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TP-Link Kasa Outdoor security Camera - £66.95 @ Amazon
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TP-Link Kasa Outdoor security Camera - £66.95 @ Amazon

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Posted 21st Nov 2019

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This is the cheapest these have been. I bought 2 a while ago at £79.99, they are very good. Have now purchased a third.

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I have 2 of these already, the cloud storage is free, which is a huge advantage and one I think is worth paying more for. It stores videos for 2 days for free, forever, which is fine for me. As their paid for service seems to be inexorably delayed, you can currently access stuff for 30 days for free, however this may change in future.

When considering the cost of these you need to factor in the ongoing costs as well as the purchase costs, as the running costs will rapidly overtake the hardware costs, thus are actually more relevant than hardware purchase prices.

I believe you can have up to 3 cameras on the free package for Kasa.

I've never understood memory card cameras. Surely a thief just has to pull the camer off the wall and job done?

Anyway, this is just a post to highlight the fact this is cheaper than it normally is... which is surely the point of this site?!
Edited by: "Simonlovell100" 21st Nov 2019
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I bought similar netvue external camera for £29 on Amazon. This is twice the price.
ukle21/11/2019 09:53

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How does it work if it doesn't call home? Does it support rtsp streaming or just ftp upload?
Overpriced. Buy YI when £35.99
Records on memory card too
The Netvue one is obviously cheaper and has the significant advantage of taking a memory card (so no ongoing costs for cloud storage) but the TP-Link one works with Google and also allows defining of zones for movement alerting - both features I wouldn't buy another camera without!
I have 2 of these already, the cloud storage is free, which is a huge advantage and one I think is worth paying more for. It stores videos for 2 days for free, forever, which is fine for me. As their paid for service seems to be inexorably delayed, you can currently access stuff for 30 days for free, however this may change in future.

When considering the cost of these you need to factor in the ongoing costs as well as the purchase costs, as the running costs will rapidly overtake the hardware costs, thus are actually more relevant than hardware purchase prices.

I believe you can have up to 3 cameras on the free package for Kasa.

I've never understood memory card cameras. Surely a thief just has to pull the camer off the wall and job done?

Anyway, this is just a post to highlight the fact this is cheaper than it normally is... which is surely the point of this site?!
Edited by: "Simonlovell100" 21st Nov 2019
OK, I am confused!

(Recent) Amazon reviews indicate that the KASA app doesn’t work with Android 10 (7 Nov), and that TP link know but don’t seem bothered, also that the camera no longer works with “Google Nest” (31 Oct).
tp-link.com/us/…14/
Is that just about “works with nest” ie having other things control Nest thermostats relatively directly?

So, does it still work with the Google Nest Hub displays?
And does this Indicate that the KASA line is a dead end, superseded by TP link’s Tapo range?

ps About the cable - what hole size is needed for the power cable to pass to the outside world?
Edited by: "wdh" 21st Nov 2019
Aren't the Amazon owned BLINK XT2 better than this, considering the free cloud for 7 days(if I remember rightly, someone double check it) and similar prices,plus stickability they have and flexibility of the batteries?
Great Camera. Please Note:

1. 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.
tp-link.com/uk/…34/
wildbreed10021/11/2019 12:19

Great Camera. Please Note:1. All the Kasa cameras will apply a 2-year …Great Camera. Please Note:1. 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.https://www.tp-link.com/uk/support/faq/2634/


Wow that was well hidden. Thanks very much for pointing it out!
My understanding is their paid service is in beta and has been for years, hence why I said you get it for free at the moent but this may change in future.
Simonlovell10021/11/2019 10:18

I have 2 of these already, the cloud storage is free, which is a huge …I have 2 of these already, the cloud storage is free, which is a huge advantage and one I think is worth paying more for. It stores videos for 2 days for free, forever, which is fine for me. As their paid for service seems to be inexorably delayed, you can currently access stuff for 30 days for free, however this may change in future.When considering the cost of these you need to factor in the ongoing costs as well as the purchase costs, as the running costs will rapidly overtake the hardware costs, thus are actually more relevant than hardware purchase prices.I believe you can have up to 3 cameras on the free package for Kasa.I've never understood memory card cameras. Surely a thief just has to pull the camer off the wall and job done?Anyway, this is just a post to highlight the fact this is cheaper than it normally is... which is surely the point of this site?!


Here is an example of the memory card...
Imagine days or weeks or even months later you find out about a crime. Then, you merely just go back to the recorded days on your memory card, ecaxt second..
why people think cctv is only for preventing robbery ^^
It could be a damage of a car on the road, fallen tree, accident, etc

Now you understand
italondonistaavataurino21/11/2019 12:19

Aren't the Amazon owned BLINK XT2 better than this, considering the free …Aren't the Amazon owned BLINK XT2 better than this, considering the free cloud for 7 days(if I remember rightly, someone double check it) and similar prices,plus stickability they have and flexibility of the batteries?


7 days is not enough.
Buy one with memory card.
sam_of_london21/11/2019 09:38

I bought similar netvue external camera for £29 on Amazon. This is twice …I bought similar netvue external camera for £29 on Amazon. This is twice the price.


'similar' is exactly the kind of detail we like to know about. Thanks for your detailed advice
bullsblood21/11/2019 18:15

7 days is not enough.Buy one with memory card.


Blink cost more to reflect that. And why would you buy a security camera with a memory card. Unless you're not using it for security.
James_Lewis27/11/2019 08:45

Blink cost more to reflect that. And why would you buy a security camera …Blink cost more to reflect that. And why would you buy a security camera with a memory card. Unless you're not using it for security.


If you know the answer why do you ask..
You are not sitting front of your screen watching your camera 24/7 are you?! I hope not.
So, of course a memory card is priceless. Your recorded few seconds is enough for nothing. The longer the video the more info you have and that’s where cards play major role
Otherwise you can pay for subscription but then again why would you waste money on that every month if you can buy a card for £5
People..
bullsblood27/11/2019 11:40

If you know the answer why do you ask..You are not sitting front of your …If you know the answer why do you ask..You are not sitting front of your screen watching your camera 24/7 are you?! I hope not.So, of course a memory card is priceless. Your recorded few seconds is enough for nothing. The longer the video the more info you have and that’s where cards play major roleOtherwise you can pay for subscription but then again why would you waste money on that every month if you can buy a card for £5 People..


So when i rob ur house ill just remember to take the cameras with me. Lol
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