FHD 1080P WiFi Indoor Home Security Camera Two-Way Audio, Smart Wireless Baby Monitor, IR Night Vision, App for iPhone, Android, Surveillance Security Cam Motion Detection, Alexa- Cloud Sorage
Features and specification
|Integration Supported smart home integration|
|Interface Smart device connectivity interface|
|Manufacturer Smart device manufacturer|
|Country of Origin|
2.95 x 2.95 x 4.9 inches
Frequently asked question
Full set of camera: 1. FHD30 camera 2. Power adapter 100-240V US socket … see more Full set of camera: 1. FHD30 camera 2. Power adapter 100-240V US socket 3. Power cable 6.6ft USB to USB type A 4. Mount for vertical installation 5. Mount for horizontal installation 6. Set of dowels with screw 2 pcs 7. User Manual and Quick Start Guide To store the video archive, you can use Cloud Storage or insert a memory card into the camera 16-128Gb (not included) To broadcast online, no memory card is required.
Check the following: 1. WiFi must operate at 2.4 GHz (5 GHz - camera does not support) 2. For the first connection, place the camera close to the router. … see more Check the following: 1. WiFi must operate at 2.4 GHz (5 GHz - camera does not support) 2. For the first connection, place the camera close to the router. 3. Make sure WiFI has a password, if WiFi is without password, the camera will not connect. 4. Check if you are entering the WiFi name and password correctly 5. Wifi password encryption type should be the latest WPA / WPA2, not legacy WEP. 6. Make sure you choose the right camera from the list - Smart Camera (Wi-Fi)
Have you watched the video on how to connect or Quick Start Guide? https://m.media-amazon.com/images/I/A1HmCc7HDsL.pdf … see more Have you watched the video on how to connect or Quick Start Guide? https://m.media-amazon.com/images/I/A1HmCc7HDsL.pdf Check the following: 1. WiFi must operate at 2.4 GHz (5 GHz - camera does not support) 2. For the first connection, place the camera close to the router. 3. Make sure WiFI has a password, if WiFi is without password, the camera will not connect. 4. Check if you are entering the WiFi name and password correctly 5. Wifi password encryption type should be the latest WPA / WPA2, not legacy WEP. 6. Make sure you choose the right camera from the list - Smart Camera (Wi-Fi)
There are 4 status indicators (flashing lights): 1. Flashing Red - Start mode. The camera is waiting for a connection to a WiFi router (Internet) and is ready to scan a QR code from a mobile device 2. Unblinking Red - Boot Mode. When the camera boots. … see more There are 4 status indicators (flashing lights): 1. Flashing Red - Start mode. The camera is waiting for a connection to a WiFi router (Internet) and is ready to scan a QR code from a mobile device 2. Unblinking Red - Boot Mode. When the camera boots. 3. Flashing Blue - Connection mode. The camera is trying to connect* to a previously configured WiFi router and to the Internet 4. Unblinking Blue - Normal mode. The camera is connected and working normally (There is a connection to a WiFi router and the Internet) Camera Sounds Description 1. Short welcome melody - the sound of turn on the camera 2. Three short sounds «Beep Beep Beep»- Successful reading of the QR code by the camera from the screen of your mobile device or successful reset of the camera (after pressing the Reset button for 5 - 10 seconds)
6 reviews for FHD 1080P WiFi Indoor Home Security Camera Two-Way Audio, Smart Wireless Baby Monitor, IR Night Vision, App for iPhone, Android, Surveillance Security Cam Motion Detection, Alexa- Cloud Sorage
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This camera is perfect! I was looking for an affordable wifi camera for my newborn and I wasn’t willing to shed $100+. I have had this camera for close to 5 months now and it checks all the boxes and more!
– Connecting to my home wifi and to my phone was easy enough.
– The picture quality is really good.
– Night vision is great.
– It has motion and sound detection, which are accurate and not overly sensitive.
– There is a ‘record’ option and I record my little one from his crib from time to time (yes, I’m that kind of mom).
My only issue was that it came with something to anchor it to a wall but nothing to clip it on a bassinet. I finally found a clip that works for it. It just happened that a lighting ring I bought for Zoom meetings came with a clip which screw fits my camera (it’s the AaDIGO 6” Ring Light for Computer).
I definitely recommed this camera, 5/5 for me!10/04/2022Verified Purchase
Very Functional - Bought this to work with Tuya/SmartLife
I have six of those, bought two first, then liked them and bought 4 more. I have no issues with any of the 6 FHD-30 cameras from Morvelli. I have never had the older version with the wider base, so this review is focused on the newer FHD-30 models. I have seen other reviews expressing issues with faulty hardware and/or network and software issues, I would like to address those here:
1. I bought those cameras to work specifically with my home automation ‘ecosystem,’ which is mostly Tuya/SmartLife (same company). The cameras work very well with the SmartLife app, I am able to view any camera, any time, and I can also view 8 cameras (one different brand for baby cry detection, and a different brand for doorbell camera) at once on screen via the app.
2. There is about a one half-second lag time between what you see on camera and in reality, this also presents when you use the app to rotate the camera view, I assume the lag time varies with the quality of one’s network strength. I am using a high quality router with dual band networks (2.4ghz and 5ghz), and all cameras are on the 2.4ghz band (they cannot function on 5ghz). We do not use any wifi repeaters, our house is 1400sq feet and two stories, cameras are on both floors, I have not had any connection issues.
3. The setup process is a bit of guesswork the first time you do it, but once you succeed, further setups become easier. The SmartLife app has a great guide to help with setup.
4. Those cameras do not require any subscription to function or store recordings, although the app will keep offering you a subscription option, ignore that. You will need a micro SD card to store local (at home/in the camera) recordings. I use high speed 128gb micro SD cards in each of the cameras, recordings are stored flawlessly up to 19 or 20 days with 128gb.
5. You are able to use 2 way talk with any of the cameras, and you are able to turn off this option. The cameras have motion detection, which I do not use, because it is too sensitive. The cameras also have sound detection, which I did use early on for my baby’s crying, but those were too sensitive, even on the ‘low’ sensitivity setting, so I got a different camera with a specific detection for babies crying. FHD-30 cameras do not have detection specifically for babies crying.
6. Playback function on the app – when you scroll through the bar with the time markers, it is very frustrating when trying to be precise, as when you move your finger slowly and lift it, the bar will then ‘rocket’ in one direction sometimes. Not sure why it is like this, hopefully it’s fixed in a future update. You are able to save pictures/screenshots/clips of the videos directly to your phone with the record function, this works for live and playback feeds.
Overall, I am pleased with those cameras, they do what I expected them to do, and some more.07/13/2022Verified Purchase
Great value exactly what I wanted!
Love it! Follow the instructions verbatim to set up. Does everything one would need to watch their home. I did opt to pay $5 month for 2 weeks of saved videos but it comes with 30 day free trial & you don’t need it to see the live stream. Just make sure your router has 2.4 & 5 GHz ( I would suggest having your provider create a separate wifi name and password for the 2.4Ghz network). I might get another one!07/12/2022Verified Purchase
Great value for the price
I bought it to watch over my dog while we’re out of the apartment, works like a dream picture quality is great plus night vision, they include wall mount which is cool06/24/2022Verified Purchase
Comparing the new FHD30 to the FHD22
First of all, I did not rate the ‘Sheerness’ and the ‘Thickness’ because I have no idea what those qualities have to do with an IP Camera. That said, here are my two cents:
I have had a Morvelli FHD22 camera for well over a year now. I love it. I use it for watching my toddler grandkids in their playroom. I also use it to keep an eye on the house while on vacation. I have been very happy with it. When I saw that there was a newer model – the FHD30 – I was curious to see how it stacked up against the FHD22. What I have observed:
1. The maximum micro-SD card size has doubled to 128 gig, so I need to change cards only half as often.
2. Setup is pretty much the same – very simple. Both the FHD22 and FHD30 will only run on a 2.4GHz WiFi. The only hiccup I had with both the FHD22 and FHD30 was due to my network being a dual-band with the 2.4GHz band and 5GHz band having the same SSID (network name). If your double-band networks each have a unique SSID, you don’t need to worry. If they have the same name, it might take a couple tries. Before you ask – I only have mine named the same because that’s how my Internet Provider recommends naming them.
3. The FHD30 is somewhat smaller than the FHD22 and significantly less obtrusive. It seems that at least some of decrease in size is due to the fact that an Ethernet connection (hard wire) is no longer supported. I use wired connections on my network as much as possible, so no big deal.
4. Reset button location. On the FHD22, the power and cable connections and the reset button are in a recessed area. On the FHD30, they are no longer recessed, and the reset button has been moved slightly. Although this may seem trivial – I always found it awkward to find the reset button when I was doing the initial installation. With the new setup, it was quite easy to find and press the reset button without having to actually see it. For me, this was a nice change.
5. Power – the FHD22 had a USB cable that ended with round jack that plugged into the camera. The FHD30 has a standard micro-USB connector on the camera. Again, this may seem trivial – but it is nice to be able to use a shorter cable or a longer cable if I want to. And I do not have to worry about misplacing the power cable anymore, since it uses a standard USB cable now. This has enabled me to just plug the FHD30 into one of my portable power banks. I ran it that way for a couple of days before the power bank needed charging. This makes it easy to set up the FHD30 in a temporary spot without needing to worry about the availability of electrical outlet.
6. Motion and Sound detection. The FHD22 had motion detection and alert as well as motion tracking. The FHD30 dropped motion tracking and replaced it with sound detection. The sound alert is especially useful if you are using this as a baby monitor.
7. Night vision – this can be turned off or set to auto. I tend to set it to auto so that I don’t need to worry about it. The picture is surprisingly good, even in total darkness.
8. I have been running my FHD22 and FHD30 side by side for a week now. I have to say that the picture quality of the FHD30 is significantly better that the FHD22. The picture is brighter, sharper, and crisper.
9. Both the FHD22 and new FHD30 are Google and Alexa ready.
10. I have about eight other IP cameras that are all over 8 years old. It is pretty amazing to see how the technology has progressed and how easily the new cameras are to set up and use, while costing less than half what I paid in the past.
My conclusion – I have to say that I do miss the motion tracking of the FHD22. If one of my dogs walked by, it was nice to be able to automatically track them. That said, I think the pluses of being able to power with a standard micro-USB cable along with the significantly better picture out-weigh the loss of motion tracking. I would not hesitate to recommend this to a friend.05/23/2022Verified Purchase
Got this to keep an eye on elderly father. Works great05/15/2022Verified Purchase