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Very mixed reports on this company. Questionable reviews I have found. Hardware is decent software is shit. Look up app reviews and mandatory chrome extension reviews.
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Yeah the chrome extension is crap but the phone app is decent.
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I have the indoor 1080p amcrest cameras and one of these outdoor 4mp weatherproof cameras. They are all being recorded to a computer I built under $200 that runs 24/7. The app for live view sometimes has a delay or needs to be refreshed to get the cameras back up, but 95% of the time everything is running and working well for me. The indoor cameras can also be used outdoors if you put them under your roof's gutters away from the sun and rain. I got this 4mp camera for a clearer picture in the front yard incase I would need to send a screenshot of a thief's license plate to the police. Overall for the price and free software these cameras come with I would recommend them. Also the customer support is outsourced to India I believe, but they speak good english and have been very helpful and informative.
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That's everyday price. They send weekly promo email for members.
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How's the motion sensing? Does it detect in a responsive manner?

also, fakespot gives it a C rating with the few reviews it has.
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How's the motion sensing? Does it detect in a responsive manner?

also, fakespot gives it a C rating with the few reviews it has.
I have their Goliath ptz. Motion works but there are lots of false alarms from leaves and bugs.
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This has got to be one of the worst shapes for a bullet IP security camera I have ever seen.

The Hexagonal cross section allows for very little room for misalignment before clearly looking like you were drunk off your ass when you installed them.

There was no good reason for Amcrest to move from their circular cross section style they have been successful with in their 3MP and other 4MP bullet cameras to this.

I recommend you avoid this shape.

Also for just a little more than this price per camera you can get some nice 4K cameras.
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Also, you will need an injector to get this running. Can't believe this doesn't come with a power supply.
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I have the indoor 1080p amcrest cameras and one of these outdoor 4mp weatherproof cameras. They are all being recorded to a computer I built under $200 that runs 24/7. The app for live view sometimes has a delay or needs to be refreshed to get the cameras back up, but 95% of the time everything is running and working well for me. The indoor cameras can also be used outdoors if you put them under your roof's gutters away from the sun and rain. I got this 4mp camera for a clearer picture in the front yard incase I would need to send a screenshot of a thief's license plate to the police. Overall for the price and free software these cameras come with I would recommend them. Also the customer support is outsourced to India I believe, but they speak good english and have been very helpful and informative.
This is ridiculous. You can get a 1080p TVI standalone DVR for less than $150 including 4 cameras that uses 8 watts of power + hard drive. I bought a annke and the cameras are junk so I'm slowly replacing them with different 1080p camera to see which one works the best. Definitely want a 2.8mm to get the maximum field of view.
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Fakespot is accurate as I managed to score all my amcrest cameras off Amazon review sites. 1080p is usually 25, 2k 40 and 720p is 15-20.
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This is ridiculous. You can get a 1080p TVI standalone DVR for less than $150 including 4 cameras that uses 8 watts of power + hard drive. I bought a annke and the cameras are junk so I'm slowly replacing them with different 1080p camera to see which one works the best. Definitely want a 2.8mm to get the maximum field of view.
What is ridiculous exactly? For the standalone dvr and 4 cameras you mentioned are they wireless and 1080p? What size is the hard drive? I chose to build the computer myself so if I wanted to add more cameras I wouldn't be bottlenecked by the dvr because the cheaper ones only support up to 4 channels at 1080p. Also a computer is more versatile to gather and edit the videos. A standalone dvr, 4 cameras, and a hard drive, for less than $150 has to be wired at 720p or is an insane deal. Link?
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Only if I could ever believe anything that is remotely related to Foscam!
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What's the cheapest camera that doesn't require an AC or Ethernet wire to be run? I'd like it completely wireless. Arlo?
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What's the cheapest camera that doesn't require an AC or Ethernet wire to be run? I'd like it completely wireless. Arlo?
The Argus runs $100. Made by Reolink. I've had one since its release about 6 months ago, it gets the job done. First set of batteries just died on it, so I've got a pack of rechargeables shipping from ebay as we speak.
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