LaView 4MP Bulb Security Camera 2.4GHz,360° 2K Security Cameras Wireless Outdoor Indoor Full Color Day and Night, Motion


Brand: LaView
Model Name: LV-PWL2-W
Connectivity Technology: Wireless
Special Feature: Night Vision, Motion Sensor

  • 【4MP HD Image & Starlight Color Night Vision】The light bulb camera can support 4MP HD(2560X1440P) and 12×digital zoom, much clearer than 1080P, ensuring that you can see ultra-clear details during the day and night. The outdoor security cameras support color/smart/infrared night vision. Whether in the presence of faint starlight or complete darkness, It can ensure that objects within 30 feet can be clearly monitored, giving you the best night vision experience.
  • 【Wireless & Easy to Install】This security cameras wireless outdoor can be installed using a normal E27 bulb base (110V~240V) and light bulb security camera is certified by ETL. Then use the mobile phone to download the LaView App, and use the App to help the bulb camera connect to the WIFI (Works with 2.4GHz WiFi only, 5GHz WiFi is NOT supported). No other operations are required.
  • 【Motion Detection & Motion-Tracking Alerts】Motion tracking supports security cameras to sccurately detect objects and automatically track them in a super large range of 355° and 17 feet. You can also set different sensitivity (low/medium/high) according to your needs. After enabling, home security cameras will begin to automatically record and follow the object in motion, and “Alarm” when needed.
  • 【Two-Way Audio & Alarm Siren】Wifi security camera enables you talk with you family or visitors on your mobile phone. You can set an audible alarm to sound a loud alarm when a moving object is detected,then built-in advanced microphone speaker allows you scare away uninvited guests, and say hello to welcome guests.
  • 【Multi-user Sharing & Works with Alexa】This camaras de seguridad can support up to 20 users to watch the video at the same time, so you can share the cameras for home security with your family and friends, which is an extra security asured. Compatible with Alexa And Google Assistant. Indoor camera and app are easy to Install, simple to control.
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4 watts

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Additional information

Dimensions 6 × 13 cm


Model Name


Connectivity Technology


Special Feature

Night Vision, Motion Sensor

Indoor/Outdoor Usage

Outdoor, Indoor

Compatible Devices


Power Source

Corded Electric

Connectivity Protocol


Controller Type

‎Amazon Alexa

Mounting Type

‎Ceiling Mount

Video Capture Resolution

‎4 MP



Number of Items


Included Components

‎Camera body

Number of Channels


Form Factor


Effective Video Resolution

1080 Pixels

Viewing Angle

‎355 Degrees

Night Vision Range

‎17 Feet


‎4 watts

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎6 x 6 x 13 inches

Batteries Required?




Focus Type

‎Auto Focus

Field Of View

‎360 Degrees

Low light technology


Zoom Type

‎Digital Zoom

Alert Type

Audio and Motion

Room Type

‎Office, Kitchen, Living Room, Classroom

Light Source Type


Video Capture Format


Specific Uses For Product

‎Inside, Outside

Unit Count

1.0 Count

Effective Still Resolution

‎4 MP

Control Method


Part Number


Item Weight

‎12.6 ounces, ‎12.63 Ounces

Product Dimensions

‎6 x 6 x 13 inches

Country of Origin


Item model number






Item Package Quantity


Special features

‎Night Vision, Motion Sensor

Batteries Included?




Date First Available

September 7, 2022



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  1. 02

    by Matt B

    LaView 4MP Bulb Security Camera 2.4GHz,360° 2K Security Cameras Wireless Outdoor Indoor Full Color Day and Night, Motion Detection, Audible Alarm, Easy Installation, Compatible with Alexa…The light bulb-style camera comes economically packaged in a retail-marked light cardboard box. Inside the box, right on top there is a user manual, a quick start guide, and the small fold out marked” important notice “. The bulb camera itself is nestled inside a formed plastic holder. There is also a small adapter so you could plug this directly into a light socket. There’s a sticker on the white socket adapter that tells you this is to help you set up the Wi-Fi. That’s a nice touch and it makes sense. That way you can plug it into a socket convenient to you while you’re setting it up so you don’t have to stand on a ladder or something and wave your phone in front of the camera to connect it.Looking at the quick start guide, you will have to download the app before trying to set up the camera. That makes sense. They also note that this only works on 2.4 gigahertz Wi-Fi, so you’ll need to be certain that your phone is said on a 2.4 GHz stream from your router.Setting up the camera is familiar to anyone that has set up a security cam before- they all seem to be set up in a similar fashion. Once you have downloaded the app and set up an account with them, you have to receive a unlock code in your email to proceed further. Further. Once you have that, it’s as simple as plugging the camera into power, (this is where that handy little adapter makes it much easier) wait for the camera to initiate, then you put your Wi-Fi password in so the camera can program itself and the app will give you a QR code to show to the camera. After a moment, the camera will play a tone to notify you that it has recognized the QR code and then the app gives you a countdown. It’s a 2-minute countdown, but it took less than that for the camera to initiate itself and come online. Then you can put the camera or wherever you need it to be. In our case, I plugged it in in the living room to program it and then put it out side in the lamp socket above the door. So far, I’ve had no glitches with the camera. It makes connections and reconnections fairly quickly, and it responds well to manual directional changes. There is a siren function to the camera, but the siren is very quiet. I tested the siren by setting it off manually when a family member was in the yard less than 100 ft from it and they said it sounded very quiet and not alarming at all.As part of the setup, you have the option to put a TF card into the camera for storage. Please note, it does not come with a TF card. You’ll have to provide your own. However, the camera doesn’t seem to be very picky. I put in a card that I had pulled from an older non-functioning camera, and the camera recognized it and started recording to it almost immediately.On the opposite side of the quick start guide( and keep in mind this has nine pages per side- so not really that quick) they will give you step by step on how to link your Alexa to the camera if you desire. Everything seems fairly straightforward and step by step. I’m going to hold off giving the camera my Alexa password, while I see if I’m happy with all the rest of the functions.Reading through the rest of the instructions and the quote important notice” insert, they know that the camera is not waterproof- this is even though the ads specifically say that this is an indoor-outdoor camera. The important notice goes on to say that if you use it outdoors, you’ll have to ensure that the camera will not get wet in the rain. I have issues with this. I did not expect the camera to be waterproof, but I do expect it to be water-resistant. How can you sell your product as an outdoor product without it being water resistant at all? I have mind mounted outdoors, in a lamp fixture that’s very similar to the one in the end. It’ll be interesting to see what happens with the camera after the first rainstorm we have.As far as night vision, in complete darkness without turning the light on we can see the accustomed black-and-white night images, but they are fairly clear. Turning on the light will give you back color but you lose a little bit of the depth.Another thing I did notice that I thought was interesting. Is that turning on the light produces an audibly loud click. Hearing the click over the phone interface via the sound transmission of the camera assembly itself, it sounds quite heavy and makes a loud sound.One of the difficulties I’ve had with similar light bulb-style cameras is that sometimes it has difficulty making a connection. I’ve had this one for a couple of days now, and checking it multiple times during the day and the night. It has connected in a reasonably quick time, every time.The only difficulty I’ve had with the camera is the controlling software on your phone. There is a very high incidence of the software nagging you to buy the premium version and buy cloud software. In addition to the continual nagging, you have to wait several seconds to be able to dismiss the nag screen. I was seriously thinking about purchasing more of these cameras, but the nag screen is starting to make me think otherwise.**** UPDATE ****After several emails back and forth with LaView, they provided me with the instructions to shut off the push ads. It’s buried deep in the app. Here is the path to get to the off switch.APP-> > Me page ->click on the upper right corner->Privacy Permission Settings->disable PersonalizationIt did work to shut off most of the popups, but it took several days to stop them all.The seller has corrected part of the info in the paperwork that comes with the camera, According to their representative, the cams are rated IP65, which according to a quick Google, “An IP65 rated enclosure gives protection against low-pressure water jets from any direction, as well as condensation and water spray. It’s suitable for most outdoor enclosures that won’t encounter extreme weather such as flooding.”So water resistant, but not waterproof.Their customer service has been responsive, prompting this update on my review.

  2. 02

    by Amazon2 Customer

    Out of the box the setup is pretty simple. And I didn’t have any problem with it, a good thing. The app is fairly intuitive. The buttons are clear to understand what they do.One of the downsides is that you do not have a 360° movement capability. So it can go one direction about 180° but no further. It has to figure out how to go all the way around to the other side and I haven’t seen it do that yet. So I manually have to turn it to the other side.In other words, it can go from the 6:00 position to midnight, with the view at midnight to include about 10:00pm to 2:00am. The view at 6:00 p.m. is about from 4:00pm to 8:00pm. You can manually turn it to 11:59am the other direction, and the view again will be from about 10:00am to 2:00pm but it can only go backwards from 11:59am around to the other side by way of 6:00am.That’s the only limitation I have found on it. I have it set so that when I throw some food out for crows on my back lawn, it tracks them pretty well when they start to fly off low to the ground.I basically bought this as a wildlife cam for my backyard. I don’t have any need for worrying about humans breaking and entering through my back sliding door but I have had a raccoon come into my house of its own accord while I wasn’t watching, by opening the screen door! Lol. Hence purchasing this cam.So I have it set at night to the area right outside the sliding glass door in case any four-legged critters decide to come back by to try to sample the cat food available in the house! Hard to believe he opened the sliding screen door by himself! I now close the sliding glass door in the evening if I’m going to leave the room, just in case.As for the cam, it’s adequate for my needs, more or less. As a security cam I would think that having the 360° ability would be necessary (they claim it’s 360° but it really isn’t. It doesn’t spin all the way around. It goes from one side at 12:00 midnight to 12:00 pm, but if something happens on one side and the camera isn’t near it, it doesn’t move around to see what’s going on elsewhere. It has to be tracking something, and if it goes past the point of no return, it doesn’t swing around completely to the other side to pick up the tracking. I tried a different screw in the light bulb cam (IC*m) but I wasn’t very happy with it. If this one ever came out with the full circle rotation capability I would definitely give it five stars!!

  3. 02

    by PNiles

    Works much better than I thought it would and the price was reasonable. Alerts on my Iphone immediately as motion is sensed and tracking is good.The sound quality and connection while doing 2-way speaking , when subject and camera are moving simultaneously could be better. The vid quality and color is nice for me and the night mode is good. I ordered one with in camera storage, but didnt get it. I didnt return because the amount of stored clips and still clip quality works for me. The LeView app does work very well. I had a few questions about its operating features that I didn’t understand that were quickly answered via emails: so I will have to also say, customer service is awesome. That, alone , is priceless these days. Overall, I am quite happy with this product as I use it to monitor a very elderly person indoors.

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