PRO REVIEW for ieGeek ZS-GQ4 PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) outdoor camera. Being a retired (20 year) CCTV & Security consultant/contractor I have started to update my own homes security with new lower cost cameras after using older hardwired cameras and DVR for the past 30 years. After working with strictly commercial quality cameras in the past, this move to consumer grade equipment has had its surprises. For one, the new cameras have proved to be much easier to install and operate for myself and the wife. Over the past year I have started my updating and have tested out several types of wifi cameras. This new camera from ieGeek is probably the best camera for a couple of reasons. First, the cost is unbeatable for a camera that provides such good quality images (check out included photos). The ability to PTZ makes it more incredible considering the PTZ cameras I use to install on commercial and government buildings had costed between $1500 - $3000 apiece not counting the head-end controllers and DVR's. Most of you are aware of the drawbacks of IR nighttime video. The image looks fine until there is movement, especially a person where it blurs the image because of the lower IPS (image per second) rate. But this cameras ability to turn on an attached white flood light makes the image pop, bringing you a great full color video. While this camera is not a battery operated camera and does need to be plugged into an outlet, it does have a very good wifi transceiver, as tested in my install. The camera is mounted outside and is about 150' from our router, with the signal needing to go through a concrete block structure. Motion detection is very sensitive, in my case I have needed to turn it down because it was catching things I wasn't interested in. We do have some issues at night with bugs tripping it due to being attracted to the IR light but thats the drawback to using digital motion detection rather than a PIR type detection. They each have there pluses and minuses but the good thing about digital detection is you can mask certain areas of the view to prevent motion triggers of high traffic areas. You can't do that with a PIR sensor. Overall, I would say this is probably the most bang for the buck you can find anywhere.