Thats pretty interesting. Does your phone stay on, or is the screen dark? Would you say its still stable?
The phone is just plug it in to a socket charger, so it keeps on 24/7
One a week the phone cashes, but still ok for my application.
You can use a powerbank to hide it on a secret place, for example near your car.
Also if you use a used galaxy s6 phone from ebay (whit a broken screen) it`s cheap, and you will have excellent night vision whitout to use RI lighting or other.
I used a older Galaxy S2 and i have workble sight in night, excellent 8 megapixel sight at day !!
Got it to work!
Server ip: your local camera ip, in my case: 192.168.1.133
user and pasword.
In the tap RTSP setting: rtsp://192.168.1.133:8080/h264
(do not forget the rtsp://)Note:
In my case i need to restart GV VMS for each new camera modification, my brothers system has that to if you want to have acces to all settings from the camera`s.
If you got a dongle for Geovision VMS this should work.
For now the phone/camera is running stable for a small two hours, and give good video feed (and this is in 800/600 resolution, 30 frames)
Did you upgrade from GV-NVR to GV-VMS? If so, how much did it cost?
Also, do you know the rtsp address for doing this same thing with an Apple iphone5?
My motivation is to have multi
Megapixel camera under 100 dollars.[/b]
Yes, a upgrade to---> GV-VMS
However you probably need a 1 channel dongle
(license) to use a non Geovision stream.
This is a cheap one channel dongle: http://ebay.to/2fzmtQz
You can download a streaming program like Ocular for iphone, that will work fine!