Belkin NetCam HD Wireless IP Camera for Tablet and Smartphone with Night Vision and Digital Audio (F7D7602)

Not only does the Belkin Net Cam HD allow you to keep tabs on kids or pets from your Smartphone or tablet it also allows you to see all the action in vibrant 720p HD video. Ideal for anyone who has kids, pets, or grandparents at home, the camera captures smooth video and crisp digital

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Not only does the Belkin Net Cam HD allow you to keep tabs on kids or pets from your Smartphone or tablet it also allows you to see all the action in vibrant 720p HD video. Ideal for anyone who has kids, pets, or grandparents at home, the camera captures smooth video and crisp digital audio that makes you feel like you’re right there with them. You can watch and hear all the fun on your mobile device, wherever you go now in HD!

Product Features

  • 720p HD: High definition video gives you a sharp, clear more vivid picture.
  • Easy setup: Use your smartphone, tablet or computer to connect directly to your Wi-Fi network.
  • Wide Angle Video: See more of a room so you know what?s going on.
  • Night Vision: Infrared lets you clearly see when there?s little to no light.
  • Crystal clear sound: Listen to what?s going on in the room.
  • Compatible with Android and iOS devices.
  • Mobile Device Recording: Record live video right to your mobile device.
  • Movement Detection Notifications: Enjoy piece of mind with email alerts.

Comments

Lon J. Seidman "lonseidman@gmail .com" says:

Poor video quality, horrible framerate when recording I’m not sure if this product falls short because of its hardware or the lousy app that accompanies it. Belkin certainly makes a nice presentation with great packaging and industrial design, but unfortunately the product itself operates more like a relic of the 90′s than a useful high definition wifi camera.Despite the fact you’ll see an iPad in the product description, the app that the camera requires is not a native iPad app. In fact searching for the app using the iPad’s app store will turn up nothing – it does, however, show up when iPhone apps are included in the search. The app runs in the iphone emulation mode that results in a smaller size image – pretty much negating the “high definition” resolution of the camera.But it gets worse. What’s immediately apparent is the horrific framerate the camera delivers even over a local network. Initially it looks a lot like a convenience store surveillance camera that runs at only a few…

L.Gildart says:

Okay for My Purposes. Quality is Lacking. This was incredibly easy to set up, and the only thing I am using it for is to see who is at the front door (I live in an upstairs apartment). The camera is fairly well-suited to that task, and it seems to stay connected just fine with my iPhone 4, but I’m not actually using it that often or asking that much of it. The video quality suffices to show me whether it’s the UPS driver or a person here to give me a copy of Watchtower.What the camera supposedly *does* but doesn’t do well:It’s not good for video chatting. The video quality, while supposedly HD, is considerably worse than the front camera on my iPhone 4, and audio is lousy.Motion sensitive security: way too sensitive and annoying.Recording video: Nope. It’s like a strobe sequence in a horror movie. Just, nope.Bottom line -> this is not a good value in an IP camera. As of this writing, it is every bit as expensive as the higher quality cameras that are…

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