm alert was a bit tricky but use your email as the sender, the receiver, the user ID and use the SMTP Server, Port, and Security settings for your email server. Once this has been setup, you’ll like it, and probably will add more cams if you need them. Amazon does have tech support available, but to get the download site fixed I contacted the vendor direct via email.

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  9. Alex

    The good:- at 40 bucks, it’s inexpensive pan/tilt ip camera- decent video quality- good night vision- two audio, audible alerts, and a surprisingly bright spot light- ONVIF compatible, so there are many software solutions that can be used to control, record and configure the camera- Even with wired ethernet, i’ve never gotten more than 15 FPS, averaging around 12-13 at about 3Mbps. Fine for a security cameraThe so-so- The vendor insists that you download a poorly translated Chinese app to your phone for configuration.- I only wanted the camera for recording stuff, not for telling people to get off my lawn. The default setting is to turn on a spot light when motion is detected, then after a period of time, it speaks stating that you are not welcome and to leave. Turning off this setting required me to make an account with this poorly translated app, which enables a menu to turn off this annoying setting. I tried several other software tools, but none of them would turn off the alarms expect for the app the vendor wanted.- The camera gets an ip address via DHCP, not sure if it supports static addressing or not.- The camera has a built in web server and control panel, however it is rubbish and does not work, not even a little- Don’t expect to be able to read license plates, it’s not that sharp- If your network isn’t up before the camera is powered up, it may not be discoverable on the network (but will get a DHCP address). i am not sure why. power cycling the camera resolves the issue.- Product documentation isn’t too great and consists of a few youtube videos- While the camera is outdoor rated, it is made of plastic with a number of openings on the unit, which may cause issues with water and rain. mine is fairly protected from the elements, but i am not sure how long it will last.i am currently using ispy and works fairly well with the camera, except turning off the alerts via ispy doesn’t work (see above). For android, onvifer works fairly well. The vendor recommended app is called icsee by huangwanshui.Update. Lasted almost a 1 year to date. Gets an ip address but no video feeds. You get what you pay for

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  10. Dave

    Update: After 3 months of use, i would not recommend these cameras at all. Changed to 1 star rating…1 of them has a problem with color and i can’t adjust/fix it. Another one went offline and hasn’t come back online for over 2 weeks… even though i can see it from another camera and i can see it’s IR light shining at night so i know it’s one. My other FOSCAM cameras are doing well, but these PTZ outdoor cameras are duds….Additional Update: After 6 months of usage, I now give this ZERO stars. The motion detection on these cameras are useless. They constantly record rain, yet i had a 2 hour period yesterday of contractors at my farm and it recorded ZERO… NOTHING….. luckily my other Foscam cameras did their job and recorded their movements, but these PTZ cameras are useless and nothing works right on them.Original post:I am a big fan of Foscam and have used them for years. I just installed 3 of these PTZ outdoor cameras and the picture quality is amazing as is the zoom (with1 caveat below). Unlike others, i have had very little problem with the app or connections.IMHO there are 3 big flaws and one watch out!1) Tilt – As advertised, it Pans (up/down) 85 degrees – what they don’t tell you is it’s from LEVEL down. This is a HUGE flaw as it means you can’t “look up”, this is especially a problem when you zoom in…. the more you zoom in, the less of anything you can see above the level (looking straight out) point. So for example, I have a long driveway and my camera is mounted at about 6 feet high… when i zoom in, i can’t see the end of the driveway as it goes off the top of the screen and i can’t zoom “up”. I was really surprised by this as their indoor PTZ cameras pan up to almost straight up.2) Sound – it says it has sound detection, however, it does not transmit sound… i found this odd as there is an RCA audio out cable if you do a hard wired installation.3) The indoor PTZ and other cameras have AI alerts – meaning it detects humans and only alerts on that. These cameras don’t have that, even with the cloud service. have the alert level set to the lowest level (sensitivity) and i’m getting false alerts constantly. Additionally, if you set to “do not disturb” the hours you can set are from 0000 to 2300 hours. So yep, you guessed it… from 11pm to midnight i get a ton of alerts… very annoying. Matter of fact it’s raining at my farm right now and i’ve gotten 17 alerts while typing this!Watch Out: As I said, I’ve had Foscam cameras for years and have updated the firmware at least 50 times across all my cameras and never had a problem. The installation i just did was 8 cameras at my farm 300 miles away. I got home and saw there was a firmware update avail…. did the first one and no problem… did the second one and the camera never came back online. Lesson learned – don’t do a remote firmware upgrade… i’m sure a power cycle will fix this, but i’ve got to drive 300 miles to do that!Having said all that, i’m still very happy with these cameras and feel like my property is much more protected. The cloud recording is great and the quality is extremely good. Also, being able to easily share the cameras via the app with family members has been a real bonus.

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  11. Harrison9299

    I purchased 3 of these units. I have only installed one so far in the front of my home. It pans left, right, up and down smoothly. I set the lights on it to 30 seconds so that when the alarm is triggered, the lights come on and remain on only for 30 seconds. There are 4 lights and they are bright. I am monitoring on my computer, tablet and phone. It works seamlessly with my Synology Diskstation Surveillance. I had been looking for compatible cameras for a long time that were not super expensive and these sturdy, well-built units definitely do the trick. I am looking forward to setting up my remaining 2 cameras today. Also, the power requires an outlet. It doesn’t use a usb. The power cable is somewhere around 10 feet in length I guess. Could be more. It is simply a good camera!I’m adding to my review on this day, 6/16/20:I have now received another one of these fantastic cameras yesterday and set it up this morning. That’s 4 new cameras added to my existing 2. Again, it work flawlessly with my Synology Surveillance Station. Here you see a screen capture showing my new cameras in operation. Out Front, Ramp, Front Door and Out Back are the new cameras. I highly recommend them. Remember, they do require a power outlet but the power cord is a good 10! or more in length. Enjoy!I am adding to my review on this day, 1/12/21. I now have 6 of these cameras and couldn’t be happier. They work with my Synology Diskstation and also my phone. They do all I need them to do and more. I highly recommend these cameras.I am adding to my review on this day, 8/3/21. I purchased another one of these cameras a couple of days ago. Works like a charm. It just so happened that the day after I purchased it, one of my other cameras had some problems probably due to extreme heat from the its location so near to an awning in which the temperature could hot enough to cook an egg. I contacted Besdersec via email. No questions asked. They are sending me out a new one to replace it. Why would I not continue to work with this company? They tick all of the boxes and have they have me as a satisfied customer. What more can I add to that?

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  12. Jon

    Your browser does not support HTML5 video.  Overall I am very happy with this camera. I posted a very lengthy review of the 20x model which I also have, and there is a lot of overlap between the two. Really the only difference is the camera itself, where the 20x is overall a higher quality, but the 4x is physically smaller and has a wider field of view when zoomed out which I like and makes it more appropriate for applications where I don’t need to zoom into Venus. I will just copy and paste all the relevant parts here for the 4x model:I ordered both the Yoluke 20x and 4x PTZ cameras to put on my home after a very long and exhausting search for security cameras, and after a couple months with each I have been very happy although with a few minor quibbles.Bottom line is if you have a way to power these (if you don’t absolutely require a wireless option), then I cannot recommend these cameras enough! Prior to this I had tried the Reolink brand wireless camera that I had very high hopes for, but I ended up returning it because it was very disappointing and unable to meet my needs on a number of points (very short range motion pickup, often wouldn’t pickup motion at all, no constant record, short range night vision).First off the image clarity is very good, and the auto focus optical zoom works well, the attached file doesn’t really do it justice as the video was recorded only in standard definition, so not the best quality the camera is capable of, and this was a recording of me streaming the video with bad internet which affected the quality as well. The night vision is excellent and relatively long range compared to the Reolink I tried, but overall its Yoluke 20x zoom big brother does seem to have a better camera to me in all these areas. One thing I like more about the 4x model is when zoomed out, the camera is somewhat wide angle giving a relatively large field of view compared to the 20x, which makes it great for covering a static position like a front porch or back patio. The 4x model is also physically much smaller and less noticeable.Everything else so far seems to me to be identical to the 20x model and the following is straight up copied from my review of that:Motion sensitivity is very good and decently ranged, and has a decently sized continuum for adjustment. The “humanoid” mode is alright, it helps prevent a lot of false alarms from blowing branches and zooming birds and such, but also prevents pickup of vehicles and it does still pickup occasionally on wildlife as well as my chickens (especially my rooster, who walks like a little person!); but that is not all bad because I like to see what’s creeping around my house besides nefarious humans. There is a neat feature where it puts a yellow box around a detected humanoid form, but I ended up disabling the feature as I could see how it might potentially obscure the face of a person enough to hinder identification by the authorities.With a 128 gb micro SD card (purchased separately) it has tons of space, it seems to be enough to store 2-3 weeks of constant record video on the highest quality setting, and it seems to just automatically overwrite the oldest previously recorded data which is great. The audio out (when I talk to someone through the camera by using the phone app) is surprisingly loud and with good-enough clarity, which was not what I was expecting and a nice surprise. The audio-in (someone talking to me through the camera) is somewhat variable, and seems to greatly depend on the orientation of the microphone-pickup. Sometimes I can hear conversation clearly from 30 yards away and sometimes it is indiscernible from only 10 yards depending on the relative orientation of the camera, but so far has been plenty good for my purposes.Customer service is fantastic! After a couple weeks the motor inside the 4x camera must have broke as I could no longer pivot the ball turret. I reached out to customer support and “Joanna” (she seems to be everywhere all the time) got back to me very promptly and with pretty good English. Within a very short time of describing the problem as best as I could, she said she “consulted the engineers” and they suspected it was a hardware issue, and they express shipped me a new camera out ASAP which I have had no issues with since. They didn’t even need to wait for me to send in the old broken one first. I know it is a different model than this one being reviewed, but it is the same company so there you go. They definitely standby their product which is refreshing in my experience when dealing with overseas manufacturers. I was a very happy customer!The Camhi Pro app that is used to operate the camera is a little wonky, but very workable with my Android based phone. Again the Chinese-to-English translations aren’t perfect, and controlling the camera especially on high zoom can be a little ungainly and takes a little practice. But once you get the hang of it, it works well enough. The functionality allows you to adjust motion sensitivity, adjust picture settings, set preset locations, and set a cruiser mode where the camera continuously pans between preset locations, along with other more advanced settings giving you a great amount of control. I have not installed the PC software although I suspect it works a little better than swiping on the phone touch screen. I can stream live video to my phone from anywhere, and as long as I am connected to my home wifi I can stream in the full HD setting without any issues. But because my home internet is really poor with a bandwidth between 2-6 mbps (most people living in the country can relate), streaming while away from home requires excellent broadband to compensate, and if all I have is 4G mobile data then I can only really stream on the standard definition setting, and even then it can be a little choppy. However no matter how I stream video, it is constantly recording on the maximum HD setting for later review.Setup was fairly easy although a bit more involved than the completely wireless Reolink brand model I had tried earlier. For power, I had located my cameras near to exterior outlets around my home using the provided screws to drill them right into the wooden eves. I will say the screws provided are a very soft metal, so be careful as they seem to strip out very easily. I then tacked up extension cords that matched my home’s color to underneath the eaves and running down behind the gutter drains to maintain a nice clean look. Theoretically a criminal could spot them and just unplug the cameras, but at that point they would have given me an alert to my phone as well as have been recorded on the cameras up to that point for later use in a criminal case. I just tied and tacked up the unused Ethernet cord and security system cord out of the way since I was using the wifi function instead. I had no issues connecting the cameras to my wifi and performing the initial setup, the instructions were fairly simple and sufficient. The wifi range is good, one camera about 20 yards away and through several walls is connected to the main wifi with a strong connective signal, and another one on the opposite corner of my home is connected via a range extender in the garage that I already had, and I have had no issues with that. My biggest worry when ordering these was if my slow internet connection would be enough to function, which has proven to not be much of an issue at all.All in all, I am very happy with the cameras for the price. The longevity is still in question especially after having the one that broke on me, but assuming they work for many years to come I can fully recommend this camera to anyone looking for a great Pivot-Tilt-Zoom model.But I will add one caveat that most people probably don’t care about:Call me paranoid, but I assume for various reasons that these cameras are “hacked” by the Chinese government (as well as the devices such as phones and computers connected to them), allowing them to drop in for a look and listen whenever they like. I already treat my phone as compromised due to all of the litany of absurd permissions given to an abundance of apps, so it doesn’t bother me much if any big brothers out there want to see my yard and listen to me mow the lawn in addition to that. But it might be something that some people consider if they live or work in a sensitive area.

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  13. Lisa

    I have not owned these cameras for very long but so far, they have been functioning very well. The picture quality is great, but you do lose some details when you zoom in. The microphone feature is nice to have, and the vocal clarity is great. I am currently trying a new location for one of the cameras, as I have decided to face it out the front window, but I can remotely move the field of vision back inside the house if desired.

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  14. Ali

    It’s extremely easy to set up, and the picture quality is amazing. The sound quality is not as good but it’s not terrible. You can have it alert your phone whenever it hears something, senses motion, or sees somebody appearing. I got it to alert me to when my dog barks when I’m not home, and then I use the speaker on it to scold her. It’s worked and she hardly barks anymore when I’m away.The only reason I gave it 4/5 stars is that it only records 15 seconds at a time, and only when it sees motion etc. You have to pay a yearly subscription in order to have it constantly saving on a loop. But for the price of the camera itself that’s honestly not too bad!

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  15. Steven Mather

    I have a decent home setup and this made the final piece. I have 5 4K 8MP bullet cams covering the house and yard, but I wanted an Auto Tracking PTZ camera at the front of the house on the peak for both deterrence, two way audio, and an alarm very visible and above the front door/foyer. My bullet cams are high end with two way audio, alarm, and spotlights, but they are strategically placed around to cover entire residence without having any audio at the front door. I’ve been through 5 different PTZ cameras from $59 to $459 and settled on this. I’ll give you the pros and cons and some tips on setting up auto tracking.(NOTE: The Company also sells a 20X that tech support encourages you to purchase. While it’s only $100 more residences rarely need that level of magnification)Pros:• Cost, for $140 to get a solidly built, PTZ, two way audio, and alarm that supports auto tracking is hard to beat.• Integrate with Blue Iris 5 seamlessly• Ethernet connectivity is great, but not POE• I don’t use the WiFi option, but it gets a good signal• Metal housing, not plastic• Once figured out, Auto tracking stays on even if power goes out then comes back on• Great picture, noticeably better than the 1080p one I tried that costs over $400• Good speed and tracks well. The cheaper ones I checked out couldn’t keep up with someone walking at a normal gait• Tech support is quick to respond, but there’s a con belowCons:• Must use IE if configuring through IP address• Can’t separate the alarm schedule from the motion and tracking schedule (means any alarm will go off all day)• No auto zoom• Hard to figure out how to setup auto tracking• Tech support only answers emails on China time, and it’s obvious language is an issue when explaining things• Not POE so you must have an outlet or wiring for the DC adapter (not really the same as POE injector)• Software is limited and while it has presets none of them have any built in functionality• Half Duplex with 2 way audio, not full

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  16. Miss Lurker

    I bought two of these to use in my townhouse, not for inside but for outside but placed on the inside. Being able to turn the night vision off was a must. These cameras do exactly what I need them to do, I love them!——————————————————————————————————————UPDATE: after a month of cloud service that I had turned off ON DAY ONE, it now says my cloud service has expired! I thought so what, I turned it off but no. I now can only view live footage for 5 minutes at a time before having to click continue which needs to reload now. What makes me extra mad is, I got a pop up asking me for a rating JUST BEFORE it expired. I gave it a 5 star rating like I did here then immediately my cloud service expired and I found out what that meant. Shady people, just shady and WRONG.

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  17. Roger Unruh

    Unless your familiar with these types of camera’s, don’t bother. I have never seen such bad instructions as you get with this camera. And the supplier that is your contact, gives you the same thing. No instructions, just some pictures with a few words written on them.I’m packing it all up and sending back to Amazon!Without good instructions, this $200 camera is worthless to me!You get a Manuel but it just has specs and the same marketing material you see on this page!The build quality does seem quit good. That’s all I can say since I don’t have anything else to go by.One more thing, you get maybe a 20 second video instructional disk that comes with it.Good luck on that as well!Update:Well, I have to admit it wasn’t that bad to figure this thing out, after trying a few things hit and miss, I finally got it to working.No thanks to the instructions that came with it that’s for sure.I couldn’t get the wireless to work, which I wanted, until I hooked up the lan. Got it to turn on with the lan, so I unhooked the lan and then the wireless started to work. Haven’t installed yet, so we shall see!Still I am disappointed with the instructions because it starts and ends in the middle which to me makes it very confusing to say the least!

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  18. Robert (verified owner)

    The product is firmly packed.

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  19. Hayden (verified owner)

    Highly recommend this.

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  20. Samuel (verified owner)

    Good product.

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  21. Ryder (verified owner)

    Good service.

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  22. Isaac (verified owner)

    Highly recommend this.

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  23. Avery (verified owner)

    Good quality.

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  24. Camden (verified owner)

    Good quality.

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