Thursday, March 5, 2015

Fujikam Wireless Monitoring Surveillance Camera Review (Tomoson)

This post contains Amazon Affiliate Links.

I received the Fujikam FI-361 HD, cloud IP/Network ,Wireless, Video Monitoring, Surveillance, security camera,plug/play, Pan/Tilt with Two-Way Audio and Night Vision in exchange for honest review from Tomoson.

The camera came with the antenna and cap, the camera, and an Ethernet cord. The kit also comes with a wall mount and power cord. I set up the camera wired, to the house router, in another room, but my main goal was to keep the camera in my bedroom.

You control the camera with an app (MIPC) from the Google Play store. There is no web application. Once you remove a few apps to gain some space (unless you have bigger than a 8 GB sd card, like I used to have. I upgraded to 16 GB), you create an account and connect the camera to the app. You will need the camera ID on the bottom of the camera. There is also an admin password on the bottom of the camera. The admin password is not your log-in password (learned this lesson quick).

With the camera, you can watch what is going on in your room of choice. The camera also has some neat features. You can take a photo from the live recordings. You can use the microphone feature to speak to whoever is in your room.

You also have alarms, such as motion sensitivity. When someone comes into your space, the camera sends you a photo and you can watch the live action. The camera takes pics when it senses motion. You need a lot of memory for this because it took plenty of pics when I turned it on to go to the store. I was gone over an hour and I was able to see footage.

You also can schedule recordings.

I would recommend exploring the settings. You have settings on the main screen and you have settings, once you click on the camera to watch live.
A photo posted by Stacie D Wyatt (@sdwyatt1980) on

A photo posted by Stacie D Wyatt (@sdwyatt1980) on


This is my first video review with this computer. This is not edited because I don't have Imovie or Premiere Pro anymore and not sure which program to use to edit besides YouTube. I hope to have Premiere Pro back within the next few days. 

You can purchase the Fujikam Camera on Amazon. The camera is prime eligible. 

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