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Posted 26 June 2023

TP-Link Tapo 2K QHD Wireless Outdoor Security Camera, 2-Cam with Hub included - £129.99 @ Amazon

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  • 2K QHD-Now with 1.7 times more pixels than 1080p, providing clearer videos and photos, Full-Colour Night Vision-Reveal high-fidelity details and colour at night with the starlight sensor
  • 180-Day Battery Life*-The rechargeable and removable battery with a low-power protocol extends your usage. Note the video will be recorded only when the motion is detected
  • Smart AI Detection and Notification-Smart AI identifies people, pets and cars, notifying users as needed. Triggers sound and light as an alarm when motion is detected
  • Wire-Free Placement-No wires mean you can place the cameras almost anywhere inside or outside-whatever works for you Enables communication through a built-in microphone and speaker
  • IP65 Waterand Dust Resistant-Offers excellent waterproof and dustproof performance for outdoor scenarios
  • Tapo Care - Explore the Cloud video storage and more advanced functions with a 30-day Free Trial. You will be notified before your free trial expires with information on how to pay for a subscription
  • Tapo C420 Cameras (Battery Included), Tapo H200 Hub, USB Adapter and DC Power Adapter
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  1. davew2011's avatar
    Anyone know if there’s a solar panel option for these? (edited)
    richpriest's avatar
    I got some panels from AliExpress for mine and work well. The same panels are on eBay but about twice the price.

    TPLink haven't released their own panels yet, although they have shown they are in the pipeline.
  2. richpriest's avatar
    Also the same price on BT shop if you wanted to make use of PayPal (pay in 3, PayPal credit, etc too).

    I've found ours to be really good.

    I've bought two sets as I needed 3 cameras but the separate one is about £80-90 on its own. It means I had a spare and a spare hub for about half the price again.

    The furthest is around 50ft away and has a few walls in the way of the signal, so live feed drops to 720p, but recording still works in 2k.

    As mentioned in another comment, I have solar panels keeping mine topped up and not had any issues yet. Until I got the panels, the two cameras I had at the time lasted either the expected 180 days in the low traffic area (around 10-15 alerts a day) and around 2 months in the high traffic area (around 30 alerts a day).

    I had an issue after a firmware update on the hub where the app couldn't view videos, this was resolved through their tech support who were pretty decent.

    The videos on the SD card are standard MP4s, so easily viewable and copyable to a PC/Mac/tablet/phone but you do need to unplug the hub and remove the card to do so. (edited)
    Doomsayer's avatar
    Could you share the link of the panels you got please?
    Easy enough to connect to the cameras & keeping the cameras waterproof with the USB for the panels connected?
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  4. Sunshine7x's avatar
    Anyone used these and Blink cameras to offer insight as to how they compare?
  5. isitnexttohim's avatar
    These are really good replaced my old nest cameras - great price.
    gordo1964's avatar
    Do they connect to the Echo Show displays?
  6. azl's avatar
    Main cons I read about this is the delay in recording like someone walking past and it only starts recording halfway. Anyone tested this indoor without subscription to see if it's just user's poor WiFi connection?
  7. Gerry557's avatar
    I'm sending mine back. Whilst it's easy to set up and the picture quality is good there are some things that really hinder it.

    First the camera won't power up with just the battery. You need to plug in the mains charger to get the camera to power up first. It's almost like the threshold is slightly out. Once on it works on battery but how to you reconnect if high on a wall.

    The next is no way to change to a unique notification sound. So you won't know if you have someone in the garden or just another email/Facebook message I wanted a louder and longer warning for the camera.

    The hub is a nice idea except its not great in a large house. You can move it closer to the camera at the front but then the rear gives a poor quality warning. It might be OK with smaller properties.

    This could have been so good but a couple of simple issues make it a chocolate fireguard.
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