Why the Sharx Security IP Network Camera Should Be Your Preferred Choice!

Why the Sharx Security IP Network Camera Should Be Your Preferred Choice!

The Sharx Security network camera has been developed with American homeowners in mind. Many people consider this camera to be the bench mark of most IP based security cameras, and rightfully so. This article looks briefly into the SCNC2607’s many features and why we’ve grown to love it. The Sharx Security VIPcella – IR SCNC2607 IP network camera is designed with its own web-server; this allows you to effortlessly ‘plug & play’ your camera into a router with access to the internet, and connect directly to the camera remotely from anywhere in the world. Best bit about this is the camera has an in-built wireless access feature (802.11g), so you do not need a physical network cable to connect it to your router; this is ideal if you wish to place you camera in a hard to reach and hidden place.

The Sharx Security VIPcella-IR SCNC2607 IP network camera is very robust; an in-built microphone will record all ambient sounds very clearly without the need of added equipment; moonlight Color night vision, and an Infra Red mode means you can view streaming video in impossible lighting conditions up to a maximum distance of 15 feet away from the camera. With all this stuffed into a small package, this security camera weighs in at an incredible 0.4 pounds and occupies 1.2 L x 3.3 W x 3.3 H cubic inches of space. Sharx Security designed this camera to be readily accessible and users can actually access live streaming video feeds directly from their IP enabled smart phones such as an iPhone, android handset, or Nokia smart phone etc. This can be done through the phone browser, and a 3G or wireless internet connection.

In a similar way, you can also access the camera through any of the popular Operating systems (windows XP, Mac, Vista) and web browsers (such as Firefox, safari, and internet explorer). Picture quality on the Sharx Security VIPcella-IR SCNC2607 IP network camera, is quite good at 30 frames per second. Video is encoded in MPEG4 or other supported video formats such as the 3GPP format. The camera delivers this in a native resolution of 640 x 480 compressed.

The Sharx Security SCNC2607 is relatively painless to setup for the technically suave – with a basic understanding of how to connect nodes to your networks and assigning IPs to devices. The Sharx Security VIPcella-IR SCNC2607 Wifi 802.11g IP Network Camera comes bundled with all the equipment you will need to setup including cables, a desktop stand which you can mount to the ceiling or wall, and IP finder software. This camera is available in Black and can be found in any good electronic retail store for less than 320 dollars.