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  • 27/11/2019

    if like me you bought this and then unboxed it connected it to your phone and then scratched your head wondering what else can i do with this how can i get it to appear in my router settings blah blah blah. I suggest you follow ths guide and it will be up and running in no time and then you can connect to it from what ip was assigned by the router. https://www.mgo-tec.com/blog-entry-m5camera-arduino.html

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  • 30/09/2019

    Camera is neatly packaged in a gift box. Seller took good care of non-delivery due to postal issues: re-shipped camera arrived in three weeks.

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  • 03/02/2020

    it was hard to find the proper way of configuring but works out of the box, wish the image quality was better.

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  • 20/11/2019

    I was easily able to stream video to my Iphone and Android tablet. I wanted to try streaming the video to the M5Go, but that is appearing to be more complicated. I queried the M5Stack community on that. It doesn't look like there are a lot of Arduino sketches out there to accomplish this. There is one done in the esp32-idf, but I had trouble using that tool. The pictures were OK. It comes by default without a battery. In order to use a battery, you have to take it apart and solder the battery to some pins. I would have liked to see a more refined solution. I would also have liked to see an SD card option for storing pictures and videos. Like most M5 stuff, the documentation is relatively sparse regarding example projects. The point they make about not using it continuously is alarming. Seems like thermal management should have been a consideration in the design as well. I didn't try using the Grove I2C port, but then again I didn't see a lot of examples on how to use that feature. The unit I received was the Model B, by the way. I realize that my gripes about the lack of a nice battery connection and an SD card port would raise the cost. The unit does a fine job for what it costs. I wonder about the durability, given the reported heating issue.

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  • 30/10/2019

    useful add-on for the m5stick. as expected, fulfill all specs and quality expectations. Love all the m5stack products, very good idea from the m5stack engineers.

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  • 12/07/2019

    Yes, it's complete. I haven't tested it yet. The included Lego style bricks are, of course, not genuine. The black pegs are not as grippy, for instance. But I don't expect them to be.

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  • 09/08/2020

    ok

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  • 28/04/2020

    as ordered. easy to use, will designed.

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  • 30/11/2019

    works beautifully.

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  • 25/11/2019

    worked out of the box, connected to my phone and I can see the broadcasting video

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