Unfortunately, we cannot provide you a long list of devices that are undoubtedly compatible with our firmware. Camera manufacturers tend to change hardware design and swap components even within the same model line, without any notice.
Below, we listed some of the cameras we had in our possession, but again, there is no guarantee that if you’ll buy one of those cameras today you won’t end up with an unsupported hardware on your hands.
Somewhat working method to determine if your camera is supported by the recent version of our firmware is to open1 the camera case and take a look at the chip markings. Then look up your chip in the list of supported hardware and check its development status.
If you still have your doubts, take hi-res pictures of the hardware close-ups and ask for help in one of our Telegram groups.
Most likely, opening the case will void the warranty of the device. We cannot be held liable for any damage to the camera, yourself, your house, your pets, or anything else. If you don’t feel comfortable around hardware, this project may not be right for you.
If you have another supported device to add, please do it here.
|Rotek||Switcam HS303 (v1)||HI3518EV200||No||RTL8188FU||WiFi||Yes|
|Rotek||Switcam HS303 (v2)||HI3518EV200||OV9732||GD25Q128CSIG||No||RTL8188EU||WiFi||Yes|
|Rotek||Switcam HS303 (v3)||HI3518EV200||No||RTL8188EU||WiFi||Yes|
Attention! Doing so, you are taking full responsibility for your actions. ↩