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meShare 1080p Mini Wireless Two-way Audio Camera 4-Pack with Free 6-Month Cloud Service Plan and Cloud AI Security-Works with Google Assistant

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with a free 6 months of storage, motion tagging, seems to be a good upgrade for my 2 WYZE cameras, for a 4-camera system, which only gives you a week of storage, and they cost $26 each
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Yes, they have infrared LEDs
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with a free 6 months of storage, motion tagging, seems to be a good upgrade for my 2 WYZE cameras, for a 4-camera system, which only gives you a week of storage, and they cost $26 each
You can get zmodo NVR installed locally (in the LAN), no need Internet
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with a free 6 months of storage, motion tagging, seems to be a good upgrade for my 2 WYZE cameras, for a 4-camera system, which only gives you a week of storage, and they cost $26 each
I am confused about the 6 months of storage, what happens after the 6 months of free cloud storage, do they charge money for cloud storage? Do you know, and can you find out for us, since you started the thread. Thanks

update: here is their website.
https://www.meshare.com/cloud

And after 6 months of complimentary cloud storage they have 3 plans, 12 hours of saved clips that are only 10 second clips for free, and 2 paying plans 4.99 and 9.99 monthly plans.

Wyze has 14 days of free cloud storage , 12 second clips ... they don't charge anything. And you can put SD card in Wyze cams for about 7 days of continuous recordings.
Most of us use the 12 second clips to find the time period and then use that time to watch the full interaction of stuff going on.
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I am confused about the 6 months of storage, what happens after the 6 months of free cloud storage, do they charge money for cloud storage? Do you know, and can you find out for us, since you started the thread. Thanks

update: here is their website.
https://www.meshare.com/cloud

And after 6 months of complimentary cloud storage they have 3 plans, 12 hours of saved clips that are only 10 second clips for free, and 2 paying plans 4.99 and 9.99 monthly plans.

Wyze has 14 days of free cloud storage , 12 second clips ... they don't charge anything. And you can put SD card in Wyze cams for about 7 days of continuous recordings.
Most of us use the 12 second clips to find the time period and then use that time to watch the full interaction of stuff going on.
I have 5 Wyze cams. Overall the meShare cams look very comparable. The quality (frame rate & latency) looks a bit worse than Wyze, on the video I was able to find on Youtube. I use most of my Wyze cams outside, which is something I like for the price, even though they're obviously not marketed for outdoors, they' hold up well outdoors. The meShare Mini app looks better than Wyze, for reviewing footage and stuff. But Wyze is supposed to be adding plans for 24/7 storage and NAS support and some new stuff for reviewing footage.
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I have 5 Wyze cams. Overall the meShare cams look very comparable. The quality (frame rate & latency) looks a bit worse than Wyze, on the video I was able to find on Youtube. I use most of my Wyze cams outside, which is something I like for the price, even though they're obviously not marketed for outdoors, they' hold up well outdoors. The meShare Mini app looks better than Wyze, for reviewing footage and stuff. But Wyze is supposed to be adding plans for 24/7 storage and NAS support and some new stuff for reviewing footage.
I have a number of Wyze v2 cameras too, and there are plenty of pro and user reviews on the wyze.

There is hardly anything on youtube about this device. I did watch a company setup video, and some of this companies other cameras.

I don't think this is a good deal at all! No SD card can be used.

I would research this yourself if you are thinking of buying this product. After 6 months 12 hours of saved 10 second clips ... or pay 5 or 10 dollars a monthly fee.

Correct me if I am wrong, but Wyze beats this by a mile.
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