|Product Code||: B009SPUXE6|
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Add motion detection capability to your existing VueZone system. With VueZone's remote home video monitoring system, you can watch your home, check on family or pets and monitor your business. Wherever you go, you have a view into your world
- Product Dimensions: 4.8 x 4.8 x 8.9 inches ; 14.1 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
- Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
- ASIN: B009SPUXE6
- Item model number: VZCM2050-100NAS
- Batteries: 2 CR123A batteries required. (included)
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 18, 2012
We haven’t resolved the problems with the cameras just yet, but I do feel it will be taken care of in a timely manner. So, just based on this phone call alone, I will purchase additional cameras (if needed) and recommend this product to many of my friends.
Add on camera
Con…The 10 second time lapse between motion detection and camera record motion is too long.
Great little cameras but subscription getting a bit steep
Inexpensive, definitely useful – but comes with a major irritation.
I’ve been using a Vuezone 4-camera motion detector system for three years now. I installed the system for peace of mind when traveling and it fulfills that function admirably. I can check in from anywhere and view my property in real time, get emails when motion has been detected and play fairly decent quality videos of the events which are stored on Vuezone’s servers. Setup was a breeze. No complaints whatsoever with the any of the above.
My gripe, and for me it’s a biggie: The Android app! While it allows me to view cameras in real time on my smart phone or tablet, it will not allow me to reliably arm and disarm my cameras. That functionality needs to be accomplished through the web interface on my computer. I’ve installed the app on three devices now running Android 2.3, 4.0.4 and 4.4.2 respectively, and the app simply does not support this function.
When I’m away — as Netgear advertises — I would like to quickly, efficiently and conveniently arm and disarm my cameras from my phone. Instead, I am forced to haul out my laptop, find a wifi hotspot and login to my Vuezone account on the web.
Vuezone tech support has been responsive and emails seem to indicate this is a known bug and promise an Android app update in the future, but this issue has been known for many, many months now and has yet to be addressed. Could it be that now Netgear owns Vuezone it has cut back on development support?
If the Android app performed as advertised I’d give the Vuezone system 4-5 stars. Come on Netgear, let’s get this fixed!