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Old 03-08-2014, 10:48 PM   #2181
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It looks like I bought the same camera as " marina clown" showed in his post,... I'm sure in the long run it'll be a cool thing to have ,.. Right now it's across the room on the fall wall so the actual video feed might not be the best but it'll let me know things are ok,...I might experiment by moving the cam closer etc but at this point I'm toast ,.. Trying hard to finish a glass of wine before falling asleep ,.. Hopefully I've managed to attach a pic showing its current view
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Old 03-08-2014, 11:19 PM   #2182
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21st century joined,....wifi cam up and running!!! My nephew ( who works in the computer trade ) came over and we installed a wifi router ,a wifi extender and my wifi camera,..... A few snags along the way but after some great tech support all the way from Bangkok we ( he) got it all up and running..... Whew!!! Wish I had a cold one right about now!!!!

Yay! Congrats!
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Old 03-09-2014, 08:26 PM   #2183
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Just out of curiosity ,... Are you guys using multiple cameras on your tanks or just a single? It's kind of neat being at work and being able to see your tank too. , I think I'm going to like this
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Old 03-09-2014, 08:53 PM   #2184
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Dary's tank!

I have three, two can pan and tilt one is fixed but has a 180 degree fish eye lens.
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Old 03-09-2014, 09:04 PM   #2185
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Nice !!! I can see getting another one somewhere down the line ,... If I may ask , what cameras are you currently using ?
P.s. nice fish room !
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Old 03-09-2014, 11:11 PM   #2186
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Just out of curiosity ,... Are you guys using multiple cameras on your tanks or just a single? It's kind of neat being at work and being able to see your tank too. , I think I'm going to like this

I originally purchased a DLink Cloud Cam that has a pan/tilt feature to have a view of my QT in addition to my main display. However, after numerous trouble shootings and final failed attempt I exchanged for the one I posted a picture of earlier and it has worked great so far. I will probably just have this one.
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I use foscam's because they are cheap.
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Old 03-09-2014, 11:43 PM   #2188
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I originally purchased a DLink Cloud Cam that has a pan/tilt feature to have a view of my QT in addition to my main display. However, after numerous trouble shootings and final failed attempt I exchanged for the one I posted a picture of earlier and it has worked great so far. I will probably just have this one.
Good info,...thanks
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I use foscam's because they are cheap.
They look like they put out a nice picture,.... Are yours controlled via an "app" or website or ?? I remember a few months back when you sent me the link to access the camera(s) but I can't remember how it was all setup.
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There are several good apps that will communicate with foscam cameras. Those shots posted were taken with one of those apps.
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