The camera got stuck at one position. It will zoom but won't pan and tilt. Replaced the camera with new one. The new camera when installed, moved around and found the home position but is now just resting there. It does not pan or tilt either. Your help is appreciated.
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Yes, it does. Here are some of the things that it has to offer to you...
From the Manufacturer
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Superior video quality and High Definition still photos
Automatic face tracking software
Pan, tilt, and zoom controls
Automatically adjusts for low-light conditions for improved video quality
Built-in unidirectional microphone with acoustic noise cancellation
Windows Live™ Call Button
Fits on most monitors, including flat screens, or sits directly on your desk
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i suppose you are asking about the remote control buttons...
Arrows:Use the Up, Down, Left and Right arrows to tilt/ navigate the camera lens. Home: Returns the camera lens to the home position set by the user. Auto-Patrol: Enables the Auto-Patrol function. Auto-Pan: Pans the camera one full cycle. Center :Centers the camera lens. Stop : Stops the movement of the camera during pan.
From wat ya say it seems to me that you are loosing ya signal sometimes? perhaps a "Better" antenna on the Base unit may help, one with a "High Gain" Also perhaps ya need to check and clean any connections etc. Hope that helps.