What I noticed quite fast with this device is how hot it gets, after about 10 minutes of runnings its already at 32 degress Celsius. Mounting the foot on to the camera was a piece of cake.
It’s very logical and you will even understand it without a manual most likely. The camera can be twisted and turned any way you want and the foot is also prepared with holes so you can mount it on a wall or ceiling with the screws you get with the camera.
The first thing you do after plugging in the camera is that you istall the IPSetup software that lets you configure the IP number for the camera. On the left image you can see the softtware where you can choose to setup a static IP or let the router choose a IP for it. You also setup the login and password so you can access the stream on the net.
The right image shows the SecurView Pro software that lets you control several cameras if you got many and it also allows you to record streams or images. This software is also available in the app store and it works great on a iPhone.
The left image shows how it looks like when you have the stream running and you have logged in to view the stream. This camera has no software tilt functions so you can’t move it around through the software. Inside the admin panel “Setup” you can setup all the features and settings you want. To access this you have to have admin access on your account, and in the admin section you can fool around with everything, turn of sound, motion detection, turn on better video, etc etc.