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Motorola Focus66 Wi-Fi Home Surveillance Security Camera Review - Compared to DLink and Belkin

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Motorola Focus66 Wi-Fi Home Surveillance Security Camera Review - Compared to DLink and Belkin
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The Motorola FOCUS66 Wi-Fi® home video camera turns any compatible smartphone, tablet, or computer into a fully functional home video monitor. Access and control the camera remotely via the secure Hubble app.

INTERACTIVE MONITORING
Stay connected to your favorite people and places wherever you are using the Hubble app on your compatible smartphone, tablet, or computer. Stream real time HD (720p) video of your home and receive motion, sound, and room temperature notifications to stay informed of what’s going on. Add Hubble’s optional Cloud Video Recording (CVR) service to capture all the action on video as it unfolds in your home: http://hubbleconnected.com/plans/. The video is stored securely in the cloud, which you can access at any time on your compatible device and share with family and friends - depending on plan you are subscribed to.

HIGH DEFINITION AND NIGHT VISION
The FOCUS66 features 720p video streaming and a 62° viewing angle. Infrared night vision helps you stay in touch with what s going on in the room, even in very low light levels. Two-way communication helps you stay connected to your family from anywhere. Follow the simple in-app setup instructions and you’ll be ready to monitor in just moments. The camera can also easily be wall mounted.



MANUFACTURER
Motorola
BRAND
Motorola
MONITORING
Hubble connected App
RECORDING PLANS
24-hour recording, 30-day recording, 7-day recording
NOTIFICATIONS & RECORDING
Yes
PAN TILT CONTROL
No
STANDARD FEATURES
HD video, Night vision, Temperature sensor, Two-way communication
EXPANDABLE
Connect up to 10-cameras to one Hubble account
PRODUCT IS HUBBLE ENABLED
No


Motorola FOCUS66 Wi-Fi HD Home Monitoring Camera (FOCUS66-B)
Motorola FOCUS66-B FOCUS66 Wi-Fi HD Home Monitoring Camera

Motorola - Wireless Home Video Monitor - Black (MOTO-FOCUS66)
Motorola MOTO-FOCUS66 - Wireless Home Video Monitor - Black

IMPORTANT:
This information is provided as a general guide only. The features and specifications of this model may vary according to the country of purchase and many other factors. Please check the information provided on the manufacturer’s website in your country for accurate details.


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Buy it on Amazon - http://lon.tv/qc08p (affiliate link) VIDEO INDEX: 0:31 - Hardware overview 0:37 - Night vision footage 2:01 - iPhone app demonstration 6:15 - Web app demonstration 8:39 - Conclusion and final thoughts I've tried a bunch of these low-end WiFi surveillance cameras. This one is to date the best implementation at this price point but it's not perfect. The camera supports 'HD' video at 1280x720, but that video is at a low framerate and heavily compressed even when viewing on a local network. All recording functions are pushed off to a cloud application from another company called Hubble, and most features will require an additional subscription. Pricing was not announced at the time I am writing this review. The camera can be accessed via a web browser or an app that's available for iOS and Android. The Android app allows video to be recorded onto the Android phone or tablet along with still images, while the iPhone version can only capture stills. I found the interface to be better than all of the other cameras I've tried in this price range from Belkin and DLink. Set up was quick and the app worked reliably both in my home and off site. The Hubble software will also record motion events to their cloud (provided you have a subscription) and will build a very nice timeline of every event the camera picks up. Events can be recorded based on motion, sound, and temperature. It is not possible to set motion detection zones so trees moving in the wind could set off false alarms. If you opt out of paying for a subscription you can still stream from the camera remotely and also receive push alerts on your mobile device when motion events take place. I'm always weary of buying a product at a price comparable to competing products and then have to pay a subscription fee to unlock more features. It would be better if they either offered a limited free tier for recording surveillance events or provided an option for users to access the camera directly and use their own software for recording like Dlink does. In the case of the D-Link cameras they can record directly to the camera itself with an SD card, or offloaded to an FTP server. They even offer a mini-DVR device as well. The bottom line? It's a good camera but it's slightly crippled by requiring a subscription fee to unlock its most useful features. See my other security camera reviews here: http://lon.tv/securitycams Visit the Lon.TV store to leave a tip or purchase some of my previously reviewed items! http://lon.tv/store Want to help the channel? Start a Patreon subscription! http://lon.tv/patreon Follow me on Facebook! http://facebook.com/lonreviewstech Follow me on Google+ http://lonseidman.com DISCLOSURE: I am a member of the Amazon Vine program and received this product to review on Amazon's site.

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IMPORTANT:
This information is provided as a general guide only. The features and specifications of this model may vary according to the country of purchase and many other factors. Please check the information provided on the manufacturer’s website in your country for accurate details.


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