The 960P WiFi IP camera is a security camera built into a light bulb to stay hidden and give a panoramic view of a room.
It also has built-in speaker and microphone for two way voice communication and a SD-Card slot to record video.
This unit was sent to me to review with my honest opinion and results below.
Storage: SD Card, 128 GB maximum, (16 GB minimum)
Audio: Two way
Alert: Push notifications
Resolution: High Definition 960P
It comes with the camera bulb, instructions, socket extender, and a small reset tool.
The Bulb itself has the camera at the bottom to give a panoramic view of a room.
A microphone and speaker are also built into the bulb.
Other parts include LED, Micro SD card slot, Reset pinhole, Speaker, and Microphone.
An app is used to control the unit called IPC360 which is available on the Google Play Store or Apple App Store.
There are also many other apps that can be used.
The IPC360 app requires an account which is free to setup but needs an email address to send a Pin number.
Setting up the camera to work with the app is quick and easy by following the on screen instructions.
The app will connect to the router which needs the WiFi username and password.
Be sure to have the smartphone or tablet on the Wireless-N 2.4 GHz band as it will not connect on the 5 GHz frequency.
The app has a lot of features such as moving the camera around and zooming in.
Pressing the Talk button lets you speak from the bulb. There is also a button for the microphone to listen, along with record options.
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960P WiFi Wireless IP Bulb Camera with Fisheye Lens 360° Panoramic for Remote Home Security System,Motion Detection and Two Way Talking for iPhone/Android Phone/iPad (960P)
The 960P WiFi IP Camera Bulb no doubt has a lot of uses from a nanny cam to checking in on pets while away.
The setup is quick and simply by screwing it into a light socket, downloading the app and following the instructions.
I am still testing the unit so far with good results and will update if anything changes.
As always be sure to read the reviews on Amazon or elsewhere to be sure a unit the right fit for you.