I bought this as an inexpensive method to try to find out which one of my stupid cats is peeing in the closet. If you're looking for a network camera to play with, this is OK. Big tip: do not plug the camera in until you're ready to set it up on your network. The app is adequate, nothing more. Altering the position of the camera is cumbersome. Motion sensing, even on the low setting, triggers a lot of false positives generating excessive amounts of The low light video is better than I expected. I could not get the mail feature to work and I do not have a FTP server to test with. Buy a large SD/TF card and save the headache. Unfortunately, there's no remote method to delete files, but it appears you can remote format which would remove all files. 480p files are approximately 10MB for two minutes of video in IR mode. I expect full color to be larger files. But you can connect to it via the app outside your network, which I found to be surprising.The one really nice feature is that it runs on 5V USB so there's plenty of battery pack options, the down side is that the camera doesn't use a standard USB connection, so don't lose or damage the cord!For some strange reason, this uses a metric thread (8mmx1.50?) in spite of the fact that camera equipment has been standard 1/4-20 for ages. So it' won't work with any camera tri-pod.I don't know if I would want to use this for anything beyond a toy.