Recently I received my new Vimtag surveillance camera, which I will use to monitor my sister's dog Diva when I borrow her. And today I thought I would share my experience with the camera in this vimtag pet camera surveillance review.
Now over the years, when I had my dog Lisen and when I lived with my sister and her dog Diva, we came home many times to find our apartment upside down. We always suspected Diva was the naughty one because this had never happened until she came along. Finally we turned on a camera and recorded what happened while we were away. And yes, Diva was the naughty one, running around knocking things downs so she could investigate them and stealing things to eat from wherever she could. Now this was some years ago. Lisen is no longer with us and Diva is almost eleven years old. However, better to be safe than sorry I say. So to see what lovely lady Diva was up to earlier today I used my new Vimtag IP Camera VT-361 to monitor her while I was away.
Below is a clip from earlier today when Diva was home alone.
Now this Vimtag IP Camera VT-361 is great to use as a surveillance camera in all kind of ways; to keep your business safe, protect your children, see what is happening when you are on vacation and (my favourite one) to sse what your pets are doing when you are not home.
The surveillance camera is pretty easy to install, all you have to do is follow the instructions in the manual.
You will need to create an online account where you can monitor whatever you choose to oversee whenever and wherever you are.
You can control the camera via your smartphone or computer from wherever you are. You can even speak through the camera so that the person or pet on the other side can hear you!
Another thing I love about this camera is the design, it looks rather fancy and almost like a mini robot.
All in all I am very happy with my new Vimtag IP Camera VT-361. It is definitely price worthy. If you want one too you can order it at amazon.com over at: Vimtag IP Camera VT-361.
Feel free to share your experiences and thoughts in the comment section below. :-)