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Foscam FI8908W Wireless IP Camera with Pan & Tilt, Night Vision, 2 Way Audio, Apple Mac and Windows compatible, Color – Black

Foscam FI8908W Wireless IP Camera with Pan & Tilt, Night Vision, 2 Way Audio, Apple Mac and Windows compatible, Color – Black


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Foscam FI8908W Wireless IP Camera with Pan & Tilt, Night Vision, 2 Way Audio, Apple Mac and Windows compatible, Color - Black

FEATURED Foscam FI8908W Wireless IP Camera with Pan & Tilt, Night Vision, 2 Way Audio, Apple Mac and Windows compatible, Color - Black

  • Iphone/mobilephone remote monitoring support. Up to 9 Camera display in one browser view
  • Pan/Tilt control(Pan:270°& Tilt:120°), Auto night vision (up to 26ft)
  • MJPEG Video Compression, Multiple cam display, Motion Alarm email support
  • Wi-Fi compliant with IEEE 802.11b/g. including Apple Airport Express, IE, Firefox, Safary and Chrome, XP, Vista and Windows 7
  • 2-Way audio support with Built-in Microphone,WEP ,WPA and WPA2 Encryption
>Support IE browser or any other standard browsers >Wi-Fi compliant with wireless standards IEEE 802.11b/g >Support both WEP & WPA Encryption >Motion detection alert via email or upload image to FTP >Multi-level users management with password protection

What customers say about Foscam FI8908W Wireless IP Camera with Pan & Tilt, Night Vision, 2 Way Audio, Apple Mac and Windows compatible, Color – Black?

  1. 117 of 120 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Fantastic deal, but you’ve gotta work for it, April 3, 2010
    By 
    Pat Denoli (Baltimore, MD) –

    Amazon Verified Buy(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Foscam FI8908W Wireless IP Camera with Pan & Tilt, Nighttime Vision, 2 Way Audio, Apple Mac and Windows compatible, Color – Black (Electronics)

    I’m usually pretty excellent with terrible English translations in my instruction manuals, but this product is pretty rough. You often can’t tell if the blue-collar is telltale you that something needs to be done in order to make something happen, that it shouldn’t be done if you want it to happen… or if you need to make the following thing happen (some other way) in order for the first thing to be taken care of. Use of negatives and double-negatives is a challenge, too. If you are familiar with the configuration of network gear, try to forget what you know. It doesn’t work *exactly* the same with this camera. You’re better off as a novice, I reckon.

    Since it burned 15 hours of my time, here’s a possible help for some people about to restore their camera because “wireless isn’t working”. This is for people who manually assign IPs, or who don’t be with you why the camera isn’t finding any wireless networks. Be with you that the camera has to be set it up in very specific stages. You can’t make all your changes at once. Also, you must use the proprietary software to connect to the camera over Ethernet the first time. Don’t use other software. Make sure you set your router for dynamic IP allocation. Next, you reboot through software. Next you power cycle. Log into the camera using IE. It says you can use other browsers, but don’t. NOW set up the wireless properties. Save them, remove the ethernet cable. Reboot through software and then power cycle (yes, that’s two boots). Log in again. NOW change the IP assignment from dynamic to blue-collar. Save and reboot through software and then power cycle. You won’t find these instructions in the blue-collar. I had to stumble upon it and I’ve continual the process with minor variations to be sure – nothing else facility. Excellent grief!!!!!!! I was about to pack these things up and ship them back. Looks like they work fine if you know the right dance. I’m using 128 bit WEP. If you’re using something else – excellent luck to you.

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  2. 64 of 65 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Like it!, December 24, 2010
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    This review is from: Foscam FI8908W Wireless IP Camera with Pan & Tilt, Nighttime Vision, 2 Way Audio, Apple Mac and Windows compatible, Color – Black (Electronics)

    I was a modest concerned after reading all of the posts complaining
    about how hard their experiences were in setting up this camera.
    Aside from that, the ratings were excellent, the price was right, and since
    I have 20 years IT experience and am a glutton for punishment, I
    ordered one. In fact I need at least three, but I wanted to buy one
    as a test, and if it passed, I’d buy the bonus two cameras.

    I ordered this camera and several days later it was by now in my
    mailbox. I unpacked it, and was going to place off configuring it until
    Christmas day, when I would have had much of the day to play with it.
    Being the workaholic that I am, I chose to go ahead and try and
    configure it within summary of deciding I wasn’t going to do it. I
    got out the instruction book and started going through the steps, one
    by one. The grammar kind of bothered me, you can tell English
    wasn’t a native language for the technical document writer. I’m not
    going to lie, you’re going to need a bit of technical experience to
    get this camera connected, but it’s not the camera’s fault. With all
    the security that’s around nowadays, along with all the possible setup
    scenarios, it’s likely by no means going to be a plug and play scenario to
    get an IP camera working. I’ll bottom line you though – it was worth
    it. I like this thing!

    My first bit of advice is to take the instruction book that’s inside
    the box, and place it directly into your trash can. Seriously. That
    book is flawed and you’re going to need the Hubble Telescope to read
    the tiny print to commence with. Stay on the blue-collar on the CD that’s in
    the box. There are guides on the CD. One is a User Blue-collar PDF and the
    other is a quick guide. Stay on the User Blue-collar for it’s a bit more
    detailed. Now let me describe my equipment and the steps I took to
    get this camera configured. My equipment: Linksys Wireless Router, PC
    running Windows XP Pro SP3, Cable Mode for Internet connection.

    If you want this thing to email you photos when the motion sensor is
    tripped (or to connect to it via the Internet, which is why you’re
    looking at an IP camera to commence with), then you’re going to need an
    Internet connection. You’ll need at least a Cable modem. I can’t
    imagine how slow it will be if you have DSL and you’re trying to
    connect to this camera over the Internet. So, I’ve got a Cable modem,
    Linksys wireless router, and a NON SSL POP email account. YOU CANNOT
    USE GMAIL WITH THE CURRENT FIRMWARE WITH THIS CAMERA. Gmail requires
    SSL and the SMTP client on this camera as of today is not written for
    SSL, so save yourself some time in trying to do it anyway. Unless you
    use STunnel from […], it’s just not going to happen. Since I
    have several email accounts, I simply chose one that I knew didn’t
    require SSL (it’s a hosted account I have with Rochen, with gives you
    the option to use their non SSL SMTP port 1025 which will work with this camera, or to use the more common Secure SMTP like that of Gmail which won’t work with this camera.)

    Quick steps of what I did:

    Step 1: Screw the antenna into the camera. Plug the network cable into
    the camera and then into an available port on your wireless router.
    Plug the power cable into the wall and then into the camera.

    Step 2: Now on your computer, which is also running through your
    router, run the IP Camera tool from the CD, but first make sure you
    exit any web browsers you may have open. You may have to reboot your
    computer after the IP Camera Tool installation.

    Step 3: You should be reading through the User Blue-collar at this point,
    as there are many possibilities for your current setup. You should
    have also by now terrified the printed blue-collar into your trash can where
    it justly belongs. Run the IP Cameral Tool icon from the desktop
    if you had to reboot your computer. Your camera should show up in
    that list as anonymous, followed by
    […] Personally, I’m running DHCP so
    an IP was by now assigned to the camera when it booted. If you
    double click on the IP address of the camera in the IP Camera Tool
    dialogue box, it will bring up a web browser dialogue box for you to login to the
    camera. The default username is admin with a blank password (this
    part is not in that stupid printed blue-collar that came in the box with
    the camera..but luckily you threw it in the trash.)

    Step 4: This is vital: save yourself some grief and use Internet
    Explorer to get this thing setup. You can play around with Firefox and
    other browsers all you want later, but for sake of simplicity, just
    use IE for now. Since you’re using IE you’d use the first set of
    login parameters on the login page.

    Step…

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  3. 74 of 82 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Basic IP camera, poor low light performance, July 8, 2010
    By 
    R. Hilton (Lancaster, CA USA) –
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    Customer Video Review Part:: 0:04 Mins

    I have been using this camera for 2 days in my home’s security monitoring system. The camera does well in daylight and serves images over its web server around 30 FPS at 320 x 240 resolution.

    But, at nighttime, the camera turns on its IR LEDS, this apparently draws a lot of power and the camera’s frame rate drops to only 7 FPS.

    For simple monitoring of your home even as you are away, it is simple to setup and use, the web server includes buttons to turn the camera left/right and up/down and to make tiny adjustment to brightness and contrast.

    The customer image that is labeled “Kitchen – 2010-07-08 01:24:48” is an image capture all through the nighttime where a cat jumped onto my kitchen island. It’s hard to tell it’s a cat from the single frame. This camera may not be that useful as a security camera because the quality of the images, especially in darkness, is poor.

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