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Posted 13 November 2022

TP-Link Tapo Pan/Tilt Smart Security Camera, Indoor CCTV, 360° Rotational Views (TC70) - £24.59 @ Amazon

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No Hub Required - Works with any Wi-Fi router without the need for a separate hub.Night Vision: 850 nm IR LED up to 30 ft
1080P HD with Night Vision - 1080P full HD for always on live stream and night vision up to 30ft
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)
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
Note-The power connection is wired, and wifi connection is wireless. For power, You need a power adapter (included in the package) to plug into the socket to get power supply. For internet connection, what you need to do is to connect this camera with your home wifi according to the steps on APP
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    Waiting for Black Friday there are normally good deals on these.
    Last one I bought was £20.40
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    Just an FYI, these pan and tilt cameras are quite large when compared to things like the Blink mini.
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    Only £1.40 cheaper than September when I bought two.decent cameras but always around this price.
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    Always this price. I currently got one. It’s okay at best, has a few issues with detection making it quite unreliable but otherwise fine.
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    Silly question - do these run off a AC/plug or some kind of cable? Or is it a battery? Just trying to work that out.... Thanks all
    9v 0.6a mains power supply, same as lots of other tplink equipment.
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    Does anyone know the diff between this and the equivalent Kasa? I have a couple of the Kasa ones, so prefer not to have to use Tapo app now too, unless its worth moving over?
    Tp-Link purchased a company called Mercusys, the Tapo brand is part of that purchase.

    Tapo now have energy monitoring plugs, wirefree cameras and I hear there's a robot vacuum due soon.

    Kasa and Tapo are meant to be the same brand soon, but there's still no news from Tp-Link of when it will happen.
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    I use these as cheap baby monitors, they suffer a slight delay but otherwise for the price are excellent.

    Just noticed this is the c70 model, you'll see the c210 which has an improved camera for around £25 often, I'd hold out for that version. (edited)