MSi SomeThings Panocam FishEye 360° Lens HD IP Camera WiFi iOS/Android
The PANOCAM is an advanced wireless video camera with a fisheye lens.
It enables you to always keep track of the things you care about, with its superior image quality.
Sound Activated – Full control from across the room
The PANOCAM app helps you set the device up, even offering the option of setting it up with the help of sound for maximum ease.
Release the Fisheye
Give 360°-life to images in the app through the use of OpenGL technology.
Memories in Time-Lapse
Time-lapse video saves you time in organizing memories. The simple app interface gives you video setting sand playback at your fingertips.
Features The ultimate in streamlined functionality
• 360-degree angle
• Full HD
• Two-way communication
• Easy Setup
Supports local recording and remote schedule setup
Time-lapse video saves your time when organizing memories
|Video Frame Rate||10 fps|
|Still Image Resolution||1600x1600|
|Built In Mic||Yes|
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
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- 12 months
- DOA Period:
- 7 days
- MSI UK
- 0870 820 0009
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