TriVision Indoor Home Camera
TriVision 1080P HD Security Camera WiFi with Super Low Light and IR Night Vision, Motion Sensor, Wide Angle, Free Cloud Storage with SD Card, FTP, Google Drive, Dropbox
No subscription, no monthly fee, no cloud limit! Upload alarm recording to your existing FTP, Google Drive, Dropbox cloud storage to avoid the risk of losing footage from an SD memory card. Many Security cameras force you to store your video on their servers, which can cost $10 to $20 a month. If you use dropbox, google drive, or your own server, it is free. So you are saving hundreds a year.
Remote Monitor your home/business/elder nurse/baby/pet in crystal clear 1080P Full HD video and get motion alerts, alarm recording playback with iPhone, Android smartphone apps The software allows you to send email alerts, and you can send text alerts if you send the text via the carrier’s email address for your phone number. You also have the option to store video and pics on the internal micro SD card, or a NAS drive. The software is extremely comprehensive and well thought out.
Super low light performance with enhanced 1/2. 8″ Sony CMOS sensor allows maximum light through the lens ─ yielding crystal clear video in even the most challenging low light conditions
Long-range motion sensor, Motion Zone elect, threshold, sensitivity and alarm Interval feature maximizes your alarm coverage up to 300 ft. And make sure no movement goes unnoticed See clearly in the dark – 28 high power IR LEDs let you detect what’s happening up to 40 ft. Turn on/off night vision LEDs in the Cloud Cam app
4mm focal length Lens with 90° field of view gives 2x focus closer to make out the persons face more clearly or license plate recognition up to 20ft
Pre-record and post-record setup to record before a triggered event and after the event finished, so you’ll always know what happened, from start to finish. You can set the Max 10-second video to pre-roll, so you get the action before the motion sensor was triggered, and Max 30 seconds video to post-roll, so you get the action after the event finished.