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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 224101 2-Nov-2017 12:05
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Bought this from Amazon for the continuous recording feature. The size of it slightly larger than what I thought it would be, so never replaced my old one with this.  


I will forward the Amazon receipt to the buyer. Paid NZD $200+ (on special) and would be keen to get the same back if possible. 




Aposonic SpotCam HD Eva 720P Wireless Video Monitoring PTZ Camera with Free 24-Hour Cloud Continuous Recording (White) 
This is the Only camera in the world that has free CLOUD Continuous Recording for 24 hours. 
You can control the camera and move it by tilt etc. 


Condition: This is brand new but the box is opened - never powered on. All box and materials etc are not used. Good quality and had lot of good reviews from various sources for indoor monitoring camera. 


More details from Amazon .. 


- 720P HD Video With 110 Degrees Diagonal View (1280 x 720P) 
- Pan / Tilt / Digital Zoom 
- Free Fulltime Continuous Cloud Recording 
- See Clearly In The Dark 
- Active Alert Notification To Your Mail And Mobile App 
- Two-Way Audio For Much More Fun 
- Export And Save Video Clips Forever 
- SpotCam Works With IFTTT (SpotCam is seamlessly integrated with IFTTT. With hundreds of apps, services, and devices including Facebook, Twitter, Evernote, Gmail, Amazon Alexa, Google Home, Nest, Fitbit, and Slack.) 

SpotCam HD Eva is a cloud based Wi-Fi video monitoring PTZ camera, it is a true cloud camera that comes with Free 24-hour recycling video recording on the cloud and allow you to view live video not only on your mobile device but also PC or laptop. 

You can also make film and save on the cloud with optional NVR plan. Image quality of SpotCam HD Eva is on par with professional CCTV camera, its 720P HD resolution and 110 degree wide angle view with Pan-Tilt-Zoom functions provide optimal image quality and 360 degrees panoramic view. 

Also its 12x IR LEDs help you keep clear night vision. Setup and ready to go in a matter of seconds. Hassle-free connection to the internet, power cord is the only thing you need to connect to SpotCam. 


Pick up from Flat Bush or Couriered at buyers cost nationwide.

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  Reply # 1945366 23-Jan-2018 13:17
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Still available

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  Reply # 1952853 7-Feb-2018 11:43
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Still available .. 


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  Reply # 1957013 14-Feb-2018 12:31
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I will take 150 for it and ship it free anywhere in NZ now. 

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