If there is one thing KKmoon products do fine is plainness of design plus ease of use and the KKmoon 720P HD is no diverse in this regard. It is a lot larger than the unique KKmoon was, but it is just as well constructed and has all the essential features for inside security monitoring responsibilities.
There is a camera lens at the front, which captures a 130-degree arena of view as well as 1080p video recording, convoyed through a pair of infrared LEDs for nightly vision, a status LED and LED status ring adjoining the border of the front fascia.
You get a triple-micro phone array and speaker for two-way communication and the camera is powered through a wall adapter.
That is obviously not ideal, but there is a 3m USB cable delivered in the box, so you must be able to discover a good place for the camera without too much bother.
Setup is as simple as these stuffs tend to get. You download the KKmoon 720P HD, scan the QR code on the base of the camera plus provide it by your Wi-Fi network name plus password, after which you will be able to access the live feed on your mobile device (iOS plus Android are both supported) and obtain notifications while the camera notices motion and persons it does not know.
When the camera does spot faces otherwise motion, as with the steady KKmoon 720P HD these are highlighted through the app with a thumbnail on a steeply-scrolling video time line, below a live view or playback window at the topmost of the screen. From here you could save clips to your account, or save them straight to local storage on your device for sharing through the usual channels.
The facial recognition works uncannily fine. When it picks up an unacquainted face, the app warnings you and enquires you if that person is recognized to you or not. Afterward a couple of goes, it gets to distinguish people and overlooks them, only informing you when someone unacquainted seems in the frame. Alas, it isn’t progressive enough to identify pets just yet. Maybe that’s one.
You are not restricted just to motion- and face-detected clips, however. Not like most IP cameras, the KKmoon 720P HD records 24/7 like a complete Home Security System; just pick your time plus you can start playing from there. It is also likely to make your own clips, or even produce time-lapse videos of extensive periods of time, and if you do not want it recording however you’re in the house you could set it to stop recording while it recognizes that your phone plus those of other family members is in the neighborhood and connected to the home Wi-Fi.
As for video excellence, that is pretty good. On the website there’s some waffle around a 4K sensor and HDR however as long as you don’t anticipate Netflix levels of excellence you’ll be happy. The KKmoon does provide slightly cleaner-looking, more colorful and crisper recording than the steady KKmoon 720P HD, however there isn’t a enormous amount in it. Night vision excellence – in monochrome – is roughly the same.