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Kasa Smart Security Camera by TP-Link, Baby Monitor, Indoor CCTV, No Hub Required £49.97 at Amazon
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Kasa Smart Security Camera by TP-Link, Baby Monitor, Indoor CCTV, No Hub Required £49.97 at Amazon

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Posted 9th Dec 2019

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These really are great indoor security cameras. I use a few myself.

Works with Amazon Alexa and Google Home and has night vision.


Product Description
Protect your home and keep watch over those you care about most. Kasa Smart Security Camera is designed to deliver clear 1080p video the moment you start streaming, keeping you connected to your home anywhere you go. You can also customise your Kasa experience with activity zones to only send alerts that matter the most to you. Pairs with Echo Show/Echo Spot and Google Home Hub, so you can use your voice to control it even when your hands are full. With IFTTT, you can also create personalised Applets that trigger automatic actions on your security camera.

Box Contains
Kasa Smart Indoor Security Camera (KC120)
Camera Stand with Magnetic Base
Mounting Plate
Mounting Screws
Power Adapter
10 ft USB Cable
Quick Installation Guide
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Great price, thanks OP. To be honest I want to replace 2 Nest Cams that go offline too much so this might be the way forward and not having to pay a subscription fee too!
Can you pull this feed up on a Google Nest Hub?
umirza8509/12/2019 10:44

Can you pull this feed up on a Google Nest Hub?


Yes
Same with the smaller Kasa ip cameras.
What is the advantage of this one over those?
I have the Kasa spot cameras which are brilliant at £35 and these do exactly the same for £15 extra while on offer. Am i just paying for the different design of these cameras .
I cant see a difference between this and the spot cam? (except the £16 price difference). What am i missing?

Even the comparison chart on Amazon website says they are identical?
jpg8609/12/2019 12:55

I cant see a difference between this and the spot cam? (except the £16 …I cant see a difference between this and the spot cam? (except the £16 price difference). What am i missing?Even the comparison chart on Amazon website says they are identical?


Done some research!

This camera captures at 30fps and works on 5ghz Wi-Fi, so it's likely to produce smoother video footage and stream a little quicker too (if connected to 5ghz) together with slightly better night vision range.

Now I'm tempted, but I couldn't tell you why
I've not tried the cheaper cameras but I believe they don't capture as clear an image. Not 100% sure though
I bought the outdoor cam a few weeks ago and the image quality is brilliant. Captures motion as long as there is motion.
This cam keeps captured footage for 2 days (1GB) while the spot keeps footage for 12 hours (256GB)

tp-link.com/uk/…34/
Also note the disclaimer: All the Kasa cameras will apply a 2-year limitation for the free plan. At the end of the free plan, you need to subscribe to one of the paid plans to continue to use the cloud storage.

Many say TP-Link has been saying this for a long time and have not applied this rule.
Can anyone help me with a guide to setting up a system of cameras .
Can most WiFi cameras be used with other systems like Kassa and hive

Basically are the different brands untercompatible?
The key thing is to see if they're compatible with either Amazon Alexa, Google Home, Hive or Apple Homekit (choose one standard). Then you can pretty much use any brand as long as they all operate with whichever standard you decide to use. Hive is the most closed one. Apple tends to be the most expensive (but potentially best privacy). Google has the least privacy, but only just when compared to Amazon.
Cameras like the Kasa are sometimes compatible with more than one standard.
wildbreed10009/12/2019 14:04

I bought the outdoor cam a few weeks ago and the image quality is …I bought the outdoor cam a few weeks ago and the image quality is brilliant. Captures motion as long as there is motion.This cam keeps captured footage for 2 days (1GB) while the spot keeps footage for 12 hours (256GB)https://www.tp-link.com/uk/support/faq/2634/Also note the disclaimer: All the Kasa cameras will apply a 2-year limitation for the free plan. At the end of the free plan, you need to subscribe to one of the paid plans to continue to use the cloud storage.Many say TP-Link has been saying this for a long time and have not applied this rule.


That has prices in dollars and says care isn't available outside US? Just messaged a mate who's got one and says his keeps his for 7days for free so looks like that's a copy and paste from US?
mentalmike18/12/2019 19:43

That has prices in dollars and says care isn't available outside US? Just …That has prices in dollars and says care isn't available outside US? Just messaged a mate who's got one and says his keeps his for 7days for free so looks like that's a copy and paste from US?


Ah seems like it's only two days in UK now after the initial 30 day trial tp-link.com/uk/…62/
mentalmike18/12/2019 19:45

Ah seems like it's only two days in UK now after the initial 30 day trial …Ah seems like it's only two days in UK now after the initial 30 day trial https://www.tp-link.com/uk/support/faq/1962/


Ah just double checked with my mate and he sent me a screenshot - he's still getting the full 30 days. Dunno if that's because he was an early user or he has got lucky!

Edit - reading reviews it sounds like it's because he's an early user and only 2 days now
Edited by: "mentalmike" 18th Dec 2019
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