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TP-Link indoor 360° home security camera / baby monitor - night vision & SD card storage - Tapo C200 - £24.99 @ Amazon
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TP-Link indoor 360° home security camera / baby monitor - night vision & SD card storage - Tapo C200 - £24.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 28th MarEdited by:"chirper"

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TP-Link Pan/Tilt Security Camera, Indoor CCTV, 360 Degree Rotational Views, Works with Alexa & Google Home, No Hub Required, 1080p, 2-Way Audio, Night Vision, SD Storage up to 128gb sd card not provided.

Protect your home and keep watch over those you care about most. TP-Link Tapo Smart Pan Tilt Security Camera is designed to deliver clear 1080p video the moment you start streaming, keeping you connected to your home anywhere you go.

With 360° rotational and 114° vertical views, the pan tilt camera can monitor every angle of any room.

Tapo C200 send notification to your phone every time it senses motion or sound.

Pairs with Amazon Alexa and Google Home, so you can use your voice to control it even when your hands are full.

Live stream to your home nest hub or Alexa echo show
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Day time ok but very poor on night mode!
AlbertWsm28/03/2020 17:17

Day time ok but very poor on night mode!


Maybe software needs sorting out from Tp link
Edited by: "chirper" 28th Mar
Ours is ok at night, and ok in the day. A bargain for £25 whatever
chirper28/03/2020 17:24

Maybe software needs sorting out from Tp link


Has been updated to latest software, still crap! Replaced all my cams for domestic Dahua - Imou Bullet Pro 4MP really nice picture and under £50 on amazon
AlbertWsm28/03/2020 17:27

Has been updated to latest software, still crap! Replaced all my cams for …Has been updated to latest software, still crap! Replaced all my cams for domestic Dahua - Imou Bullet Pro 4MP really nice picture and under £50 on amazon


I meant maybe they need to do more updating of the firmware..
chirper28/03/2020 17:30

I meant maybe they need to do more updating of the firmware..


Maybe! Personally waste of money at the moment.
Apparently the D-Link Tapo range has a lower specification / less features than the D-Link Kasa range. Limited information on what this actually means for individual products like this camera. So the Tapo range has lower price, while the Kasa range has stronger performance. But if they do what you want then save some money and go for the Tapa range. I have too many Kasa products to now start purchasing Tapo products and I do not want to have yet another app on my phone.
Anyone streamed one of these to a Lenovo smart display 8 using Google home?
Who's not home this day and age
night visoion is absolutely fine, I have two of these. no remote upload
I use these throughout the house, and they're fine, simple to use, functional and find them fine for night vision, given most rooms are not huge. The mobile app works well.

I use the Kasa brand for external.
SteelCity28/03/2020 17:45

Anyone streamed one of these to a Lenovo smart display 8 using Google home?


Yes I have. Bit glitchy to start with, but settles down after about 10-15 seconds. Don't know how long you can stream for, not tried it for any length of time.
Edited by: "rav4cas" 28th Mar
Have one of these as a nanny cam in Kids bedroom. Works well mounted upside down from a high shelf. 10 - 15 sec delay on feed to Home hub max but in app is near instant.
Seems to look and operate very similar to the Imou ranger 2 at a decent price point. With Neos putting their prices up, these seem a great alternative. I use my cams largely for keeping an eye on the kids so I don't need too end cams but being able to access SD footage from the app (when I need to break the deadlock with a digital ref) and access the cams quickly is important.
This or neos? I know neos gives free 12 second cloud upload which this doesn't but I think this gives remote access to the SD card which I understand neos doesn't. So if this doesn't upload to cloud, how do you save/access clips if you get an intruder?
Guessing it won't work well through glass at night-time?
Chet28/03/2020 19:09

This or neos? I know neos gives free 12 second cloud upload which this …This or neos? I know neos gives free 12 second cloud upload which this doesn't but I think this gives remote access to the SD card which I understand neos doesn't. So if this doesn't upload to cloud, how do you save/access clips if you get an intruder?


Should be an option on the app to view all recorded footage and record it to your photo album
xlxaiwa55xlx28/03/2020 18:54

Seems to look and operate very similar to the Imou ranger 2 at a decent …Seems to look and operate very similar to the Imou ranger 2 at a decent price point. With Neos putting their prices up, these seem a great alternative. I use my cams largely for keeping an eye on the kids so I don't need too end cams but being able to access SD footage from the app (when I need to break the deadlock with a digital ref) and access the cams quickly is important.


It’s actually a replacement to a tp-link Kasa but the Kasa doesn’t come with sd card slot. amazon.co.uk/Sec…QCD
Chet28/03/2020 19:09

This or neos? I know neos gives free 12 second cloud upload which this …This or neos? I know neos gives free 12 second cloud upload which this doesn't but I think this gives remote access to the SD card which I understand neos doesn't. So if this doesn't upload to cloud, how do you save/access clips if you get an intruder?


The only way to view the SD footage non a Neos is to remove it from the cam and watch it from a laptop/computer. Wyze (same cam, different app and firmware) allow you to view the footage from SD. You can only buy from the US and amazon.com aren't exporting them to the UK right now. My experience with Neos isn't brilliant. If a cam triggers, it won't do for another 5 minutes so it's possible to miss what you needed to see.
I recently bought the c100. Steal at this price. They support RSTP and OVNIF so you can use 3rd party DVR software to record such as Blue Iris, iSpy etc.
Edited by: "huispan" 28th Mar
Is this safe to use as a baby monitor over WiFi? I've changed default password
huispan28/03/2020 23:28

I recently bought the c100. Steal at this price. They support RSTP and …I recently bought the c100. Steal at this price. They support RSTP and OVNIF so you can use 3rd party DVR software to record such as Blue Iris, iSpy etc.


I am bad at these things, could you please explain how to do this?
Got mine the other day, set it up today. Works brilliantly with google hub and night cam is good too...
does this connect to chinese servers?
TiptreeJam28/03/2020 17:41

Apparently the D-Link Tapo range has a lower specification / less features …Apparently the D-Link Tapo range has a lower specification / less features than the D-Link Kasa range. Limited information on what this actually means for individual products like this camera. So the Tapo range has lower price, while the Kasa range has stronger performance. But if they do what you want then save some money and go for the Tapa range. I have too many Kasa products to now start purchasing Tapo products and I do not want to have yet another app on my phone.


Only difference between them is kasa is a cloud based solution with no local storage. The tapo range are a local based storage solution allowing recording to micro SD card and then accessing footage through the tapo app. Another handy feature with tapo is you also have ONVIF & RSTP support meaning you can setup with a NVR to record to that. The Onvif support was the main reason I bought both the Tapo C100 & C200 to replace some ageing Foscam cube cameras that I was using with my NVR server.
ses6jwg02/04/2020 20:32

Is this safe to use as a baby monitor over WiFi? I've changed default …Is this safe to use as a baby monitor over WiFi? I've changed default password



I'm interested to know this too. Can it notify of any noise or sounds rather than just crying noise?
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