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Saturday, May 31, 2014

DropCam.com


If I spent a bit more time with Sparks I could probably learn to find whatever frequencies the Feds are using in my place - but until my techie skills get that good, I just found this: DropCam.com.

I'm sure you techie guys know of better systems, cheaper, I'd love to hear about them.  I'm into wifi audio/video that I can capture with phone/tablet/PC.  I'd love a good outdoor rig that I could power off a small solar array.  Alan Mullenax gave me a good site with good gear.

If you guys have options, throw them in the ring.  I especially like the feature that activates and sends me a heads-up when the camera senses motion.  Sweet.

Another issue for you techies:  My future involves much working while not at a convenient PC.  Even the Samsung Mega is too small for me to do any serious blog updates, etc.  Question: Is there an app or solution that would allow me to buy a Tablet and then get phone service through it?

Anyhoo - get wired-up, folks.  Extend your perimeter.  Someone explain to me the reason one could not put a wifi cam with self-sufficient power-source in a place to watch your local - uhm - library?  ;)

Kerodin
III

2 comments:

  1. Go pro hero 3 black. App for icrap video gives good view of what your cam is seeing. Blue tooth sandisk usb drive for separate sync could be done w fellow lll nearby holding the sandisk. Cam is also shock and waterproof and dead simple to operate

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  2. Get an Android powered tablet. There are add on cards available from your favorite cell carrier that add phone capabilities. Like this: http://www.amazon.com/Tagital®-Android-Pre-installed-Enhanced-Version/dp/B00I3D0HIG/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&qid=1401576996&sr=8-8&keywords=android+tablets

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