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Tenvis 319W HD Network Camera Driver
Find great deals for TENVIS Mini W Black Wireless IP Camera With WiFi Support Product Identifiers. BRAND. TENVIS. eBay Product ID (ePID). Mini WiFi IP Network Camera Wireless Webcam 2Audio IR-LED W HD. This package provides the necessary installation files of Tenvis W HD Network Camera Firmware version Important notice: Any upgrading has. : TENVIS JPTW-HD Wireless Surveillance IP/Network Security Camera, Baby Monitor, Night Vision, Black: Computers & Accessories.
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Tenvis 319W HD Network Camera Driver
The video from both cams look good at night, with or without the IRs functioning. But keep in mind, you will need a minimal source of light elsewhere, if you blackout the LEDs like I did.
TENVIS Mini w WiFi Wireless IP Camera Baby Monitor - White eBay
I have 2 different Tenvis cams, and the software on both is very crude and rudimentary. It works fine, it just looks like it was programmed back in the 90's.
Foscam's interface, however, is pleasing to the eye, well laid out, straightforward, and very easy to use. There's just no comparison; Foscam wins, hands-down. Foscam is about 2.
Foscam actually has great quality mounts for all their standard PTZ cams, but the one for this mini version just wouldn't stay in place; the ball joint kept sliding one way or another Tenvis 319W HD Network Camera wouldn't stay put, no matter how hard I tightened it. Just the weight of the cam alone was enough to make the mount drift out of alignment. Tenvis' mount is also crap.
Warranty & Support
The one for this mini cracked with the first turn of the camera screw, rendering it useless. And this seems to be a running theme with Tenvis, because their mount for my standard PTZ cam is equally crap. They Tenvis 319W HD Network Camera friendly enough, but there's definitely a language barrier, coupled with the time difference to China, and the fact that all communication is happening via email, and it all adds up to a tedious experience.
I haven't had the need to call Foscam or use their customer service, in part Tenvis 319W HD Network Camera their User Tenvis 319W HD Network Camera is so good, that I don't feel the need for additional guidance. But I can say that, Foscam appears to have offices in Texas, and when I submitted my Best Offers to them on a popular auction site, both were accepted, and all email communique was highly professional and friendly.
So if I ever run into problems, I feel more confident working with Foscam than Tenvis.
You need some knowledge of routing, WiFi, port forwarding and IP addresses to make these cams work. In fact, I never really read the instructions for any of them; I just jumped in and got the cams going on my system within 15 minutes.
The fine tuning and tweaking, naturally, took much longer. But the initial setup is pretty easy.
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Very easy to use, and you can control and tweak pretty much anything. Works with most every IP cam, webcam, and even camcorders out there. Very nice upgrade, particularly coming from Logitech WiLife, which was just crap.
Bottom Line -- Tenvis mini is ok, if you don't mind the wonky interface, and your environment is pretty clean. The video quality is good, provided you can maintain a reliable signal. But the short antenna on the Tenvis mini ensures you're not getting very far from your router with it. Foscam, with its replaceable antenna, is the way to go if your environment is more challenging. Save the downloadable package.
TENVIS IP Camera Software/Firmware/Tools Download Center
Log into the network camera's web user interface. Navigate to the "System config" section. In "System Update" section, click "Browse" and choose the firmware suitable for your camera.