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yes you can stream for free. 24/7/365 using the eufy app

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I bought this earlier to replace a Wyze pan and tilt. The picture is better but the 15fps compared to Wyze's 20fps in night vision makes the 2k eufy only have a slight difference in low light video. There is noticeable ghosting in low light when people are moving in the Eufy.
But I think the biggest thing I wasnt expecting from the Eufy cams is the encrypted sd card. On the wyze, I could just pop out the sd card and copy the videos onto my pc. On the Eufy, it is not allowed. You have to download the videos from your phone and then connect the phone to your pc. You can only download the captured videos too and only in the increments that are recorded if the camera picks up the movements - even in continuous recording mode. Very time consuming and cumbersome. FYI.

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Wished I bought more during the last Prime Day sale when it was $35, but it's still worth it at this price. Got 2.
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Thanks OP. meant to post this, this morning when i noticed my cart totals changed. Was 51.99 yesterday.

Got one for the garage - keep missing delivery folks and i don't want my groceries to go bad.
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hands down the best Pan & Tilt for the price
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Why does it need to pan an tilt? Do you move it remotely?
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Why does it need to pan an tilt? Do you move it remotely?
So you can move the camera. Yes, it can be done remotely from the Eufy app.
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I bought this earlier to replace a Wyze pan and tilt. The picture is better but the 15fps compared to Wyze's 20fps in night vision makes the 2k eufy only have a slight difference in low light video. There is noticeable ghosting in low light when people are moving in the Eufy.
But I think the biggest thing I wasnt expecting from the Eufy cams is the encrypted sd card. On the wyze, I could just pop out the sd card and copy the videos onto my pc. On the Eufy, it is not allowed. You have to download the videos from your phone and then connect the phone to your pc. You can only download the captured videos too and only in the increments that are recorded if the camera picks up the movements - even in continuous recording mode. Very time consuming and cumbersome. FYI.
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So you can move the camera. Yes, it can be done remotely from the Eufy app.
I'm trying to figure out why I'd need this indoors. I don't have pets. I would be looking for a baby camera eventually but other than monitoring your front door or back door from the inside of the house (which you should already have cameras on the outside) not sure about a use cases
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Does anybody know if this camera can also pair to the little portable speed you get with the baby monitor?
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u can conntrol it remotely to adjust .. it can also auto follow movements
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In for 1.

I have currently 2 pan n tilt and one baby monitor and they work well with Homekit. Works remotely as well.
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I bought this earlier to replace a Wyze pan and tilt. The picture is better but the 15fps compared to Wyze's 20fps in night vision makes the 2k eufy only have a slight difference in low light video. There is noticeable ghosting in low light when people are moving in the Eufy.
But I think the biggest thing I wasnt expecting from the Eufy cams is the encrypted sd card. On the wyze, I could just pop out the sd card and copy the videos onto my pc. On the Eufy, it is not allowed. You have to download the videos from your phone and then connect the phone to your pc. You can only download the captured videos too and only in the increments that are recorded if the camera picks up the movements - even in continuous recording mode. Very time consuming and cumbersome. FYI.
That seems wild... So it cannot be used to manually record and dump data from the SD card? Can the encryption be turned off? Can these be utilized with ip cam software like blue iris?
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I have currently 2 pan n tilt and one baby monitor and they work well with Homekit. Works remotely as well.
Just curious, what baby monitor you have that works well with Home kit?
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