Axgio IP Wireless Security Camera for Baby Monitor and Home Indoor Surveillance with 720P Pan-Tilt Motion Detecting Alert, Two-Way Audio & Night Vision

Price: $29.99
Bullet Points
  1. Main Function: Motion detection snapshot, two-way voice built in mic and speaker, night vision up to 22.9ft distance
  2. Easy Operation: Quickly WiFi setup via IOS or android smartphone using “MIPC” App, no need to mess with IP or network settings
  3. Indoor Use: Add multiple security cameras on WiFi networks to build a completely wireless surveillance system
  4. Local Recording: Record and playback via local micro SD card, supports up to 64GB (card not included)
  5. Peace of mind: Great to use as a baby monitor to view your baby's activity and safety via smartphone, tablet and PC

WiFi camera, the Axgio Shiel IP Camera featuring wide angle with pan 350° tilt 100° and 4x digital zoom, remotely control the camera with your phone by swiping your finger across the screen to any direction you want to monitor. Mount the camera on any flat surface, upside down, on the ceiling, or on a wall. Easy plug and play setup for mobile live viewing.

Multiple Monitoring, one account can add multiple cameras but do not support viewing all cameras simultaneously. If you have two cameras, you can log into your account and choose to view either of the cameras. This webcam supports multiple viewers operation. As long as user login, they have access to the features on the same camera.

   Specification:
   Power: DC 5V/2.0A, <7w
   Sensor: 1/4" color CMOS sensor
   Lens: 3.6mm, F: 2.0
   Frame rate: Real time 25 fps
   Video/Audio Compression: H.264/ACC format with maximum clarity
   Resolution: 1.0 Megapixel 1280*720(720P), 640*360, 320*180, 160*90 (selectable)
   IR Night Vision: 12 LEDs for night vision, up to 22.9ft for 24-hour surveillance
   Wireless Network: WiFi(IEEE802.11b/g/n)
   Ethernet: 10/100Mbps RJ-45
   Support Agreement: TCP/IP/UDP//HTTP/DHCP/RTSP/RTMP/MUTP
   Support the IP address: Static IP address and dynamic IP address
   Alarm Detection: Motion detecting
   Alarm Linkage: Support pictures, audio/ video recording
   Warning Notice: Mobile phone alarm notification
   Power Cord Length: 2m/ 6.56ft
   Certification: RoHS,CE,FCC
   Interface Warranty: One-year

   [Easy Setup Tips]
   1. Down load the App 'MIPC' from App store or Android marketplace
   2. Insert Micro SD card, connect the WiFi camera to your router with the Ethernet cable and plug in the power adapter
   3. Scan the QR code on the underside of the camera through the App to add device

    Note: For security reason, we highly recommend you to change the default password at the first use. 
Five Stars Date: 2017-01-09
I hooked it up to my tablet! It's huge! You don't have to scan the qr code just connect! I have had this going for almost a year now! I love how snappy the camera is. Wonderful resolution for close up views. The Vermont weather has bee. Over this once
Working great with this lowest price Date: 2016-12-24
This is a wired 720hd not 1080p product. Working great with this lowest price.
Durable waterproof camera Date: 2016-09-13
We picked up this wifi camera to be able to peek in on our dogs when we're out of the house. Every now and then we are out for a lot of the day at work or doing errands, so it's nice to check in and make sure they aren't getting into too much trouble during the day, especially when we end up stuck out of the house later than normal. We've got a smaller indoor camera, but we picked up this waterproof one to stick out in the backyard to watch over that area. Picture quality on the camera was surprisingly good compared to one we've tried years ago, and it's mainly made of aluminum, while being waterproof for the internals to keep it protected outdoors. It does need hard wired power which you'll have to run, as well as an Ethernet connection to run it's data. There's a built in 8GB of storage to save footage onto, or you can connect with your computer or smartphone. Solid camera with solid features once it's set up. I received this product discounted in exchange for my honest review, but that in no way biases my opinion in one way or the other.
Incredible Picture, Great Value! Date: 2016-09-04
I got this for my daughter because she has wanted one for quite a while. Let me start by saying that it arrived quickly and was packaged very well for shipping. As for the camera, it's amazing! My daughter said that it's VERY simple to set up and the picture is fantastic! They wanted to have one for a bully situation in our neighborhood and said that it was just what they needed to monitor their kids when they were outside playing. She said they can watch what is happening "live" on their phones and always know what is going on and who started what when the bully shows up. It really has helped them a lot. The only issue they have had at all is not a fault of the camera, but our wifi in our home. We have a lot of dead zones where we just can't get wifi, but as long as they access the video in one of the good areas, it works perfectly. All in all this is a great deal if you're looking for a great picture and live streaming of video. Just make sure you have a good wifi signal first. Now I did in fact receive this in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion and review but it in no way altered my thoughts about this product.
You must have patience. Date: 2016-08-30
I live in the area that is extremely dark. Oftentimes things get stolen out here. I'm glad that I purchased this camera. For $50, you are not going to get the highest quality camera. It did take some time to install the software and set it all up. You must follow the directions or as the other reviewers have said follow their way of setting this camera up. They have helpful tips. I did notice that the software had some problems. Some of the items worked and then other parts didn't on the software part. I uninstall the software and reinstalled it again after shutting down the computer several times to see if that changed it. It didn't happen. Although the camera does do what it's supposed to do. I can't complain. The camera is there too keep an eye on weather things are going on in our driveway or not. You are not going to be able to get the highest resolution and quality for the price. I will say that this camera does function enough to allow you to do the things you need it to do. It is basically an eye in the sky. The camera itself seems to be made of high-quality materials. It is a little heavy and can definitely withstand weather. Perhaps a hacker can really enjoy this camera by reprogramming it. There seems to be a minor flaw somewhere. If you are looking for a full-blown security camera that has it all, this one may be a little frustrating for you. If you like puzzles and can figure things out, this is the camera for you. I was able to figure this camera out after a while and was glad that I did. Overall, this camera is okay in my eyes. I received this item at a discounted rate in exchange for my honest, unbiased review.
Good build quality WIFI security camera Date: 2016-08-17
Having reviewed on Amazon for a while, I was pleased to be offered this outdoor security camera in return for an independent and unbiased review. *** What features matter ? *** ------------------------------------- Do skip this section if you know exactly what you’re looking for and just comparing build quality and features. It’s intended for help people looking into the options available. There’s a huge number of outdoor video cameras around, with an array of features. Do you need a system with a 2Tb hard drive, 1080P resolution at 60 frames per second and remote viewing? Should you go wireless or wired? What are your options? * Independent WIFI based cameras. Easiest to install (no wires), but dependent upon the WIFI signal which you’ll also be competing with your smartphones, tablets, computers and set-top boxes for. Great for home use, but consider a device with a built in micro-SD card which records images locally. Has the advantage a system can be added to over time, but be aware, each camera will need to be near a power supply. Great for home use. * An NVR (Network Video Recorder) based system. These may be wired or wireless and record images to a built in hard drive (typically 1-2Tb). Greater initial outlay, and more effort to install, this records images centrally to a hard disk, is more secure, and potentially more reliable than WIFI. Probably the better solution for a business. * A POE (Power Over Ethernet) camera which may be connected to a router, and store images on a computer or cloud based server. Needs a bit more technical knowledge, this can be used with an NVR, and (like wired based NVR systems), avoids a potentially less reliable WIFI network. 
Having decided which technology to use, next what features matter? Resolution: Full HD won’t necessarily produce the best quality image as the lens optics and image sensor also play a part - but does it really matter? Consider your needs? You’ll typically need an image quality good enough to recognise a face and vehicle licence plate for evidence purposes. Anything over 720P is a bonus. One downside of full HD, is it’s slower to view on a smartphone as the signal is transmitted over the mobile network. Huge Storage Capacity: A 1Tb hard drive will store 30 days of HD video before overwriting. Do you intend to be away from home/office for more than 30 days? It would take around 40 hours full time even on 2 x speed to scan a 30 day recording. A device which stores to a local SD card is often a good (cheaper) option, but look out for devices that record when movement is detected (rather than continuously) to save space. Night Time Infra-red: Don’t even bother looking for cameras which record in colour in the dark, there’s no point - you won’t get a clear image. Instead look for an Infra-red capability (it will automatically switch from day/night mode), and record in black and white. Expect clarity to be reduced to as little as 20 feet and cats eyes appear to “shine” in the dark - but the image is normally clear enough to detect a person (or fox). In short, IR is a must - but don’t expect miracles. Build Quality: For a small fortune you could buy a “vandal proof” camera, but it may be more sensible to mount the camera 12+ feet off the ground where it’s harder (but not impossible) to damage. Look out for the IP rating (search wikipedia for “IP Rating” for more). An IP rating of 66 is the gold standard. Not for use under-water, but it means the camera is designed to resist dust, and power water jets (tested against 100 litres of water for 3 minutes). Wired or wireless: Similar to the “Security” question below. If you’re protecting a business go for wired (or POE) every time - it’s more reliable as you’re not dependent upon the speed and availability of your WIFI, which is also subject to hacking. Even if you do install a wireless system, you’ll need a power supply to every camera (so look for very long power cables), but for best image quality, reliability and availability - stick with wired. It will both power your cameras and supply a clean signal feed. On the other hand for “home use” the convenience of no wires from the control box to cameras is a huge bonus - but test each camera is within range of your WIFI router before installation. Remote Access: If you have a smartphone this is a killer feature. Imagine it’s 4am and you’ve woken up to a noise outside. Your heart’s racing, and you’re wondering if that heavy torch by the bed will stop a burglar. Instead you can simply reach for your smartphone, tap on an App, and within seconds see next doors cat raiding the bins. This was my experience, and you also have the (potentially false) feeling of security that you can view your home/business while you’re away. Potentially false, because there’s probably little you could realistically do, aside from phoning the police - but it’s good to have the option all the same. Alerts: If you have Remote Access, it’s likely you’ll also get the ability to configure alerts, eMails, text messages or even a ping on your Apple Watch. Personally, I find these give more false alarms which make them a bit useless. On top end cameras you can however define “hot areas” to detect, and even the movement sensitivity and adjust all this based upon the time of day. Be aware however, it’s a significant investment in time and effort to set up, and you may find you simply raise your blood-pressure, only to find the trees are blowing in the wind. Security: Be aware, if you’re using a system with “Remote Access” features, even if you don’t use them, you’re potentially exposing yourself to hacker. Do use a strong password to protect your device, and change it at least once a year. Excellent tip - use a “Password Manager” app like “One Password” or “LastPass” to securely hold all your passwords. You get access from your smartphone, tablet, computer or even web - and you’ll never need to remember a password again. Privacy and the Law: In some countries it’s potentially illegal to record a public space or even your neighbours property, so be sensible, and discuss it with your neighbour first. You may also want to put up some “warning stickers” indicating 24 hour video surveillance in progress. Often not a legal requirement, but a potential deterrence. How does this device stack up? ------------------------------------ * Resolution and image quality: Excellent. Day and night, it’s pretty good at 720p * Storage Capacity: Capacity for a 32Gb Micro-SD card with an 8Gb card included * Night time Infra-Red: Black and white, and very clear * Build quality: Excellent. Full metal jacket, and IP66. Top marks * Wired or Wireless: Wireless - but be aware your camera needs to be near a power socket * Remote Access: Check. Terrific app, works a treat. What’s good about it ------------------------ * Build quality (as you’d expect at this price) is great.  Well built camera in tough aluminium. * Works over both wired and WIFI - means it can be installed remotely with only power cables attached * Professional standard device - includes the ability to connect to a burglar alarm system * Compatible with the ONVIF standard which means it works well with cameras from other manufacturers. Search for “You Tube oHtfVhcIJKI” for details. * Image quality is excellent at 720p - even at night using the infra red * Build for the outdoors - it’s certified waterproof * Includes an 8Gb Micro-SD card (to store images locally), and extendable to 32Gb if needed. Useful if you WIFI connection is not good enough to transmit continuous video * Ability to send alerts to your smartphone or by eMail if movement is detected. * System set up and installation was a breeze - it passed the “man test” - setting it up without instruction What’s not so good ---------------------- * The huge number of cables mean you’ll need to drill a 1.5” diameter hole to thread cables through a wall or drill a smaller hole (for power only), and buy a waterproof out-door junction box to connect the power. * You definitely need to connect this first to your router via a cable (not supplied) to set it up, then switch to using the WIFI connection for monitoring. Also true of many other cameras I’ve tested - so just be aware My Thoughts ------------------ The camera itself is a neat design in black metal, and at about 4.5 inches long (plus 3.5 inch stand to fix to a wall), by 2.5 inches diameter - discrete enough to be hidden away so your home doesn’t look like fort knox. In terms of set up I gave it the “man” test - which means (like most men), completely ignored the instructions and tried to set it up.   I was quickly able to connect it to the power, and then the router using my own internet cable (none supplied), and download the app from the Apple App store. I’d recommend this for these cameras as otherwise connection and set-up can be a pain. A short while later I was able to watch video on my iPhone directly from the camera.  Effectively all you need is an indoor power socket for the transformer within 6-7 feet or so of where you want to place the camera.  I plugged the transformer into a socket indoors, then drilled a hole to thread out the wires, protected by a waterproof junction box. (There’s a large number available on Amazon for about £5/$5.   Fixing the junction box to the wall both protects the cables from the ravages of the British weather, and secures the connection to the power.   The camera itself was then mounted on the study bracket, which can be swivelled around to point the camera in the right direction. Image quality was quite impressive for the price, and certainly clear enough to detect and identify a burglar. The device includes movement detection, and can send you an eMail or SMS if movement detected. Good to see this is also compatible with the ONVIF open standard. This means you can use a wide range of ONVIF compatible apps and software to control this device. Personally, I find I ignore the movement sensor as I was getting so many false alarms. It is however hugely reassuring when you hear a noise outside at night to quickly reach for the smartphone, and see outside - even in complete darkness. Overall - nicely designed security camera.  Gets my vote. Disclosure:  While I did receive this item at a discount in return for an unbiased review,  I was not paid a penny for the review, and no attempt was made to influence my opinion.  These are entirely my views, and to misquote Groucho Marx - “These are my opinions, and if you don’t like them, I have some others”.   The original quote was “These are my principles, and if you don’t like them, I have some others”.
amish be gone Date: 2016-07-12
I love this I have a unsupervised house about a hour from where me and my husband live we live in the city while our property is in the country but its not livable at the time and we don't check on it but 2 times every 6 months so this is perfect for what we need. I do have electricity on so I plugged this up and it works perfect for when I am gone I just hooked it up put a sd card in and wah bam I am secured and I can capture anyone who try's to come up on my property damn amish are always trying to get my trees and berries so no more being sneeky over there cause I will catch which one of the amish is cutting my trees now. I received this product for a discount price in exchange for a honest unbiased review.
Great Resolution - Horrible Software Date: 2016-07-04
The Axgio Surveillance camera seemed like a great find. However, after many hours of frustration, walking away, and drinking a glass of wine; we finally came to the conclusion that the product needs a lot of improvement. This camera is not user friendly, nor is it for a novice. My husband and I pretty tech savvy and he has an IT degree. I will layout our experience and you can decide for yourself whether this product is for you. We followed the quick start guide and finally got the product working through the IE browser camera view with the auto find of our IP address using the LAN connection with a CAT7 cable. I will admit our dual screens played a role in this frustration. By total chance, we figured out that the IE camera viewer did not display on screen two, however, when we moved it to the main screen it displayed fine. (unfortunately it took many hours and a glass of wine before we happen to move the IE Browser over to the other screen) We have never had an issue with browsers not working on both screens, this is obviously something in their programming. When we were navigating through the software, a lot of the functions didn't work at all and the allowed settings were very limiting, not to mention, the settings would not stay. For example, we changed the path to download about ten times and it would not stay, we changed the alarm settings for motion detect/times to record. It would go back to the default settings when you got out and back in; no matter how many times you saved. The focus and zoom settings never worked at all. We then downloaded the suggested mobile app and scanned the QR code, this worked perfectly the first time. Once we made a few adjustments in the settings, the phone app would then find the camera and kept saying the camera was offline, although we were seeing the feed on the IE browser, how could it be offline? We literally had to reenter our SSID and password about a 100 times by the time we gave up. We tried every setting possible, followed their instructions to the tee and still never got the mobile app to display the video. We didn't try any other apps, due to all of the other issues we were having with set up. We were never able to get the wireless to work. We literally tried every setting, used their instructions, which were very vague and seemed to be missing steps on the "detailed" pdf instructions. Without a wireless connection, this camera is pretty much useless for most people. The power cord is very short (45" long, from prongs to end), which limits you to where you can place the camera without the wireless function. We wound up using 3M tape and attached it to our printer table. After hours and hours of trying everything we could think of, watching Youtube, and standing on our head, we drank another glass of wine and collaboratively threw our hands up in total frustration and defeat. We still gave this product three stars for the following reasons: - Maybe it was us and everyone else that loved/reviewed this product are mere geniuses -The video picture display in grayscale was as clear as our digital camcorder. (although color was very grainy) -Someone could feasibly use this as backup camera and ditch the horrible software that it comes with -The price is very reasonable for the camera; the issue is with the software and app
Great Camera, bad setup Date: 2016-06-26
We've recently had a rash of car break-ins in our area, including my brother in law's car. It became clear that we needed some extra security to ensure we didn't end up with any damage to our car. This camera has been an excellent solution. It took some hassles setting up (it took me about an hour and a half to get it to work). We're in the process of painting, so I've set it up in our window sill, connected directly to our router. The camera has a very clear picture, although it is a little dulled by the window pane. In a few weeks, I'm going to attempt to set it up via wifi and install in our on the house. I'll update at that time, with takes from the video feed. all in all, I would certainly purchase this surveillance video again. The CD setup reminds me of something from the late 90s. It's clunky and a hassle to use, but hopefully it is not something I'd have to use on a regular basis. I did receive this camera as a discount for my honest and unbiased review. If you have any questions at all. please feel free to comment and I'll do my best to answer them to the best of my ability!
Haven't been robbed yet Date: 2016-06-26
This surveillance camera looks real and is easy to install. I haven't been robbed yet. If you need an expensive way to have some burglar resistance on your house, this is the way to go. If after reading my review of this product or any of my other reviews and interesting or useful please rate it is as "helpful" or leave a comment. I truly enjoy writing reviews on products that will potentially help someone make an informed decision based on my experience and I also greatly appreciate and I love and hearing feedback so please feel free to let me know if I helped. I make most of my daily purchases here on amazon and base my purchases on reviews of the product from others as well. I know that honest and helpful reviews provide insight to the company and to the purchasers as well. I received this item at a discounted rate in exchange for a fair, honest and unbiased review. I only buy products that I will actually use and test to give fair feedback on. I also only give a 5 star rating when the product is excellent and deserves such a rating. I base my review on overall quality, use, and if it meets the description given by the seller. If I feel that I can't honestly give at least a 4 or 5 star rating then I contact the seller and try to resolve the problem first to see if there is anything than can be done that would remedy the situation. Sometimes there are only so many things you can say about a product, so I try to be as direct as possible. You can trust that my reviews are not only for the sellers benefit but for other customers interested in purchasing this product as well.
setup is the only thing holding this camera back Date: 2016-06-26
As others have stated, the instructions are pretty useless. I tried the cd but it wasn't much help either (could be the old pc I was on too I guess) I ended up plugging the power for the camera in and connecting an ethernet cable to it then using an app called "fing" on my android phone I discovered the cameras ip address which I used on another computer to log in (after downloading the plug in it wanted) after logging in I went to settings and enabled and set up the wireless options. With the wifi set up I unplugged the ethernet cable and downloaded another app to my phone (ip cam viewer basic) so I could view both this camera and another one I already owned on the same screen. Other than the trial and error setup I am quite pleased with this camera and the night vision is awesome. I was lucky enough to come across this item at a discounted price for testing and review purposes and have taken time to try out and use the camea and its features before sitting down to write a review and offer my opinions.
Hands down best security camera I've ever used! Date: 2016-06-23
Honestly, I don't know why this camera is priced so low. It's far better than other cameras I've used in the past at about a quarter of the cost. I've used some really high end units, this one gives a better picture than any of them! As far as getting the most for your money, it doesn't get any better than this. Here are my thoughts on this camera: Quality - The quality of this camera is top notch. The body of the camera is really solid, and the picture it gives is amazing! The night vision is the best I've seen, and the WiFi connection is strong and never breaks up. I can't see anything I would change quality wise, this thing is awesome! Ease of Use - Installing the camera was easy, I put it right at the front door to watch over my packages and for my wife and daughters to be able to see who is at the front door before they answer it. The software that it comes with will be a challenge for you if you're not into tinkering with stuff like this, I don't think my parents could have ever gotten it to work. That being said, I've got it up and running on my PC and four android devices, it works perfectly for me but I did have to spend some time to get it setup just right. Overall, this is the best camera I've used. It's really easy to install, and I had it up and running in no time. I'd recommend this to anyone looking for an affordable security camera, as long as your tech savvy. 5 stars for sure!!!! I received this product for free or at a discount for an honest review.

Question:
will you be offering more of these for sale? I bought one after I learned how easy they are to set up I bought 3 more, but now they are all gone.
By: Amazon Customer Date: 2016-12-21
Question:
Can i hardwire ethernet from router to camera via power line adapters? My router is far from where i want the camera located..
By: Donnie P. Date: 2016-12-11
Question:
How can I connect this to my zoneminder?
By: Date: 2016-11-20
Question:
How do you turn on the infered
By: Date: 2016-11-18
Question:
How do you turn on the infered
By: Date: 2016-11-18
Question:
How do you make the audio work on the camera
By: Date: 2016-11-18
Question:
supports 220v?
By: Gabriel V. Date: 2016-10-29
Answer:
Yes, it support AC 110-240V.
By: Gabriel V. Date: 2016-10-29
Answer:
Yes. My power adapter is model 1520, input 100 - 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
By: Gabriel V. Date: 2016-10-29
Answer:
No, only 110.
By: Gabriel V. Date: 2016-10-29
Question:
Can this camera be set up to FTP an image once every 60 seconds?
By: GHH Date: 2016-09-28
Question:
Is this truly wireless, or does this have to be hard wired to the modem/router? thanks!
By: consumer Date: 2016-07-22
Question:
Does this have a warranty and can i connect it to a android samsung galaxy 5?
By: Anthoney dyer Date: 2016-07-09