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- What's Included
Crystal clear video is only one of the benefits to HD. Colors are more vibrant, detail is more crisp - you even get 16:9 widescreen video.
Enclosure allows no ingress of dust and complete protection against dust tight and against harmful ingress of rain and snow.
Now your cat isn't the only one who can see in the dark. Insteon WiFi Cameras feature a ring of darkness-illuminating infrared LEDs.
Whatever your home or business surveillance need, there's an Insteon WiFi camera to fit the bill, indoors or out.
The 614,400 pixel difference that you can see.
Life is in the details; so why then use a camera that can't see them? With Insteon HD WiFi Cameras, your home comes alive with detail. Colors are vibrant. Textures are rich. Capturing video at a brilliant 1280 x 720, the HD video sensor in our HD Cameras sees 3x as many pixels as standard definition Cameras. Fancy specs are one thing. In this case, a picture really is worth 1000 words.
Experience the power of infrared.
The Insteon HD Camera capture beautiful images during the day. But come nightfall, it's your camera's IR LEDs that really get to shine. In pitch black, you will be able to see up to 26ft indoors and up to 66ft outdoors, so you won't have to leave a light on just to keep an eye on the house.
HD Speed Test
With high-definition video that is 3x sharper than standard-definition, you should take a moment to ensure that your internet connection is fast enough to handle the increased video size. We recommend 0.5Mbps upload for each camera you wish to view from outside your home. We also recommend you run the test from your mobile device on your cell network and any WiFi networks that you plan to use to view your HD camera. Those networks should provide at least 0.5Mbps download speed.
General Manufacturer Insteon Manufacturer Product No. 2864-232 UPC 813922014198 Warranty 90 Days, Limited Camera Image Sensor 1/4" Color CMOS Sensor Display Resolution 1280 x 720 Minimum Illumination 0 Lux (With IR Illuminator) Infrared Illumination With 1 Infrared Lamp Array, Night Vision Range up to 66 feet Audio Input Built-in and external Audio Output Built-in and external Video Compression MJPEG, H.264 Frame Rate
- 25 FPS（VGA)
- 23 FPS（720P)
Video Flip & Mirror
Ethernet 10/100 RJ-45 Wi-Fi
Supported Browsers Refer to this article Mechanical Dimensions 4.3" L x 4.1" W x 5.0" H (110MM L x 103MM W x 127MM H) Enclosure Material Aluminum Operating Environment Indoors & Outdoors Operating Temperature Range --4~140° F (-20~60° C) Operating Humidity Range 10% ~ 80% non-condensing Storage Temperature Range -4~140° F (-20~60° C) Weight 13.4 oz (380 g) Electrical Supply Voltage 100V-240 VAC Power 12VDC 1A
- Basic Camera with Good Picture Review by Ed
Basic Camera with Good Picture
So, as a camera, it gets the job done. Good picture. Not much more. Adding to the hub allows it to appear in app and not much more. If you log in, there is the ability to record using ftp, which is cumbersome and doesn't work too well. If you want motion sensing, not in the outdoor camera. Be prepared to buy third party software if you want the "smart" part, as this is, in the end, a dumb camera
Posted on 11/7/2016
- Works, but almost unusable - get the SD model Review by Mike
Works, but almost unusable - get the SD model
I've had mine up and running for a few months now. I also own 2 of the SD Insteon cameras. My review is basically that it works and the video quality is good, but from a practical PoV I find it almost unusable vs the SD camera for 2 reasons:
1. The motion detection, even on the least sensitive setting, is too sensitive and will pick-up any changes in lighting as motion, especially near dusk/dawn and at night. This means either I suffer 100s of false-positive motion alerts per day or disable the motion detection by schedule for all but peak daylight hours. This pretty much defeats the purpose of having the camera. Btw the SD camera suffers from this, too, except it generates maybe 5 false-positive alerts per day versus 100s for the HD camera.
2. As near as I can tell it's designed for the Insteon Hub not not standalone, whereas the SD version works fine standalone. I don't have an Insteon Hub so I don't know how well it integrates, but w/o one it requires Windows to configure because it uses Active X plug-ins for Internet Explorer. Hello? The 90's called and want their software back! Active X plug-ins, seriously? I don't run Windows so I had to get VMWare Player and an old copy of XP just to run Internet Explorer to configure the camera, but I still cannot view the live video anywhere else. I can get the 100s of false-positive alert snapshots via e-mail just fine, but that's it.
Posted on 11/6/2016
- no recording Review by Joseph
wish it had motion detection or record capabe
Posted on 10/15/2016
- Instructions for weather-proof electrical box is lacking. Review by KBecker
Instructions for weather-proof electrical box is lacking.
The owners manual has this text, "Affix the camera with the final set screw. Encase the camera cables in a weather-proof electrical box.".
The one cable coming out of the back of the camera splits out into five cables, one of which is a wide cat5 port. It's not at all clear how to get these cables through a round weather-proof connector so they can be placed into the box. Please update your instructions to explain what needs to be purchased for this.
Posted on 7/28/2016
- Improved model Review by skywatcher
I've had a couple of the older models of this camera operating for 2 years, and recently got 2 of these. It is definitely improved. The night vision is much better, and the firmware more capable and more reliable. The iOS app works well; the only area needing improvement is the Mac web plugin, which is still rather flaky.
I also wish there was a color choice -- the white camera stands out like a sore thumb on my dark house.
As other reviewers have noted, the pigtail is still there and bulky, but I just house that in a watertight box, and feed in power. I use wifi which works OK, but you need a good signal (I had to extend my wifi network). It seemed a lot better when testing on ethernet, but getting a cable to the final location was too much work.
I wonder how it differs from the identical-looking (and much cheaper) Foscam 9803.
Posted on 7/19/2016
- No built-in microphone Review by Kevin
No built-in microphone
Unlike the indoor camera, this camera does not have a built-in microphone. The website and the manual don't mention this. Regarding an external microphone, the manual's only information is that the yellow cable is where you would plug one into it. Nothing else. I figured out that you need a stereo microphone (i.e., one that has three contacts; left channel, right channel, and ground).
Posted on 6/25/2016
- cat 6 Review by Raif
does it needs cat 6 cable or power supply cable??
Posted on 4/3/2016
- Find another brand Review by David
Find another brand
I bought two outdoor cameras Nov of 2014. One failed befo.re 90 day warranty was up and Insteon replaced it. Now a month over a year later, both are dead. One, the camera is bad and the other, the powersupply is bad. i swapped the powersupplies and at least have one working camera now. But I'll be looking for something else to replace them.
Posted on 12/12/2015
- Great camera for the money Review by LP
Great camera for the money
I have purchased 5 for these cameras at home and at work and have had very few issues. They are easy to set up and the wireless seems very reliable with a medium to strong signal. One of the installations is connected to a Synology server that provides excellent review capability if there has been some type of an event at the location, triggered by the motion sensor. The image clarity and low light sensitivity is very good. The only negative is that it is a little larger than other similar cameras.
Posted on 5/31/2015
- Great video quality, poor connections Review by DAVESLC
Great video quality, poor connections
I bought three of these cameras for the outside of the house. The video quality is very good, though I did have a problem with one camera when the IR lights were on the video became very garbled...I did some back & forth with tech support and finally just bought another one which works fine. My biggest complaint about these cameras is the connectors they use are not intended for outdoor use and the Ethernet receptacle is bulky so it does not fit into, say a 1/2" j-box. I ended up cutting all of the connectors off and rewiring inside a junction box near the camera (be warned, the Ethernet connector uses mostly, but not all standard Cat5/6 colors), leaving off the reset button and audio connectors.
Posted on 5/25/2015
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