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Vonnic C907IP 640 x 480 MAX Resolution RJ45 Wireless IP Network Camera

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  • Wireless Camera
  • RJ45
  • 1/4" CMOS
  • 640 x 480 MAX Resolution

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The Vonnic C907IP is a Pan Tilt IP Network Camera that can be used in a variety of Surveillance applications. The Pan & Tilt camera with 1/4" CMOS image sensor, supports 0° to 350°Pan rotation and 0° to 60° Tilt rotation. This camera is perfect for monitoring very large areas.

  • newegg WiFi and RJ45 Connectivity The Vonnic C907IP uses the 802.11b/g wireless protocol to connect to your wireless network and provides RJ45 Ethernet port for wired network connection. With these flexible connectivity options, control and monitor of the camera from any remote PC in the network with a standard web browser or 3G mobile phone.
  • newegg High Quality Image Capture With a 1/4" CMOS Image Sensor, the Vonnic C907IP provides clear, smooth pictures up to 640 x 480 VGA/QVGA resolution at 30fps. And the built-in infrared LEDs enable night capturing capability up to 50 feet (15m) away.
  • newegg Pan/tilt With 350 degree pan and 60 degree tilt control, the Vonnic C907IP keeps your property or room under excellent surveillance.
  • newegg Motion detection support The motion detection feature means that the security of your property is secure. The camera starts recording once a suspect activity is detected.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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2 out of 5 eggsGood idea, shotty software

Pros: Wireless
Pan / Tilt / Zoom

Cons: Software

Other Thoughts: Software makes the camera practically impossible to set up and use

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  • Dodds R.
  • 4/13/2012 4:11:45 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsOut of Stock??? Really???

Pros: This is a Great device for home usage... not too expensive, and delivers better than desent images. Easy to install, and versatile in it's applications... The night vision is not bad, but for the price, who's gonna complain??? I curently have 4 of these, and would like more.

Cons: OUT OF STOCK??? I would like to purchase more of these to keep my cameras all the same. I know that there are other vendors out there with the exact same device, but are the drivers the same, for sure the price isn't, and I love it, when NewEgg has these on Sale!!!

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  • Anonymous
  • 3/31/2012 6:32:00 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGood Camera 4 $50

Pros: Price, P/T, Wireless. Easy setup.

Cons: Not Weatherproof, it needs more pixels.....

Other Thoughts: How about a weatherproof version?

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  • Eric C.
  • 3/24/2012 10:12:53 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsGood bang for the buck... But beware of phone-home to China...

Pros: * Price - snagged 5 when the were around 50 smackers including free shipping (thanks to SlickDeals notification).
* Internal relay can be triggered remotely to operate lights, garage door opener, or any other on/off device
* Microphone is plenty sensitive.
* The speed of rotation/pan can be set to any of 10 speeds. Fastest (0) will spin the camera the full range in < 2 seconds. It's VERY fast.
* Field of view is about 70° (3.6mm lens). That's just perfect for many small rooms - not too zoomed in.
* Image quality is not great (when compared to the latest 720P or higher cameras), but still better than any analog camera I've used.
* Works flawlessly with IPCamViewer (android app) - every feature available on the web interface is on the app.
* The web interface allows you to have one camera 'log in' to other cameras on the same LAN, so accessing just one IP address will show (and control) all other cameras

Cons: * Dynamic DNS client phones home to servers in China. There is NO way to disable this. An option is given to add a 'third-party' DDNS server, but it continues to provide China with your external IP address (and who knows what else). This is why I've dinged the camera TWO eggs. Everything else I can live with.
* Daylight color is trippy due to IR filter being always on.
* Having more than 3-4 cameras on a single WIFI network results in poor performance and stability.
* Camera is HUGE when installed on included mount. It is not discrete, and looks bad in public areas of the home.
* No integrated PoE, making installation more complex.
* No speaker on the camera, so if 2-way audio is required, additional speakers will have to be installed (there is an audio-out 3.5mm jack).

Other Thoughts: * The green LED can be turned off, or set to blink when it's connected to the network. Would be neat to have it blink ONLY when someone is logged in, but that's not an option.
* The output relay is normally closed. If the camera is reset, or loses power, it STAYS closed - a BIG plus. The ASAGIO version of this camera pulses the relay on during boot up.
* I have had ZERO lockups or quality issues on WIRED connections. Wifi is inherently unstable (when using more than three wirelessly at a time). I tried this with three different routers - including the latest ASUS RT-56U.
* Setup was a breeze. You do NOT need to install anything on the PC side to install the cameras on your network. It will, however download a plugin for your browser the first time you log in on the webGUI.
* If you plan on using a PC as an NVR to record/monitor more than 4 IP cameras at a time, it will require at least an i5 core, or it'll peg at 100% CPU.

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  • 3/23/2012 6:30:56 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsGood but not so good

Pros: This camera has a good image, also in the dark. It's somewhat tedious to configure for someone that is not comfortable with computers but if you read the instructions carefully you should improve your chances considerably.

Cons: After many conversations with Vonnic customer support, which is easy to reach but you have to be lucky to find someone that knows what he is talking about, they advised to exchange the camera because I couldn't connect it by wireless. Everything else worked (didn't mess with sound option or ftp, email alert but and it seemed somewhat difficult to set up). I don't think the camera is defective but they couldn't find the solution. They accessed my pc remotely and checked all the settings, nothing worked. Good image and different options available by LAN, but nothing on wireless. It is actually cool to have someone far away, over an ocean, to move around your camera and check things out in your backyard or something like that (like my mother).

Other Thoughts: I got a RMA from newegg and will wait for an exchange, hopefully that will do the trick. It's disappointing that I have to pay shipping for a product that was sent defective (as Vonnic says). I would give it a try if cheaper that $70.

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  • Kyle W.
  • 3/22/2012 6:02:16 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsNice Camera

Pros: Camera is actually good. Video quality is good. It's not going to be the best one, you get what you pay for.

Cons: Power cable is way to short. Camera mount is pretty much junk, mine broke just trying to tighten it so the camera would stay straight.

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5 out of 5 eggsWhat a deal!

Pros: Ridiculously easy setup. Better picture than I expected. Remote pan & tilt. Email and alarm notification.
I've wanted to buy an ip camera for a while and when they went on sale under $60 I bit. I'll be ordering more.

Cons: OK, I have to write a con before I can submit. Lemme think. Oh yeah. I had to plug it in.

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  • Anonymous
  • 3/16/2012 6:54:48 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGood product

Pros: Price. Easy set-up, e-mail option.

Cons: Indoor Camera only. Can't find out where to get the sound from. Nothing on the software and browser for audio settings. The schedule option looks a little tricky to use. Software and instruction need a better translation.

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  • Glenn N.
  • 3/14/2012 11:11:13 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

5 out of 5 eggsGreat Deal

Pros: This looks identical to a Foscam model. Perhaps Foscam has different firmware. Also I bought a Foscam 8910 that adds IR filter that automatically moves aside when area is well-lit - this filter eliminates the bad colors that some complain about.
Setup of Foscam is easy and does not require Windows. Port forwarding is not required, instead the camera can use UPnP to ask the router for open its port.

Cons: Setup can present some stumbling blocks, but for LAN access (e.g., 192.168), it is mostly plug and play.

Other Thoughts: Whether Vonnic, Foscam or other, these clearly come from one manufacturer. The hardware of these cameras is a real steal at under $100. Pan and tilt, wireless or wired access. Where else will you find all that?

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  • Jenell C.
  • 3/3/2012 5:31:42 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGood Camera - Tough Setup

Pros: The camera has great features, gives a good picture for the price including in low light, moves well, and works with a lot of different camera viewers

Cons: As other reviewers have said, it takes a while to setup and the documentation is inadequate and cryptic which is the reason for 4 eggs instead of 5.

Other Thoughts: If you are willing to spend the time in setup including a lot of trial and error along with some research on the internet, this can be a great camera. I am using it as a baby monitor and am very happy with the ability to monitor with a laptop or with an android phone (it eats up more of my megabytes of my cell phone plan than I thought it would - about 200mb from my camera viewer last month).

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