Have a look at Hikvision. They have WIFI NVRS and wireless cameras.
All you need is a power outlet at the camera location and a spot to put the NVR. If you don't want the NVR you could always stick an SD card in the cameras and use the web GUI NVR. Would be a little more cumbersome but would work.
Pic is of some of the WIFI cameras and a WIFI NVR
Thanks Michael, very interesting !
So the price of the DS-7104NI-SL/W-2TB is 160$ + HD ? Where can I find an official price list ?
According to the specs it can handle 5Mpx
=> So I assume it's when there is a PIR motion detection ?
=> So I can have 5x DS-2CD2432F-IW (3Mpx) at 130$ not detecting at the same time ?
=> How video alert are uploaded ? in FTP ? If yes what is the value added by this NVR compared to a NAS ? The easy setup ?
Does Hickvision FTP camera works with SFTP ?
Is there wide lens small form factor version ?
I read this WIFI NVR is an Access Point how is performed the configuration ? It's the DHCP for cameras ? Any review on it ? Can I put other manufacturer's camera ?
Let me try to answer some of your questions here, then I'll contact Hikvision for the others. We actually have a discussion on this NVR from last year with some info.
1. That NVR does work with ONVIF cameras.
2. It acts as an access point and cameras will automatically detect and connect to it.
3. One member in that discussion said it worked well but he hadn't actually deployed it.
4. To answer your question from the other thread, if it's like other Hikvision recorders, you should be able to FTP images from it on event or a schedule.
As far as the FLIR FX: it may work well for what you're after, and the outdoor housing is decent (though IR was weak). They record to SD so they don't use bandwidth until you view live or playback video. They don't have a lot of super bells and whistles like the scripting you're asking about, though.
Okay so ...
1. I've tested the FLIR it seems to work well but I can't have an access to AWS to get all the video. There is only the mobile app... I still waiting an answer from FLIR support. Motion detection do not work if you remove the pod...
2. I've tested the Hikvision ... well it 's the worst firmware I seen. The hardware is ok but the configuration is very buggy and I CAN'T upload a VIDEO in FTP I have to use buggy CIF/NFS. And according to forums I have to create a volume for each camera on the Synology ... non sense...
3. I found the Axis very interesting see here: https://youtu.be/lksLm7lkOvA?t=180 according to the video there is an upload of the video by FTP with pre buffer ! i don't know about the quality/encodig ... (FOSCAM upload raw video)
I'll try to contact Axis to get more info