Imou Ranger 2 Wi-Fi 1080p Pan/Tilt Camera with Motion Tracking $39.99 Delivered @ imou eBay

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This camera was very popular last time it was posted so I organised another deal with Imou.

The main features of this indoor camera is that it has 360° pan/tilt control via the phone app, motion detection that will follow and track people, night vision with IR and ONVIF/RTSP support.

Other features include H.265 1080p video, 2MP sensor, NVR/Cloud/MicroSD storage, 2.4GHz Wifi, Ethernet (not PoE), two-way audio and an app for iOS, Android & PC.

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URL for RTSP:

rtsp://admin:<safetycode>@<ipaddress>:554/cam/realmonitor?channel=1&subtype=0&unicast=true&proto=Onvif

Safety code is found on the bottom of the camera.

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Comments

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    Comes up as $39.99 with code, not $39.39

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      I read my price wrong it would seem.

  • +1 vote

    can this be integrated to home assistant?

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      Quick Google found this.

      • -1 vote

        what is the answer?

        the thread is kinda long and not sure what the answer was

        • +1 vote

          I linked the solution for the particular issue the person who made the topic was experiencing. People are free to Google the solution to their questions further if they really want to know.

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      Yes.

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        Thanks

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    Does it have night vision, and if so are the red led lights visible?

    Not sure if all rtsp works this way, but can you also just get a jpg/image of the current capture? Eg http://[IPADDRESS]:[PORT]/cgi-bin/CGIProxy.fcgi?cmd=snapPicture2&usr=[USER]&pwd=[PWD]

    • +1 vote

      It has night vision with an optional red light for IR that can be toggled on or off.

      http won't work. Myself and another worked very hard in the last deal to find the rtsp login but every http combination I tried for Dahua cameras failed.

  • +2 votes

    Thanks OP! Just bought a second one, these are excellent cameras for the money!
    The cloud service isn’t worth signing up for…a 128gb memory card is all you need to store any video data!

    • +1 vote

      I agree with you there. I use mine inside and it loves to track the cat all day long.

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        The tracking on this particular camera is brilliant! It’s movement is also very quiet compared to other brands I’ve owned. This is my 4th imou camera and I recommend them to all my family and friends. Our neighbour across the road had her number plates stolen on Monday and I was hoping our front camera might have caught the theft in progress. Unfortunately it was just out of view :( I recommended she buy an outdoor imou camera and aim it on her car!

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          why would someone steal number plates?

          are they trying to use it as a getaway car for a bank job?

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            @pinkybrain: It’s happening everywhere these days! Young kids mostly taking cars for joy rides, swapping the plates gives them a little more time to avoid police detection. The police officer investigating said they’ll usually try to match the car model and colour.

          • +1 vote

            @pinkybrain:

            why would someone steal number plates?

            are they trying to use it as a getaway car for a bank job?

            Plate cloning (reproducing a replica, usually on paper or vinyl, and generally not particularly sophisticated) is becoming more common, but number plate theft is a huge problem across Australia.

            The most common application is installing genuine plates to a stolen car that are similar or identical in make/model/colour to more easily avoid law enforcement detection (e.g. variations of speed activation cameras, toll points). These vehicles are then used to commit a string of property offences, such as stealing fuel, burglaries and robberies. The cars are generally dumped within a few days.

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        how many cameras and what models do you own?

        • +1 vote

          I have two Ranger 2 indoor cameras and two outdoor cameras. All imou brand and the app is one of the best I’ve used!

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            @jono1971: so you got 2 of these Ranger 2 cameras in this deal?

            and what models are the outdoor cameras of the imou?

            Do you think getting 4k or 2k is good for outdoor?

            1080p is alright but can be less clear for outdoor when objects e.g. cars (numplate) is further away from the camera.

            would be good if imou releases 4k cameras

  •  

    Thanks OP and commenters. Bought one.
    Seems to be a no brainer at this price.

  • +1 vote

    thanks op .. i got one too to play…

    can u get them to do a deal on the imou poe bullet (IPC-F22A) please,
    they are great and I want to get some more of those!

  •  

    Tried this with a blue Iris (via Ethernet). Would constantly drop out. Thankfully got it through Amazon and returns was easy.

    But otherwise a nice well-featured camera for the price.

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      did u configure it properly?
      mine arrived on tues. been running since on BI without any issues.. maybe u got a lemon ?

  • +1 vote

    how do these compare with the xiaomi mi 360 or TP Link Tapo C200?

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      these are made by dahua.. a real and proper security camera maker.

      xiaomi makes and invests in smartphones, mobile apps, laptops, home appliances, bags, shoes, consumer electronics.

      TP Link is a maker of networking products.

      so who do you think will likely make a better security camera?

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        Huawei?

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          u r almost right… these cameras are powered by HiSilicon Hi3516.

  •  

    Can this be mounted upside down? Like to the ceiling?
    And would it be OK outside under shelter (like in a car port)?

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      No ceiling mount for this one. The back of it where the power goes is exposed so it's not suitable for outdoor use.

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      actually in the box it does have a mounting plate to mount it on the ceiling upside down.. however as clear has said.. the back is exposed..

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        Yeah, I saw that in the manual. Looks like it's not a bad option for under a deck or car port roof, as long as wind blown rain cannot get near it.

  •  

    What’s the best bang for buck for an outdoor version at front of house under the eave?

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      you want a outdoor ptz? then have to look at hikvision or dahua.

      hik example can be HIK-2DE2A404ID3

      dahua example can be SD22204UE-GN

      just do a google search for the model numbers listed above.. no ozbargain deals yet for these cameras..