Linksys WLS INET VID CAM WLSB 802.11G RJ45 - Security Camera User Rating
Price range: $177.00 - $259.99 from 37 Seller with a available.

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Description:The Linksys Wireless-G Internet Video Camera sends live video with sound through the Internet to a web browser anywhere in the world! This compact, self-contained unit lets you keep track of your home, your kids, your workplace -- whatever'.Reviewed by: BSalita from CA on Dec 28, 2004

Experience: 1 Months

Strengths: Reliable, portable

Weaknesses: White balance isn't great so colors are somewhat off.

Summary: I wanted a survailence camera that I could setup and forget. This product has been great. I've never had to reset either the camera or the router. I would prefer a wider angle lens.

Reviewed by:Reviewed by: kappelhans from IL on Dec 15, 2004

Experience: 3 Days

Strengths: Good image quality, good in low light

Weaknesses: Lock ups

Summary: (Edited December 25th by kappelhans) I have 2 Linksys WVC11B cameras that I have never had any problems with. So, I figured if I upgraded to the WVC54G model I wouldn't have any problems with that either. Since the setup is identical to that of the WVC11Bs, and I was very familiar with it, I had the WVC54G up and running (with full security and port forwarding configured) in less than 30 minutes. However, after three days, the thing locked up and rendered itself inaccessible. I've had this problem with other cameras and was never able to get the problems resolved (after working with tech support, which merely went over the basic settings already in the setup guide, and then advising me to return the cameras when going through their scripts didn't solve the problem). So, I decided not to waste any more time or energy on it this time around and I just returned it for a refund. Oh, yeah...Linksys tech support wasn't very helpful. And, to be fair, I have had similar experiences with D-Link as well. I think you might have better luck with the camera if you don't have any (or many) other 802.11G networks in the close vicinity. The various tech support reps never mention or suggest this could be the problem. I think this may in fact be the problem and explains why I don't have problems with my 802.11B cameras, as they are less susceptible to interference by other close networks.

Reviewed by:Reviewed by: whoyadaddy from FL on Jan 11, 2005

Experience: 1 Months

Strengths: It's crap but it looks pretty cool.

Weaknesses: It looks pretty cool but it's crap..!!

Summary: 802.11b tops out @ 30fps. 802.11g cameras, on the other hand, top out @ 30fps...?? Hello..?? Alot more money for the same thing with a different letter. Gimme a break.
Also - Linksys cams will absolutely never completely wash out (as long as there is a total solar eclipse) otherwise welcome to washout central. Steer clear of this crapcam.

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