I have already invested in a few other network pan/tilt cameras (FI8918W), but this time I was looking for something with slightly better range at night. The Loftek CXS 2200 advertised a range of 15 meters. How did it fair in actual use?
It was fall of 2006 when we purchased the Casio Exilim EX-Z600. We purchased it at a Circuit City. Remember those? This was our first point-and-shoot camera and we even picked up the two year accidental protection warranty. Didn't need it.
When looking for a good point-and-shoot camera, you have your work cut out for you. There are a seemingly endless selection of pro-sumer grade digital cameras to choose from. We recently purchased the EX-ZS10 as a replacement for the previous Casio camera we had. How does it fair? Read on!
WiFi cameras are pretty affordable these days. With a wide variety of vendors, manufacturers, and technology options available, I decided to make my most recent purchase on Amazon. How did the FI8918W fair? Well, it had me asking why I bought it.
I read about similar mobile phone Wide/Macro camera lenses on a few different tech blogs and even checked out some of the image comparison galleries. Priced at around $10, this was an impulse buy I had to make so that I could see the results myself.