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Does this bundle includes Sync module 2 ?
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Do these work well for indoor?
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Eufy… I cringe thinking I almost bought a set of their cameras last year. I'm sure my cameras would've been part of the security breach. Causing others to undoubtedly cringe at what they saw. I know Eufy 'fixed' the problem and actually took blame for it but it shouldn't have ever happened.

Whatever system you go with, Eufy, Ring, Blink, Acme, etc. block your cams from having access to the internet from your router settings.
If you block access to the internet how are they going to process data to the cloud 🤷🏾 ♂️.. unfortunately these type cameras need the internet to function.
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I have blink mini. can we trade this device?
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Eufy cameras store data locally only (with expandable capability) an, HD recording, and good battery life depending on the model you get. Don't trust Amazon. And hidden costs from these and Ring are a racket.
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Does this bundle includes Sync module 2 ?
Yes it does
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This might be a nice comparison for some looking to see which camera system is best for them. He does a very good job at comparing them and showing explicitly their pros and cons.

https://youtu.be/BhrP2HwxDaA
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So if you have the xt2 cameras.. You can create a new account and still have no Subscription charge?
You can still create an account and use XT 2 cams for free recording. But none of these cameras or doorbells would give you free recording on your sync module 1.

The only free recording you get with these cameras is local storage with sync module 2.
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I have been using Blink cameras now for ~2 years in Ohio, where it gets both really cold and really hot. Here are the pros and cons:
Pros:
They use standard non-rechargeable AA lithium batteries. They aren't cheap, but they will last more than a year before replacing unless they are constantly getting tripped.
Good picture.
Lightweight.
Easy to install, as long as you have a surface that can take a couple screws.
Plenty of options (areas of camera set to trigger or not, sensitivity, picture quality, length of clips).
They can alert you IMMEDIATELY when tripped. Ignore reviews saying there are delays with alerts. There is a setting to adjust this.
NO monthly contract/payment required, which I love. Do not believe reviews telling you a sub is required. All you need to do is buy a cheap USB stick.
1 year Warranty, which they do honor.
Cons:
They all connect to a receiver/hub where the USB resides, and we have had occasional issues with it not saving clips, not sending us alerts, etc. It took several weeks for their customer service to help us resolve the issue.
Customer service is hit and miss. They are overseas (likely the Philippines).
You can set times where you want cameras to be active vs. not, but you cannot do it by camera. This is a bit annoying, as I would like certain cameras to be active at certain times.
Wasps love them and will trip them. A LOT.
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We are going with the eufys. They seem a lot better overall
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Do these connect to WiFi (and to the Sync module via the network) rather than directly to the Sync module? One of mine would go on the detached garage and another on the far side of the house below grade (walk out basement.) Both areas have mesh routers so no problem with WiFi, but very little chance of reliable service if these things have to connect to the Sync module directly.
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why are there so many bad recent reviews for this. Any feed back from Sd community. I need a camera system around house. I have few different one currently but want to have one system with many cameras. Local saving and no subscription.
Not sure if already answered, but here is my experience.

I purchased a 5 camera system when it went on sale. For me it was on the cheaper side to having surveillance system with local recording.

The cameras claim a 2yr battery life. So far I've had my cameras for 1.5 yrs and have not had to change the battery yet so I'd consider that claim to be accurate.

I initially thought that the sync module was just a way to save videos locally. However the entire system relies on this sync module so if something happens to it or your internet connection then the system is effectively useless. Not a great design IMO.

On the topic of network instability or power instability it doesn't do well with either (meaning recover after these are restored) which will cause the flash drive to be corrupted at which point it will no longer capture new videos.

Support is generally not great. When trying to identify why the system no longer captures videos, support generally advises to just format the flash drive and start over.

Being able to set recording zones is a nice feature but I have a couple of instances where something comes right into the field of view of the camera and yet the camera does not record. There is an option to turn up sensitivity but then there are a lot videos recording nothing relevant e.g. shadows changing.
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Quote from desantma :
This might be a nice comparison for some looking to see which camera system is best for them. He does a very good job at comparing them and showing explicitly their pros and cons.

https://youtu.be/BhrP2HwxDaA
Wow he pretty much said you'd be a fool to buy the Blink.
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Quote from GaryB2484 :
I have been using Blink cameras now for ~2 years in Ohio, where it gets both really cold and really hot. Here are the pros and cons:
Pros:
They use standard non-rechargeable AA lithium batteries. They aren't cheap, but they will last more than a year before replacing unless they are constantly getting tripped.
Good picture.
Lightweight.
Easy to install, as long as you have a surface that can take a couple screws.
Plenty of options (areas of camera set to trigger or not, sensitivity, picture quality, length of clips).
They can alert you IMMEDIATELY when tripped. Ignore reviews saying there are delays with alerts. There is a setting to adjust this.
NO monthly contract/payment required, which I love. Do not believe reviews telling you a sub is required. All you need to do is buy a cheap USB stick.
1 year Warranty, which they do honor.
Cons:
They all connect to a receiver/hub where the USB resides, and we have had occasional issues with it not saving clips, not sending us alerts, etc. It took several weeks for their customer service to help us resolve the issue.
Customer service is hit and miss. They are overseas (likely the Philippines).
You can set times where you want cameras to be active vs. not, but you cannot do it by camera. This is a bit annoying, as I would like certain cameras to be active at certain times.
Wasps love them and will trip them. A LOT.
Yeah wasps love taking selfies. They trip my cameras multiple times daily. They seem to work clockwise around my house tripping each camera along their route.
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Wow he pretty much said you'd be a fool to buy the Blink.
Not really. The blink scored low, but he doesn't really account for the difference in price. He does mention that they get cheap on sale, but price is only one of 5 or 6 really weighted categories. That's not reality for most people.
I would certainly hope that the $200 devices do much better than the (currently) $40 Blink. If price isn't an issue we'd all take the Corvette... And if course, this is Slickdeals. $200 for 5 cameras (plus a freebie) or $1000 for 5 of the Eufys...

Don't get me wrong, I like Eufy in general... but, I'm still also waiting for expandable memory on my Homebase 2. (Actually I gave up awhile ago so it's possible they fixed it.)
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