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gocomma Lilliput-001 FHD camera - small pepper but cheap!

gocomma Lilliput-001 FHD camera - small pepper but cheap!

The gocomma Lilliput-001 received interesting skills and a friendly price tag.

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We used to have to pay a lot of money for a camera security system, plus the picture quality was crappy. Fortunately, these days are easier, the new cameras don't cost much, their knowledge is growing, and they look good. The gocomma Lilliput-001 is a camera with full HD resolution that can be controlled via a telephone application.

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In terms of key capabilities, the 1920 x 1080 resolution has already been mentioned, but not that it can present this resolution at a rate of 25 frames per second. To do this, it uses a 1 / 2,7 inches 2 megapixel CMOS sensor, through which the central chip creates the image to be transmitted via an H.264 stream. You can connect to your home network via Wi-Fi or a wired Ethernet port. It first supports the n standard, the latter 100 megabits.

The capabilities of the camera are outstanding. Because it can be rotated horizontally by 355 degrees, the head can be moved vertically by 110 degrees. With the help of the built-in infrared LEDs, it “sees” up to 15 meters at night. In addition, it can be set to track objects, ie it automatically tracks the selected people on the move, and even recognizes child writing via its built-in microphone, so it can even be used as a baby monitor. This microphone and built-in speaker allow two-way audio connection.

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The price of the camera is only better than the versatility of the camera, we only have to pay $ 26,99, ie HUF 7860. If you want to buy it, you can find it here: gocomma Lilliput-001 FHD camera

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