Motorola security camera with motion detection £40 @ Homebase
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Motorola security camera with motion detection £40 @ Homebase

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Found 29th Dec 2015
Motorola security camera for just over just over £40. Add a 5p screw so you get 20% discount for anything over £50 until Jan 2 (£49.99 on promo now - full price £69.99).

Easy to set up (took about 3 mins), links in to WiFi, and view anywhere from your phone/tablet remotely. has motion detection, sound detection, temperature display. 720p video. Sends messages to your phone when anything happens (all notifications are adjustable or can be turned off). if it detects movement it sends a still of what triggered the motion and will save the recording in a time line so you only have to view what happened. You can view live stream or just look when alerts come in. I've got one set up at our door entry.

Amazing bit of tech for the price!

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Interesting product and price looks good, note that on the very last couple of seconds on that Motorola youtube video it says "Manufacturered, distributed or sold by Binatone Electronics International Ltd......................."

Great price so hot

Any discount codes for free delivery??

got a link for the 5p screw?

What does this record on to? Or does it not save its recordings?

Looks interesting, nice price too.

Dagk

What does this record on to? Or does it not save its recordings?



Keen to know this, if it doesnt record then its pretty much useless as a cctv camera

The camera supports 'HD' video at 1280x720, but that video is at a low framerate and heavily compressed even when viewing on a local network. All recording functions are pushed off to a cloud application from another company called Hubble, and most features will require an additional subscription. Pricing was not announced at the time I am writing this review.

You got to pay to use their cloud

Graham1979

The camera supports 'HD' video at 1280x720, but that video is at a low … The camera supports 'HD' video at 1280x720, but that video is at a low framerate and heavily compressed even when viewing on a local network. All recording functions are pushed off to a cloud application from another company called Hubble, and most features will require an additional subscription. Pricing was not announced at the time I am writing this review.You got to pay to use their cloud



Boo!!! I don't want to pay even MORE money to use it properly!
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