Archerfish Solo Wireless IP Interactive Video Monitoring and Recording System with Built-In Day/Night Weatherproof Camera (Grey)

Archerfish Solo Wireless Intelligent Video Surveillance System with Built-In DVR

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List Price: $399.00
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Product Description

Archerfish Solo is an all-in-one video surveillance system: outdoor/indoor 802.11 wireless camera, DVR, Intelligent Surveillance Technology, and a personal web portal for online system management and 24/7 viewing of live and recorded video for free from any computer. It's different from other video surveillance systems because it understands what it sees. You tell Archerfish what to detect and what to ignore, so you only get mobile alerts that are important to you. No more wasted hours watching empty scenes or meaningless motion alerts. When it comes to watching over your home, business and family, don't settle for anything less than Archerfish.

Details

  • Intelligent Surveillance Technology, newer than motion detection, alerts on specific activities - like a person, car, or other objects - not just motion. Reduces false alerts.
  • Three video options include: live, recorded (DVR), and customizable alerts. View live and DVR video online for free from any computer. Mobile access to video available for iPhone, iPod Touch or Android devices.
  • Customizable video alerts triggered on user-defined activities in up to three detection zones per camera; can be sent to any number of mobile phones or email addresses
  • System expands to unlimited number of Archerfish cameras in one or more locations, managed from a single online account. No software needed to operate.
  • Indoor/outdoor, low light, color, 802.11b/g wireless camera measuring just 4.5" high with built-in Intelligent Surveillance Technology and DVR (2GB microSD card included, expandable to 32GB). H.264 compression with choice of CIF or VGA resolution.
  • All-in-one system, with automatic tamper detection, just needs broadband Internet service and wireless router to work.

Archerfish Solo Wireless Intelligent Video Surveillance System with Built-In DVR out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 682 user reviews
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2 Responses to “Archerfish Solo Wireless IP Interactive Video Monitoring and Recording System with Built-In Day/Night Weatherproof Camera (Grey)”

  1. Lori Harrod Says:

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    I bought this camera because I thought it had a unique look to it. And, though it is certainly unique, it’s everything else about this camera that makes it worth posting a customer review……

    The entire installation process – from opening the box to getting video notifications sent to my email – took less than 30 minutes.

    Despite the fact that the camera communicates through my router there were zero networking challenges. Set it up by plugging it in to the router (the connector and cable are part of the camera assembly), run an easy piece of software and it’s instantly part of your network.

    Assembly was a snap and you can easily adjust the viewing direction and angle of the camera after you’ve got the camera mounted where you want it.

    In my case I’ve mounted the camera on a shed in my back yard and have it pointed back towards the house. It’s at least 100′ from from where my router sits – not to mention that it’s communicating through a number of walls.

    I have very little patience or interest in handyman type projects – even for me this one was a no-brainer.

    I would strongly recommend this camera to anyone – regardless of technical or handyman type skill!

  2. Butternut Farm Says:

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    I’d been looking a long time for a product like this… a wireless IP surveillance camera with decent motion detection and email alerts. There really aren’t too many such animals at present. The Archerfish is one of a kind from what I’ve seen. The technology behind this product (streaming video analysis and selective motion detection) is running on the Archerfish servers, not inside the camera itself. That’s really the essence of how it works, and unfortunately it doesn’t come cheap. The camera is pricey to start, plus there’s a $5/month subscription fee. All that said, I think the product and service deliver as advertised, and I give it good marks so far.

    The online “SmartPortal” where you view live video, configure event triggers, and view event clips is easy to use and well-documented. The device was simple to initially configure. There is definitely port forwarding involved with the setup. If your wireless router has UPnP enabled, it might configure the port forwarding on its own, but be prepared to access your router’s interface. There is sufficient documentation on this. My only hiccup was when I placed the camera in its final position (mounted on the side of a barn overlooking the driveway and back door), I had a problem with the signal strength on my wireless router. The dhcp process is particularly sensitive to a weak signal. I ended up moving the router closer to the back of the house, and that solved the problem. The device does not support 802.11.n at present, just 802.11.b/g.

    I’ve only been using it for a few days, but I’m getting very good event detection. I’ve had only one false positive so far… our cat got picked up as a “person” event. I will say that the camera placement is really critical to performance. Before you buy, carefully review that page where they go through the best practices, and think about where exactly you’ll be mounting the camera. If you can’t meet most of those, especially the distance (field of view) and the left-to-right motion, then you should lower expectations a bit. Also, keep in mind the minimum operating temperature is 14F. Being in New England, I’m going to have to move it indoors from Dec-March.

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