EasySE-M2e is a newly developed ip camera who supports “fingering” PTZ Control, MSN (Checking WAN IP), VLC on Firefox and 16 Preset Keys function. As known, EasySE-M model is now in third generation. It is also a camera who rarely use AJAX Panel in Internet Browser. The significance of this function is to allow no delay in interface transition (Browser no need to refresh). This is especially important in high WAN Latency environment.
More PTZ Controls available
The third generation of EasySE-M2e also support 5 level speed control in PTZ movement with 16 PTZ Preset available. Frame Rate (FPS) is adjustable from 1/sec to 30/sec. More is now it supports Brightness, Contrast, Hue and Saturation Control.
Support VLC over Firefox
As you may know lots of Clone IP Camera is using MJPEG. Other than MJPEG, M2e also support VLC over Firefox. That means users can enjoy MPEG-4 Streaming via the VLC Browser Plugin via Firefox.
Support an iPad interface with Fingering PTZ Feature
If you are using iPad to access the camera, there is an option allowing you to access the camera via its newly developed iPad interface. Under this interface, you cannot find any PTZ Controls, then how do we PTZ the camera movement? Yes, you can use your finger by pressing the edge of the video windows. Then the camera head will move according to your pressing direction. It is the first china based clone IP Camera supporting this feature.
Support MSN for checking WAN IP
EasySE-M2e supports a MSN Robort. Once it is activated, you can send command line to the MSN to check the latest outer IP and Port number of the camera. This function though may not be new since you may find it in some Wansview model, this is the first one in AJAX IP Camera to support this feature.
Support WPS One Bottom Connection and uPnP
In order to faciliate the process of installation, when the uPnP is enabled in both router and IP camera, You does not need to do any port forwarding setting. More is if you router support WPS One Botton Setup, you can first press the WPS button in the router (e.g. TP-Link) and then the WPS on the back of the IP Camera. WiFi Connection is easily established.
WPS Button located at the bottom of Antenna
LiveCam Pro, IP Cam Viewer and TinyMonitor Pro have a EasySE-M2 API to support this camera. As said from vendors, an other new H.264+MJPEG Model IP Camera EasySE-H4 is on the way with MJPEG, H.264 and MicroSD Card Support. The price range as predicted will be below US$38 at the end of the year.