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Overall we were very impressed with this gadget. Whether you want to keep an eye on the home, car, baby or anything else, this camera will integrate well into any environment.

Something that did frustrate me slightly was the inability to store captured images/video on an FTP server. This is a feature that most home security cameras have and I was disappointed to see that this isn’t currently an option. I really hope that this may change in the future, but at the moment if you want image/video capturing, it looks like you are going to need to purchase an account as discussed earlier. However this only costs $10 a month per account, so would be worth doing.

The camera’s web interface is locked behind a¬†username/password prompt so I hope there is the possibility of future firmware/feature updates; but we’ll have to sit tight and see if Kitvision do say anything.

Build quality was generally good, both the app and website are relatively easy to use. I wasn’t keen on how fiddly it was to set up initially. When using the iSecurity app for the first couple of occasions it did crash, but there could be a number of reasons for this so I won’t be too harsh on this one. Once the camera was set up it seemed to improve and work a lot better. I didn’t have any issues on the website though.

You can also invite friends to view your camera stream which is another nice touch. They won’t be able to edit any settings, but if you want someone else to be able to watch, this won’t be a problem.

I can see this product doing well in the home security sector. The ability to monitor multiple cameras from the same account is another plus. It could even have scope for a small business set up.

We thank Kitvision for sending this one in, and we look forward to seeing their product heading through Christmas and into 2016.

  • Performance
  • Design
  • Value



  • Easy to use once the initial setup has been completed
  • Zero maintenance
  • Adaptable – Can be stood on a surface or wall mounted
  • Works on Android, iOS and via the web
  • Cons:

  • Getting connected initially can be a little fiddly
  • Currently no FTP support
  • iSecurity+ account
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