How to setup the Y-cam Bullet HD 1080 with Cloud Recording

  • July 14, 2014
  • Geoffrey Pottow


Absolutely stunning

Absolutely stunning

The Y-cam bullet HD 1080 (y-cam YCBLHD7) pretty awesome camera. It comes with more features than nearly any other camera out there with POE (power over internet), infrared night vision, 1080p recording capability, NAS compatibility, a micro SD card slot, ONVIF, weather proof casing, and more. Of course all these features come at a price; the Y-cam bullet HD 1080 costs $424.99 on amazon. That being said I think this camera is definitely worth your money. It’s got more features then just about other camera we’ve reviewed and is really top of the line. It would be a shame to buy such a nice camera and not be able to set it up, which is why we (being the wonderful and good looking people that we are) have created this tutorial to show you how to get your Y-cam bullet HD 1080 set up, connected to the internet and hooked up to’s cloud recording.

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Top 3 Outdoor Network Cameras for Home & Business

  • June 18, 2012
  • Robert Whitefield

1. Y-Cam Bullet HD- ~$450 (on sale)

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Y-Cam Bullet Info (non HD version)

Y-Cam’s Bullet HD doesn’t come cheap, but it’s packed with some pretty incredible features, showing how far IP camera technology has come in that it’s affordable for consumers at all. Most impressive, the Bullet HD captures 720p video at 30 frames per second. There’s nothing like seeing your neighbor’s dog poop on your lawn in 30 fps hi-def, right? It also has H.264 compression and AAC audio for efficient image processing, and direct audio/video connections to all your iDevices. Dog Proof

Of course, this is about outdoor network cameras, so I should mention that the Bullet HD is completely weatherproof with shielded cables to ensure smooth operations in all weathers. IR night vision is another key feature for any outdoor network camera, and the Bullet HD has an infrared cut filter to produce as to not sacrifice any daytime color. The camera has all the standard features too — wifi, motion detection, microSD recording, PC/Mac compatible, and more.

Overall, if you’ve got $450-$550 in the budget for a new network camera, the Bullet HD is a great purchase. Whether you want merely to discover the critter guilty of eating your expensive and lovely flower bowls at your vacation home, or catch teenagers spray-painting vulgar objects on your business sign, the Bullet HD will let you see it all in great color and high definition. And with, you’ll be able to shame those punks, immortalizing their vile crimes on the interwebs, archived forever and ever! If you’re feeling vindictive, I guess. Otherwise you could just take pride in knowing who(or what)dunit. Read More

Y-Cam Bullet HD: Network Camera Deal of the Day

  • May 31, 2012
  • Robert Whitefield
The Y-Cam Bullet HD is available today for £100 ($153.9) off, bringing the price down to £295 ($454). The Bullet HD is equipped with: – High Definition 720p video – H.264 compression & AAC audio – Wireless N compatibility – True Day/Night vision – Professional connectors – Weather-proof – Micro SD recording (up to 16gb) – Direct iPhone & iPad viewing with audio (no app required!) So for all you high def, H. Read More