Samsung SmartCam HD Plus 1080p Wi-Fi IP Monitoring Camera
Select zones within this camera’s field of view to receive special alerts whenever movement occurs there.
Check In from Anywhere
Whether you’re down the street or across the country, you can always know what’s going on at home. WiFi connectivity lets this camera stream live video securely to a compatible app for your smartphone, so you can see what’s happening from anywhere you have cellular or WiFi reception.
Clear Video, Even at Night
Night vision helps this camera provide nighttime surveillance footage that’s as useful as that recorded in daylight. An IR filter lets the camera peer through the darkness and record clear video without creating any visible illumination in the room—perfect for checking in on sleeping babies or for other situations where a bright light would be disruptive.
You don’t have to check in at home constantly; this camera sends your smartphone a notification if something might be going on. Whenever the integrated motion sensor detects suspicious movement, it immediately tells you to check the live stream so that you can determine whether or not there’s an intruder.
- Model number: SNH-V6414BN
- 1080p full HD streaming and recording
- 130° ultra-wide viewing angle
- 2-way talk
- Night vision up to 32ft.
- Motion-sensing technology
- WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
- Supports a microSD memory card (up to 128GB capacity)
- Stream on web or mobile viewer (see full specs for more details)
- Powered via micro USB
- Condition: new
- Product dimensions: 11” (W) x 13” (H) x 2” (D)
- Full specifications
Set contents: WiFi camera, power adapter, quick-start guide, screw and anchor set, warranty card, 16GB microSD card, GPL
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