- It's a pretty neat package. You basically just plug it into the wall and it's good to go.
- 1080p video that looks good in a well lit environment. Plus a 130 degree view.
- Sound is good too.
- Night vision mode is nice as long as you're in a small room (it's picking up reflections from its built in infrared LEDs).
- The yearly plan: you're playing $99 / year to store up to 7 days of video. On one hand, it's nice that you have offsite backup. On the other hand, it's your only way to view the video archives, which is annoying because...
- The web interface. The only way to scrub through your video is through a slowish web interface. Want to quickly scrub through video to find an event? You have to wait for the video to buffer once you move the play marker. It's a bit frustrating.
- View live video of our home via my computer or phone so I can check in on Furniture Monster.
- Video archive is stored on a local computer or NAS (Synology has a built in IP camera application that can automatically archive all your footage but only works with certain cameras).
- Doesn't look too ugly. This is personal preference, but some of the FOSCAM IP cameras look like medieval instruments of torture.
- How much bandwidth does Dropcam use? - www.engadget.com/question/how-much-will-constant-v...
- I don't understand (the Dropcam) - www.engadget.com/discuss/i-don-t-understand-1kwq/