Wifi Panaroma camera ES-WP608XM bulb
Model: ES-WP608XM (Please verify the model name and number for accuracy)
Type: WiFi Panoramic Bulb Camera Field of View: Panoramic bulb cameras typically offer a wide-angle field of view, often spanning 180 to 360 degrees, capturing a complete view of the surroundings. Resolution: The camera is likely to offer a certain resolution, such as 1080p Full HD, providing clear and detailed video footage. Design: A WiFi Panoramic Bulb Camera is designed to resemble a regular light bulb, allowing it to blend seamlessly into its environment while providing surveillance coverage. Camera Placement: The camera is integrated into the bulb itself, often positioned at the center of the bulb’s base. Installation: The panoramic bulb camera is screwed into a standard light socket, replacing a traditional light bulb. Connectivity: WiFi-enabled – The camera connects to your local WiFi network, enabling remote access and control via a mobile app. Mobile App: The camera is likely compatible with a dedicated mobile app that allows you to remotely access the live feed, recorded footage, and configure settings using a smartphone or tablet. Motion Detection: Many panoramic bulb cameras come with motion detection capabilities. When motion is detected, the camera can start recording, send notifications, or trigger other actions. Two-Way Audio: Depending on the model, the camera might support two-way audio communication, allowing you to listen and speak through the camera using the app. Remote Access: Through the mobile app, you can remotely access the live feed and recorded footage from the camera over the internet. Night Vision: Panoramic bulb cameras often include infrared (IR) LEDs for night vision, enabling them to capture video in low-light or dark conditions. Storage: Recorded video footage can be stored locally on a microSD card inserted into the camera or in the cloud, depending on the model. Usage: WiFi Panoramic Bulb Cameras are commonly used for discreet surveillance in homes, offices, or other indoor environments. They provide a complete view of the area, making them suitable for monitoring large spaces.