New 3MP Wifi Video Doorbell!

jbaugh

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I will need to mount this at an angle because of the location of my current doorbell. Will this be possible? Also I wonder if there is any way to compare the video obtained tight the NSC-DB2 and the video of the Nest Hello Doorbell? Any video samples of the doorbell actually installed to judge field of view and such?
 

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I will need to mount this at an angle because of the location of my current doorbell. Will this be possible? Also I wonder if there is any way to compare the video obtained tight the NSC-DB2 and the video of the Nest Hello Doorbell? Any video samples of the doorbell actually installed to judge field of view and such?
You bet, check out our promo video, it gives video examples and shows all of the wedge mounts that are included with it:
 
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It claims to be 180 degrees but that is not shown on the promo video, if it is 180 degrees it must mean vertically not horizontally.
 

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I am looking for a review of this device, now I have Nest Hello, but I looking for an IP camera to replace Nest Hello.

May I ask you to add the model NSC-DB2 on Thread subject, I can not find this with the search tool.
 

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Just ordered one of these today. Will see how it works when it arrives on Wednesday.

Just an fyi for those wondering. I had a conversation with Nelly's today and was told that the substream issue with ONVIF has been fixed in firmware. I'll confirm on Wed/Thu once I get it installed.
 

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Just received mine a bit ago and got installed and up and running. Well, within the Ezviz app so far. Trying to figure out how to directly configure the camera (after activating using Ezviz) and so far... not having any luck. SADP found the camera but I cannot figure out what the default username/password is in order to manage the camera or add it to Blue Iris. Will keep plugging away.

Operationally it seems to be working pretty well. Picture quality seems excellent so far and the WiFi connection seems stable. It's only been about an hour of course so it's too early to really tell.

Testing/configuration continues.
 

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Ok got it up and running in Blue Iris. Just the main stream as I need to get the new firmware tomorrow (from Nelly's) to add in the substream. Really happy with the doorbell. Video quality seems excellent in both day and night and the PIR and alerting in the Ezviz app works well. So far so good.

Images: Note that the light above is the IR from a Hikvision DS-2CD2142FWD-IS2 I installed this weekend. The images here are from the DB2 doorbell cam :)

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I'm having one heck of a time activating the camera with with SADP or Batch Configuration. Always "timeout". I can use it with EZVIZ and I can hit the RTSP stream using the admin/<verification code printed on the camera>.

I am on a /22 subnet, so I'm not sure if that is it or not. I've tried ivms, sadp, batch configuration. All "timeout".

Edit: I am able to make a few changes with ONVIF tool, but I cannot really change much with it.
 
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