Upgraded Camera Support

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EyezOnRich
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Upgraded Camera Support

Postby EyezOnRich » Thu May 17, 2012 7:16 pm

Some of you may have noticed that the Security details page has changed somewhat.

These changes are part of our new more integrated support of video cameras. Currently we have added support for the Foscam FI8903W/04W/05W series. We will be adding more cameras over the next few weeks.
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JediKnight2
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Re: Upgraded Camera Support

Postby JediKnight2 » Wed May 23, 2012 12:09 pm

Would be nice to see one added that uses Power Over Ethernet (POE)...I have my lines run, but was planning on NOT having to run power out and using POE to run the cams...just a thought.

EyezOnRich
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Re: Upgraded Camera Support

Postby EyezOnRich » Wed May 23, 2012 2:14 pm

A very good thought.

We are looking at a few other camera lines as well and there is a rumour that Foscam is introducing a POE cam shortly.

EyezOnRich
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Re: Upgraded Camera Support

Postby EyezOnRich » Fri May 25, 2012 11:30 am

The Foscam FI8910W wit Pan/Tilt control has been added now.

binburra
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Re: Upgraded Camera Support

Postby binburra » Tue May 29, 2012 3:13 am

Hi
The DCS-5635 Wireless H.264 PTZ Network Camera is an absolute beauty and is very compatible with many apps and has on board web server. I use this with my Vera system which also integrates the 2ds very nicely. Would love to see this camera gets listed. Let me know if you want to arrange access to use it as a test bench
http://www.dlink.com/products/?pid=854

dmacaskill
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Re: Upgraded Camera Support

Postby dmacaskill » Wed May 30, 2012 6:16 pm

Will you be looking at the Logitech Alert Security Cameras?

billinaz
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Re: Upgraded Camera Support

Postby billinaz » Mon Jun 04, 2012 11:48 am

I wish I never bought the logitech alert cameras! They are way too overpriced.

A much better camera solution is to use wireless IP cameras (I get them when they are about $50) and the software from blue iris (blueirissoftware.com)

For the price on one logitech camera (that drops out because I have a 2 story house and the different electrical circuits) I can get 4 or 5 cameras.......

You can also use this software for the logitech alert cameras, and get the features (plus more) that logitech charges you extra for.

DareDevil
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Re: Upgraded Camera Support

Postby DareDevil » Mon Jun 11, 2012 11:45 pm

Onvif is good.

JediKnight2
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Re: Upgraded Camera Support

Postby JediKnight2 » Tue Jul 10, 2012 5:24 pm

I have a Trendnet TV-IP512P that I would love to get working. I would be more than willing to do any tests you guys might need me to do, etc to get it added. They do have a Android/Apple app. The first problem I see is that I set it up as a generic cam, but I need to have a username/password for the camera.

ddimit
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Re: Upgraded Camera Support

Postby ddimit » Mon Jul 23, 2012 7:07 pm

Ok here's one a bit off topic.

just installed the 2DS love it! been waiting years for something like this to come around.

I have a home built stand alone DVR system that records 4 cameras.

the software is susposed to support IP access Although I have never played around with this functionality.
It's been alwasy easier to Remote into the system using teamviewer (its a Windows XP) system.

I want to keep the funtionaity of that since it gives me 2 weeks work of video data if needed. But would be totally cool to be able to use the 2ds functionality to see a quick 4 pane camera overview


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