For example, if you chose 1080P, then you have to click on 16:9, if you chose 3MP mode, then click on 4:3. What’ different here than the previously reviewed Hikvision cameras are the audio controls at the bottom.
The speaker volume control in the lower left, the microphone on/off icon in the lower right.
What I like to do is make them sequential, for example, I would make the HTTP port 8400, RTSP port 8402, HTTPS port 8401 and SDK port 8402 and then in my router I would setup port forward range from 8400-8403.
Makes it easier to track which ports go with which camera.
The way it’s mounted is there’s a cast metal plate that attaches to the wall, eave, ceiling and then you attached the camera base with a few machine screws and then attach the dome with the included tool.
Much easier to work with in all regards and better made and designed than the mini dome.
There’s a timeline below the image and you can adjust the timeline period using the plus and minus signs.
Line-in means it takes an amplified microphone, but this requires a separate power source, but you can use mic-in which takes a standard microphone, no power needed.
The Image settings screen is where you set the image settings like brightness, contrast and exposure.
I’ll go over some of the setup screens of interest.
After setting the IP address in SADP, you can change it again under Network, but since that’s done, the next step may be configuring the ports if you want to access the cameras from the internet.