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TP-Link Security Camera, Indoor CCTV, No Hub Required, Works with Alexa, Google Home/Chromecast and IFTTT - £29.99 @ Amazon
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TP-Link Security Camera, Indoor CCTV, No Hub Required, Works with Alexa, Google Home/Chromecast and IFTTT - £29.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 5th Oct

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  • 1080p HD
  • Works with Echo Show/Spot and Google Chromecast/Google Home Hub
  • Compatible with IFTTT and Nest
  • No hub required
  • Night vision up to 30 ft
  • 2-way audio

Keep an eye on your things with the highly affordable Kasa Spot indoor security camera. Place the camera almost anywhere to help keep your home safe and give yourself a little peace of mind—all while seeing every detail on your phone.
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They do cloud subscription?
sparklehedgehog05/10/2019 08:44

They do cloud subscription?


I just searched reviews and one says:

"You won't find an SD card slot (no real loss there, just extra cost), but you will get 24 hours of secure cloud storage. You can pay and upgrade to a subscription to store a month's data if you really need it (one month subscription is included with this cam as a trial, and will revert at end), but this is enough storage for where I'm using this cam."
Bought one of these when they were posted last week. Nice little camera. Night vision works well. Only downside is if you power the camera off in the app, the camera makes a very loud click when turned on and the internal speaker makes a noise. Night vision covers the whole room.
I'd be importing a Wyze Cam from the US at this price point - excellent app, human detection, SD card storage etc..
ukflyboy05/10/2019 10:22

I'd be importing a Wyze Cam from the US at this price point - excellent …I'd be importing a Wyze Cam from the US at this price point - excellent app, human detection, SD card storage etc..


Or just buy a Yi 1080p camera for around £30.
ukflyboy05/10/2019 10:22

I'd be importing a Wyze Cam from the US at this price point - excellent …I'd be importing a Wyze Cam from the US at this price point - excellent app, human detection, SD card storage etc..


What is special about the Wyze cam compared to let’s say the Yi cam ?
ukflyboy05/10/2019 10:22

I'd be importing a Wyze Cam from the US at this price point - excellent …I'd be importing a Wyze Cam from the US at this price point - excellent app, human detection, SD card storage etc..



From Amazon US?
Well look at clever dog camera I have 2 they have SD card storage and 2 way communication night vision

rover.ebay.com/rov…619
Edited by: "thomas_crawfordSVX" 5th Oct
KingTut6805/10/2019 10:37

What is special about the Wyze cam compared to let’s say the Yi cam ?


As suggested, wyze cam has inbuilt person detection (so no or certainly significantly reduced false alarms from pets, flies, cars, etc), it has inbuilt SD Card storage as well as better cloud storage for free.

If you read the security Baron comparison linked below, he suggests the wyze cam is better in just about every way. Wyze labs also seem to be investing a decent amount in developing their product and app and have produced quite cheap movement sensors and PIR sensors, though not available on amazon.com yet. All this for about the same price as this Kasa.

google.com/amp…mp/
Edited by: "ukflyboy" 5th Oct
Ukflyboy Thanks for the reply, can you please post the link to the Baron comparison
GrumpyOldGamer05/10/2019 10:36

Or just buy a Yi 1080p camera for around £30.


+1

Mine cost £25. Movement detection, tilt, pan, zoom sd card, excellent night vision and 2 way intercom.
ukflyboy05/10/2019 10:52

As suggested, wyze cam has inbuilt person detection (so no or certainly …As suggested, wyze cam has inbuilt person detection (so no or certainly significantly reduced false alarms from pets, flies, cars, etc), it has inbuilt SD Card storage as well as better cloud storage for free.If you read the security Baron comparison linked below, he suggests the wyze cam is better in just about every way. Wyze labs also seem to be investing a decent amount in developing their product and app and have produced quite cheap movement sensors and PIR sensors, though not available on amazon.com yet. All this for about the same price as this Kasa.https://www.google.com/amp/s/securitybaron.com/camera-reviews/kasa-spot-indoor-review/amp/


I am thinking about buying into the wyze cam system. They are working on an outdoor camera and video doorbell too at the moment.

I did buy this Kasa spot camera a couple of weeks ago and it has been so much better than the yi it replaced. At least the notifications work on the Kasa. Also being able to view it on Chromecast or home hub is handy too which I couldn't do with the Yi.
Edited by: "stuartc" 5th Oct
KingTut6805/10/2019 10:54

Ukflyboy Thanks for the reply, can you please post the link to the Baron …Ukflyboy Thanks for the reply, can you please post the link to the Baron comparison


Update my post.
Do you good people know if any of the cameras mentioned have a built in web server so one can set up and access the cameras without using a dedicated app? I use port forwarding and DDNS to access cameras.

Thanks
do these cameras (or the wyze which sounds interesting) use chinese servers like the YI please?
Edited by: "grapes" 5th Oct
grapes05/10/2019 18:01

do these cameras (or the wyze which sounds interesting) use chinese …do these cameras (or the wyze which sounds interesting) use chinese servers like the YI please?


I believe Wyse contracts a company to provide their servers and at one point, some of them were in China. After some people complained they moved to correct this. Sorry I cant remember any more detail, but you should be able to Google it.
kharma4505/10/2019 10:37

From Amazon US?


I thought the Wyze cams didn't work with the app outside the US?
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