I received the Kucam 720 p wifi camera free for my honest review.
I will be doing another 4 day review of the 720 p Kucam wifi security camera.
The 720 p camera looks the same as the 1080p camera on initial inspection. The same high quality white exterior with silver camera lens trim and familiar IR lights surround the lens just as are present in the other Kucam camera I own. The only visible difference is the grey trim ring along the base. The other camera has a blue trim ring.
Included in the box is:
* Kucam 720p he wifi camera
* Wall mount bracket
* Cat 5 cable
* quick connect guide
* Power adapter
* Wifi antenna
* Welcome business card
* Software mini cd
Taken from the box it takes only about 10 minutes before I had the camera up and running with the video showing on my iPhone.
Connect the antenna.
Plug in the power adapter.
Let the camera power up and now you are ready to connect the camera to your wifi.
This process couldn’t be easier! The lights on the front show you that you are ready to connect. There are a couple of age to connect the camera. I choose the one button connection. On the bottom of the camera is a QR code that will open the interface for you to enter the admin password for the camera ( the initial password defaults to 123456, but you can change this later). The quick wifi connect plays a series of tones from you phone and as long as the phone is close enough to the camera it will listen for the tones and connect to your wifi. I didn’t have my phone close enough the first time, but after a few attempts it connected and I could see the camera from my iPhone.
The app must be downloaded from the app store, but it is free and once you have it you can connect up to 4 cameras for viewing. All from within the same app!
The pan and tilt functions work right from the phone. Just a slide your finger across the screen and the camera will follow.
I will be updating this review tomorrow night with more features and thoughts so check back soon.
Until next time…stay informed.
The differences between the 1080p and 720p are evident.
Until next time…stay informed!