Hello salvalo22. This camera is one of these cameras that I bought:
I kinda regret buying them, because then I learned that they didn't support the ONVIF protocol. I like ONVIF because I can attach them to my home automation controller, and be independent from Zmodo software. I have another set of 4 Zmodo cameras that do indeed support ONVIF (ZP-IBI13-W). However, Zmodo has broken this setup too since the last firmware upgrade, when these cameras started to encrypt the video stream and made the ONVIF stream unusable.
I'm a systems architect and I'm currently working on this product here in Brazil. Our #1 rule is: never, ever, break a working solution or system that is relying on your software. If you HAVE to break it, be sure to make workarounds available BEFORE breaking them. If I was the architect behind this move by Zmodo, I would have made the stream encryption as a strongly suggested OPTION, turned on by default. The funny thing is, we only have about 10 clients. Zmodo has thousands of customers, and don't think about these situations. Go figure.