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Wow nobody comment here, Im the first one.
I was about to buy two but misread the price. $35 not $25 LMAOlaugh out loud

Ok deal but will pass.
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Wireless only?
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anyway to keep the footage local?
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This or wyze?
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This or wyze?
If it's indoors, I'd go with wyze. With wyze and a microSD you can get local recording and 24/7 recording so you can scrub through footage that event recording might have missed. Most event recording has a cooldown period so if something comes through the area right after it just finished recording you'll miss it. I have wyze cameras indoor and one kasa outdoor and there are times I wish I could scrub through for some possible events I think i might have missed but I can't because of the Kasa limitation.
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If it's indoors, I'd go with wyze. With wyze and a microSD you can get local recording and 24/7 recording so you can scrub through footage that event recording might have missed. Most event recording has a cooldown period so if something comes through the area right after it just finished recording you'll miss it. I have wyze cameras indoor and one kasa outdoor and there are times I wish I could scrub through for some possible events I think i might have missed but I can't because of the Kasa limitation.
What's the limitation?
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If it's indoors, I'd go with wyze. With wyze and a microSD you can get local recording and 24/7 recording so you can scrub through footage that event recording might have missed. Most event recording has a cooldown period so if something comes through the area right after it just finished recording you'll miss it. I have wyze cameras indoor and one kasa outdoor and there are times I wish I could scrub through for some possible events I think i might have missed but I can't because of the Kasa limitation.
What's a good Wyze model to use?
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What's the limitation?
That it can't do 24/7 recording.
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This or wyze?
This has monthly fee. And no SD card recording.

Wyze is better in every way, has SD card recording except records only 12 minutes ii think on cloud.

Some versions of Wyze apparently are hackable so you can record to your own cloud instead of paying hundreds over the years in cloud storage.
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If it's indoors, I'd go with wyze. With wyze and a microSD you can get local recording and 24/7 recording so you can scrub through footage that event recording might have missed. Most event recording has a cooldown period so if something comes through the area right after it just finished recording you'll miss it. I have wyze cameras indoor and one kasa outdoor and there are times I wish I could scrub through for some possible events I think i might have missed but I can't because of the Kasa limitation.
Very smart hint about cool down period which is a big issue.

RING has even a bigger idiocy and that's WARM up period so if someone comes to your door and does some damage it only shows recording after about 10 seconds of event starting. So if you look at ring app all videos of intruders are missing the most important thing which is when the dude parks his car and walks up to your door and shows his face.
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What's a good Wyze model to use?
for indoor just the wyze cam v2 is fine. there is a pan version that rotates and covers more area but the whirring noise could be annoying while you're at home.
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What's a good outdoor inexpensive camera with pan tilt?
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