Oco Pro Dome v2 WiFi Weatherproof and Vandal-Proof Security Camera with Micro SD Card and Cloud Storage – 1080p Day/Night Outdoor/Indoor IP Surveillance System with Remote Monitoring

(6 customer reviews)
Recommended Uses For ProductIndoor,Outdoor
Model NameV2 WiFi Weatherproof and Vandal-Proof Security Camera with Micro SD Card and Cloud Storage - 1080p Day/Night Outdoor/Indoor IP Surveillance System with Remote MonitoringV2 WiFi Weatherproof and Vandal-Proof Security Camera with Micro SD Card and Cloud Storage - 1080p Day/Night Outd…
Connectivity TechnologyWireless
Special FeatureNight Vision, Motion Sensor
  • Weather and vandal proof – Oco Pro Dome is weather and vandal proof and is built to sustain extreme weather conditions
  • No NVR Needed – Store all video in the Cloud and on a local Micro SD Card
  • Crisp FullHD – Oco Pro cameras support Full HD video quality
  • Smart Self-learning Motion Detection system learns every hour you use it to avoid false notifications
  • You don’t need to pay monthly fees to access all camera features in addition to 24h Cloud Storage for 10 sec
SKU: B079318VV4 Category:
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Features and specification

Integration Supported smart home integration


Interface Smart device connectivity interface

Manufacturer Smart device manufacturer


Item Package Quantity


Special Features


Batteries Included?

Batteries Required?

Product Dimensions

‎4.3 x 4.3 x 3.2 inches


Power Source

Mounting Type


‎Oco Pro Dome

Included Components

‎Oco Pro Dome camera, 5 ft network cable (for initial setup), Wall outlet 12v power adapter

Item Weight

Frequently asked question

Did it come with free cloud storage on the free plan, do you have a link where i can see price plan??

www.ivideon.com search that link and you will find plans for you.

How is this device powered, 110?

Hi, yes, power adapter is included

How long is the power cord? Can it be used with an extension cord. Can you save recordings to a pc hard drive?

The power cord is approx. 6ft long. I just installed a camera this week. You could use an extension cord. I opted to splice in an additional 6ft of power cord to reach my camera location.

If internet is down, will camera record locally and when internet comes back, it will sync all those videos back to cloud?'

Yes, if you have a micro SD card installed for it to capture the video while offline

6 reviews for Oco Pro Dome v2 WiFi Weatherproof and Vandal-Proof Security Camera with Micro SD Card and Cloud Storage – 1080p Day/Night Outdoor/Indoor IP Surveillance System with Remote Monitoring


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  • Anonymous

    Images on listing are very deceptive. See what the product really looks like

    The images on this product listing are very deceptive. The listing makes it look like this is wireless, but this is NOT the case. I waited for 2 months for this to arrive only to see that this product is not as described in the images. Unless they sent me the wrong model, please beware of this issue. Also, i seldom write any reviews but this is a disaster so had to give heads-up on this

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  • Anonymous

    The inside plastic piece broke while rotating camera lens.

    While installing the security camera to the wall and trying to adjust the camera inside the dome … the cheap plastic piece that holds the inside camera to the frame broke off. I had to fashion a piece to hold the camera in place …. which is not doing a good
    job. I hate the idea of taking it down to return it. The two small screws on each side of the camera so you can adjust the camera are so small and tight I was not able to loosen one in order to give the camera more motion.So far I am not happy. However the clarity of the video is sharp and clear. I did contact technical support an forwarded them the above picture. Waiting for their response. Called Ivideon and they said if Amazon will rectify the situation they will. Amazon sent me a new camera and arranged for UPS to pick up the damaged one at my location. I am very satisfied!!!! The only other issue I have with the camera is the cloud backup. I noticed the camera will stop recording when it views motion of a person walking in its field. Then it stops recording so you get a second of the person but when it shuts off you don’t have time to see who the person is. I wish it recorded better.

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  • Anonymous

    Don't Waste Your Money

    Updated Review: The camera has a solid build and I like the anti-theft feature of how it’s installed. The Wireless antenna is flimsy and easily broken (did this once already), and at times the device has connection issues to the Ivideon server (fixed this already). The image quality is good, going from small video to 2K, but the WiFi connection is horrible. If you use it, expect choppy video where parts are missing. Expect that notifications of motion detection will not always occur. Expect consistent disconnects. Your best bet is to have a wired connection vice WiFi. The Motion detection for ‘Normal’ is a 70% miss. I’ve had packages delivered and the camera didn’t pick up the postal worker 15 feet away, and if it did, the WiFi only got the last 10 seconds of the person walking away. I’ve had items stolen from my porch recently and this camera turned a blind-lens to it all. When you set the motion detection on ‘High’, you’ll get notified for everything, including the wind or any bit of light that reflects off the lens. Customer service has been pretty good with trying to fix the issues I’ve had thus far. But for a camera of this price, with this quality, and comparing to similar cameras…I recommend spending your money elsewhere.

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  • Anonymous

    Good quality picture but camera is not POE without cumbersome conversion kit

    I bought this OCO dome to replace a previous OCO dome that was reliable for several years before failing. Since the location of this camera is far from a wireless router it needed to have ethernet cable run directly to it and this camera requires a separate input for power. I thought it was odd that an earlier camera model was POE but the newer version is not. OCO sells a kit to convert to POE but it is extra bulk that was very hard to coil into the j-box the camera is mounted to. All this made the changeover a lot more difficult.
    Also, the OCO cameras are not set up to mount on standard US back boxes – in my case a Bell exterior round box. In order to mount this camera I had to fabricate a flat plate drilled and tapped for the OCO baseplate. This took a few extra hours to do what should have been an easy transition.
    After finally getting it installed it is performing well so far, but I may think twice before buying another OCO unless the mounting provisions are more compatible with US standards.

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  • Anonymous

    Pro Dome V2 is bigger camera with wider field of view and longer night range than the original pro dome camera.

    Received the camera and it was defective. The camera was having trouble staying connected to Ivideon servers via my WiFI. I have three other OCO camera’s on my account and none of them have any issues with connecting to the server. My older cameras are the original pro dome version and not the Pro Dome V2 camera like this new one. The V2 camera is bigger than the original pro dome camera. The angle of view and night vision is better on the V2 camera but the trade off is bigger camera that’s not as sleek and more noticable compared to original pro dome camera. I trouble shoot with IT and they could not get the camera to function properly. I returned it and purchased another pro dome v2 camera. It was just installed and I’m hoping it doesn’t have the same problems as the 1st pro dome v2 camera I purchased.

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  • Anonymous

    WiFi, but bring your network switch

    This is my fourth Oco camera.
    The good – picture quality is great and what I expect from Oco. The unit is also very reliable even on a remote cellular uplink
    The bad – needs an Ethernet cable to register even though this is a WiFi camera. By comparison, we bought a cheap WiFi pet feeder and it could connect without an initial Ethernet connection so seeing the hardline requirement on a WiFi camera is disappointing and an item to consider if you are deploying to a remote location. Also to the bad, video rotation in software only offers 180 degrees but when mounting overhead a 90 degree rotation would be nice. I tried reorienting the camera, but it seems to find its own sense of ‘up’ which struggles on a celling mount

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