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iZON Room Monitor: Use Your iPhone as a Remote Spy Cam

by Range

The iZON Remote Room Monitor isn’t the first way to watch what’s happening at home on your iPhone, but it does look like it’s the most user-friendly. It’s basically a simple camera that will let you see what’s happening and will even record what it sees on YouTube.

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You can attach the iZON on your wall or ceiling using a magnetic mount that lets you swivel the camera so that you get the best view. It sends its signal through your home WiFi network. Unlike a few other systems, which usually require a computer that’s running, the iZON will stream audio and video directly to your iOS device. You can even set it up to send notifications when the camera detects motion or audio then record it directly to a private YouTube channel.

iZON cameras can used together to surveil your entire home, but they cost $129.95 (USD) each, so it could get expensive to outfit your whole house. You can purchase the iZON from Best Buy, the Apple Store, or from directly from Stem, them makers of the iZON.

izon room monitor camera security iphone remote

[via SlashGear]

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Comments (3):

  1. Kath Wright says:

    Great, I have been looking at a range of user friendly spy cameras and this one seems to fit the bill. I wish it was a little less obtrusive, though – I would think black would be a better colour for the shell than white.

  2. mike says:

    I purchased 7 izon cameras and installed them as per the companies recommended settings on three separate networks, 2 running netgear wifi modems, 1 running Apple wifi gear. All cameras intermittently drop offline for no apparent reason. Izon tech support state it is a problem experienced by very few customers, they promise that a firmware upgrade will fix the problem, i have now been waiting over 4 weeks for this fix. Hard to see how its the network with the problem or how its only a few clients experiencing this problem when i have all cameras on all three networks down.
    I’ll keep you posted if their fix works or not, in the meantime beware

  3. Michale says:

    Well now i think my problem would be get shut out. Though i am working in a private investigation team, In Range. We always need these kind of aspects.

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