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Sharx Security SCNC3605N Wireless b/g/n Weatherproof Outdoor MPEG4 IP Network Camera with Infrared Night Vision and built in DVR


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Sharx Security SCNC3605N Wireless b/g/n Weatherproof Outdoor MPEG4 IP Network Camera with Infrared Night Vision and built in DVR

FEATURED Sharx Security SCNC3605N Wireless b/g/n Weatherproof Outdoor MPEG4 IP Network Camera with Infrared Night Vision and built in DVR

  • Weatherproof Outdoor Hi-Resolution Wifi 802.11 b/g/n IP Network Camera with infrared night vision
  • 30 fps MPEG4 @ 640 x 480 with microphone for viewing or recording
  • Built in DVR can record 2 whole days with included 4 GB MicroSD card, expandable to one week with 16 GB card
  • Motion detection or timed emails and FTP uploads
  • See streaming video on your PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad or other web enabled smartphone
This outdoor night vision IP camera works on 10/100 Ethernet with Cat5 wiring or on 802.11 b/g/n wireless networks secured with WEP, WPA or WPA2 encryption. Multiple viewers can see video or snapshots in any of the supported formats including MPEG4, MJPEG, 3GPP and JPEG. Both HTTP and RTSP streaming protocols are supported for use with browsers or media players on Windows or Mac computers as well as iPhone, Droid, Blackberry or other web enabled cell phones. Multiple streams with 3 separate choices of image quality are available simultaneously. Video can be adjusted from near DVD quality with audio and full motion (2048K, 640 x 480, 30 fps) all the way down to a bandwidth saving mobile stream (20K, 176 x 144, 5 fps). With the included MicroSD memory card the camera functions as a standalone DVR for motion detection or continuous video. Recording time ranges from 1 hour/GB to almost 100 hours/GB based on selected video quality. The camera can automatically upload recorded video files to

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  1. 53 of 54 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Peace of Mind, November 2, 2010
    By 
    S. Faulk (Sacramento, CA United States) –
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    (REAL NAME)
      

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    This review is from: Sharx Security SCNC3605N Wireless b/g/n Weatherproof Outdoor MPEG4 IP Network Camera with Infrared Nighttime Vision and built in DVR (Electronics)

    A few months ago our house was broken into from a very brazen group of three robbers (punks) that backed their car into our driveway, jumped over the fence and smashed the back sliding door in order to gain entry. Luckily our home has an alarm so they quickly made their way through the house and out the front door without taking much. Our neighbor did witness the event but sadly only got to a brief description of the car and suspects. I chose it was time to take home security up a level and cover some key areas of the house with security cameras. After a lot of reading and studying, the Sharx line seemed to be a fantastic way to start a system so I ordered one to try.

    When the camera arrived I followed the instructions for set up and everything went smoothly. As mentioned in other reviews the blue-collar is very simple to stay on and written in clear English. I had the camera configured and running on my wireless LAN system in about 20 summary. With the picture quality and basic configuration all set up, the next step was being able to see the camera when I am away from home. I have AT&T Uverse for Internet benefit and the Sharx blue-collar includes absolutely perfect instructions to configure the 2wire router so you can view the camera in the least via the Internet. Without the blue-collar I probably would have been lost on this step but the blue-collar made the process so simple! After this step my next test was viewing the camera on my iPhone Safari browser using the 3G network to confirm I had a WAN connection, and yes it worked perfectly. After the test I installed an app that a friend who has a handful of Axis cameras recommended called Live Cams and again everything worked perfectly. This is a fantastic app for viewing IP cameras and worth the money ($1.99) if you have an iPhone or iPad.
    It was time to have my camera record events (alarms as they are called). Setting your camera to record when there is motion is again very simple and the settings can be adjusted for more or less sensitive motion activation. Make sure on this step you expand your open browser dialogue box to see the settings. The default dialogue box size will not show the settings options unless you do this. Windows IE has a more graphical dialogue box to adjust these but it can still be done in any browser by typing numbers. Just remember that the lower the “Threshold” numbers the more sensitive and the higher the “Sensitivity” numbers the more sensitive. You can also block off areas that you do not want to cause the alarm to start recording in this same settings dialogue box. For example if you have a busy street in front of your house you can configure the camera to ignore motion in that section of the by and large picture.
    Another fantastic option is email. I set the camera to send me an email if it detects motion and that facility as expected, sending an email with a photo anytime it detects movement. Note that you can configure the settings to regulate how often it sends an email so you don’t fill your inbox when some bird, bug or dog for example is making motion alarms on the camera. I have mine set to send an email no more then every 5 summary.
    After running the 3605 for very nearly two months without any issue I have now added a 3606 and a 2607 (for the interior). I plot to add two more 3606 cameras so I will have very nearly the entire exterior in view at anytime. I would really like to see Sharx come out with a Megapixel camera in the future but this current line up still has excellent quality.
    My wife also has an iPhone and likes the fact she can check on the house and the dog from her phone at any time. She tells me she keeps an eye on the driveway from her work computer all the time and it makes her feel safer knowing what is going on at our house. The break-in really shook her up for a even as, so her peace of mind is worth the cost alone.

    Some of the key benefits of the Sharx camera for me:
    -Because each camera can record to a MicroSD card built into the camera, it acts like its own DVR. Even if your home is broken into and everything taken, as long as they don’t remove the cameras you will still have a record of the dirtbags.
    -The camera uses very modest wattage so it is simple on your electric bill.
    -The picture is clear and sharp both day and nighttime.
    -The camera will work with a diversity of browsers for configuring, monitoring and playing back recordings. I have veteran it with Safari, IE and Firefox. Firefox with the Quicktime plug-in is my favorite and if you watch with the primary stream option you also can monitor live signal (creepy but excellent for eavesdropping).
    -The camera facility with both my Mac and Windows computers.
    -The build quality seems decent and should last for many years.
    -I have been in contact via email with customer support and there was a response within 4 hours.

    I will be pleased to respond if anyone has questions or comments.

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  2. 42 of 43 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fantastic bang for the buck, just what I’ve been coming up for…, July 18, 2010
    By 
    Cowlick (McDonough, GA USA) –

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    This review is from: Sharx Security SCNC3605N Wireless b/g/n Weatherproof Outdoor MPEG4 IP Network Camera with Infrared Nighttime Vision and built in DVR (Electronics)

    For several years I have been coming up for an affordable, wireless, outdoor IP camera to hit the market, and it looks like it has finally arrived. After 3 weeks of summer 90-degree heat, high humidity and torrential thunder storms in Georgia, I’m pleased to report this camera continues to hum along just fantastic. I have not had to reset it once, and have monitored it in the least via my Moto Droid very nearly daily (using the free IP Cam Lite viewer, which delivers the full 640×480 live feed). I use this camera to monitor my driveway and it serves its purpose with gorgeous daytime color, brilliant nighttime vision, and better-than-expected low-light performance. I have it set to record video upon motion detection and FTP it to my ReadyNAS server, and it has worked flawlessly. Of course, the nighttime insects of the Southeast trip it very nearly constantly at nighttime, but you can fully adjust the motion zones and sensitivity to minimize on fake graceful. I have not seen a better camera with the feature set of this camera at this price point, and if it holds out in the appearance months I will certainly be purchasing more to cover other zones around the house. My father has been running one in Texas for a modest longer than I have and he’s thoroughly pleased with it as well. I’ll provide an update a few months from now.

    Update [February 5, 2011] – Just a quick note to say that the camera has still been working flawlessly, 24/7, for 6 months now. Outside operating temperatures have ranged from the 100 degrees to 13 degrees and it just keeps on working. I don’t know why it has on again/off again availability on Amazon, as this is clearly the best outdoor wireless IP camera that they sell. But, apparently you can still order it directly from Sharx.

    Update [August 16, 2011] – Camera has been installed for over a year now and continues to work without a single issue. Has by no means had to be rebooted even once, recovers immediately from power failures, and continues to record directly to my ReadyNAS. I wish I could afford a half dozen of these! If there were any enhancement to made to them, pan & tilt would be awesome.

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  3. 14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Extremely impressed!, March 9, 2011
    By 
    NM

    This review is from: Sharx Security SCNC3605N Wireless b/g/n Weatherproof Outdoor MPEG4 IP Network Camera with Infrared Nighttime Vision and built in DVR (Electronics)

    I originally bought a 2606, which I’ve been very pleased with, but Sharx certainly raised the bar with the 3605! It’s everything the 2606 is, but with some huge enhancements:
    – Fully weatherproofed
    – Tremendous day/nighttime performance. Thanks to a mechanical IR filter that slides in front of the cam, daylight color is perfect, even as still offering outstanding nighttime vision. The array of IR LEDs illuminates well to around 100′ away from my cam. And the ring of red lights looks threatening at nighttime!
    – Even more firmware features than the 2606

    I have had the 3605 mounted for 3 winter months, and so far there hasn’t been any problems at all. I will say it is a modest larger than I expected, but it’s still perfect for tucking under a gutter, and I was impressed the case is metal and the entire unit feels incredibly solid. My only complaint would be that the included mount isn’t very versatile. An bonus ball joint at the cam would help a lot, but nevertheless, the fact a mount and a bag of hardware is even included is only looking a gift-horse in the mouth!

    I was very pleased to find the Multi-Live software. It does a much better job of continuously monitoring the cameras than trying to use a browser. The browser facility fantastic, but the Multi-Live makes it even more convenient.

    I be with you networking isn’t simple for people that haven’t done it before, but Sharx has done everything they can do to make it as simple as possible. If you’re familiar with network addressing you _definitely_ won’t have any problems.

    Since I didn’t see it mentioned in the other reviews, I’d like to re-emphasize how vital of a feature it is that this cam runs as a standalone server of it’s own. For security, it’s vital that the data be uploaded to a remote site so that thugs can’t simply end the camera or the DVR. All of Sharx’s cams offer the ability to upload to email and FTP, even as at once recording to a _looping_ (so you don’t have to keep clearing the card) on-board SD card, and now they’ll even record to network attached storage space. The motion-detection is the icing on the cake, so you can quickly scan the day’s events without watching all of the video. There’s even configurable gap snapshots, which has been amusing to string together to see a year’s view from the cameras eye.

    I’d also like to add that in my experience, support has been following to none. It is email-based, but they respond extremely quickly, and I appreciate that you can tell they in fact KNOW the product. You don’t have to deal with a call-focal point that has by no means seen the product and just reads through the script.

    In summary, I did a lot of research before buying from Sharx, but I’m 100% convinced you absolutely cannot do any better for the money. Be prepared to have a lot of jealous friends!

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