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We got an extremely affordable indoor security camera from Gocomma

Rotatable in all directions, full HD resolution, and looks great!

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Recently, more and more security cameras have been found under Gearbest's own brand names. Now, the debut piece can fit into non-professional systems, just a very versatile camera in the room on the shelf. Of course, it can be used in the office and can be mounted not only on the shelf, but also on the ceiling.

We got an extremely affordable indoor security camera from Gocomma 1

But the point is not where we mount it, but what you know. This camera knows a lot. It can be completely rotated around its head, the angle of the camera can be adjusted, so that its essence can be completely wrapped around it, not a cent in its surroundings without observation. The resolution is right, because it's full HD. Can be used in the dark, with built-in infra LEDs up to 10-30 meters. There is motion detection, alarm, recording on the inserted memory card.

Gocomma 1080P Wireless WIFI IR Cut Security IP Camera Night Vision Intelligent Surveillance Cameras White EU Plug

Thanks to the built-in speaker and microphone, you can also create a two-way audio connection, because of its versatility, it can be used not only for security but also for a baby camera. Of course, we can observe the picture of the camera on our obilla, and even rotate it through the program. If motion detection is set, it will send an alarm to your phone.

Gocomma 1080P Wireless WIFI IR Cut Security IP Camera Night Vision Intelligent Surveillance Cameras White EU Plug

We can now buy the camera for HUF 6770, delivery is free. Click here to add to cart: Gocomma 1080p security camera

We got an extremely affordable indoor security camera from Gocomma 2

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