Today is a great day because I get to review the new Nooie Cam 360. It’s no secret that I love newer security cameras. They’re just fun to play with, they’re fun to experiment with. But first things first, it comes in a very nice minimal package, pretty lightweight, but you’re not here to see the box, so let’s see what’s inside.
The box contains the following: screws for the mount, instructions, the mount itself, a power cable, and lastly, the Cam 360 itself, along with a power adapter. Now the camera itself is pretty dope. The plastic casing feels light and durable but strong, so it can take a beating if you drop it.
Overall, looking at the camera, I mean, the lens has a nice little sticker on it, which is a nice touch, nice little logo. It has a microphone right beneath the lens. There’s a status light in the front. You can see that there’s a speaker on the side. Right here is a micro USB and a reset button. And on the bottom, you can see that this goes on the wall mount. Now I’m interested in the main features, and not the overall setup. I can tell you the setup itself, from installing the app to your device to setting it up is super simple.
Just follow the instructions and prompts, create your login credentials like you normally would, and finally, scan the QR code with the camera and you’re all done. Now let’s check out the key features and the things that excite me the most. The first thing you’ll obviously notice is the 360-degree pan and tilt. It’s in the name, so what does it look like, and how does it work?
Well, all you need to do when you’re looking at your phone, is start swiping up, down, left, and right, and the camera itself will adjust to your swipes.
Now the 360’s an amazing touch, but what impressed me the most about this feature was just the quality of video that it produced. A lotta times security cameras, when it moves, there might be some pixelation, there might just be a lotta jerks, and you can’t really tell what you’re looking at. The overall 1080p was very smooth, very impressed.
And as you can see in this example, this is a 1080p recording of me testing the motion tracking. You can tell it’s pretty clear, and yeah, it tracks you pretty well. Now, being a father of three, having three little boys that just go all over the place, I love being able to keep an eye on them. So I want to know when they’re trying to escape or trying to leave the house, or if someone’s trying to get in or dropping of a package or whatever.
So motion and sound detection is a must, and I am very impressed with the response time. You just go into the app, choose a day, choose a time that you want it to be on, and then, if there’s any motion or if there’s any sound, then it will pick it up and send a notification straight to your device, and then you can watch whatever the notification is.
The night vision is pretty good, too. This is great if you plan on using it for outside security or keeping an eye on your sleeping child. A lotta these cameras nowadays have night vision.
Some, the whites are so bright and there’s not great contrast, but with this one, you can see details pretty good, so I’m actually pretty impressed with the infrared. Now let’s just go ahead and check out the two-way audio, ’cause that’s something else that’s important if you wanna talk to your kids or if you wanna leave a note for maybe someone dropping off a package, and you can yell at them when they drop it super hard.
Whatever two-way audio is important, so let’s check that out. Hey, how’s it going?
This is an audio test for the Nooie Cam 360. Awesome, it was pretty clear. I do sound like I’m ordering food from a restaurant, a drive-thru, but, I mean, it actually sounds pretty clear, and it’s not gonna cut in and out or have that distortion that you might have in some audio, but I’m very impressed.
Lastly, the thing that I’ll highlight is storage. I’m pretty impressed with the storage, I know I said I’m pretty impressed with lotta things, but, I mean, these features are pretty awesome for the price point of the camera itself. Other cameras, you’re paying, like, what, 200, $300 for.
This one’s pretty cheap for every feature that you’re getting. So you can record on the app, and it will store in your phone’s photo album, so in your phone’s storage or your device’s storage. You can record locally on an SD card, and you can also set up an account, meaning you can subscribe for secure cloud storage.
Now they’re using Amazon Web Services, which is pretty impressive, and to get 24/7 cloud video recording, it’s only gonna be $5 a month, which is cool, ’cause, I mean, there’s other security cameras that I’ve tried, and it’s pretty expensive to actually get that, or you get just blips of a recording into the cloud.
But to have 24/7 is pretty awesome, and it’s pretty cheap. So if you consider the other companies and you consider what the other offerings are out there, and you compare it to what Nooie 360 Cam is actually providing, man, five stars from me. I really enjoy this camera. So hope this helps you in your purchasing decisions or in your overall security camera search.
Does the Nooie camera support to share a video with my friend?
Yes, Your friends and family can check out what they wanna see by installing the same app. The app is also pretty easy to use.
Can I mount this Nooie camera to a wall or ceiling?
Yes, of course. You could attach the wall mount piece to the bottom of the camera.
Can it insert an sd card in Nooie
Nooie Cam can support a class 6 or above Micro SD Card, from 4G to 128G.
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Nooie camera is equipped with a TWO-WAY AUDIO function: Listen and talk to family or pets directly from your phone anytime, anywhere via the indoor camera’s built-in microphone and speaker (with anti-noise te
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