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Samsung SmartThings Cam 1080p HD Wi-Fi Camera EXPIRED

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Samsung has Samsung SmartThings Cam 1080p HD Wi-Fi Camera (GP-U999COVLBDA) on sale for $19.99. Shipping is free.

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  • 1080 HD Video with two way audio and night vision.
  • Full HD, High Dynamic Range and night vision.
  • Two-way audio and a built-in mic.
  • No hub necessary
    • Plug in and connect to your home's Wi-Fi. For total home control, add an optional SmartThings Hub.
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Samsung has Samsung SmartThings Cam 1080p HD Wi-Fi Camera (GP-U999COVLBDA) on sale for $19.99. Shipping is free.

Key Features
1080 HD Video with two way audio and night vision.
Full HD, High Dynamic Range and night vision.
Two-way audio and a built-in mic.
No hub necessary
Plug in and connect to your home's Wi-Fi. For total home control, add an optional SmartThings Hub.

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https://www.samsung.com/us/smart-...a5cca50INT
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TheDogsCarSaw it this morning, and bought 4. I would have bought more, but 4 is the limit on free monthly service.
Arrived Friday. Easy set up. I can see why they limit Free cloud to one day. Even set on People Only, I am getting 800 records per day.
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I've invested in 2 and just hope the way I need them to. In my case, I have lights that I want to turn on and keep on only when there are people in the area (my kitchen and family room). So far my motion detectors work OK but they pick up my cats, as they jump on tables and couches. My motion detectors claim to be pet friendly but they just don't seem to ignore cats well because they jump all over the place. At night, this can be quite annoying, as you might imagine.
I was thinking if I replaced or supplemented my motion detectors with 2 of these cameras (which do person detection), this would solve my problem. I have Eufy cameras but am not sure how to link person detection to keeping my lights on. With the Samsung Cameras, since they link in the hub it should be easy. Best care scenario, they work exactly like I want them to. Worst case scenario, they don't and I put them up as non-critical cams in other parts of my home (laundry room? office? etc.). Either way, the cost the same as motion detectors so, I can justify the expenditure (to myself, because I'm cheap, lol) as attempting to buy better motion detectors Smilie
Exceeded expectations on what I wanted the camera(s) for with 2 big caveats, which I suspected and expected which are that 1. the automation will only work with Z-wave switches, bulbs, devices etc. ie: devices which can be added to Smartthings, makes sense and 2. if I replace my motion sensors with cameras, I risk having everything go to hell if my wifi goes wonky or the cameras disconnect for whatever reason.

Anyway, I was able to set up a camera in my kitchen to essentially replace the motion sensor which I use(d) to activate the light switch. Now, no matter where my cats go, they don't activate the light switch, only people do. These cameras are serious business. The boons so far, there's no cooldown on person or motion detection. Not sure what algorithm is being used but person detection has been fairly consistent. Since it's using power, I no longer have to worry about batteries like I did with motion sensors. Smartthings automation can use the motion OR person detection of the camera for controlling switches, bulbs and other devices. Ultimately, what I now have a is a spot-on accurate motion detecting device with the capability to record whatever it detects. As I mentioned, the downside is that in Alexa, the cameras just have an on/off button, lol - they don't set up as motion sensors or cameras at all so I will have to likely buy a z-wave/zigbee bulb for my Family Room lamp before I can utilize the camera to automate it.

Only time can tell if the tradeoffs are worth it. Either way, I really have no regrets on purchasing them.
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What are we going to do now that Smartthings is discontinuing the hub on 6/1/21? https://www.adt.com/smartthings
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