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Old 18-01-2016, 02:16 PM   #3661
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Bro, u upgraded to Sineoji 593V Cam ?
which app are u using now ? ipcam viewer or tinycam ?
Hey just upgraded to 593V .... Wider viewer using IPcam .... Value for money.
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Old 18-01-2016, 02:56 PM   #3662
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hi - anyone knows what the url to access the vstarcam remotely?

http://uid.???
Same usual DDNS method
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Old 18-01-2016, 03:05 PM   #3663
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Same usual DDNS method
they have to have a domain name right?
Sorry Im asking on behalf of my colleague, and its not something that i bought.
Look online and couldn't find this info.

Im wondering how the software detects the camera just from the UID, surely they have a fixed domain for this?

A little background: She installed it via the PnP method - but wants to monitor from workplace, which have firewall in place
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Old 18-01-2016, 06:51 PM   #3664
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Anyone using IP Cam Viewer apps ?... who to know the webcam is set to HD in the apps ? I am using PV339.
You referring to the PV339V - HD 720P by Sineoji? Think you can choose a Foscam HD driver. Look for a HD version of Foscam and try.
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Old 21-01-2016, 03:37 PM   #3665
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Seeking Expert(s) advice

Dear all,

With intentions to install CCTV in my home (semi-detached), I was quoted by a company the following:

CCTV System
Hikvision DVR DS-7200HQHI-SH series ($980)
Hikvision DS-2CE16D1T-IR x 2 ($340)
Hikvision DS-2CE56D1T-IR x 2 ($260)

There aren't much information on the aforementioned models written in this thread, and from what I understand, these are hardwired and do not provide remote watching via smart phones. Vstarcam is mentioned more often - and seemed to be the most recommended ones (not to mention, a lot cheaper too)

Forgive me for sounding daft, but would appreciate if some kind soul can provide me advise on the items quoted to me, and perhaps offer cheaper/better alternatives.

Many thanks in advance
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Old 21-01-2016, 04:01 PM   #3666
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Dear all,

With intentions to install CCTV in my home (semi-detached), I was quoted by a company the following:

CCTV System
Hikvision DVR DS-7200HQHI-SH series ($980)
Hikvision DS-2CE16D1T-IR x 2 ($340)
Hikvision DS-2CE56D1T-IR x 2 ($260)

There aren't much information on the aforementioned models written in this thread, and from what I understand, these are hardwired and do not provide remote watching via smart phones. Vstarcam is mentioned more often - and seemed to be the most recommended ones (not to mention, a lot cheaper too)

Forgive me for sounding daft, but would appreciate if some kind soul can provide me advise on the items quoted to me, and perhaps offer cheaper/better alternatives.

Many thanks in advance
I have been sineoji camera and my experience with their cameras has been good. I have it both in my office and home.

Their customer service is bar none.

Prices are reasonable. For as low as $139 includes installation, it is a steal. 3 years warranty some more !

Samsung is not bad too but comes with a price tag.
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Old 21-01-2016, 04:11 PM   #3667
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Dear all,

With intentions to install CCTV in my home (semi-detached), I was quoted by a company the following:

CCTV System
Hikvision DVR DS-7200HQHI-SH series ($980)
Hikvision DS-2CE16D1T-IR x 2 ($340)
Hikvision DS-2CE56D1T-IR x 2 ($260)

There aren't much information on the aforementioned models written in this thread, and from what I understand, these are hardwired and do not provide remote watching via smart phones. Vstarcam is mentioned more often - and seemed to be the most recommended ones (not to mention, a lot cheaper too)

Forgive me for sounding daft, but would appreciate if some kind soul can provide me advise on the items quoted to me, and perhaps offer cheaper/better alternatives.

Many thanks in advance
how much recording do you need?

The DVR can be replaced by Synology NAS with Surveillance Station software, good enough for most home use and can be used as media server.
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Old 22-01-2016, 01:12 PM   #3668
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Dear all,

With intentions to install CCTV in my home (semi-detached), I was quoted by a company the following:

CCTV System
Hikvision DVR DS-7200HQHI-SH series ($980)
Hikvision DS-2CE16D1T-IR x 2 ($340)
Hikvision DS-2CE56D1T-IR x 2 ($260)

There aren't much information on the aforementioned models written in this thread, and from what I understand, these are hardwired and do not provide remote watching via smart phones. Vstarcam is mentioned more often - and seemed to be the most recommended ones (not to mention, a lot cheaper too)

Forgive me for sounding daft, but would appreciate if some kind soul can provide me advise on the items quoted to me, and perhaps offer cheaper/better alternatives.

Many thanks in advance
HIKVISION is one of the better brands out there for commercial security. Very good stability at a price. They are top 10 company in China for reliability. Have an SG office here. So, you can consider.

VStarcam wise, I dare not recommend anymore.

But the OEM that my colleagues got exchange for with top up, works better. None complain about instability and downtime which is important

Go for HIKVISION if you can. Their consumer range unfortunately is not available in SG.
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Old 22-01-2016, 01:33 PM   #3669
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hi can sineoji write to nas or just to microsd only? tks
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Old 22-01-2016, 05:24 PM   #3670
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Just got my new Sineoji PT593V HD IP Camera installed. As expected, it was really a great service and experience 👍🏻
Great attitude and excellent customer service. Really no horse run ❌🐴🐎

Ordered it online yesterday noon and got it installed today 2pm.

Nicely done wiring and trunking work by Dean! Your service really bring up the brand name. Thanks Bro! 👍🏻
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Old 22-01-2016, 11:47 PM   #3671
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hi can sineoji write to nas or just to microsd only? tks
both.

But to NAS is via FTP only.
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Old 26-01-2016, 10:07 AM   #3672
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Foscam

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My Foscam lens has these "blurry" spots. Are these defects and can they be "cleaned" from the inside of the lens?

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Old 27-01-2016, 05:21 PM   #3673
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Hi

My Foscam lens has these "blurry" spots. Are these defects and can they be "cleaned" from the inside of the lens?

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B81...3NTA2VFFV/view
Hi, that looks like water droplets when into the lens, my sineoji ipcams has them too, rain droplets went into the lens.

advise is to avoid any water source if you can

you can try rma if you want,
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Old 28-01-2016, 10:51 AM   #3674
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Hi, that looks like water droplets when into the lens, my sineoji ipcams has them too, rain droplets went into the lens.

advise is to avoid any water source if you can

you can try rma if you want,
Unfortunately I don't think its water droplets as it has been there for many weeks. I have difficulties in doing RMA for this item.
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Old 28-01-2016, 03:45 PM   #3675
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Unfortunately I don't think its water droplets as it has been there for many weeks. I have difficulties in doing RMA for this item.
how come foscam don't allow you?
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