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Currently the camera is only supported through the downloadable software from Icecap.
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Also, I see no mention of infrared. No lights out capability?
Do you ever wonder what do your fish do during the day when you are not there keeping an eye on them? IceCap now has their underwater Reef Cam that can be fully submerged into your aquarium and will live stream to anywhere there is internet access. Set up is easy and only takes a couple of minutes. Once the camera is connected to the internet, just open the app and log into the camera. The Reef Cam even has the ability to capture and store videos, and still images into a MicroCD card (not included) that you can share with your reefing friends.
Camera Dimensions - 1" x 1" x 0.75"
- 120o field of view
- 0.9 Megapixel
- 720p resolution
- WiFi or Direct LAN
- Reef Cam
- WiFi Adapter
- Mounting Hardware
- Camera Skin
Note: Requires an internet connection and an iOS or Android mobile device to run the app.
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A good start, but needs improvement By Charlie on 3/22/2017Charlie would recommend this product to a friendBought this to check in on my tank while a friend was taking care of it while I was away on business and it definitely does its job well enough to serve that function. The iPhone app can be a bit glitchy and will freeze on certain menus, but I had no issues getting the camera set up and running and I've yet to experience the connectivity issues that others speak about. My biggest qualm is that the viewing angle is quite limited in smaller tanks. I've got it running in my nano, and I can see maybe 2/3 of the tank with it placed as close to the top corner as possible. It would be much better suited to larger tanks, or would benefit nicely from a fisheye attachment for using it to view smaller spaces. Overall it does what I purchased it for well enough, and it's been a fun way to drop in on my little ecosystem while I'm away.
Good idea, bad execution. By Chip on 3/3/2017Chip wouldn't recommend this product to a friendToo expensive for what it does. I had high hopes, but it doesn't do what it does well. You're better off getting a regular IP cam and using it on the outside of the aquarium. I haven't been able to get remote viewing to work. It says connected but there is no picture. It also randomly changes the frame rate to 5fps and I don't know why. Local network viewing seems fine, but I had to set it up on two devices and it kept saying i was putting in the wrong password even though i hadn't changed it yet. I just don't think it's a finished product and it just isn't worth the price.