Home budget wifi cctv : Xiaomi Xiaofang

The Xiaomi Xiaofang 1S Smart IP camera comes with three attractive features. The first one is that it comes with an upgraded video chip that is faster and more stable. The second is that it offers 18-level grayscale night vision which allows it shoot brighter images in dim light conditions. The third one is that it features enhanced color reproduction capabilities.
The small square shaped 1S camera uses a 11-degree wide-angle, 1.27-inch large CMOS image sensor with f/2.0 aperture that supports maximum resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. Monitoring a baby becomes easier since the IR-CUT automatic double filter offers a maximum visual distance of up to 9 meters. Even with such a long distance, the camera easily show the smile on the baby’s face.Apart from monitoring and voice monitoring, the Xiaomi Xiaofang 1s Smart IP camera can detect smoke and sound an alarm. If there is an suspicious incidence, the camera will automatically start recording a video. The design that looks like a square and relative box is kept unchanged support base. * slot in Micro SD card before connecting it to wifi for easier connection *Steps : 1) Download ( MiHome ) apps.  2) Set your mainland to China. 3) Pair your XiaoFang Cube IP CCTV with your device.If unable to pair, app keeps showing “Connection Error” or “Connection Time out”, please attempt this following steps to solve: 1) Press and hold the setup button (while the camera is being powered on) to do a hard reset of the camera. (Press until the blinking orange light turn solid) 2) Uninstall and install the app again 3) Change in app language to Chinese


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