This is a good question. Anyone?
I guess the new firmware by foscam supports web UI and support up to 9 cameras. Saw this somewhere when I Google sometime back.Will put the link if I find it.
then am using FI9820W of foscam which is a hd one. I bought it only because its was the only good quality hd cam i could get in my budget.
IP cams still need a DVR to record to- yes no need for a $1000 capture card any longer- but you still need a higher end core i7 system with a decent hard drive for HD cams.
The main advantage to IP cams is ease of installation because you can run just a single cat5 run to each camera, and you can easily do firmware updates with the cams in place.
"I say we take off and nuke the entire site from orbit. It's the only way to be sure...."
I believe this will depend on your network security, and not the camera since they are connected to your network. So, if you've got a pretty good security network then I don't think it should be an issue.
Here's one source: http://www.informationweek.com/security/vulnerabilities/wireless-camera-flaws-allow-remote-explo/240153001
I feel safer when leaving home since installing my foscam. I also got this little app for my iPhone for easy remote access called Cams2Me. I get a live video feed and audio if I want it plus alerts if anything's going on and best of all I can record any and ALL activity. For anyone interested its at Cams2Me.net .. bought mine at Apple Store (you can put on iPad too) tunes.apple.com/us/app/cams2me/id757008976 Best Luck with your set-up!
While the Foscams (and other 640 x 480) are good, they are nowhere near as good as HD cams and for the price, the HD cams are a much better value.
I've been using them daily for 8 months - they are very unique and sophisticated IP Cameras. The motion detection i
There was some problems with Logitech running out of supply - for months - but now they seem to be coming back on the market according to reports from customers on the Internet.
I like the cameras so much - I have made them the first supported camera for a new software I am writing. If you have a Logitech Alert camera and want to help me test the new software - please contact me. Than you. (P.S. I'm not associated with Logitech, I'm just a customer of theirs).
Also they are IP66. You can buyy dedicated NVRs for them on ebay for about $400, which includes an 8 port POE Switch. Whats also cool about the NVR, It supports Third Party cameras, so you could probably use your current Logitechs on them.
Link to NVR
Just put in a few of your hard drives and your good to go. Has iPhone/Android Interface and PC Gui.