Yi Technology via Amazon has 2-CtYi Home 720p Wireless IP Camera (White) on sale for $57.98 - $17.98 w/ promotional code 49HH9WAG = $40. Shipping is free or get 2-day free shipping w/ Prime. Thanks Christina.Shell
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The camera records in 720p HD w/ 2-way audio and features 111° wide-angle lens, 940nm infrared non-invasive sensor and 4x digital zoom. Operates over WiFi to receive real-time streaming & activity alerts w/ the Yi Home App.
Last Edited by neverbuyretail
January 7, 2018
What is posted below DOES NOT WORK with current camera firmware. While it might have worked with previous older models. It doesn't with current. I've tried multiple times on 2 of these cameras that I fully regret that I purchased. I don't know what was the intent of this post below. If it was to share information or to get more people to buy this awful cameras. It's simple. The maker of this camera simply needs to unrestrict the firmware as they had before (that way you could use what remains of the functional hardware the way you want). Until then all these things are for the Chinese to peek into your home. And possibly leave you open to a major hack attack on your private home network. There is a reason why these are so cheap. Good luck.
Installation is simple:
- Download the zip at the above link
- Format an SD card (usually included) to FAT32
- Copy the contents of the "sd" directory to the SD card
- Insert the SD card in the camera and boot it
The hack enables rtsp, telnet and http. I've been running 7 of these 24/7 for the past 1.5 years. 5 of the 7 are outdoors in areas that are only covered by the eves of my home. I use mine with ZoneMinder (More info here: https://forums.zoneminder.com/vie...hp?t=25261)
The rtsp streams can also be used directly in something like Home Assistant.
This is a great deal on these cameras. The best I've see so far was roughly $11 per camera on Black Friday in 2016.