Indoor Wireless HD IP Camera with Pan, Tilt and Night Vision, Black

Indoor Wireless HD IP Camera with Pan, Tilt and Night Vision, Black

Enjoy Remote Monitoring, Recording and Control from a PC, Smartphone or Tablet
  • HD 720p (1280 x 720) display resolution
  • H.264 compression for smoother video and smaller files
  • Wireless B/G/N compatible
  • IR-Cut filter for true color video and images
  • Indoor pan/tilt wireless IP camera
  • Two-way audio monitoring
  • 300 degree pan, 120 degree tilt
  • IR lights for night vision up to 8 meters via auto IR-LED illumination



List Price: $99.99

Your Savings: $50.01

REWARDS: 49 points
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  • What's Included
  • The 1.0 Megapixel Indoor Wireless IP Camera features high definition (HD) 1280 x 720p video resolution, h.264 video compression, built-in DVR via SD card (up to 32gb), two-way audio, Wi-Fi capability, pan/tilt, remote internet viewing, motion detection, night-vision as well as network video recording capability. In addition, it is smartphone compatible (iPhone, Android - app required) and viewable over the Internet using standard browsers on a PC (Firefox, IE & Chrome) or Mac (Safari only). With remote Internet monitoring ability, this HD IP camera functions well as a home or office security device, as a baby, pet or elderly parent monitor.

    The Indoor Wireless IP Camera uses a high performance media processor and a high speed video protocol processor making it capable of H.264 video compression for extremely smooth video transmission, increased FPS and minimal bandwidth consumption. In addition, due to the small file sizes produced by H.264 video compression, it has the ability to save tremendous hard drive space when doing video recording.

    Other Standard Features
    • IR lights can be turned off manually from the software
    • Audio quality is improved; there will be no noise when speaking into the camera
    • WPA2, WEP & WPA encryption
    • Network and power indicator lights on the back of the camera
    • Remote viewing & recording (VGA resolution only) over LAN or the internet through PC and mobile devices (
    • Simple to setup with a friendly graphical interface
    • Infrared (IR) motion detection (with email notification and image upload via FTP)
    • Multi-user access with password protection
    • Supports the IE browser, Firefox as well as most other standard browsers including the standard Safari browser on the iPhone
    • Wi-Fi compliant with wireless standards IEEE 802.11b/g/n networks; wired connection is also available
    • Supports Dynamic IP Addresses such as through
    • Has multi-level user management system with password protection

    New Features
    • Supports onvif
    • Added scheduled snap shot to FTP; record a snapshot to FTP server at a specific time
    • Supports storing video to FTP server, not just pictures
    • Supports scheduled storing video to SD card (e.g. record 9pmthru 4am daily to the SD card automatically)
    • Forced to change password when use default account of admin to log in; great security feature
    • Added alarm on PC; just beeps the browser when the camera sees motion
    • Added password confirmation and indication of password security level when adding a new account
    • Supports cruise - the camera can cruise by the setup paths; when using this feature set Pan/Tilt speed to "Very Slow"
    • Added SD card management feature; you can delete, copy, etc. all the videos stored on the SD card on the camera
    • Supports pre-record - there is a little buffer to store approximately 5 second worth of recordings, which enables the camera to capture the motion sensor recordings more precisely; helps to avoid annoying blank alarm video recordings

    • Additional Features Unique to this Camera
    • Timer for Night/Day Mode Switch - set a schedule for IR Cut filter to urn on/off at specific times rather than due to ambient light
    • Defined default port is 34100 - this improves security
    • Default Pan-Tilt Speed set to "Fast" from "Normal" - increases reaction time of camera
  • Image Sensor
    Image Sensor High Definition Color CMOS Sensor
    Display Resoltuion 1280x720 pixels
    Lens f: 2.8mm
    Minimum illumination 0.5 Lux
    Lens Type Glass Lens
    IR CUT Filter will change automatically
    Image Compression H.264
    Resolution 720p (1280x720), VGA (640x480)
    Flip / Mirror Images Vertical / Horizontal
    Light Frequency 50Hz, 60Hz
    Video Parameters Brightness, Contrast
    Input Built-in Microphone
    Output Built-in speaker with audio output jack
    Audio Compression H.264
    Ethernet 1x - 10/100Mbps RJ-45 jack
    Supported protocol HTTP, FTP, TCP/IP, UDP, SMTP, DHCP, PPPoE, DDNS, UPnP, GP, RS
    Wireless Standard IEEE 802.11 b/g/n/
    Data Rate
    • 802.11b: 11Mbps (maximum)
    • 802.11g: 54Mbps (maximum)
    • 802.11n: 150Mbps (maximum)
    Wireless Security WEP, WPA, and WPA2 encryption
    Infrared (Night Vision)
    Infrared Light 11 IR LEDs, night visibility up to 8 meters
    Dimensions 110mm (L) x 100mm (w) x 108mm (T)
    Weight Specification
    Power Supply DC 5V/2.0A
    Power Consumption 5 Watts (maximum)
    PC Requirements
    Operating Temperature 0° C ~ 55° C (32° F ~ 131° F)
    Operating Humidity 20% ~ 85% non-condensing
    Storage Temperature -10° C ~ 60° C (14° F ~ 140° F)
    Storage Humidity 0% ~ 90% non-condensing
    PC Requirements
    CPU 2.0 GHz or above
    Memory Size 256MB or above
    Display Card 64M or above
    Supported OS Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/Vista/Windows7-32 bit/Windows7-64 bit/Windows8-32 bit/Windows8-64 bit/Mac
    Browser IE 6.0, IE 7.0, IE 8.0, IE 9.0, Firefox 2.0, Firefox 3.0, Google Chrome, Safari, or other standard browsers
    Electrical, Wireless CE, FCC

  • 5 Reviews

    Review of 75799bk Review by BYRON
    Review of 75799bk

    Great camera for the price, however not compatible with Insteon system.

    Posted on 3/4/2014

    Review of 75799bk Review by MICHAEL
    Review of 75799bk

    Works as advertised. I'm pleased with the product but it needs much more and better quality documentation.

    Posted on 2/21/2014

    Review of 75799bk Review by Jeff
    Review of 75799bk

    Email me I can help... I have several of these. They work extremely well and there cheep..

    Posted on 2/11/2014

    Review of 75799bk Review by Duane
    Review of 75799bk

    Just finished installing the Camera. I few set backs until I found the manual on the CD. Installed from a Windows box and loaded the plugins to get the Video screen in a browser. I tried it from My Wife's MACbook and installed the plugins the same way on Chrome and Firefox. No luck, I cannot see the Video? Has anyone got this camera to work with MAC OS?

    Posted on 2/3/2014

    Review of 75799bk Review by KeeterJ
    Review of 75799bk

    I really like and recommend this webcam.

    I own 11 webcams and 5 of them came from Smarthome. I was somewhat disappointed by the overall quality and features of the older Smarthome 75790, so I tried some others. I bought one of these Smarthome 75799’s a rebranded Foscam FI9818W last week and so far I’m very happy with it. It has a more polished feel to the firmware and a better feature set. Also, it uses H.264 for video, which I prefer over the older Motion JPEG. Video quality it not superb but it’s acceptable. I really appreciate the 720P image size, too. Yes, it’s 1280x720 but don’t expect it to look as sharp as your Pioneer Kuro TV or your Nikon camera.

    The Wi-Fi performance seems very good, but after testing I switched mine to Ethernet.

    The alarm functions work well, and you can designate areas of the image to ignore when detecting motion. I’m using mine with both periodic scheduled recordings and snapshots, as well as alarm triggered recordings and snapshots. So far it has all worked really well.

    I’m using it to send both snapshots and videos to an FTP server on a PC. I installed a MicroSD cartridge in the camera and did some test recordings to that. It worked okay, but I found the interactive web interface a bit awkward to play recorded videos or look at snapshots that are stored on the camera, so I went back to my FTP push method. If you use a MicroSD card, the camera is accessible via FTP, but it’s on port 50021 and not all FTP clients can access it Note: IE 11 can access it using an FTP: URL, but Chrome failed. If you fiddle around a bit you can figure out the URL syntax to access the FTP server.

    The HTTP Web port defaults to 34100 but I changed mine to 80. You can also access by HTTPS. Also, it supports ONVIF on port 888, which is an upcoming standard for generic detection and management of network devices. I’m hoping that future webcam monitor client programs will be able to use that and automatically connect to the cameras, even if you have a mixed list of vendors.

    Getting the ActiveX components to install in IE11 was confusing but I got it to work. Hint: you have to tell IE 11 to relax the security long enough to do the install. It was easier to set up Chrome. Both browsers work fine for accessing the webcam. There are also options for simpler iOS and Android screens.

    I often access webcams using my own HTML and bypassing the internal web server user screens. I wish they would publish better docs for this. After some fiddling I found I can get a current snapshot using HTTP /cgi-bin/CGIProxy.fcgiusr with user= and pwd= and cmd=snapPicture parameters sorry, had to mung that up to save here; URL's are not allowed

    If you use your webcam in a security monitoring mode, consider that a thief might steal your camera. If all you recording are on the camera, it will be for naught. Consider using FTP to send to a remote server for safekeeping.

    Sorry, I had to mung up my URL examples to get thi

    Posted on 1/28/2014

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    • 1x - Wireless IP Camera
    • 1x - Wi-Fi Antenna
    • 1x - Owner's Manual
    • 1x - Installation CD
    • 1x - Mounting Bracket
    • 1x - Network Cable
    • 1x - DC Power Supply 5V

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