These panasonic ip network cameras can be viewed and controlled from a standard Web browser, video display, or even a compatible cell phone or PDA1. Place the cameras in your home, office, vacation home or anywhere you'd like to keep an eye on with no PC required on location. There easy to install and operate & require no additional software for the PC that you're viewing them on. Each camera also comes with a free Web address, that can track the camera automatically. All you need is a regular Web browser to view them on your PC, as all of the other required software, including control software (TCP/UDP) and e-mail software (SMTP), it's already inside the camera.
This network camera is real easy to install and use. With industry standard automatic configuration (UPnP), the camera and your router or PC automatically decides the best settings.This allows you to access the camera without any complicated setup. Once connected, using a simple Web browser, just enter in your free, permanent Web address which comes with the camera and you will see and move the camera! It's that simple.
Using a standard Web browser, video display, or even a compatible cell phone or PDA, you can control the movement of the camera. There is 120? of Pan (left & right) movement and 90? of Tilt (up & down) movement available. You can also assign a "Home Position" that allows you to return the camera to a pre-designated shooting position. Up to eight shooting positions can be registered in advance, so you can aim the camera exactly where you want it. You can also click on the part of the image you want to see, and automatically bring that part to the center of the screen.
With the built in Privacy mode, your privacy is protected by simply pressing a button. An indicator on the front of the camera turns red, and you know at a glance that the camera is now only accessible by you2. The camera can also be set up to show a green light when the camera is being accessed.
With the built-in heat sensor, the camera can be set to record and/or notify you by email when someone enters the room. It can even automatically move to a preset location when triggered, just in case someone was viewing a different part of the room.