Great cameras. Easy to set up. Great for the price. The only downside I have seen so far is that if I try to talk to my from my phone to the camera, the speaker on the camera is very low and hard to hear. However, if I use my tablet instead, the speaker is nice and loud. (Phone is Samsung Galaxy S5, tablet is Samsung Note 10.1). I use once camera to keep an eye on my dogs and the other I plan to put on my front porch so that I know when I get packages. The app will alert you (if you want) when there is motion or sound and send you a notification. Perfect for the holiday season when we have alot of packages being delivered. I know instantly when they arrive, and can get them or call a neighbor to pick them up for me. Extremely easy to set up, phone app guides the whole process that is only a few steps long. Will buy more!
About This Item
- Remote HD video quality streaming
- WiFi wireless connectivity
- Digital pan, tilt and zoom
- Motion-triggered recording
- Image snapshots
- 2-way communication
- Infrared night vision
- Room temperature display
- High-sensitivity microphone
- WiFi monitoring camera, 2 pack, sets up in seconds with the free Hubbe app
- Color: Black
Network IP, Night Vision, Infrared, Wireless
|Manufacturer Part Number|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
3.50 x 10.00 x 8.50 Inches
Customer reviews & ratings
Perfect Home Monitor
Easy Set-up, great value, accurate notifications. We bought two pack so we could monitor our childrens playroom, and our front-entrance. Now we also use them to keep an eye on our pets while we are away from home (and maybe mess with them here and there using the push to talk). So far everything works perfectly, and the set-up was a breeze. Would definitely recommend for a friend, and will probably buy a couple more for gifts.
Great value for your money
works better than expected overall. Image quality isnt excellent but wasnt expecting a lot at this price range. infared works pretty well in the dark. Motion detection feature works well and sends prompt emails with a photo of whats occured. They can be set up to record video to the cloud for a monthly fee but I dont need it for my application. Once you open the app on your mobile device you can start recording directly to your phone or tablet. It has two way sound so you can talk through the camera as well. Microphone is very sensitive but I could not get it to trigger a sound alert instead of motion. Maybe I wasnt making a loud enough noise to trigger it. Much better features on the app vs. my belkin camera that was just a little bit cheaper.
Great camera, easy set up
These cameras were super easy to set up. They also detect sound and motion very well. The only issue I have been having is trying to view the cameras from my computer, and not just on my phone. But that's pretty minor. I would def. recommend this camera to friends and family.
This is my first wifi camera I've bought. I was attracted to the 2 pack and the 720p resolution. Setup was no doubt simple. I believe you need the router security password during setup. Also you need the Hubble app and account to use the item. There is no app for you if you have a windows phone nor will you be able to use the website because it requires flashplayer which the windows phone does not currently support. It worked fine on my PC and android tablet. I have reservations on these camera, in that, you do need an account to view the cameras from an offsite location, which is understandable. On the otherhand Hubble is no security company. This product does have an offline mode so you can still view the cameras on your wifi network even if the internet is disconnected.
Basic security monitoring, solid value
Video Quality: Offers HD video feeds. However, there is always caveat to this, especially when it comes to cameras. High resolution lines don't always translate to quality. The quality of the video is very similar to a web cam. There is a little lag and the frames are low (choppy movement). Under most lighting conditions, you can tell who is who, but it is a little blurry. Sound Quality: Sound quality is surprisingly good. Trying to test it while standing in the same room however, can create some annoying feedback. Two-way communication works fine but has a little lag as expected. Overall Quality: The cameras look like webcams and are essentially the same footprint (size & materials). As a result, they are plastic, cheap and not the best for mounting. They're not ruggedized in anyway and shouldn't be used outdoors. Installation: Just like a web cam, they're best sitting upright on a shelf or a table. Also, there are two holes on the underside that allow you to mount them on the wall, assuming you can perfectly place two screws that align with the device. For the price, I recommend it. However, I'm not a big fan of the software. I'm not sure how secure it is so I suggest using a strong password to prevent someone from logging in and watching you. Not great but gets the job done. Other cool features, it shows the temperature at each camera, alert features and is expandable (add cameras)
Works well Motorolla took what I purchased away.
I purchased these two camaras so that when I am away I can get alerted of movements or sounds in my home. And be able to play the events back on my IPhone. They were great last Winter season 2014/2015, I had all the features. This Winter Season 2015/2016, Motorolla has taken away the ability for me to replay events that I had purchased with these camaras. THAT's JUST WRONG! Now, they require that I pay for a service that came with my purchase. Obviously, Motorolla upset Walmart enough, that Walmart no longer sells this product. Good for you Walmart!
could have been better
let me start with the good things about this camera 1: the sensors are amazing the sound and motion detection is impressive it starts recording as soon as a sound of motion is detected. 2:the two way talk is good there is a bit of a delay but it works well. 3:temperature sensor seems to be pretty accurate. 4:the night vision it decent if only could get a clear shot. now with the negative 1:its only 720p even with my 50 mbps connection and the cameras only about 10 feet of distance as a person walks past the camera even walking slowly it is all a blur can not make out the faces what kind of camera it this that you can not identify a person,how can if need track down a suspect without a clear face shot? this camera fails at the most important thing. this is why i returned the camera and spend more and got a Dropcam pro it's amazing.
Ok for a web cam
These aren't much better than web cams, I did not play around with these too much as you need either a apple device or android device to setup. The you have to use their Hubble app to view the cameras, which you get a free 2 week trial for recordings after which I have no idea what they charge per month and assume if you do not pay you only have live feed, Ala expensive web cam. BTW I assume anyone At Motorola could watch these videos Hubble stores. There are no real options or settings for these cams, and they don't work well with pet motions. Other than night vision, which doesn't work in dark rooms, I can do the same thing with my $12 Logitech web cam/software and record to my PC.
Not Very Reliable
I bought these during a Christmas sale and wanted to try a WFI camera and figured for the money if they even work at all they would be worth the money. During set up I down loaded the app as suggested to my Android phone. The set up was simple enough and at first seem to work fairly well. After about one month one of the cameras started to only record intermittently. It would catch a leaf blowing across the yard but miss a truck going by. I checked the settings and still if someone walked up on my porch it would only catch it half the time or record such a short video it was not of use. After a month in one half they both stopped recording all together except manually. After a little investigation I found that the so called free for life recording only pertains to manual recording and if I want to continue to have storage with motion activated recording I will have to pay a fee. Granted I am not naive and figured this would be the case eventually but the purchase for time based storage isn't even available as of yet so as of now the cameras are pretty much useless except for use as a monitor. So it is my opinion I should save my money and purchase a in home hard drive based security system with internet connectivity instead. You get what you pay for, something some of us have to learn over and over such as myself in this situation.
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