I have only installed 11 Cube Cameras in 2 restaurants. 6 of them were these HDTV WiFi Cube Camera the other 5 were 3 MP WiFi Cube camera
I think they (cube camera) are well priced and best suited for retail, restaurants and-the-like, as the device when mounted looks similar to standard motion sensors and therefore doesn't give the clientele the feeling they are being 'watched' as motion sensors seem to be generally acceptable to the public at large!!
Picture quality, setup, VMS all good. The VMS is easy to follow, offers multiple streams, bitrates etc, etc. and the GUI is relatively easy for a first-time user with experience in the field. 2-way audio on the LAN is excellent with remote and local volumn control for the camera. Oboard SD for Edge. I like the wifi option as setup is easy and range is similar to higher end wifi residential products. I used the Brickcom Router on one job but frankly this offered no additional benefits over routers in the same category.
Brickcom also offer a free DNS sevice which is another little perk! I have had no RMAs.
A little over 2 years ago on one of the jobs, the restaurant in question had estimated monthly pilferage to be at $4500 and the majority of this by one staff member. The staff member was Union backed and could not simply be fired, or have his hours reduced to force him to quit. It required the whole system to be covert in order to gain the appropriate evidence to prosecute.
Due to the restaurants' design and it being located in the same building, in the financial district in San Francisco since 1867 there were many challeges. Megapixel was the only choice to keep the camera count down, considering installation could only take place on Sundays during an 8 hour window.
I broke down the 5 Brickcom Cubes out of their enclosures and custom housed them in (exit signs, electrical boxes and fake outlets.) It was actually very easy to customize these cams as there is not a lot inside the cube enclosure. (I used Aercont 3MP with 50mm lens for the long shots (120' to clearly view items on servers tray and transactions etc.)
Yes, I will use Brickcom again.
BTW...the staff member at the restaurant was fired at the end of the first month the system was in operation. Appearently, he had three freezers at his house: Beef, Pork and Seafood....lol