Dropcam HD: Smallest Wi-Fi monitoring camera
Posted on 04 April 2012.
The Dropcam HD Wi-Fi video monitoring camera comes with automatic night vision and HD-quality video. You can access the live video stream anytime, anywhere - from a computer, iPhone, Android phone, iPad or Android tablet. When your camera detects motion or loud noises, youíll get an email and mobile push notification making it easy to stay up to date with whatís happening at home when youíre busy and on the go.

For privacy, your video is encrypted and streamed through the cloud, not your computer, so itís safe in case of any computer trouble or theft.

About the size of a yo-yo, and in dťcor-friendly monochromatic colors, this small camera is designed to fit ambiently into your home while it acts as your eyes and ears when youíre not there. Dropcam HD plugs into a wall outlet, so itís always on and capturing live video whenever you need it Ė youíll never worry about running out of battery power.

Dropcam HD offers all of these features in one video monitoring camera:

Easy 60-second setup. 1. Plug it in. 2. Select your Wi-Fi network. 3. Personalize it. Dropcam HD is online and ready to go in three automated, pain-free steps.

Night vision. Reasons to keep an eye on what you care about donít stop when the sun goes down. Dropcam HDís superior night vision turns on automatically and allows you to see even the biggest living room clearly.

Talk back with two-way audio. Respond to what youíre watching as it happens with two-way audio, even on your smartphone.

DVR Recording. While real-time viewing of your video is free and always accessible, Dropcam offers 24/7 offsite cloud recording so you donít miss an important moment. Dropcamís DVR helps you go back in time to see what you didnít catch with real-time viewing. (Dropcam DVR is optional and starts at $9.95 per month.)

Unlike a traditional IP camera, Dropcam HD is made to stream live, wide-angle, 720p video around the clock. Intelligent networking algorithms ensure Dropcam HD avoids throttling and bandwidth caps from your service provider.


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