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Rosewill RXS-3323 1280 x 1024 MAX Resolution RJ45 Pan/Tilt Day/Night Wired Network Camera w/ 2-Way Audio, Indoor

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  • H.264, MPEG4 and MJPEG support
  • 1/4" Len 1.3 Mega pixel Sensor
  • Remotely Pan/Tilt Control

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • Lee F.
  • 8/1/2015 5:32:32 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsterrible

Pros: So the camera finally works when you figure out how incompatible with internet explorer it is. The microphone is too sensitive and distorts more than half the time

Cons: I owned FIVE of these and they almost ALL suddenly stopped working at the same time. No explanation. Just not found by IP wizard. Scoured the internet for a solution and found NOTHING. There is no firmware upgrade and neither newegg or rosewill warranteed them. I sent all five back to rosewill asking them to REPAIR them and charge me. They NEVER responded. When I contacted them about them, they said they have no record at all of me sending the cameras back. I of course had a return receipt in hand. $1000 dollars down the drain.

I will NEVER buy anything from rosewill ever again no matter what it is. This is a HORRIBLE company that finally took these cameras out of circulation KNOWING they were faulty. Try to buy it from newegg and see.

horrible company and a horrible product. newegg should be ashamed for not honoring your products.

Other Thoughts: I would recommend that NOBODY buy this horrible camera or even a rosewill product. Disgusting company.

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Valued Customer,
Thank you very much for purchasing this unit.
We strive to provide the most reliable and highest quality products to our customers.

We are sorry to hear that, please contact our support team to assist you with troubleshoot and/or warranty options.

Phone: 1- 800-575-9885
Monday - Friday 8AM - 5PM PST


We look forward to hearing from you.

Rosewill Customer Care

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  • Keith O.
  • 4/26/2012 11:41:50 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsDoes not deserve the bad reputation

Pros: 1280x1024 @ 15fps - I was surprised to find that I actually preferred the additional resolution of 1280x1024 over the 640x480 VGA mode, even though I had go from 30fps down to 15fps.

Wide pan range - about 340 degrees

Nice tilt range of 90 degrees, but works best when the camera is mounted upside down from the ceiling. If you mount it right side up and place it on a desk or shelf, you'll wish it could tilt lower.

Two-way audio so you can talk back and forth with the people you're watching.

Cons: Neither the Quick Installation Guide nor the manual explain that you can't adjust the focus through the web browser. You have to manually turn the rubber ring around the camera lens until you are satisfied. When I first plugged the camera in and installed the software, I thought "Oh, no! NOTHING is in focus! What a piece of garbage!"

Fixed-focus, not auto focus, so as you pan the camera around, and depending on the distance of objects, you may or may not be happy with the depth of focus. Depth of focus is best when you have a well lighted room (daylight fluorescent) and the camera is best in a large room.

Digital zoom only, but then again, cameras with 3-to-1 or 10-to-1 optical zooms cost hundreds more than this model, so it's a fair trade-off.

Small rooms make everything appear close and cramped because the lens is more like a 50mm "normal aspect" lens than at 28mm wide angle lens.

Other Thoughts: 1) You MUST use IE, preferably version 9 or above, to be able to use all the features, such as digital zoom and full-screen mode. Firefox fans like me will initially be disappointed, but when you discover that the Firefox plugin doesn't do nearly as good a job as the Active-X plugin, you'll quickly change your mind. There was a terrible lag in the video stream at all resolutions using Firefox, but it pretty much disappeared in IE9.

2) Even the on-CD manual has a high learning curve. Don't expect to plug in this camera, install the software, and be instantly happy with what you see. You have to be willing to spend a fairly significant amount of time reading the manual and playing with all the features, and learn how to slow down the pan rate, etc.

3) Eventually you will come to love the camera. I plan on buying a couple more so I can have one in every room in my house.

4) Remember that ceiling mounted works best. Desktop level or shelf level will leave you wishing it tilted lo

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  • James M.
  • 1/30/2012 11:53:42 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsPoor, non-adjustable white balance

Pros: Resolution is good. It really is 1280 x 1024; the reviewer who said it's just 640 x 512 doubled is either mistaken or didn't set up the camera for high-resolution (or got a defective one). Ditto the large incremental moves when panning/tilting: that's all adjustable (down to a barely perceptible 1°) in the software if you take the time to find it.

The use of white rather than IR LEDs is an advantage to me, because I'd much rather have true colors than invisible illumination. But... (see Cons)

Cons: White balance is WAY off - as bad as a cheap IR camera - and it is not adjustable; the only SW options are Auto and Hold. It snowed last night, regular, white snow, but the camera shows it looking like pink cotton candy. The only way I can make it white is by killing the color completely.

I thought the lack of IR would mean true colors, but that's wrong; so you get the worst of both worlds: visible illumination and pink snow.

Other Thoughts: This camera is going back to Newegg.

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  • Nils O.
  • 1/19/2012 10:10:27 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsNot HD

Pros: It's black?

Cons: It's not a HD camera, shows 640x512 at double resolution. Picture is bad, 640x512 looked better. Also the controls for moving the camera move it 90 degrees at a time. Not to mention the IR verse LED thing. It's also bigger than the other cameras.

Other Thoughts: Get a different camera, returned mine. Thanks to NewEgg for taking it back.

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  • Hugh H.
  • 12/12/2011 9:43:28 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGood Value with Caveats

Pros: At a reasonable cost this camera offers high-definition (1280x720p), accurate colors, lots of controls and features via software (including wide range PTZ), and motion sensing with email alerts and FTP transfers. This unit is almost certainly made by ABS Megacam, that used to be sold by Newegg. It's a good value at its price, though there are caveats (see below).

Cons: **Mechanical focus is not stable. I've focused the lens several times, but the focus seems to drift soon after and the camera loses its full high-definition capability because it's not properly focused.
**Motion sensing causes false positives. Small changes in light levels can cause the motion to sensing to false trigger as if an object were present in the field of view, when there was none.
**It is not IR sensitive, and uses white visible light LEDs to illuminate night scenes. Low light sensitivity is not good, so additional light is needed for visibility. The camera emitting visible light makes it very apparent at night, which may defeat the purpose of concealed surveillance.

Other Thoughts: Because of its reasonable price for the high-def images and wide feature set, I'm rating this unit 4 stars. On an absolute basis, ignoring price, it's probably 2 or 3 starts if the issues above are problematic for you. Having to continually refocus the lens to get highest quality images and receiving false alerts due to light changes both consume unnecessary time.

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  • Tony O.
  • 10/23/2011 10:56:35 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsNot true IR cam

Pros: See my earlier review.

Cons: See my earlier review.

Other Thoughts: This is a correction to my earlier review of this camera. I need to clarify the use of Power over Ethernet (PoE) and the D-Link DWL-P200 kit. I'm using a non-PoE switch which is why I needed both a PoE injector and a PoE splitter, both included with the D-Link kit. I mistakenly said that I mounted the injector next to the camera when in fact it is the splitter that gets mounted by the camera in order to supply both the data and power (I'd be using an injector alone if the camera was PoE capable). The point is that you won't be running just a single ethernet cable, you'll need to also mount the splitter next to the camera. It's an extra step but it beats running both Cat5 and a power cord, especially if you're mounting the camera to a place where A/C power is not within easy access. Finally, the camera requires 12V of power. The D-Link kit accommodates both 12V and 5V but the power cable it comes with has a tip for a 12V supply only (you'll need a tip adaptor to power a 5V camera).

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  • Tony O.
  • 10/15/2011 2:23:19 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsNot true IR night cam

Pros: DDNS capable, lots of admin and system features, good optics for the price, even in low light (but see "Cons" below and "Other thoughts" for the caveat). The SecuGuard software that came with mine allows monitoring of 64 cameras (not 16 as it says in the product description).

Cons: This is not a true IR camera. The lens sensitivity as stated on the box is 550nm, way below 700nm where the invisible infrared light spectrum begins (most IR cameras are rated 850nm). This is why this camera comes with WHITE LEDs which are a lot brighter than IR LEDs, so beware if you're looking for invisible IR light to illuminate your camera's field of view at night. I set up a wide angle IR illuminator right next to the cam in near complete darkness and it wasn't able to pick up anything. When I placed the IR light in front of the cam (about a foot away) it did pick up the circle of IR LEDs as white lights but nothing else around it. My original intent for this cam was as a baby monitor at night. The white LEDs are way too bright and annoyed the baby (it's like having a beam of light on all night). So I had to move this camera to the living room and will look for another IR cam for our bedrooms. Pity, I was planning to buy more of these because the image quality is good.

Other Thoughts: It would be nice if this was PoE so I wouldn't need to run a long power cord AND the Ethernet cable (since this particular model isn't wireless). To circumvent this, I bought the D-Link DWL-P200 kit and it works fine. I ran a CAT5e cable from the base unit of the DWL-P200 to the transmitter, which is essentially a PoE injector, and mounted the injector next to the camera on the ceiling. Problem solved. If only I could say the same for my night illumination needs.

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  • Bradley F.
  • 10/5/2011 12:25:43 PM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsAppears based on ABS 421M

Pros: Great camera for the price. Very useful features.

Cons: My first Rosewill edition and the optics are off. It's blurry on the left side, getting more blurry as you get to the left side of the field of view. Trying to decide if I should do a return/exchange. Hoping this isn't typical. I have 7 of the ABS MegaCam line and none had this issue.

IR LEDs would have been preferred over the white.

Other Thoughts: I was saddened when ABS dropped their MegaCams and very glad to see Newegg (Rosewill) picked them up. I'm hoping to see the wireless editions as well.

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  • Edge3000
  • 9/9/2011 9:46:10 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsBetter than Expected

Pros: the image quality is good for the price and firmware is functianal supports a lot of output formats. the 2 way audio is a plus also ( able to talk to someone messing with camera in remote location :) )

Cons: comes with white leds instead of Ir leds for night time video but ir iluminators are cheap to add.

Other Thoughts: for my use it is placed in remote location to capture wildlife video. and unit uses 12v dc so no stepdown is needed to run off solar battery setup :) outdoor enclosure will cost more than camera unless newegg starts carring them that would be nice hint hint :)

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