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Author Topic: looking into purchasing xcam2.. quality etc  (Read 6046 times)

carl

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looking into purchasing xcam2.. quality etc
« on: April 15, 2005, 11:49:28 AM »

Hey,
I was looking into getting a camera to
monitor my dogs during the day while they
are in the backyard. I think I am interested
in a xcam2, maybe with instant on (wouldnt
need that feature right away, maybe later)
and the ninja pan/tilt.

Also would like to be able to view the
camera pictures while at work, and listen to
the sounds the mic catches.

- how good is the picture quality of the
xcam2? Are there any screenshots/samples I
can look at somewhere?
- I would probably go for the video / usb
adapter into the PC. Is that a good choice?
- how can I realize watching the feed from
work/the Internet? Is there a way to remote
control the camera/ the robotic mount via
the Internet.. I read about the pan and tilt
software.. is that any good? Pros/cons? Any
alternatives?
- the mic.. how sensitive is it / any useful?
- how could I listen to the sound from
remote?

thanks much for your input
Carl.
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mark

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Re: looking into purchasing xcam2.. quality etc
« Reply #1 on: April 15, 2005, 04:31:13 PM »

Howdie
I am from europe and have a lot of x 10
stuf and i am really happy with my cams
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d allen

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Re: looking into purchasing xcam2.. quality etc
« Reply #2 on: May 13, 2005, 09:15:48 AM »

Carl, I have been asking the same thing for
weeks, you would think that x10 would have a
live feed and screen shots of outside the
building, a tree or something, other than
actors,  If you happen to get any please
forward my way.   dallen4008@sbcglobal.net
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mark

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Re: looking into purchasing xcam2.. quality etc
« Reply #3 on: May 13, 2005, 11:00:26 PM »

I thought the same thing. It must be a scam
if they can not even have a live video feed
on the internet. It was for just this
reason that canceled my camera purchase
just now. They just lost an additional $130
because I couldn't verify the quality of
the camera!
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