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4-Pack Netgear Arlo Smart Home Wireless Security Cameras EXPIRED

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Best Buy.com has 4-Pack Netgear Arlo Smart Home Wireless Security Cameras (VMS3430-100NAS) on sale for $399.99. Shipping is free, otherwise select free in-store pickup as an alternative option. Thanks dhax

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  • 4-Pack Netgear Arlo Smart Home Wireless Security Cameras
  • Smart Home Base Station w/ Power Adapter
  • Ethernet Cable w/ 4 Magnetic Camera Mounts
  • 7 Mounting Screws
  • 16x Batteries
  • Window Decal
  • Owners Manual
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Our research indicates that this Netgear Arlo Smart Home Wireless Security Cameras is $100 lower than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices ranging from $400 for only a 3-Pack Netgear Arlo Cameras.

Offer valid through November 11, 2015 or while supplies last. This offer is part of Best Buy's Early Black Friday Preview sale. These wireless cameras features a 720p (1280x720) resolution w/ up to 25' IR night vision. They're both motion and weatherproof constructed. - Discombobulated

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Bestbuy has Netgear Arlo 4-pack [bestbuy.com] for $400.

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This is really a great deal for the 4 camera pack.
Excellent product - I paid $300+ for a 2 camera pack not too long ago.
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excellent deal for this set
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Can you hook this up to your own host and avoid the monthly cloud service?
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Can you hook this up to your own host and avoid the monthly cloud service?

For 5 cameras and under there is no fee. I don't know what it costs for over 5 cams but it can't be that much. I'm not sure about your question though...
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Use the Amex $20 off $200 and split tender for a $40 savings
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Does anyone have experience with these cameras? They run on batteries and it seems like how long the batteries last is impacted by how long the feed is viewed, as well as other resolution and motion triggering settings. So I'm guessing this is not a good buy if I want to have the streams running all the time on various tablets that I have mounted around as security monitors?
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Use the Amex $20 off $200 and split tender for a $40 savings

Can that be used more than once or do you have multiple cards?
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Does anyone have experience with these cameras? They run on batteries and it seems like how long the batteries last is impacted by how long the feed is viewed, as well as other resolution and motion triggering settings. So I'm guessing this is not a good buy if I want to have the streams running all the time on various tablets that I have mounted around as security monitors
You are correct they run on obscure batteries and the battery life is dependant on the quality settings and how much the camera records, as well as if you have the camera mounted outside in the elements vs indoors. However, to answer the other part of your question, these cameras cannot record constantly. They only record for a short amount of time when it detects motion. I think you can set it to record for 10 seconds - 70 seconds, or maybe up to 90 seconds, i forget. But it will not record constantly. Only when there is motion. And there is a slight delay when the motion begins, maybe one or 2 seconds, before it starts recording.
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You are correct they run on obscure batteries and the battery life is dependant on the quality settings and how much the camera records, as well as if you have the camera mounted outside in the elements vs indoors. However, to answer the other part of your question, these cameras cannot record constantly. They only record for a short amount of time when it detects motion. I think you can set it to record for 10 seconds - 70 seconds, or maybe up to 90 seconds, i forget. But it will not record constantly. Only when there is motion. And there is a slight delay when the motion begins, maybe one or 2 seconds, before it starts recording.
Thank you for clarifying. I misunderstood completely. I assumed you could do live streaming via the app or local url. Without that, this is not what I need. Thanks again.
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Can you hook this up to your own host and avoid the monthly cloud service?
No fee for 1GB for 7 days. which will work for most
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"Sorry, max # of Card Members have enrolled in #AmexBestBuy offer. Visit http://amex.co/faves for more offers."

Looks like the AMEX offer expired. Frown
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Does anyone have experience with these cameras? They run on batteries and it seems like how long the batteries last is impacted by how long the feed is viewed, as well as other resolution and motion triggering settings. So I'm guessing this is not a good buy if I want to have the streams running all the time on various tablets that I have mounted around as security monitors?
I beta tested these.
They use CR123 batteries and you can use rechargeable ones if you want. If you are going to have it live stream all day I would stay away from this as the batteries are not cheap compared to if you used a plugged in camera system. You can record up to 2 minutes after it is triggered by motion.
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If you understand the "limitations" of the Arlo sytem, they are great.
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