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Google Nest Outdoor IQ camera 2 pack for sale for $518! That's a $180 price break from regular price.

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Good deal but damn these things are still too expensive for what they are. I have several different nest cams, including an indoor IQ, and I think they are one of the best in the market but the these outdoor IQ models are a tough pill to swallow even at these prices. Thanks for the post! Repped.
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wow, that's pricey... and then you still need to pay for the cloud service... and the bandwidth data cap isseus

for a little more you can find a 8MP "4K" IP PoE kit w/4 cameras and an NVR ( w/o HDD iirc )

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Just checked - Dahua OEM 8MP kit ( LaView brand ) $554.25 w/memorial25 coupon still working. 8 channel NVR w/8 PoE ports, 4x 8MP turret cameras w/o HDD. $118.50 for 1x 8MP camera
this deal btw was posted here on SDs so it should come up on a search.
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Good deal but damn these things are still too expensive for what they are. I have several different nest cams, including an indoor IQ, and I think they are one of the best in the market but the these outdoor IQ models are a tough pill to swallow even at these prices. Thanks for the post! Repped.
Get them on EBay for a lot cheaper!
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Get them on EBay for a lot cheaper!
Last one I bought was at a pawn shop for $60 NIB with the wrap still on it. That was for an outdoor (non-IQ) model. Great video quality I think.
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Get them on EBay for a lot cheaper!
Lowe's has these for the same price. Combine 10% coupon (can find those online) with certain credit card CB (Chase Freedom 5%) and CB site should come out cheaper than eBay.
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wow, that's pricey... and then you still need to pay for the cloud service... and the bandwidth data cap isseus

for a little more you can find a 8MP "4K" IP PoE kit w/4 cameras and an NVR ( w/o HDD iirc )
Exactly the reason I now have a set of 6 IP cam with NVR and nowhere near my cap each month. Before, I had 4 Nest cam running 24/7 at 1080p and was a hair away from hitting 1TB data cap in a single month, imagine how fast a 4K cloud cam can hit data cap if you have one.

Nonetheless this is a decent deal on this particular IP cam
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Edit: I was wrong
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Haha!!
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What's the advantage of these compared to wyze?
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What's the advantage of these compared to wyze?
I believe that Wyze cams only record "motion events" that can be missed. Nest cams record 24/7 without any stops. This is the biggest reason I use them. It would be my luck that when something bad does happen the motion trigger wouldn't activate and it would miss what i needed.
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If you put an sd card in your Wyze cam, it will record 24-7. Mine gives me about a week. I have both Nest and wyze. I actually like the Wyze cams better. I've never had issues with either brand, but Wyze is substantially cheaper and has no monthly fees.
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You guys must have pretty good upload speed and no cap on data. Just nest hello requires 2Mbps uplink. If you have cable internet, you are probably have 6 or 12Mbps cap on what you can upload. These cameras are constantly uploading data. One can easily upload 300MB of data per month with high quality settings.
On top of that, these can not be wired and must be connected through wifi. You must have router with pretty good signal or close to the camera.
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You guys must have pretty good upload speed and no cap on data. Just nest hello requires 2Mbps uplink. If you have cable internet, you are probably have 6 or 12Mbps cap on what you can upload. These cameras are constantly uploading data. One can easily upload 300MB of data per month with high quality settings.
On top of that, these can not be wired and must be connected through wifi. You must have router with pretty good signal or close to the camera.
I have cable internet. No cap. My router is a D-link, I picked up for 70.00 bucks (thanks slickdeals). I have 6 cameras, stationed throughout my exterior, with zero lag.
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I have cable internet. No cap. My router is a D-link, I picked up for 70.00 bucks (thanks slickdeals). I have 6 cameras, stationed throughout my exterior, with zero lag.
which cameras?
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