TP-Link Indoor Security Camera, 360°, Alexa&Google Home, No Hub Required, 1080p, 2-Way Audio, Night Vision, SD Storage - £29.74 @ Amazon
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TP-Link Indoor Security Camera, 360°, Alexa&Google Home, No Hub Required, 1080p, 2-Way Audio, Night Vision, SD Storage - £29.74 @ Amazon

£29.74£34.9915%Amazon Deals
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Posted 5th Nov
Seems like a good deal.
I was keeping an eye on this for a while now.
  • No Hub Required - Works with any Wi-Fi router without the need for a separate hub or paid subscription service
  • 1080P HD with Pan Tilt - 360° rotational and 114° vertical views with 1080p resolution and night vision up to 30 ft.
  • Two-way audio - With built-in microphone and speaker, you can keep in touch with your family anytime, anywhere
  • Motion Detection and Activity Zones - Custom activity zones and notification will sent to your phone once motion is detected
  • SD Storage - Local storage supports up to 128GB Micro SD card (SD card is not provided)
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Supports ONVIF too if you prefer to monitor it using your existing CCTV setup
htslough05/11/2019 09:04

Instead of SD card can you get this to upload videos to your own …Instead of SD card can you get this to upload videos to your own server/Nas on home network?


I use Contacam software (free from HERE ) on a windows computer to monitor all my cameras. It has its own motion detection and video filing and storage functions, and you can access it over your network with a browser.
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It's only an indoor camera!
Supports ONVIF too if you prefer to monitor it using your existing CCTV setup
Instead of SD card can you get this to upload videos to your own server/Nas on home network?
htslough05/11/2019 09:04

Instead of SD card can you get this to upload videos to your own …Instead of SD card can you get this to upload videos to your own server/Nas on home network?


I use Contacam software (free from HERE ) on a windows computer to monitor all my cameras. It has its own motion detection and video filing and storage functions, and you can access it over your network with a browser.
htslough05/11/2019 09:04

Instead of SD card can you get this to upload videos to your own …Instead of SD card can you get this to upload videos to your own server/Nas on home network?


supports Protocols: TCP/IP, DHCP, ARP, ICMP ,DNS, NTP, HTTP, HTTPS, UDP, ONVIF, RTSP
so you should be covered
It's this really TP-Link?!
Anyone clued up about the differences between this camera (Tapo C200) and the Kasa Spot Pan & Tilt (KC110)?

edit:

C200 doesn't have automatic tracking, KC110 does.

C200 doesn't have cloud storage, KC110 does. So the C200 isn't very well suited as a security camera, if the burglar nicks the camera, they also nick the footage.

They use different apps, Tapo and Kasa.

Otherwise they look pretty similar
Edited by: "neon85" 5th Nov
scaryprowler05/11/2019 09:50

It's this really TP-Link?!


Sort of found this tapo.com/en/…ry/

Also other tapo products on here talk about their products working in kaza app or not tapo has it own app couldnt find an answer if they are picked up by kaza.

Trying to decide if I should buy this to use with tinycam on android rather than smart home stuff.
neon8505/11/2019 09:57

Anyone clued up about the differences between this camera (Tapo C200) and …Anyone clued up about the differences between this camera (Tapo C200) and the Kasa Spot Pan & Tilt (KC110)?


This one has SD card but uses a different app. Not sure what else is different.
hotukdealsuser05/11/2019 10:17

Sort of found this https://www.tapo.com/en/about-us/tapo-story/Also other …Sort of found this https://www.tapo.com/en/about-us/tapo-story/Also other tapo products on here talk about their products working in kaza app or not tapo has it own app couldnt find an answer if they are picked up by kaza. Trying to decide if I should buy this to use with tinycam on android rather than smart home stuff.


Cheers! I've got other TP link gear via Kasa app, having another app to host other IOT items isn't really appealing
Edited by: "scaryprowler" 5th Nov
neon8505/11/2019 09:57

Anyone clued up about the differences between this camera (Tapo C200) and …Anyone clued up about the differences between this camera (Tapo C200) and the Kasa Spot Pan & Tilt (KC110)?edit:C200 doesn't have automatic tracking, KC110 does.C200 doesn't have cloud storage, KC110 does. So the C200 isn't very well suited as a security camera, if the burglar nicks the camera, they also nick the footage. They use different apps, Tapo and Kasa. Otherwise they look pretty similar


looks like protocols supported for KC110 are also missing on datasheet which makes me wonder if this can be used by 3rd party CCTV systems/software other than just the KASA app, this would be a major difference for me.

Also looks like Kasa can be powered by USB (5V), Tapa has power adapter (9V)...

Optically Kasa has bigger sensor and larger aparture lens (both advantages for night footage)

Kasa is physically smaller 4mm in width and depth
Edited by: "Alllfff" 5th Nov
Shinrin-Yoku05/11/2019 08:24

Supports ONVIF too if you prefer to monitor it using your existing CCTV …Supports ONVIF too if you prefer to monitor it using your existing CCTV setup


cool
Backslider05/11/2019 09:27

I use Contacam software (free from HERE ) on a windows computer to monitor …I use Contacam software (free from HERE ) on a windows computer to monitor all my cameras. It has its own motion detection and video filing and storage functions, and you can access it over your network with a browser.


Sorry on the back of this. Is it possible to have it record to google drive say for 2 days worth using your own computer as a server or go between? Keen not to constantly keep racking up subscriptions but prefer in the cloud.
Backslider05/11/2019 09:27

I use Contacam software (free from HERE ) on a windows computer to monitor …I use Contacam software (free from HERE ) on a windows computer to monitor all my cameras. It has its own motion detection and video filing and storage functions, and you can access it over your network with a browser.


Alllfff05/11/2019 09:30

supports Protocols: TCP/IP, DHCP, ARP, ICMP ,DNS, NTP, HTTP, HTTPS, UDP, …supports Protocols: TCP/IP, DHCP, ARP, ICMP ,DNS, NTP, HTTP, HTTPS, UDP, ONVIF, RTSPso you should be covered


Sounds good you two, thanx.
Alllfff05/11/2019 09:30

supports Protocols: TCP/IP, DHCP, ARP, ICMP ,DNS, NTP, HTTP, HTTPS, UDP, …supports Protocols: TCP/IP, DHCP, ARP, ICMP ,DNS, NTP, HTTP, HTTPS, UDP, ONVIF, RTSPso you should be covered


I had no joy setting mine up in Blue Iris, despite creating a local account on the camera, as recommended. B.I. found an ONVIF device, but reported no stream found. Has anyone been able to access from B.I. or via a web interface?
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