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HOWTO: Transfer images from your Sony IP camera by email when motion is detected

June 12th, 2008 by Greg

A useful security feature found in every Sony IP camera is the ability to have live snapshot images sent to your email address when the camera detections motion.

This is ideal for monitoring your business or property and provides you evidence from potential intruders which remains safe and in your possession even if the camera is discovered.

This guide will explain in step-by-step fashion the process of configuring the camera to send an email when it detects movement.

We have based this guide on the Sony SNC-P5 but this should be relevant to most IP cameras in the Sony range.

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HOWTO: Transfer images from your Sony IP camera by email when motion is detected

June 12th, 2008 by Greg

A useful security feature found in every Sony IP camera is the ability to have live snapshot images sent to your email address when the camera detections motion.

This is ideal for monitoring your business or property and provides you evidence from potential intruders which remains safe and in your possession even if the camera is discovered.

This guide will explain in step-by-step fashion the process of configuring the camera to send an email when it detects movement.

We have based this guide on the Sony SNC-P5 but this should be relevant to most IP cameras in the Sony range.

Read more >>

HOWTO: Upload images from a Sony IP camera to an FTP server using periodic transfer

June 10th, 2008 by Greg

A useful security feature found in any Sony IP camera is the ability to upload a snapshot of the current image to an FTP server. This can be done either by an alarm trigger or, as this guide will focus on, periodic transfer.

Simple recording at no extra cost

By uploading images to an FTP server at regular intervals you are essentially creating an archive of images which you can browse through at a later date. This can be seen as a simple recording solution but without the need to purchase expensive recording software or have a PC constantly switched on.

In this guide we show you how to set up your Sony camera to upload images to an FTP server based on periodic transfer.

For the purposes of this guide we have used a Sony SNC-CS5P IP camera but this should be relevant to most IP cameras in the complete Sony range.

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HOWTO: Upload images from a Sony IP camera to an FTP server using periodic transfer

June 10th, 2008 by Greg

A useful security feature found in any Sony IP camera is the ability to upload a snapshot of the current image to an FTP server. This can be done either by an alarm trigger or, as this guide will focus on, periodic transfer.

Simple recording at no extra cost

By uploading images to an FTP server at regular intervals you are essentially creating an archive of images which you can browse through at a later date. This can be seen as a simple recording solution but without the need to purchase expensive recording software or have a PC constantly switched on.

In this guide we show you how to set up your Sony camera to upload images to an FTP server based on periodic transfer.

For the purposes of this guide we have used a Sony SNC-CS5P IP camera but this should be relevant to most IP cameras in the complete Sony range.

Read more >>

Sony SNC-DF50N – Documentation

May 10th, 2008 by Greg

Please find the following downloads available for the Sony SNC-DF50N:

PDF Icon Product Specification (972KB)

download icon Download time-limited trial of Sony Realshot Manager recording software (51.9MB)

Sony SNC-DF50N – Documentation

May 10th, 2008 by Greg

Please find the following downloads available for the Sony SNC-DF50N:

PDF Icon Product Specification (972KB)

download icon Download time-limited trial of Sony Realshot Manager recording software (51.9MB)

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