Review and Buying Guide Foscam FI9831W 1

Good camera – have it in the back garden shed the place it watches as a result of the glass at the birds turning up to feed in the yard :). The only challenge i experienced was obtaining the activex plug-in to load – it fails thanks to an expired certificate mistake. None of the tricks i could discover on t’internet labored, such as upgrading the firmware. You will find a straightforward workaround though – just set the laptop or computer date back again to right before the expiry, start the camera client and then reset the date once again.

Foscam FI9831W 1.3 Megapixel (1280x960p) H.264 Wireless/Wired Pan/Tilt IP Camera with IR-Cut Filter – 26ft Night Vision and 2.8mm Lens (70° Viewing Angle) – Black

  • Includes Lifetime Telephone, Email & Remote Desktop Support by Foscam Digital Tech. The FI9831W comes equipped with a faster chipset than its predecessor, offering better performance. HD quality, 1280 x 960 Resolution
  • Features like Two-Way Audio and Multiple Camera Setup Are Now Accessible On Chrome, Firefox, and SafariIncludes FoscamCloud Free Trial for Cloud Video Storage & Playback..
  • 2 Year UK Warranty Provided Exclusively by Foscam Digital Tech. H.264 Video Compression & Free Manufacturer’s DDNS Included
  • Completely Redesigned WebUI, Wider Viewing Angle of 70°! Includes XX page Updated User Manual by Foscam Digital Tech
  • Accessible With iPhone Apps like Live Cams Pro, and Android Apps such as TinyCam Monitor

Foscam FI9831W 1.3 Megapixel (1280x960p) H.264 Wireless/Wired Pan/Tilt IP Camera with IR-Cut Filter – 26ft Night Vision and 2.8mm Lens (70° Viewing Angle) – Black :


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  1. Verified Purchase
    Nice camera, quite easy to setup and works well. Nice camera, quite easy to setup and works well via wi-fi. The foscam activex component took a while to install.
    • Verified Purchase
      Great camera – have it in the garden shed where it watches through the glass at the birds turning up to feed in the garden :). The only issue i had was getting the activex plug-in to load – it fails due to an expired certificate error. None of the tricks i could find on t’internet worked, including upgrading the firmware. There’s a simple workaround though – just set the computer date back to before the expiry, start the camera client and then reset the date again.

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