What Wired or Wireless Network Camera is the Best?

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If you listen closely to the beginning of this video, you’ll hear Wicket bark. I was doing a pan and scan of my living room downstairs, using a camera connected to my network remotely. I couldn’t believe he wasn’t caught lying curled up on the couch. That’s where he tends to spend most of his time when he thinks I’m not looking.

Having a camera like this gives me a better idea of what is going on around my house at any given time, without having to get up and physically walk to another area of my home. Yes – I’m lazy! If I’m busy working, I can glance at my screen and see who is where in the house, and what the dogs are up to.

The resolution is nice, and the quality is decent. I can easily change the image quality and brightness, to match the lighting in each room. This particular camera has a built-in web interface even. In fact, I could give you the link to my camera feed, and you could watch what’s going on in my house.

The Panasonic Wireless 802.11 b/g Network Camera and Pet Cam can be viewed and controlled from a standard web browser. Place cameras in your home, office, vacation home, or almost anywhere else that you’d like to keep an eye on things, with no PC required on location. They are easy to install, easy to operate and require no additional software for your viewing PC. Each camera also comes with a free web address which can track the camera automatically.

All you need is a browser. All of the software comes included with the camera. Cameras are attached using a regular outlet and router or Ethernet connection. Therefore, you don’t have to have a computer sitting there to have it connected to.

Simplify your life, and grab yourself some extra peace of mind. Grab one of these for yourself today.

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