out of stock Vimtag Cp1-X FHD 1080p Wi-Fi Security Camera $59.20 Delivered @ A1_Electrictoys eBay

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these great quailty built wifi cameras do not require any chunky dvr box or heavy wiring to make it record and work, all you need is either wifi or ethernet cable, plug and play. they also suppory thier own dvr box, and cloud storage.

if you wants to try one of these, download the vimtag app from either google play store or ios store then click on 'try it now' to experience all online live streamings with different resloution units.

full Support from www.vimtags.com.au

Video Compression H.264
Light Frequency 50Hz, 60Hz
Image Frame rate 25fps
Image Resolution HD1080P 1920 x 1080,
Image Adjustment Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Sharpness
White Balance BLC Automatically
Night Vision Two 940nm infrared lamp, irradiation distance:10 meters

believe lot of us has benefited from their last price error listing,which they honored the deal.

now after ebay 20% off deal, price comes down to $59,very good price consider everywhere else sells for $80-$100.

reviews on amazon

youtube

make sure you update to the most recent vimtag app in either google app store or ios store and also update firmware on camera through app to get the most uodated service and feature.

enjoy

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    are these cloud based? or can you connect to them directly like the foscams?

    im looking for a foscam replacement

  • +3 votes

    Can vouch for the brand - make good quality products for the price. Used to rely on Xiaomi Xiaofang. But Vimtag is much more stable, no need to worry about setting the wrong region etc.

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      agree there. they are really great for the price. i own one of their outdoor unit too,really impressed with quailty.

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    Terrible reviews on google play for the app. Lots of reports of it crashing.

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      thats the old generation app which was not stable at all, they have been updated the app couple times already and no issues so far from my prespertive. their app and camera firmware is regularly get updated, IMO its a lot better than these no name cameras that sold without any service at all.

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        That's good to know.
        Do you know how they compare to the Xiaomi cameras? I have a fair bit of Xaiomi gear.

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          xiaomi is making lot of things but vimtag is only making security cameras,quailty wise and support, vimtag is far more better.

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        Just an update.
        I bought a few of these vimtag cameras and can confirm the app is terrible as per reviews.
        Lots of crashing and glitches.
        Good cameras though.
        Hopefully they address the multitude issues with the app.

  • +1 vote

    Is there a way to connect to the video stream from outside of using the app? Like rstp?

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      they dont Support rtsp now unfortunately

      • +3 votes

        Umm im looking for a wifi cam that I can use with homeassistant away from the vendors native apps. Anyone found anything useful and reasonably priced?

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          Yeah, me too. Interested to know.

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          Me too. Im currently using Xiaomi Xiaofang with the hacks installed but i have to keep rebooting it, so not reliable

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          I have a Xioami Xiaofang camera in the garage with the Fanghacks mod.

          It transmits in RTSP, but I have a windows box that converts it to a HTML5 supported stream (via VLC) which works natively in HomeAssistant (the Pi3 I'm running on is not great at encoding video which is why I passed it off to VLC).

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          Pardon my noob question. I'm looking at wifi cameras to be able to remotely monitor my house. What is the point of having this unit if you cannot access externally?

          Is it for the purpose of reviewing particular footage after an event has happened?

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            @mrstan: WiFi camera means u can look up ur home WiFi then view it in your phone aywhere in the world, if U got a sd card in the camera, can also download the recorded files on camera.

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          Looking at the commit history of the forks this seems to be the latest: https://github.com/davidjb/fang-hacks
          I have tried it and its more reliable than the original fang hacks.

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        Onvif compatibility?

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    I bought two of these from two different sellers (ebay and amazon). Neither functioned. Both 'powered up', but neither responded in the way the instructions described, neither successfully paired over wifi or registered on ethernet. Both returned. I'm reasonably savvy with this sort of thing too.

    Instructions like "Step 1: Connect power and wait for light to go out", and the light never comes on in the first place, or comes on and stays on forever (can't recall). Annoying crap like that.

  • +1 vote

    I wonder how good is this compared to the newly created simcam?

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    Does this have a feature where it gives you notifications for motion detection and records like 5-10 seconds

    Like how the xiaomi camera does

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    Upvote for it, a lot better than the xiaomi one,image clarity is superb.

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    A security camera without an IP rating is more a toy than a security camera.

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    Any reason this can't be used as a baby monitor?

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      Any IP camera can be used for a baby monitor, but the 'baby monitor' label usually indicates a premium to take advantage of suckers who wouldn't know any different to a normal IP camera.

      The PTZ and night vision are advantageous, as are the built-in speaker and mic for child-checking purposes, so it'd definitely work.

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      Depends on what you're looking for in a baby monitor - if it's just to check in on demand sure but it might lack a few features that baby monitors specifically have that for me would certainly be a deal breaker

      1. Do you want a paired monitor with a direct connection to the camera? No monitor is ehhh - who wants to leave their phone on with the app open every time bub is asleep? Most wifi baby monitors will have both a dedicated monitor and also let you connect in with a mobile app.
      2. Noise threshold - a proper baby monitor will usually allow you to set a threshold, so sounds only comes through if it's louder than the threshold set and importantly let you easily set the threshold on the fly depending time of day, where you are etc.
      3. 2 way audio - a good baby monitor will allow you to talk back through your monitor or phone out the camera end so you can settle your baby without having to go to their room (life saver when they have nightmare at 3 am and a few soothing "hush hush's" through the monitor is all they need to get them back to sleep)
      4. Music / background noise - a nice to have, good baby monitors usually have a setting where you can turn on music or white-noise to help bub sleep or to mask outside noises so the rest of the family doesn't have to tip toe around. Could also be accomplished with a separate device but nice to have it all tied remotely to the one monitor.
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        Can you recommend any baby monitors that offer the features you described above? Sounds like the ultimate deal

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          Motorola MBP range is solid, but save yourself some money and don't bother with the Connect (wifi) version. Outside of messing around I've never used my mobile over the monitor. Saving grace for the wifi version is I'm thinking I could use it as a security camera once the little one has outgrown it.

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        Temp and monitor. The monitor makes a huge diff. I tried an ip cam. No good with flakey push notifications that were too slow

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    Anyone know if this would be supplied with an Australian power plug connection, or would I need an adaptor?

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    I cannot believe even camera has fan noise issue, do not buy this brand

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    Anyone know if this is compatible with Google Home? Guessing not, as I couldn't find any references to it, but thought I'd check.

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    If you'e after a good inexpensive camera with night vision and good quality, I picked this one up a few months ago. Its definitely impressed me. Some videos on youtube if you're curious.

    https://www.amazon.com.au/Wireless-ANRAN-Security-Surveillan...

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    Guys I'm thinking using this in my office but if I understand correctly it has a SD card slot in it so if someone was to see the camera they could just rip out the camera and take the whole thing with them so theres no evidence? Is it possible to have local storage to maybe a HDD so I can put that in a safe with a wire coming out to the camera?

    New to these cameras so its kinda confusing.

    Cheers

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      You can either use their dvr box which called s1, or choose the cloud service to store your data.

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    look fantastic! excellent…some details in the product pages guys…for Q's above

    • supports RTSP according to the site
    • has motion sensing capability
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      can you provide a link? My search doesn't mention that it does. I got the Genbolt for this reason, but would prefer this as I think it has superior night vision - according to the specs.

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        Was right off their site on the product page

        One of them was in the technical specifications tab

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          ah you're right… https://www.vimtags.com.au/cp1-x-tech oh well I've already ordered the Genbolt adn it looks like it's too late anyway.

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            @jtb: No worries jtb, TBH had a brief look at the one you got looked good too, similar…at that point I had read enough about the vimtag one to pull the trigger and wasn't keen to investigate more!

            But always good to know for future purchases so let us know pls on how you go with it too

  •  

    I have the Vimtag CP1. Worked fine for a couple of months but now the microphone on the camera won't work.

    I could talk to the kids from work during school hols via the app and they could hear me but I couldn't hear anything they were saying. Have done a firmware and app update but to no avail.

    Has anyone experienced this?

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    Still out of stock - doh. Looking for the outdoor ones someone mentioned.

    Do any of the outdoor ones support PoE via an injector or equivalent (so you don't need to position this near 240v or use a plug pack etc..)

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    If anyone on IOS is having trouble getting it to connect to wifi, try using an android phone. Spent an hour trying to work out why it was failing to connect to my wifi, worked straight away via android. Go figure.

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      If it's anything like the Yeelights it could be because your iOS device is set to only pick up 5GHz WiFi, while this uses 2.4GHz.
      I had a similar issue with an android device where I'd chosen that setting. Turned it off and it found the device and connected fine.

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