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I purchased the Iris outdoor camera just to see how it will register to the Iris hub. I’m still not sure where I’ll be installing it from the outside because it looks like you need to drill a hole to the inside of your house to plug in for power.

So here’s what the box look like.

Iris outdoor camera in box

This is what’s inside the box.

iris outdoor camera out of box

When you try to pair the camera to Iris hub the device that comes up is the indoor camera.

Outdoor camera Paired

The rest of the configurations is the exact same steps you would have going through with the indoor camera if you configure it as a wireless device.

Outdoor wireless configurations

**Update 8/24/2013**

Was pretty tired yesterday so I just posted something quick, and I really could have showed more information which I thought might be interesting.

First off here’s what it looks like fully assembled and standing.

Outdoor camera front

This is what it looks like from the back.

outdoor camera back

The first thing I’ve notice is that it’s pretty big so I place the camera on top of the Iris hub and next to it so you have a reference on it’s size.

Outdoor camera on top of Iris hub

Outdoor camera next to hubHere’s a reference to show the size difference between the outdoor and indoor camera by placing the indoor camera in front of the outdoor one.

Outdoor camera behind indoor cam

Here’s a close up of the water proof electrical plug looks like.

Outdoor cam water proof plug

This is what it looks like once you have it on.

Outdoor camera with water proof plug - side

I’ve also purchased the extension cable just to verify that it does work and that it can also used for the indoor camera too.

outdoor camera extenstion

If there is anything else you like to know please feel free to place a comment and I’ll try my best to show you.