30 Jun '17, 7am

#Xiaomi #MiJia 1080P Smart IP Camera Review

#Xiaomi #MiJia 1080P Smart IP Camera Review

One of the most important stuffs of IP camera – motion detection alert is working great on MiJia IP Camera. You can partition and grade the detection system based on grid. set sensitivity level – off, low, medium and high. It will send notification alert to your smartphone once detected motion. Another thing that I like – 8 940nm IR-cut LEDs are able to provide clear night vision videos while they are distracting like other IP cams I have. Yes, those IR LEDs are not visible at all even in pitch-black environment. Finally, there is wide dynamic range (WDR) support as well.

Full article: http://www.jayceooi.com/mijia-1080p-ip-camera-review/

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