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alphabets asked this question on 11-23-2020 at 03:52 PM
11-23-2020 at 06:55 PM
yes you can stream for free. 24/7/365 using the eufy app

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Awesome thanx for posting! Been waiting for the price to drop.
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Does this require subscription service to view history?
For example, only when you pay $30/yr on ring indoor camera can I go back to motion detected, say 5 hours ago, and see what caused that motion. So the Ring camera is useless to view happenings overnight without the plan.
I don't know why people buy subscription only cameras. It's like paying for fees indefinitely forever to use the cameras you brought from them. Best part is at the end u stuck with a couple hundred dollars paper weight.I get it if you don't know anything about computer but there's cameras out there that just requires a memory card
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My Eufy 2k cams can connect via RTSP to external NAS stuff. I have not tried pulling down video from the SD card, but it makes sense from a privacy perspective in case someone snatches the SD, they can't see the data on it. Only you can.
+1 on RTSP. I used it to monitor via blue iris. The only headache was the initial config, but it is light years past the old foscam 720p it replaced Smilie
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I'd like a security camera monitoring the doorway, but I'm worried about the security aspect. some cameras allow a password for authentication but does not encrypt the video stream. Others has firmware flaws that let attacker change settings by sending malicious commands.

Has anyone successfully set up and block internet access? (Camera would write to a NAS only. Wireless router is configured to only allow traffic to NAS and block internet traffic for the camera)
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I'd like a security camera monitoring the doorway, but I'm worried about the security aspect. some cameras allow a password for authentication but does not encrypt the video stream. Others has firmware flaws that let attacker change settings by sending malicious commands.

Has anyone successfully set up and block internet access? (Camera would write to a NAS only. Wireless router is configured to only allow traffic to NAS and block internet traffic for the camera)
this needs internet access to function.
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Yeah, I'm using this outdoor, under a porch, picture quality is really clear, even better than the 2K eufy doorbell that I have, which costs like 4x this price.
I'd like to use this under a covered porch too. Do you think humidity and frost will affect the camera?
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Be aware this pan/tilt camera basically can only tilt up and cannot tilt down. I went with the non-pan/tilt 2k eufy camera solely for this reason as it was a major issue for my use case.
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How does this compare to wyze v2 considering that one has starlight sensor?
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Be aware this pan/tilt camera basically can only tilt up and cannot tilt down. I went with the non-pan/tilt 2k eufy camera solely for this reason as it was a major issue for my use case.
But the non pan doesn't necessarily solve this issue right? You just went with the non pan version because it didn't pay to shell out more for a version that didn't give you more, right? Or is there something the non pan version offered that this version didn't? (Like wider stationary viewing angle, etc).
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Bought this during the release sale and have 0 regrets. Leave it in my living room to watch the dogs, can add an alarm that triggers for zones if you want dogs to avoid a certain area, i use the voice to talk to them if needed. Paired this up with the eufy doorbell and having the one eufy app to view both has been great.

Haven't tested alerts yet for this, but the doorbell alerts have been quick and reasonable for me.
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Why does it need to pan an tilt? Do you move it remotely?
I have one and use it to watch my pups. Can be mounted upside down as well. Works fantastic.
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The visible red night vision led's are a deal breaker for me. I don't know why they wouldn't use 940/950nm led's. I guess I'll keep my YI cams.
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But the non pan doesn't necessarily solve this issue right? You just went with the non pan version because it didn't pay to shell out more for a version that didn't give you more, right? Or is there something the non pan version offered that this version didn't? (Like wider stationary viewing angle, etc).
The non-pan/tilt can be manually angled in pretty much any direction. So it can be tilted down, just not using the app.
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Be aware this pan/tilt camera basically can only tilt up and cannot tilt down. I went with the non-pan/tilt 2k eufy camera solely for this reason as it was a major issue for my use case.
Depending on your location, you can mount upside down to work around
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It has some limitations to adjustment. Ie you can only tilt up/down manuallly when it's facing forward
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