Get it by Saturday August 26th by choosing the expedited option during checkout.
Stunning Video Quality: New optics and updated image sensor provide 2x sharper video
60 Second Setup: Connect to Wi-Fi via computer or iOS mobile device via Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), live stream from your Dropcam security camera in under a minute
Incredible Field of View: 130 degrees diagonal, plus Zoom and Night Vision, so you don't miss a thing
Stay Connected with Two-Way Talk, Intelligent Alerts, Scheduling and Mobile & Web apps
Cloud Video Recording (CVR): Review footage and make clips with optional secure offsite recording. Dropcam cloud recording securely records up to 30 days of footage for you to review after it's happened. Activity detected by your camera is highlighted on your cloud recording timeline for quick reference, and you can share and save clips of your recorded footage. Dropcam cloud recording is optional and you can subscribe and unsubscribe any time you like.
Dropcam Pro Internet Wi-Fi Video Monitoring Cameras help you stay connected with what you love, no matter where you are.
In less than a minute, you'll have it set up and securely streaming high-definition video to you over your home Wi-Fi.
Use it to watch your home, your baby, the dog or your small business. Every camera comes with Night Vision, HD video,
Two-Way Talk and Digital Zoom. Paired with secure online Cloud Video Recording (CVR), you can watch live and recorded
video from anywhere on any device. Dropcam makes monitoring what you love and finding peace of mind easier than ever.
Watch from any device such as your Apple Mac, Windows PC, iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Android device. All you need is a
Wi-Fi network paired with the free and easy-to-use Dropcam App. Watch what you love while away with Dropcam. Please
note: If your camera is having trouble connecting to your Wi-Fi network you may have a weak connection between the
camera and your router. To test the Wi-Fi signal that your camera is receiving, To test the Wi-Fi signal that your
camera is receiving, move your camera closer to your router. There might be interference coming from other electronic
devices near your camera. Try to reduce the number of connected devices near the camera. Cordless phones, baby monitors,
microwave ovens, garage door openers and Wi-Fi speakers are just a few of many devices that are notorious for causing
interference. If your camera is located close to electronic equipment with a large power source, such as a large screen
television or home theater system, try moving the camera further away from these devices. Sometimes only a few feet will
make a difference. You can turn HD video off to reduce the bandwidth the camera uses by half. This will help improve the
camera's reliability, but it could result in lower video quality.