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Wireless Security Camera 4MP


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HD Wireless Security Camera that functions as a wireless IP camera to transmit video over a WiFi network. It has a built-in WiFi 802.11 b/g/n client radio that is compatible with common 2.4GHz wireless routers. WiFi video transmission allows easy setup and cost-effective wireless video transmission over an existing WiFi network to our NVR recorders, to a computer, or mobile device. If you don't need video recording, you can simply use our remote viewing app on an iPhone, iPad, or Android device to view the camera from anywhere in the world over the internet. Viewing over the internet, simply requires broadband internet where the camera is installed.

This camera has a 4 Megapixel image sensor which delivers fantastic crisp and clear 2K video that is better than HD. By syncing the camera to a strong and stable WiFi signal, it can provide dependable realtime video. Wireless cameras with a built-in radio can perform up to 250ft away from the router as long as the emitting router provides a strong WiFi signal. The advanced video encoding controls allow the user to choose video resolution, frames per second, and video bitrate to optimize bandwidth utilization by the camera. In addition, it offers dual video streams, i.e. main stream for high resolution video for recording to a NVR and sub stream for remote viewing over the internet.

This IP camera has a 3.6mm lens to provide a wide angle view of about 77 degrees, which is great for general surveillance. Thanks to the 2K resolution of this WiFi bullet camera, you can zoom in to finer detail to see a face up to 40ft away. You're also covered at night time with up to 100ft of infrared night vision. There are also great image enhancements like backlight compensation (BLC) and Digital Wide Dynamic Range (DWDR) which allows the camera to compensate for bright light shining in through the windows when mounted indoors.

You can power this camera easily with a 12V 1amp power adapter. To record video we suggest using one of our IP camera NVR, or our newest wireless NVR.


  • 4 Megapixel CMOS sensor
  • H.265 & H.264 Support
  • Dual Video Streaming - main stream / sub stream
  • Selectable recording resolution:
    • 20 fps at 4MP (2560 x 1440)
    • 25fps at 3MP (2304 x 1296)
  • Digital Wide Dynamic Range ( DWDR)
  • Day/Night IR cut filter
  • Digital Noise Reduction
  • IR Sensitivity Control
  • Smart IR
  • 3.6mm fixed lens, 77° Angle of View
  • 100ft IR distance
  • IP67 weather proof construction
  • Outdoor or Indoor Use
  • 12V DC power only

What's included?

  • (1) Wireless Security Camera


Image Sensor1/3" 4MP Progressive Scan CMOS
Effective Pixels2304 (H) x 1536 (V)
Electronic Shutter SpeedAuto/Manual, 1/3- 1/100000s
Minimum Illumination0.1 Lux F2.0 (Color), 0 Lux (IR On)
S/N RatioMore than 50dB
IR DistanceUp to 100ft
IR On/Off ControlAuto, Manual
Lens TypeFixed
Focal Length3.6mm
Max ApertureF2.0
Angle of ViewHorizontal: 77°
Focus ControlFixed
Close Focus DistanceN/A
Bracket RangePan: 0° - 360°, Tilt: 0° - 90°, Rotation: 0° - 360°
CompressionH.264, H.265
Smart AnalyticsMotion Detection Only
Advanced AnalyticsNo
Streaming Capability2 Streams (Main Stream, Sub Stream)
Resolution4MP (2560x1440), 3MP (2304 × 1296) 1080P (1920×1080), 720P (1280x720), D1 (704x480), CIF (342x240)
Frame RateMain Stream: 4MP (1-20fps), 3MP (1-25fps), 2MP (1-30fps); Sub Stream: D1/CIF (1-30fps)
Bit Rate ControlCBR, VBR
Bit RateH264: 32K - 10Mbps, H.265: 9 kbps–7424 kbps
Day/NightAuto (ICR), Color, B/W
White BalanceAuto, Natural, Street Lamp, Outdoor/Manual
Gain ControlAuto/Manual
Noise Reduction3D DNR
Motion DetectionOff / On (4 Zone, Rectangle)
Region of InterestOff / On (4 Zone)
Smart IRYes
Digital Zoom16X
Flip0°, 90°, 180°, 270°
MirrorOff / On
Privacy MaskingOff / On (4 Area, Rectangle)
Audio InputNo
Audio CompressionNo
Alarm Input


EthernetRJ-45 100Mbps, Wi-Fi(IEEE802.11b/g/n)
ProtocolsHTTP, HTTPs, TCP, ARP, RTSP, RTP, UDP, SMTP, FTP, DHCP, DNS, DDNS, PPPOE, IPv4/v6, QoS, UPnP, NTP, Bonjour, 802.1x, Multicast, ICMP, IGMP
InteroperabilityONVIF, PSIA, CGI
Streaming MethodUnicast / Multicast
Max. User Access10 Users
Recording MethodNVR, NAS (Network Attached Storage), Local PC for instant recording, MicroSD
MicroSDUp to 256GB
Web ViewerIE
Smart PhoneiPhone, iPad, Android Phone
Power Supply12V DC
Power Consumption5.5W
Operating Conditions14°F – +122°F, Less than 95% RH
Weather ProtectionIP67
Vandal ResistanceNo
CasingMetal, Plastic
Dimensions2.8" x 6.5" (diameter x length)
Net Weight0.95 lbs



Return Policy30 Days Return Policy
Signal TypeIP
Camera Resolution4MP
Image Sensor1/3” 3MP Progressive Scan CMOS
Night Vision100ft
Optical ZoomNo
Angle of View77°
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)DWDR
Pan Tilt ZoomNo
Video AnalyticsNo
Important FeaturesWiFi
SD Card SlotYes
Power Input12V DC
Operating Temperature+14° to +122°
Dimensions2.76" x 6.49" (diameter x length)
Weight1 lb
Weather ProofYes, IP67
Camera ColorWhite
Video EncodingH.265/H.264
Warranty1 Year


Customer Reviews

HD wifi camera that works well Review by JB Beck
Can't speak highly enough of this wifi camera. I have a Asus RT-AC87U dual band router and I am using two these cameras on the 2.4ghz band and I am pulling 1080P 30fps at 4mbps without any issues from both cameras. The signal is going through 1 dry wall and 1 hollow concrete wall, the signal path is about 150 ft long. I got tired of analog wireless cameras and their issues with obstructions, so I decided to give these a try. Since it is running on wifi I don't see any problems with interference. Maybe it would happen if there are more cameras, but for now I am good. (Posted on 6/18/16)
Sturdy quality camera, wish it was cheaper Review by Craig Jacobs
Pros: I didn't have to run cable between buildings The infrared lights up the alley very well with extreme clarity 4 of these on adjacent building all connect to a single access point for consolidation in wiring. My analog wireless cameras needed line-of-sight and kept dropping out. These don't, and work amazingly well through walls. I am using a powerful ubiquiti access point for wifi. These are really solid looking cameras.
Cons: I would have preferred a wider angle lens than 3.6mm. The 3.6mm is just shy of 90degrees. I wish these ran on batteries.
(Posted on 4/29/16)
Good on deck Review by Juan Gonzales
I use this camera on the deck and it works really good at night. The camera has good quality HD picture and I can watch my kids play in the backyard from being in the house on my ipad. I use the Pegaso app which is very easy. I will buy more camera when I have money. (Posted on 7/23/15)
Wireless and HD, what more do you want? Review by Mike Donofrio
I replaced my older foscam cameras with these cameras on the dock near my vacation home. I originally wanted to connect them to solar panels but didn't know anything about solar panels. Instead I ran a 18 gauge wire which is thin from a nearby 110 outlet, and supplied the 12v power. Like my older cameras, I had to first configure these wireless cameras by connecting them to a wired network, and syncing the camera to use my wifi router. I get a decent signal 300ft away using my netgear night hawk. I did set the camera to 12fps to reduce network hiccups. Maybe I will invest in a good outdoor access point to take full advantage of the camera. I wish they were cheaper, but I know why. The video quality is amazing. I think just the same as the 3mp camera that I have. (Posted on 4/9/15)

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Product Questions

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Total 11 question(s)

Is this camera Capable of being powered via POE/CAT5?

Question by: Travis Schlater on: 2017-05-17

This is not a PoE camera. It is a wireless camera that uses 12V DC power. You can find PoE IP Cameras here.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2017-05-23

Is the 12v power cord included with this camera? If so how long of a power cord is it?

Question by: Travos on: 2017-06-12

You need to purchase a 12V DC power adapter here and it has a 16 inch long tail. If you need longer cables please purchase exensions cable from here.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2017-06-12

I am interested in adding a wireless camera to my current wired system. I am considering the camera on your site sku wc2mp. Can you recommend a receiver that can then be hooked up to my dvr via bnc connection. Dvr would be 50-80 feet away and through two dry walls and one cement wall. Another possibility is putting the receiver 50 ft away with line of site through a window then run wire down to dvr. Thx

Question by: Frank on: 2016-12-13

This wireless security camera cannot be used with an analog DVR as it is an IP based camera which requires a wireless router to receive the signal. You would also need a NVR to fetch this signal through the router to record.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2016-12-13

Does this camera support wireless WPA2-AES, and PEAP?

Question by: Chris on: 2017-01-18

It supports WPA2-AES.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2017-01-31

I need to replace my current camera. It communicates with a wireless router that is wired to my modem and sends JPEG's via FTP to a storage provider. It came with software called Network/ IP Camera allowing me to specify where I want the pictures to go. I only have 1 camera and don't want to be saddled to a DVR. Can this camera work the same way as my old one?

Question by: Doug on: 2017-07-08

All our security cameras that are network cameras support upload to FTP, including this camera. Please our guide Recording IP cameras to FTP to learn about the setup in more detail. You can upload live video or snapshots. Since this camera is a high definition camera, ensure you have ample upload bandwidth if you intend to upload images in HD 1080P. You can also change the resolution of the camera using its web interface and set it to a lower resolution if you don't have good upload speeds from your ISP.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2017-07-10

Hi there, Can this camera (WC2MP) connect to AP (NB24) situated 800' apart? and Can I connect the same way others 6 cameras (7 in total) to the same AP?
Is important since I need this 7 wireless cameras plus others 7 wired. they will all connect to a router that connect to an NVR.
Thanks in advance for your response.

Question by: Mandy on: 2017-10-04

Q) Can this camera (WC2MP) connect to AP (NB24) situated 800' apart?
A) Yes it can

Q) Can I connect the same way others 6 cameras (7 in total) to the same AP?
A) No 4 cameras max as along as they are in the beam width of the unit.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2017-10-05

I need two wireless cameras (WC3MP) to be beamed back to a Tribrid DVR (XVRPT16). Can I just connect an external antenna (2416B01) to each of these cameras and point them to an AP (NB24) connected directly to the IP cam inputs of the Tribrid DVR? Or will I need a router or switch to interface the AP to the DVR?

Question by: Josh on: 2018-03-01

You don't need the 2416B01 unless you are transmitting over 200ft or have a lot of obstructions.

To connect the NB24 Access Point to the Tribrid DVR you need one network connection on the DVR. The DVR has a network connection, which if used by the AP would not allow the DVR to be placed on a network for remote viewing. If you would like to put the DVR on a network, you would need a switch to allow network traffic from multiple devices, like multiple APs to reach the DVR.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2018-03-01

I'm looking at multiple WC3MP cameras transmitting a max of 1100ft. Which wireless transmitter would you recommend for this application. Also our camera locations do not have 110v power supply therefore we are looking in to 12V battery/solar power banks. Would you be able to supply power consumption figures for these units so we can size our banks appropriately? (Amps per hour)

Question by: Fleming College on: 2018-05-01

A wireless security camera with built-in radio such as this wireless IP camera bullet cannot connect to a WiFi signal transmitted from a router or AP more than 300ft away. The limitation in client radio sensitivity is usually 300ft unobstructed line of sight. You would need to use two wireless access points to create a link for transmission distances greater than 300ft. You can find more information in our article about how to setup a point-to-point wireless link for IP cameras that is located in our wireless security camera guide.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2018-05-04

I am looking to add a wireless camera to an existing IP security camera system and NVR that supports ONVIF. Is this possible?

Question by: Joe on: 2018-06-08

It depends on the make and model of the NVR you intend to use. This camera is ONVIF compatible. Please provide the make and model of the NVR you intend to use with this wireless camera for us to confirm compatibility.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2018-06-12

Ok, in the article about how to set up this system it say signal range up to 1km. I would like to set this camera up at the back of my land and be able to watch for wild hog activity at my house. It's about 700 yards away. I would be able to set the camera up in line of sight.
Will it work?

Question by: Jeff Gibson on: 2018-10-18

Cameras such as this wireless security camera with a built-in wireless radio have a max transmission distance of 600ft line of sight when combined with a strong wireless access point as the source of the wifi signal. The radios inside cameras with built-in radios do not have enough power to transmit back farther than 600ft while sustaining a continuous data signal of enough bandwidth to provide video. For long distances such as yours, you will need to setup a wireless AP on each end as discussed in this article.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2018-10-19

How far can I place this wireless camera from the NVR?

Question by: Chong on: 2019-01-21

Wireless cameras get their signal from the wireless router, not the NVR, unless you plan to use a NVR with built-in wireless AP. Wireless cameras need to be located close to a strong WiFi signal, usually no more than 150ft away. The best way to determine that is to use your smartphone to check how good of a WiFi signal you are getting from your router at the location you intend to mount the cameras. You can watch the following video on how to check with your phone:

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2019-01-21