TRENDnet Indoor/Outdoor 1.3 Megapixel HD PoE IR Dome Style Network Camera, Digital WDR, 720p, IP66 Rated Housing, 82ft. Night Vision, ONVIF, IPv6, TV-IP321PI

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TRENDnet Indoor/Outdoor 1.3 Megapixel HD PoE IR Dome Style Network Camera, Digital WDR, 720p, IP66 Rated Housing, 82ft. Night Vision, ONVIF, IPv6, TV-IP321PI

TRENDnet Indoor/Outdoor 1.3 Megapixel HD PoE IR Dome Style Network Camera, Digital WDR, 720p, IP66 Rated Housing, 82ft. Night Vision, ONVIF, IPv6, TV-IP321PI

  • PLUG & PLAY HOME & BUSINESS CAMERA- Easily set up this Indoor/Outdoor 1.3MP HD PoE Network camera today at your home or business-which allows motion detection programing, digital wide dynamic range (D-WDR),QoS traffic prioritization, IP address filtering and much more, with ONVIF, IPv6 support, and remote viewing with power over Ethernet to save installation costs.
  • INTUITIVE SOFTWARE, VIEW ANYWHERE, ANYTIME- TRENDnet’s intuitive software supports up to 32 cameras, multiple language support, allows you to set recording options like motion detection, scheduling, or event trigger, search and playback, while viewing your camera on your mobile device using the TRENDnet free Apple and Android app-Compatible with: Windows 10/8.1/.8/7, Vista, XP, Windows Server 2003, 2008-Windows PC and Apple Mac Web Browsers (IE, Firefox, and Safari).
  • NIGHT VISION VIEWING- See up to 25 meters (82 ft.) in complete darkness, the indoor/outdoor 3MP cameras provide Minimum Illumination: IR off: 0.01 lux/ IR on: 0 lux/ with Smart IR adjustment that optimizes night visibility.
  • INSTALLATION ADJUSTABILITY & WEATHERPROOF-Adjustable integrated mounting provide installation flexibility with camera viewing angles of Horizontal: 70°, Vertical: 52°, Diagonal: 89° along with IP66 weather rated cameras providing an operating temperature range of -40 ° – 60 °C (-40° – 140 °F).
  • 3 YEAR WARRANTY- TRENDnet stands by and backs this product with a 3 Year Warranty with unlimited 24/7 Technical support.

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  1. 93 of 96 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars Night vision is mostly useless on this camera., January 12, 2016
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    Night vision is mostly useless on this camera. Daytime the resolution and performance are awesome at 1920x1080 (HD) and 30 fps—super sharp and great color. At night, when the camera goes into infrared night vision mode, the frame rate drops to 4 fps which is useless because anyone walking through the frame looks like a ghost (unless I have a bunch of ghosts walking by my house at night—then I have a different problem). Even reducing the resolution down to 720p (1280x720) does not fix the frame rate—still at 4 FPS. I have other TrendNet cameras that do fine in the night with their infrared giving me at least 15 FPS which you can see what people look like no problem. If you are looking for a 24 hour security camera, this is not the camera for you. If you only have criminals that come by your house during the day, this camera will work great.
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    Amazon Customer2017-11-04 18:10
  2. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars only windows, but decent image quality, October 12, 2016
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    Oliver (Arlington, MA United States) -
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    The picture quality is quite good. I post 2688x1520 pictures
    [...]
    taken every minute by this camera. The camera is designed
    with a windows user in mind. I don't use windows and just configured
    the camera to ftp the pictures to my personal machine from where the lateset
    is pushed via cron to the webserver. I would never put that camera directly on the
    web as it has a bad reputation of being hackable. This might have changed
    as they have hardened it a bit. Its possible to ssh into the camera but the "user"
    does not get a shell. One can however configure most basic stuff (like network stuff) without
    windows. Just video and motion detection parts etc configuration does not work.
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    Oliver2017-11-04 18:31
  3. 4.0 out of 5 stars Great Value, Good Performance, January 11, 2016
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    The Trendnet TV-IP320PI has proven itself to be solid performing and affordable IP camera in a compact form factor for my home surveillance system. I'm currently running 6 of these IP cameras on a desktop system running with an Intel i5 Quad Core processor and 16GB of ram. Don't skimp on processing horsepower, more than 1 or 2 cameras will overwhelm that 3 year old laptop of yours if you're setting up a robust home system. If you just plan on 1 or 2 cameras and are happy viewing them on line on your smart phone, you are good to go.
    Video quality is good and so far they have stood up well to the often harsh environment in the Southern Nevada area. They are easy to install, and after a bit of puzzling on how to communicate with the camera itself, easy to set up. These cameras are equipped with Power Over Ethernet (POE) capabilities and therefore don't require an additional run of cable to the camera for power. This of course means having a router or switch capable of providing POE to your device. I am using 2 Trendnet TPE-S44 8 port switches for my setup. Why 8 port for 7 cameras you ask? Switches capable of providing POE power (at the consumer level anyway) only include 4 ports that provide POE out of the 8. Because of price point considerations and other interconnection requirement I went with the 8 port rather than try to find a 4 port solution. The price didn't warrent stepping it down to 4 ports.
    This camera can be used stand-alone or in multiples with free software included with your purchase or directly to the camera on line. I am using Blue Iris, a video surveillance software, because it is stable, robust and affordable, if not a bit complex at times. This camera is supported on Blue Iris and integrated seamlessly.
    This product would have a 5 star rating except for one issue. When I set up my first camera I was unable to change any settings or view video on line when accessing the camera. I use Chrome as my default browser, and there lies the problem. After contacting Threndnet support (their answer came very quickly) I found the problem was that the NPAPI plugin is no longer supported on Chrome. This plugin has to do with viewing video from within a browser window and and dates back to the 90's. By today's standards it is considered vulnerable to attack and has been replaced by other methods in Chrome. This API is also not supported in Microsoft Edge. Using Windows Explorer I was able to access the camera and view video. There are also apps and software available that allow viewing this camera on line with your portable devices, including Trendnet and Blue Iris. I am told Trendnet is working on some form of support for Chrome and Edge, but here was not specific answer to this particular issue. The camera is still viewable on a variety of browsers,
    All in all this product has been a good experience.
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    Anonymous2017-11-04 18:44