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Hi,
I'm about to pull my hair out...
I'm looking for a network camera which can be connected directly to a modem.
A camera which can be controlled (pan/tilt) and viewed through a browser or on an iPad/iPhone. Preferably nightvision, motiondetection and auto upload to a ftp server upon detection.
I noticed 99% of the cameras don't support mac!?
I'm hoping to spend around $400, don't know if this is realistic.
Can anyone recommend a good camera and software to get the job done?
Thanks!
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I think most IP cameras are designed to work with a web interface

I work for Bosch, which make night vision IP cameras - so will ask the tec bods in the security division how they interface - that will be on Monday when I am back at work

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Thanks, i'm very curious what you come up with.
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Dlink 6300 series, have internal software to run in your network. Adjust router and modem settings for live audio and video streaming through your static IP.
I upload to a ftp site for 30 sec pics and if I want to see the live cam, I run Parrallels/Windows for the feed as most cams need active X.
Only way I could figure it out.

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