SpotCam is a new entrant in the cloud-based home webcam parade. The U.S. $149.99 camera has easy setup and features like sound monitoring, plus the ability to speak to the camera remotely and have the camera speaker play it.
Body 4.8cm(1.89") × 14.8cm(5.83")
Power Input: 12V1A
Video: Up to 720P HD(1280x720) at 30 frame/sec
Streaming: H.264 encoding
Field of View: 110 degrees (diagonal)
Audio: Speaker and microphone
Night Vision: 12 High-power IR LEDs
The SpotCam is a white upright cylindrical camera with a swivel base. When you get the camera you can download the companion free iOS app, or you can view the camera from any web browser after setting up a free account.
Installation was easy. The camera plugs into a power source and using the iOS app you link it to your home Wi-Fi network. Enter your account credentials and you are ready to go. Video is good quality, but the wide-field of the camera will slightly warp the edges of the frame. I could hear audio using the app, but it had a bit of static. Likewise, when talking from the app to the camera the audio wasn't of the best quality as the camera has a pretty small speaker.