Friday, July 29, 2011

Reviews of Compro IP70 Network Camera

Surveillance cameras are more and more moving away from the analog to the digital domain. 
Advances in picture and video processing silicon, emergence of efficient video compression standards and abundance of cheap storage space have all contributed to bringing surveillance cameras to the consumer mainstream. 


As related homes become more ubiquitous, surveillance cameras are attention to become network enabled. 

These IP cameras are used to trace surveillance videos while also finding application for casual home monitoring, baby monitors etc. Their network nature enables users to keep path of the video over the Internet.

We have already reviewed a link of IP cameras at Nanotech. The Drop cam Echo came across as very customer friendly, while the Compro IP540 with the Pan-Tilt-Zoom feature was more specialized and catered towards businesses.

We have entry level offering, the Compro IP70, in our labs now. 

While the hardware itself has been approximately for quite some instance firmware updates were provided recently to bring support for Seedonk.

Seedonk is a basic webcam / IP camera service supposed to make the strategy more consumers friendly. 

We will start off with the package contents, cover the setup imitation and talk in detail about the Seedonk service and the ComproView software. 

A separate part will be devoted to the video and image quality.

Monday, July 11, 2011

Different varieties of Spy Cameras and Properties

The market for spy cameras today has delayed notoriously. This is because not only public feel the need for security and ask for security solutions more often, but also due to the truth that spy cameras themselves have become higher than what they were.

Primarily when the hidden cameras came into the market they were large and bulky and nothing close to being separate. 

These would serve only half their point as people would always know that they are under surveillance and would most often be on their best behavior. 

However, to catch the perpetrators red handed, more successful solutions were necessary that would help to stop the menace for once and for all. Catering to these needs the cameras in progress to evolve and today the spy cameras have been modified and improved for their purpose by leaps and bounds.

The biggest feature of spying is to be discreet. The person who is being spied upon should not recognize that he or she is being watched. 

A nanny who is taking care of your child will most clearly be on her best behavior when she knows that she is being watched. Still, when you are not looking, she might be mistreating your child. 

Your child capacity is too young or too scared to react or say anything. You are just rewarding your duty as a parent when you are installing a spy camera at your home to watch over your nanny cameras.

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Why home security more essential?

Today security is a more essence in this world. Weather it is of our homes or our shops; we need to give essential measures to make sure that we are not victims to the several miscreants that are consecutively rampant. We need to make sure that we are well protected.

There are many ways that we can do this. For a business like a supermarket, a spy cameras should become necessary. This is because it is not possible to put a security guard against every aisle to check shoplifting. The easiest way to watch ourselves against shoplifters is by the use of a hidden cameras. The camera can be cleverly covered behind a light bulb or new similar objects in the ceiling.
A CCTV monitor would be locating up in the security room where your hired security guard can keep a watch of all aisles. The cameras would be always recording and therefore you can catch somebody who is shoplifting in the act red handed. A CCTV camera also gives you irrefutable proof of someone who is trapped in the act and therefore there would be no second decisions or confusions about it.

CCTV cameras at supermarkets have helped owners decline the loss to their business by a great level. This has also helped in manufacture the business safe. There are many types of such cameras offered and there can be a complex set of cameras setup to ensure that the store is well protected.

Monday, July 4, 2011

10,000 spy cameras in Bangkok to make city safer

There are now 10,000 CCTV cameras working in Bangkok to make the capital safer, Bangkok Governor MR Sukhumbhand Paribatra said on Thursday.

CCTV spy cameras

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) had installed the 10,000 spy cameras near junctions and in areas where there was a high crime risk, and near schools, hospitals, community areas and important places around the capital, he said.

The city's CCTV cameras had so far recorded 652 crimes and further incidents robberies, physical attack and other crimes, and accidents, in both risk areas and community areas, said MR Sukhumbhand.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Hi Res Self Recording Spy Cameras gallery

The spy cameras on these pages have a built in self recording DVR that detects progress.

When Motion is detected, the DVR will initiate to record. Each recording will be separated into individual video clips.

The duration of each video clip will be resolute by the length of motion (Rangeing between 10 seconds to 2 minutes per clip). Stealth recording is made easy with our latest line of our Self-Recording Spy Cameras and Digital Video Recorders. The camera is activated by motion exposure. The camera records 10 seconds-2 minutes video clips onto a SD card inside the unit.

Some of the Hi Res Self Recording Spy cameras are:

Hi-Res Air Purifier Self Recording Spy Camera :

Hi-Res Air Purifier Self Recording Spy Cameravisit product

    Features :
    • The viewing angle is 80 degrees wide and 70 degrees tall.
    • There are no beeps, no lights, no noise and no sign that a camera or recorder is inside.
    • The video is easily playable on Windows Media Player or any other player. (DivX, etc.)
    • Key features are: camera Lens Sony 4.3mm Color CCD Pinhole Lens, 420 TV Lines Quality. Resolution: 640 x 480 DVD/MPEG2 Quality. Storage Mode: SD and HCSD Cards
      Recording Length: 10 seconds – 2 minutes per clip or per motion.

    Hi Res Brinks Floodlight Self Recording Spy Camera :

    Hi Res Brinks Floodlight Self Recording Spy Cameravisit product

    Features :
    • The camera is pointing out and slightly down.
    • The viewing angle is 80 degrees wide and 70 degrees tall.
    • There are no beeps, no lights, no noise and no sign that a camera or recorder is inside.
    • The video is easily playable on Windows Media Player or any other player. (DivX, etc.)
    • Key features are, Sony 4.3mm Color CCD Pinhole Camera Lens, 640 x 480 DVD/MPEG2 Resolution, 1GB, 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, 16GB Sizes Supported.
    Hi-Res IP40 iHome iPod Dock Spy Camera:

    Hi-Res IP40 iHome iPod Dock Spy Cameravisit product

    Features :
    • All of the original functions of the iHome docking station work.
    • Camera and recorder are powered by the iPod docking station’s own power cord.
    • The viewing angle is 80 degrees wide and 70 degrees tall.
    • There are no beeps, no lights, no noise and no sign that a camera or recorder is inside.
    • The video is easily playable on Windows Media Player or any other player. (DivX, etc.)
    • We have a support page on our website where we offer SECURE software downloads; answer common technical issues, installation information and general support.
    • Technical phone support is available during our normal business hours.
    • Key features are, Sony 4.3mm Color CCD Pinhole Camera Lens, 640 x 480 DVD/MPEG2 Quality Resolution, 12 FPS Frame rate

    Monday, June 20, 2011

    HP's TouchPad comes to sale in US on July 1

    US computer giant Hewlett Packard announced on Thursday that its opponent to Apple's hot selling iPod, the HP Touchpad, will go on sale in the United States on July 1.

    The touch screen tablet computer, which is powered by the webOS software platform bought from Palm, will be accessible in Britain, France, Ireland and Germany a few days later and in Canada in mid-July, HP said in a announcement.

    The device will go on auction in Australia, Hong Kong, Italy, New Zealand, Singapore and Spain later this year, the Palo Alto, California based HP said.

    HP said the report of the TouchPad which goes on sale in the United States next month will be Wi-Fi only.
    Apple offers both Wi-Fi and 3G versions of the iPad. HP said that it will be teaming up with AT&T to begin a 3G version of the TouchPad later this year.

    A TouchPad with 16 gigabytes of internal storage will sell for $499.99 in the United States while a 32GB version will sell for $599.99, HP said.

    It said pricing for other countries will be revealed later.

    "What makes HP TouchPad a compelling alternative to competing products is webOS," said Jon Rubinstein, senior vice president and general manager of HP's Palm Global Business Unit.

    Rubinstein was chief executive of Palm when it was bought by HP last year.

    HP, the world's top personal computer maker, acquired Palm and its webOS platform for $1.2-billion in a bid to become a player in the fast-growing market for smartphones and tablet computers.

    TouchPad weighs about 1.5 pounds (0.7 kilograms) and has a 9.7-inch (24.6 centimeter) display -- the same weight and screen size as the iPad.

    The iPad accounted for 83.9 percent of the total 17.6 million tablets sold in 2010, according to technology research company Gartner, which predicts worldwide tablet sales will soar to 294.3 million in 2015.
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    Monday, June 13, 2011

    Rumor : Unlocked iPhone 4 to hit U.S. this weekend

    The Apple rumor mill is grinding away already this week, with a report that an unlocked iPhone 4 will become an option for U.S. customers in Apple stores on Wednesday.

    The rumor comes courtesy of Twitter user @chronicwire, who apparently set up the account about a week ago and quickly started tweeting all kinds of purported iPhone leaks and rumors.

    The latest is that four specific models the MC603 (16GB, black) MC604 (16GB, white) MC605 (32GB, black) and MC606 (32GB, white) have already landed unlocked and retail-ready on U.S. shores.

    I've seen reports claiming that @chronicwire is a "well-known source" and that the unlocked iPhone rumor is considered "certain," but haven't been able to divine the basis for either, especially for a source that apparently materialized from thin air a week ago.

    It should also be noted that @chronicwire has been changing his or her story lately, intitially reporting that Apple would be announcing a MacBook Air refresh for back to school on Wednesday.

    Nonetheless, the notion of an unlocked iPhone being sold in Apple stores isn't unprecedented.

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