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About this product
- Watch your kids, pets, or home even when away, with the Panasonic BL-C131A Wi-Fi network camera. The plug-and-play system of this Panasonic network camera enables you to conveniently set it up without using a PC. Moreover, the built-in heat sensor system of the Panasonic BL-C131A network camera instantly informs you when someone enters your room via an email. With up to 30 frames per second CMOS this Panasonic network camera captures clear, blur-free images. Also, the built-in microphone of this Wi-Fi network camera helps it clearly record the audio. What’s more, built with the privacy mode, this Panasonic network camera lets you conveniently control its access.
- Web Camera TypeNetwork Camera
- Image Sensor TypeCMOS
- Interface TypeEthernet (RJ-45), USB, Wireless - IEEE 802.11b, Wireless - IEEE 802.11g
- Video Capture Resolution640x480
- Digital Video Capture Speed30fps
- Digital Zoom10x
- Included AccessoriesPower Adapter
- RotationMechanical Pan, Mechanical Tilt
- Special FeaturesAuto Exposure, Automatic White Balance, Built-in Motion Detection, Send e-mail alert with image capture
- Built-in MicrophoneBuilt In Microphone
- Platform SearchPC
Most relevant reviews
- aceformanAug 09, 2013by
This is my second camera and I love them even on a Mac.
I bought one of these 5 years ago to watch my dog while I'm at work. I keep the browser window open in the corner of my laptop all day and it works great. I am on a Mac so the functionality is not as good as on a PC but, I can pan and tilt remotely. I can also access it on my iPhone and iPad. The web link is free - no monthly cost. Panasonic has a great help line for setting it up. I bought this one on eBay because I bought a bigger house and want more views. I can now see both cameras simultaneously in multi view. Since they are wireless, they can be put anywhere that you can plug in the power. I haven't found anything that compares for price, quality, and functionality. I might buy another one. :)
- sukhoisu47May 27, 2011by
I've got 3 now and all a+
These camera's seem to work fine. I have mounted it in a unheated outdoor enclosure and have gone through a very hot summer and cold winter with no issues at all. The lens works ok for just keeping a eye on things but I wouldn't use this if you are looking to read number plates and so on. Overall works fine to alert me via sms and email that i have a visitor on the premises
- zflyboySep 15, 2011by
Great security cam or whatever you need an internet cam for.
I have two and this is my third. They work great. Complicated to install however. I am going to buy one more. YOu can view up to four cams on one screen with the browser software. Panasonic has good phone support also.
- bill.in.mnFeb 04, 2010by
I have six of these cameras strategically located around my home so I can keep an eye on things while I'm away. They are flexible and reliable, generally serving this purpose. There are a three significant downsides: 1. The manual, obviously translated from Japanese, fails to properly explain the motion and thermal detection, making these difficult to configure. 2. The digital zoom is poor. For example, the cameras cannot clearly display an 8" analog temperature display at only 20'. 3. The low-light capabilities are poor.
- wheeling-und-de...Mar 13, 2013by
In summary, this is crapware.
Nice baby camera but that's where it stops. You don't pay $300 for a baby camera or if you do, you probably have too much disposable income. For the price you are expecting to get a camera with pan/zoom capabilities AND remote access, which is key. This is where this product falls flat on its face. No Mac support of any kind. No software, video feed only but no sound. Connecting it wirelessly requires a PhD and is a b!tch and half.