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Reolink Argus 2 + Solar Panel Wireless Rechargeable Battery-Powered Security Camera $69

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Lowest price ever! Amazon with ReolinkUSOnline has the Reolink Argus 2 Wireless Rechargeable Solar 1080p HD Security Camera with 2-Way Audio, Starlight Night Vision and Solar Panel for $115 - 10% off coupon (check "Apply coupon" box) - $35 off with code EXWH9P7O [Exp 10/25] = $69

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This is a low price by over $30. Looks to be a great deal for areas you cannot run power to.
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What's the deal with cloud storage or local storage.
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Great deal. I believe this can connect to blue iris via rtsp ?

edit sorry no rtsp
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Onvif compatible?
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For me personally Reolink=trash
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For me personally Reolink=trash
How so?
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What's the deal with cloud storage or local storage.
Nice to have options but I would go with cloud so that if the cameras are stolen you at least have the footage Smilie
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How so?
Neighbor has one and it seems to never detect motion, whereas my Wyze was too sensitive that I had to reduce the threshold. If Wyze had a good outdoor case and a solar/battery accessory, it'd check almost all boxes for me.
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Neighbor has one and it seems to never detect motion, whereas my Wyze was too sensitive that I had to reduce the threshold. If Wyze had a good outdoor case and a solar/battery accessory, it'd check almost all boxes for me.
Makes sense. I wonder if Wyze will come out with a nice case and solar/battery accessory. I will be the first one in line to purchase it. Another idea I was thinking was companies making retrofit sets that can use existing CCTV power lines and convert that power to something usable that an wireless IP camera could use.
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Makes sense. I wonder if Wyze will come out with a nice case and solar/battery accessory. I will be the first one in line to purchase it. Another idea I was thinking was companies making retrofit sets that can use existing CCTV power lines and convert that power to something usable that an wireless IP camera could use.
There are 3rd party housing available. I'm tempted to build one myself and attach one of those battery packs with a built-in solar panel that are water resistant. I'd get a much clearer picture having it outside instead of shooting through double pane glass.
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How so?
If you ever worked with pro or semi pro brands, you will understand. Visit ipcamtalk and read.
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If you ever worked with pro or semi pro brands, you will understand. Visit ipcamtalk and read.
Ipcamtalk used to like reolink. What happened?
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Nice to have options but I would go with cloud so that if the cameras are stolen you at least have the footage Smilie
They have cloud option.
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If you ever worked with pro or semi pro brands, you will understand. Visit ipcamtalk and read.
Since you do not like this camera, what would you recommend as a better option for a wireless, battery powered camera with a solar charger? I looked on ipcamtalk and the only talk I could find was around a ridiculous 100w solar panel setup.
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