EZVIZ C3WN 1080p Outdoor Wi-Fi IP Camera - White
- Outdoor 1080p HD camera delivers crisp footage so you can clearly see everything going on around your home
- Wi-Fi connectivity with dual antennas makes it easy to integrate with your home network
- Wall-penetration and anti-interference capability ensure you always have the strongest possible signal
- Smart Motion Detection Zones let you customize areas where you want to detect activity
- Night vision up to 100 ft. switches on automatically when the sun goes down
- Built-in noise-cancelling microphone provides clear audio reception up to 16ft so you can hear what's going on
- EZVIZ website allows you to unlock advanced configurations and increase the number of cameras able to view simultaneously
- MicroSD card slots accommodates cards up to 256GB (sold separately) and footage can also be recorded to an optional subscription-based cloud service
- IP66-rated weatherproof construction is built to withstand the toughest outdoor conditions
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Of the 183 reviewers who responded, 159 would recommend this product.
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- Cord is WAY too short- December 30, 2019
The video quality is good but the power cord is very short. The part that goes through your wall from outside to inside is fine, but the inside power cord is so short. How do they think people will use it? Yeah, an extension cord but thise are fire hazards. Someone wasn't thinking when they made this. Also the screw for the unit won't tighten. It is loose where the ball head is and the cord also has a scrape in it. Guess they had a lemon day at the factory the day they made this one. Ugh. Now i have to go through the returns hassle.
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- Bad product. Bad company. Bad customer service- December 23, 2019
Very bad product. Very bad customer service from ezviz. I got 8 cameras from ezviz in the last 10 months. Currently only one working. Previously they had over the phone customer service. Now they switched to email support only. Didn't reply to any of my inquiry. Device does not get connected even beside the router. Their ezviz 360 is the worst of all. Bestbuy should not carry this brand.
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- Overall may be the best tested of 7 thus far.- January 15, 2020
Very easy and straight forward to setup and install. Mind you, this is 7th brand/model tested and 7 dash cams as well, of which 2 of each were 4k and very disappointing so my expectations have been reduced. Main flaw on 4k is default 4fps and max 7fps so anything moving is blurry. Typical 1080P image and default 12 frames per second video for moving objects of which both can be increased on PC app to make it one of the best used thus far. For viewing streaming quality you can select standard, HD or UHD which on WiFi/data, can have lag or jumpy so save the clip to phone if needed. Default setting has WDR wide dynamic range off in CCD settings. Therefore in shadows, like all the other cameras, vehicles are all one black image from tires, doors, to windows or a person is a silhouette in shadows so all black one piece instead of seeing each piece of clothing. Therefore turn it on and adjust for improved definition which make it better than the other cameras but can make things worse under certain conditions. Phone app works well especially compared to others and there's a PC app with many additional settings to customize but playback function is no good. Clip viewing starts at current time versus others that start at the days midnight and have to scroll all the way to current time. Night vision at times can be as good as a cloudy day but totally black at other times for unknown reason other than perhaps reflective cloud cover light or clear sky and moon? IR vision works well depending on location and aim, so you may want to turn it off at times. Sound recording one way varies but is pretty good. No batteries to charge or replace and optional cloud service so go SD card and avoid fees. Cons - Crazy short power cord for an outdoor camera, who has multiple power outlets within 1.5m of strategic locations around their home? So you are left scrambling to make or purchase solutions for power. Should have at least 2x4m extensions included. Motion sensitivity at max is better than most the other cameras but not all and varies with conditions and location. Typically about 60m for rabbit, coyote, people and double for cars. Other brands barely reached the end of the short driveway. Slow to load videos compared to other apps but transitions from clip to clip smoothly. PC app only shows continuous green recording without motion identifiers therefore giving many errors so only good for live viewing and additional settings. It does however play seamless clip to clip within a green bar but errors at the end of a bar so have to slide to the next green bar. IR vision very sensitive to snow floating in the air when not snowing causing motion recordings and notifications. Had to turn sensitivity super low to slow it down but now I can walk without detection directly in front of camera. So IR off now and relying on motion lights to come on to provide night time video. Aimed straight down at just back yard, the screen is near black but aim it higher with more area ambient cloud reflection lighting and it's all clearer like daytime, not sure what's happening here so turning IR on and off at times. Dangling network cord seems pointless and in the way for a WiFi camera and who has spare outlets on router anyways and if running cables then may as well go 4k with hard drive but 2 systems purchased were plagued with problems. Two finger spread to zoom for event bar could be automatic for both vertical and horizontal view. Have to sit and wait for clips to load on the app more than other apps and they load before done sliding to desired times or zooming in. Face recognition keeps pointing at strange things like wheels, snow piles and butts. Not the best or worst wide angle at 110, so need 2 cameras to cover a wide area. Having to buy SD cards and power solutions borders on getting another system. If using scheduled notifications you only get motion clips provided during that time. No zoom on PC access. I see reviews stating 2 way audio and alarm? These do not. Notification clips are not ready for a minute so just go to live view if you want to see right away. Please add 2x 4x 8x 16x fast forward and rewind to the phone app as well as pause with next frame as well. Would be nice at the end of last clip to automatically switch to live view instead of error.
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