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Anker Official Store via Newegg [newegg.com]has the eufy Security, eufyCam 2C 4-Cam Kit, Wireless Home Security System for $294.09 + Free Shipping

Specs:
  • 180-Day Battery Life,
  • HomeKit Compatibility,
  • 1080p HD,
  • Night Vision,
  • No Monthly Fee
https://www.newegg.com/eufycam-2c...CCUBYE0159
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Go to Amazon reviews for the 2C or 2C Pro cameras. Under the Question and Answer section, search for the word lumens. The 2C has 12 lux at 1 meter. That's about 3 feet. Most cell phones are 44 lux.

Just to give folks here an idea on how weak the 2C "spotlight" is.

I'm not saying to use 4 of those solar lights to replace 1 Eufy 2C "spotlight". I'm saying if your concern is theft deterrent, then having an always on solar LED light is brighter and having built-in antitheft alarm in the camera is more effective than the 2C's spotlight.
So we could go to a question and answer section or we could see them in use and comparison. In Lifehacksters review it lights up, like I said, 25 feet. You can see 2 full rooms of light on the indoor test.

He also says he recommends the 2c over the 2.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=djr0pm0HZRw
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We bought the Eufy Spotlight cameras during a Black Friday steal for $79 last year. Eufy's overall quality is much better than anything we have used and I even replaced a Nest Hello Doorbell camera for a battery operated Eufy doorbell. They just need a familiar faces option, imho.
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So we could go to a question and answer section or we could see them in use and comparison. In Lifehacksters review it lights up, like I said, 25 feet. You can see 2 full rooms of light on the indoor test.

He also says he recommends the 2c over the 2.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=djr0pm0HZRw
I think you're still missing the point here. Let's just put it this way...what's more theft deterrent? The 2c's weak "spotlight" or a much brighter always on solar LED light (even at dim setting) and a camera that has built-in antitheft alarm?
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I think you're still missing the point here. Let's just put it this way...what's more theft deterrent? The 2c's weak "spotlight" or a much brighter always on solar LED light (even at dim setting) and a camera that has built-in antitheft alarm?
You are missing the point. The antitheft feature is not worth $200. You could just buy brand new cameras for that price.

I am going to take one of the most respected camera reviewers opinions over someone who hasn't even tried the 2cs. I have tried both albeit the 2k variants and the 2c wins if you need it in a dark place like a backyard.

Having more stuff to plaster on my walls like 4 "when they feel like working" amazon motion lights that are largely dependent on sunlight is the worst case scenario.

I am not paying an extra $100 per 2 cameras for the worst case scenario.
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You are missing the point. The antitheft feature is not worth $200. You could just buy brand new cameras for that price.

I am going to take one of the most respected camera reviewers opinions over someone who hasn't even tried the 2cs. I have tried both albeit the 2k variants and the 2c wins if you need it in a dark place like a backyard.

Having more stuff to plaster on my walls like 4 "when they feel like working" amazon motion lights that are largely dependent on sunlight is the worst case scenario.

I am not paying an extra $100 per 2 cameras for the worst case scenario.
Uh...you're not just getting antitheft feature. That's not the only difference.

And the reason why I asked you to go to the Q&A section is because it's an actual owner/user of the 2C that replied to the lumens question. So I'm siting an actual user's experience as well.

You've changed the argument from theft deterrent to cost. If cost is your main concern then yes, obviously the 2c is less expensive than the other Eufycams.
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LOL, i guess it took you a while to figure out that a battery device would need to be recharged one day Wink my 5 year ole could have told you that and saved you a lot of time Big Grin

On a serious note: Not everyone has the same need as you, that is why it is important to evaluate your needs. The system is not bad, it's just you are bad at understanding the key benefits of the system, and your requirements. For example, would you recommend someone who is renting a house or apartment to install a POE, i hope not. Or did you factor in the camera traffic and the cost for installation of the POE, or that most POE user interface is like 20 years behind . . .

Instead of posting your failure of grasping how the technology is utilized, you should rather post the alternatives at same price point with better benefit.

Apples to apples . . . not apples to oranges, that is what usually helps people when making decisions.
with those wireless system, you'll end up wasting more time by year 1. Software is software and from my experience DVR system has much more functionality than software inside those wifi system.. better yet, just hook it up to a pc and you can have any feature you'll ever need and works better than any system.

don't make POE sound like something hard... its just a ethernet cable you could just run it in the open. so ya, i'd recommend any POE system over any wireless system.

The only time you'd use a wifi /wireless camera is when its the ONLY camera you will be using such as a doorbell etc, otherwise, there is no reason to not install a POE system. Period.
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We were about to go with the more expensive two-camera system from Eufy, but everything I've heard is that this is a very competent setup (beside shorter battery life).

Thanks for posting!!
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Uh...you're not just getting antitheft feature. That's not the only difference.

And the reason why I asked you to go to the Q&A section is because it's an actual owner/user of the 2C that replied to the lumens question. So I'm siting an actual user's experience as well.

You've changed the argument from theft deterrent to cost. If cost is your main concern then yes, obviously the 2c is less expensive than the other Eufycams.
My argument is that for non lit areas that the 2c is the better buy.

You said the 2c cameras are junk and you not only have never used them but are searching for reasons in the Amazon question section that literally anyone with 2 thumbs can answer.

I show you an actual review by one of the most well respected reviewers saying the 2c is their recommendation. The review video also totally debunked your insightful 3 feet of illumination theory.

You then change the subject to an antitheft feature that doesn't do anything until they have already ripped it off the mount.

If you can't use your 2 eyes and ears I don't think anyone here can help you.
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Could it work with ifttt? Blink is lot cheaper than eufycam but with ifttt support.
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Is Eufy support better than the 4K 6 pack Lorex cameras on Costco?
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I'm looking for a 2-3 cameras setup to go with my POE system that has 2k resolution. Should I go with this or the 2 camera Pro system?
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I switched from Alro Pros to the Eufy line and it was the best decision I've made.

I have the 2s and not 2cs, but i'd love to have the floodlight and color night vision on these models. The 1 year battery is nice, i've found with my sensitivity settings it is more like 6 months on one of my cameras and close to a year on the others. But still so much better than other models.
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Could it work with ifttt? Blink is lot cheaper than eufycam but with ifttt support.
I don't think it does.. I have my blinks on set up with ifttt and just ordered this and am returning the blinks if that means anything to you. I can arm disarm with my watch, have it set to arm/disarm when coming and going but have yet to be impressed with this feature. Eufy has homekit integration so I am hoping to have better luck with eufy's and homekit.. but that's not the reason I am returning...These seem like a better system for not much more price wise(minus one camera compared to the blink 5 camera kit i bought on prime day).. Since having the blinks it has been mostly frustration for me with missed motion and false alerts constantly(had 30 alerts/recordings yesterday for bugs flying past the camera but it misses a human walking by)..Just my short experience of about a week with blinks..

Prime Day Blink outdoor 5 camera kit = $249
This deal(4 cameras) = $294

I just need to decide if i want to return the two minis I bought(one was only $15 and the other was in a package with the Echo Show 8) or just keep them...
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+1 for Eufy.

I bought the 2-cam 2C set with the 2K wired doorbell a while back and they've been solid. Got one facing each side of the driveway (covers the hub's worktruck) and our normal vehicles. They've been up for over one month now with the usual notifications - both he & I leaving and arriving at different times - and a slew of activity from deliveries, outdoor projects, etc. Battery life is still at full bars for each camera.

Wifi reach hasn't been an issue either. Our Homebase is on the same desk as our router in the back of the house. No concern with interference or range limits with the cameras in the driveway at the front of the house.

I looked at a lot of the brands before purchasing and am happy with this setup: the app is simple and fast, minimal false alarms (my coworker's Ring setup is constantly sending false alarms), battery life seems good, footage quality, etc.
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Is Eufy support better than the 4K 6 pack Lorex cameras on Costco?
You can tell about support by looking at the App review, here is a review from Google Play:

Lorex = 2 starts out of 5, 1.2K user review, last update July 21

Eufy = 4.5 starts out of 5 , 4K user review, last update October 22
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