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User confirmed cameras

by ryan » Sun Sep 12, 2010 4:50 pm

These cameras and stream paths have been reported as working by users. They will make it into a future release of Sighthound Video, but until then you can select a mentioned compatible type or choose "Other IP camera" and manually enter the protocol and stream path.

Axis M7014
Protocol: http
Stream Path: /axis-cgi/mjpg/video.cgi?camera=[CHANNEL]

Deecam D200 IP
Protocol: rtsp
Stream Path: /11

FDT FD7901
Protocol: rtsp
Stream Path: /11

FDT FD7902
Protocol: rtsp
Stream Path: /11

Hamlet CS-5699F8
Protocol: http
Stream Path: /video.cgi

Honeywell IPCAM-WI2
Protocol: http
Port: 554
Stream Path: /img/video.asf

Lorex LNB2153B
Protocol: rtsp
Stream Path: /

TRENDnet TV-VS1P
Protocol: rtsp
Stream Path: /mpeg4
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Re: User confirmed cameras

by csst » Wed Oct 12, 2011 11:46 pm

Does Kare IP CAMERA (N5402JV N5403JV N7205JV) work with your software?

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Re: User confirmed cameras

by catwatcher » Mon Jan 16, 2012 4:14 pm

My Loftek 2200 - works fine. It is an obvious Foscam clone (but not a rip-off / fake).

In the first setup page:
  • Camera type: Network (IP) camera
  • Manufacturer: Foscam
And in the next setup page:
  • Camera type: Foscam (other)
  • You have to supply IP address, user name, and password.

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Re: User confirmed cameras

by neilmc » Sat May 26, 2012 5:16 am

I bought a couple of DB Power IP cameras from an Australian eBay seller for $60 each. They are a pan/tilt wifi/ethernet camera.

They appear to be a Foscam clone and work fine by chosing the first Foscam camera from the list.

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Re: User confirmed cameras

by ryan » Sat May 26, 2012 3:03 pm

Thanks for letting us know Neil. Checking their site I assume you have the IP030? I'd be happy to add that to the list.
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Re: User confirmed cameras

by neilmc » Sat May 26, 2012 9:00 pm

Sorry, yes it is the IP030 (or it seems to be just looking at the website).

The box and camera don't have a model number on them. There's a sticker that says series B on the base. The supplied software wouldn't work with the camera (I tried Series B in their camera dropdown and then tried all of the others).

Vitamin D has been working flawlessly with it though :)

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Re: User confirmed cameras

by John Cooper » Sat Jun 16, 2012 9:41 pm

I have a WANSVIEW NCB-541W and the Streaming url is http://IP:port/videostream.cgi

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Re: User confirmed cameras

by JohannesL » Mon Apr 29, 2013 3:57 pm

Hi,

Brickcom bullet cameras WOB-100Ap and WOB-130Np work just fine....

Johannes

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Re: User confirmed cameras

by ryan » Mon Apr 29, 2013 4:13 pm

Hi Johannes,

What settings did you use to access these cameras?

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Re: User confirmed cameras

by JohannesL » Mon Apr 29, 2013 4:22 pm

ryan wrote:Hi Johannes,

What settings did you use to access these cameras?

Hi,

In Vitamin, RSTP with port forwarding. 1280x1024 resolution. Also other options work without problems.

Those cameras are already more than a year old models. Unfortunately VitaminD is useless with the latest Brickcom WOB-300-Np.

Regards
Johannes

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