- Dimensiones del producto: 18 x 9,8 x 10,3 cm ; 953 g
- Pilas 1 Iones de litio (Tipo de pila necesaria)
- Número de modelo del producto: FI8905W
- ASIN: B003YUEF0E
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 25 de octubre de 2012
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº577.039 en Electrónica (Ver el Top 100 en Electrónica)
Foscam FI8905W - Cámara de vigilancia de tipo bala (IP, 640 x 480 Pixeles), blanco
- Haz clic aquí para comprobar si este product es compatible con tu modelo
- CÃ¡mara IP inalÃ¡mbrica al aire libre
- Estuche impermeable
- 30 Medidor de visiÃ³n nocturna
- 22deg Ãngulo de visiÃ³n
- Caso PÃºrpura
Hay un nuevo modelo de este producto:
Los clientes que compraron este producto también compraron
Detalles del producto
¿Quieres informarnos sobre un precio más bajo?
Descripción del producto
Algoritmos de seguridad soportados: WEP, WPA, WPA2
Altura: 20 cm
Ancho: 12 cm
Certificación: CE, FCC
Colocación soportada: Exterior
Color del producto: Plata
Contro PTZ (Paneo/Tilteo/Zoom): No
Detección de movimiento en video: Si
Disco duro incorporado: No
Distancia de visión nocturna: 30m
Energía sobre Ethernet (PoE), soporte: No
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) cantidad de puertos: 1
Formatos de vídeo compatibles: M-JPEG
Formatos gráficos soportados: 320 x 288 (QVGA), 640 x 480 (VGA)
Frecuencia de entrada AC: 50/60 Hz
Funciones de protección: Resistente al agua
Iluminación mínima: 0,5 Lux
Máxima resolución: 640 x 480 Pixeles
Procesador mínimo: 2.0GHZ
Profundidad: 25 cm
RAM mínima: 256 MB
Tamaño del sensor óptico: 1/0,157 mm (1/4")
Tecnología de cableado: 10/100Base-T(X)
Tecnología de conectividad: Inalámbrico
Tipo de sensor: CMOS
Velocidad de cuadro: 30 fps
Visión nocturna: Si
Wi-Fi estándars: 802.11b, 802.11g
Wi-Fi velocidad de transferencia de datos (max): 54 Mbit/s
Opiniones de clientes
Opiniones de clientes más útiles en Amazon.com
- You can't beat the price. FI8905W is a surveillance camera with a lot features. It comes with an aluminum case and mount and it seems well built and durable. I've been doing a lot of research and I didn't find any competing product around $100.
- Video and pictures are okay. Compression is good, and it creates nice avi videos. This is not your fancy Sony camcorder, so don't expect to get the Columbia TriStar Motion quality. However, it is a good image for a surveillance camera.
- It comes with wireless N and the streaming looks good.
- Night vision is okay.
- Alarm on motion detector is okay. Sometimes I get an email, sometimes I don't.
- The camera URL has a serious security issue. Foscam uses consecutive numbers to generate the camera URLs. If you change one number in the URL you will reach other people cameras. They may be password protected but remember that the camera doesn't use https to encrypt the passwords. That's pretty serious. Foscam should generate random URLs for their cameras. Not consecutive. Moreover, they should switch to https.
- Auto IR-LED illumination stopped working after one week. The night videos were dark and unusable. Foscam support says to point a flashlight to the camera and it will fix the problem. Well, that's true; it may fix the problem until next evening. What if you are on vacation? What if you have 30 cameras? This is silly. I sent it back to Amazon. However, setting up and installing the camera is not a 10 minutes process. It takes time to do it right and it takes time to replace it. I don't like to waste my time.
- Foscam manipulates the reviews on Amazon. I found a lot of 5 stars reviews which look very suspicious. I think Amazon shouldn't tolerate fake reviews. Unacceptable.
- My first FI8905w came in a box which was relabeled. Twice. The box is from a FI8905w camera and the first label says FI8906w. The second label, placed on top of the first one, says FI8905w. The UPC code was relabeled four times. To make things worse, the FI8905W user interface omits on very important detail: camera model. I had no idea what camera I was using. I believe I got a refurbished camera.
- Buying a Foscam camera is a lottery. If you are lucky, your camera may work without problems for a couple of years. This is Chinese company who wants to sell its products in the US using questionable business practices. I don't trust them. If your camera stops working after 30 days you may be in a big trouble. It is better to go and buy it from WalMrt. Their return policies are much better than anything in the world.
One year later and I'm happy with my camera. It is stable and up and running 24x7. However, I found one minor issue:
The heat and light from the IR light attract spiders which found my camera cover to be hospitable and habitable. A spider web in front of the surveillance camera is invisible during the day but it will totally mess up the image during night time. Every time I tried to remove the spider web, the tiny guy took it personally and made another one within the next 24 hours. Tried everything: insect repellent, insecticide, water resistant silicone lubricant. Nothing worked. The only thing that seems to work is to push the camera top cover all the way to the back. This solved 90% of the problems.
One more thing I would like to add. If you are not sure how serious the consecutive URLs issue is, please watch the following video.
If you don't know how communication ports, web servers and firewalls work, please do yourself a favor and hire an IT guy to secure your camera. This is serious device, not a toy. Until Foscam assigns random https URLs AND random admin passwords to their cameras, there is a pretty good chance for you to get hacked.
10/01/2015 Just to confirm the lottery theory, almost two years after the installation, the Foscam camera died due to a hardware failure. Well, I'm not surprised...
Robust. Perfect for outdoors. In fact all my cameras are outdoors but under overhanging eves. The shell is waterproof and cord out of the camera is waterproof as well.
Wiring the cameras:
These are wireless cameras but i will inform you that you will have to run a wire of some sort as these cameras will need wired power. so i went ahead and wired the cameras via ethernet as well since i had to run power. one suggestion is you can use what i did and run cat6 for the ethernet and POWER. that is if you are technically inclined. I used 4 wires for the ethernet (orange, orange white, green, green white) and the blue and blue white for power and the brown and brown white for ground. I physically cut the power cord that comes with the cameras in half and soldered one end to the ethernet cable extra wires and the other end. the cameras are really low wattage so you can easily get away with this. I ran 40 feet of cable this way and the cameras work fine.
Software on the cameras:
If you get a real foscam then the software built in to the cameras is very good and will do everything you want to do except record video stream. The cameras will do time delay snapshots but for advanced features such as stream captures etc i recommend blue iris software. Make sure you get real foscams as there are unofficial clones with a different interface.
The camera picture quality:
Here is where the camera is both a blessing and a curse. Curse first. The cameras during the daytime show everything as washed out. Grass is white and not green. Trees are a purple hue. But you can see and makeout everything fine. At night everything is of course white as well but the camera has extremely good night vision. The infrared LEDS are so good that if you switch out lenses to a smaller focal you will get a "hot spot" or "ghost ring" of overbright led power. there is a solution for this, see the next section on lenses. Blessing, the camera does night vision perfect and daytime good. what other camera for 100$ has this cameras abilities and build quality? Can you get a better quality camera for daytime..YES. This washed out look is inherent to any IR cameras as the way the infrared filters work. So a camera that doesnt have night vision will look very good during the day but dont let that fool you that this is an inferior camera. Do robbers come during the day? Some do i guess.
The 12mm lense is unusable for me. the quality of the lense is excellent but 12mm shows you a 10 foot by 10 foot area 100 feet down the block. Not good for home surveillance. But good for a radio tower or traffic camera.
You can use CCTV lenses. they just unscrew. lenses are cheap on amazon or ebay. Figure out the focal length you need using online calculator. Im using 1 8mm lense 2 6mm lenses, and 3 2.8mm lenses.
To avoid the ghosting from the overbright LEDs when using smaller lenses....use wax paper. yes the stuff you cook with. cut a ring out that fits over the leds and cut the center section out for the lense and install behind the glass. this filters the infrared, or blurs it if you will, and produces a good night vision without the hotspot.
The camera is a nightmare. im a IT guy and hate to admit i had a bit of trouble with it. I have it using wired ethernet with wireless as a backup. Im using gmx for my email setup as that provider works with the foscam software for email. I have my cameras accessible over the internet. i suggest you get one camera, dont mount it and configure it in front of your computer and test to make sure its working on your network before mounting it. once you figure out how to network one of the cameras the others are a simple cut and paste and change a few settings such as IP address if you use a static like i did.
Almost all the cameras shortcomings can be overcome. the cost of the camera is exceptional for what you get. the networking setup is where most people fail the camera or give it low reviews. its not really the fact that the camera is the problem. there is just alot of configuring to do...email alerts, ftp, web access, wired dhcp static or dynamic, wireless setup and security...etc.
These cameras are alot of bang for the buck. Dont regret my purchases 1%.