EZVIZ C6T Indoor 360° Full HD Remote Viewing WiFi Camera
EZVIZ C6T FHD 1080p Plug & Play WiFi Indoor 360° Camera, IR NV, Two-Way Audio, Motion Detect, 802.11n/LAN, MicroSD
All glass lenses. High-quality sensors. Amazing image quality. The C6T delivers clear high-definition 1080p video, rich colours, and sharp details.
See the Whole Room
The beauty of this incredible HD pan and tilt camera is that you can place it where you want and still see the whole room. All you have to do is take out your phone and press a button for a better view.
Sometimes you want a little alone time. Don’t worry. We’ve got you covered. With just a tap, the lens rolls up for complete privacy.
Pan and Tilt
The C6T already covers quite a bit of any room. It has a 92° viewing angle, after all. But with pan and tilt, you can see everything in the room. Just pull out your phone and use the EZVIZ app.
What good is a camera that only works during the day? The C6T delivers and incredible night vision range of up to 33 feet when it’s dark—large enough to cover just about any room.
For those times when you’re away from home and the dog is digging through the trash, there’s two-way talk. Just press the button on the EZVIZ app and let the camera’s built-in speaker and mic help you do the rest. Features • 360° Full HD 1080p Video.
• Infrared LEDs for Night Mode.
• MicroSD card support upto 128GB.
• Two-Way Audio.
|For Indoor Use||Yes|
|For Outdoor Use||No|
|Sensor||Progressive Scan CMOS|
|Video Resolution||1920x1080 (Full HD)|
|IR/Night Vision Range||10m/33ft|
|Network Security Features||
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||100 x 100 x 90|
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 24 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
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