Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Choosing The Right Nanny Cam Or Security Camera

Over the years I have been asked about which is the "best" nanny camera or security camera for your home. Recently, I have concluded that when you take into consideration price, easy installation, durability and reputation of the manufacturer - I choose the X10.com Wireless Color Video Nanny Camera Kit.

The XCam2 sets up in only 5 minutes! It's easy to Use! Because the camera is wireless, you can simply place a camera in any area you want to watch over and plug the Video Receiver into your TV! The signal is automatically sent to your TV (or VCR if you want to record the action).

Laptop Magazine commented that "The XCam2 from X10 Wireless Technology provides a perfect solution ... We found the XCam2 Security Camera and XRay Vision software very easy to set up and use."

X10 also has web cam surveillance software that allows you to view live video over the Internet. With X10's WebView Web Cam Surveillance Software, you can view and control up to four X10 cameras from the comfort of any PC. From your PC, monitor 4 wireless XCa,2 cameras from any location (such as your work PC) with an internet connection. From your remote PC, simply access multiview.x10.com, enter your registration code and password, then view all the latest images from all your cameras remotely! Images can be updated up to every 4 seconds. It's that simple.

X10 has many different camera offers. They have a money back guarantee and are a very reputable company. I suggest you shop around and in the end, you will find that X10 is the best value for the money spent.

Good luck to you.



webdework said...

Most types of cameras are using the same video chip. Some of the manufactures uses the same electronic circuit to capture video but add various type of technology to improve the captured image.
The difference between the types of cameras is only the housing, the lens, and the power it requires to operate. So, Choosing the right security camera is really a tough job..

maneesh said...

You might want to try out GotoCamera's free webcam software. GotoCamera http://gotocamera.com is EASY to set up and easy to use. All you need is a webcam (a USB webcam such as those made by Logitech, Creative, etc, or even the webcam integrated into your netbook / notebook) and a Windows PC, and you’re ready to start. Once your camera is set up, you can turn on recording schedules, configure motion detection, share your camera with family, and access it from any browser, including your iPhone, so that you can remotely monitor your camera's recordings. You can watch over your children any time you wish. This is perfect for people who can't afford a nanny to watch over their kids when they're away from home. At less than $4 a month, it makes complete sense to me. Give it a shot, try their 1 week free trial and let me know how it goes :)