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Cámara IP apexis Negra. WiFi y cable. Infrarrojos. Sonido bidireccional. Movimiento robotizado. Grabación de vídeo. Alarmas. Compatible Android, iPhone, WM, Mac. Soporte incluido. Software gratis. APM-J011-WS

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Detalles del producto

  • Dimensiones del producto: 8,9 x 14 x 12,7 cm
  • Referencia del fabricante: APM-J011-WS
  • ASIN: B003VPCHKM
  • Producto en Amazon.es desde: 20 de noviembre de 2012
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 1 opinión de cliente
  • Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº495.037 en Electrónica (Ver el Top 100 en Electrónica)
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Para Mac no tiene soporte, aunque hay un fichero OSX en su web... que no funciona para nada.
Hay algunos documentos de ayuda en su web que son copias malas de escaneos.
No acepta alertas en correos con SSL y cosas raras.
No hay manera de hacer funcionar con Wifi, ni cambiando de cable, router...etc
De actualizaciones...patético.
Configuración web con muchos fallos en comunicación y ActiveX...
Te toca leer el manual completo para nada
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Amazon.com: 3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 55 opiniones
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Lost in translation 28 de abril de 2012
Por hugh-manoid - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Inexpensive.
Relatively simple WIRED connection and setup.
It takes several attempts to scan wireless networks before any show up using the supplied software to access the settings in the camera. I/R leds have a faint reddish tinge when on. Thankfully, the front green LED can be turned off.

How much would it cost to have an english speaking person proofread before publishing ? It seems the more technical things get, the more ambiguous the documentation gets. Also it would be nice to have the MAC addresseS (yes two)
printed on the bottom or listed where one can acess it once connected.
I use MAC address filtering on my router to make my network more secure.
This has to be off temporarily to simplify finding the WIFI MAC address.
Luckily, my router lists the MAC and IP adresses of wireless candidates.

I started with the direct connect to router in order to set the WIFI.
Eventually, I was able to ping the default IP address wirelessly.
But alas, no video. I set the camera back to default and it reverted to slightly different settings than it shipped with. Default was DHCP enabled and port 80.
It arrived set for fixed IP 192.168.1.216 port 81. After more twiddling, and moving closer to the router, I have video using 192.168.1.216 and port 80.

I eventually hope to connect from the outside world (internet) to this thing and after that, link it to my Synology NAS. Wish me luck.

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Update (a few days later)
Diddled with DDNS, port forwarding, registering my ip address and other minutae.
Now I can see the video feed remotely (internet vs intranet). Also added the camera to a Synology NAS with Surveillance Station software but haven't been able to get to the NAS remotely.

To disable the IR leds that are soldered drirectly to the PCB,
Void the warranty by adding a parallel resistor across the photo resistor
Maybe 10k or so. The photo resistor reads about 80k ohm dark and 15k ohm or less when light. Requires basic electronics and soldering skills.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great camera, once I got it working. 6 de febrero de 2013
Por Randy - Publicado en Amazon.com
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The setup instructions leave a lot to be desired. Out of frustration, I kept giving up, then trying again days later. EasyN support was there and did try to help. They looked at screen shots of settings that they requested me to send them. Their reply was that all of the settings were correct, that camera should be working. In the end, they were absolutely correct. I could access and control the camera from within my household wifi network but could not do so from the internet. I finally found the problem involved my VOIP telephone adapter. I had the output of my cable modem connected to the input of the VOIP adapter, the VOIP output then went to my wireless router. All of the above connections refer to the Ethernet cables. I had the port forwarding settings correctly set in the router, however, the VOIP adapter was not passing the port access requests through. I changed the hookup as follows: cable modem output directly to router input, VOIP adapter input moved to empty ethernet output on router, VOIP adapter output not used. BINGO!, full internet access to camera achieved. My particular issue cannot be blamed on the camera or EasyN.

The camera has a very good picture, even in low light, thanks to it's IR led ring. The camera also responded very well to movement commands. Preset positions can be set and accessed. Other features are available and work okay. I would buy this camera again if I had it to do over.

The VOIP/telephone also functions as before.
5 de 5 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas You never know which camera you are going to get 4 de abril de 2012
Por S. M. Hanel - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I owned 2 Apexis cameras and tried to get 4 more. I ordered from this place and got EasyN cameras even through at the time they showed Apexis. Not all that bad since the EasyN have the same features as Apexis, and are compatible with the Apexis Ipod app.

Then I tried to get 4 more and this time got Wansniew camers. These are NOT the same. They don't have position presets, and the motion is backwards when controlled by the IPod app. I wish sellers would just say what camera they are selling. I may end up retuning this batch if I can't find a way to make them more compatible with my current system.
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas NOT an Apexis camera - they're selling EasyN knockoffs 25 de agosto de 2012
Por Kevin Burtch - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I was extremely disappointed when I received my shipment, as this was obviously not the camera I ordered.
What I received was in totally different packaging (see the photo I uploaded) and the camera's housing was made with a much cheaper process (see the side-by-side comparison photo I uploaded).
I figured, maybe they're the same on the inside... NOPE.
This camera is much lower quality than the one they advertize. The picture is much grainier and fuzzier, the color saturation at medium light levels is absolutely horrible, and the automatic IR illumination has very few stages... it's essentially either on or off (unlike the real Apexis, which has an impressive progressive illumination). You can clearly see all of this from the two screenshots I uploaded, one from a real Apexis (bought via Amazon from another vendor), the other from this EasyN device.
The sad part is, not only is it a different brand, the part number is nothing remotely close to what they list on the product page, it's FS-613A-M136, not APM-J011-WS.

Edit: There was only one good thing I can say about this transaction, Amazon's (Prime) shipping was incredibly fast... I received it on Saturday and didn't expect it until Monday.
3 de 3 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great camera, much easier than other reviewers imply 31 de enero de 2012
Por tscales - Publicado en Amazon.com
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We've owned this camera for quite some time and use it to monitor our child's room. We're about to add two more cameras and we'll go with what works -- this camera.

Not sure why so many others have had problems. You don't need a CD at all. You can just type the IP address of the camera into your web browser. You do get more features with Internet Explorer, which I can live with.

You do have to set it up using a wired connection first. Once you do, you can switch to wireless. I was surprised that one reviewer was confused that the LAN connection and the Wireless connection had different MAC addresses. Of course they do. Every LAN connectable device has a unique MAC address. Every laptop has one for the LAN port and one for the wireless port.

I am pretty technical, but I found the camera quite easy. Five stars.


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