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YI 1080p Home Camera Indoor IP Security Surveillance System with Night Vision for Home/Office/Baby/Nanny/ @ Aliexpress yi Official Store
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YI 1080p Home Camera Indoor IP Security Surveillance System with Night Vision for Home/Office/Baby/Nanny/ @ Aliexpress yi Official Store

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Posted 27th JanShipping from Spain

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Seller is yi Official Store
Dispatched from Spain for quick delivery.
Can be had for £13.98 if dispatched from China


Device performance

1080p High Definition
112° Wide Angle Lens
LDC Distortion Correction
Night Vision IR
Two-way Audio
Motion Detection
Baby Crying Detection
View Livefeed from PC
YI Cloud Service

Shot

Night Vision: 8x940nm Enhanced IR Lights
Night Vision Range: Up to 9m
Diagonal (112°)

Work environment

Operating Humidity: <80%
Operating Temperature: 0℃ ~ 50℃
Connection: Wi-Fi: 2.4GHz
Wi-Fi Protocol: 802.11bgn
Wireless Encryption: WEP/WPA/WPA2 Encryption
Power: DC5V-1A (Via MicroUSB)
Compatible Devices: iOS7.0 or Android 4.0 and above
Minimum bandwidth (upstream) requirement: 1Mbp

Packing list:

YI 1080p Home Camera/ AC Adapter/ USB Cable/ User Manual (with Warranty Card)
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Custom firmware available to enable rtsp and block it sending video to China. Mine is running nicely with motion eye in Home Assistant. Details here and firmware here. Disclaimer - check you are flashing the correct firmware as this camera used a different chipset when first released. I got mine a month ago and the link is the correct firmware for mine.
Edited by: "dwl99" 28th Jan
PhilthyPhil27/01/2020 20:40

How easy is it to set up a system with these?Mother in law had a bad fall …How easy is it to set up a system with these?Mother in law had a bad fall in the house recently and lay for some hours before she was found....what, apart from the camera do I need?Grateful for all advice


You will need a WiFi connection, a socket to plug it in and a smartphone to view the camera on the yi app.

No need for an SD card if you only want it for live view
I quite like the idea of some Chinese fella, sitting eating his lunch looking at my driveway to be honest.
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Nice price! 🔥
I have 2 of these,a great buy,very happy
How easy is it to set up a system with these?
Mother in law had a bad fall in the house recently and lay for some hours before she was found....what, apart from the camera do I need?
Grateful for all advice
PhilthyPhil27/01/2020 20:40

How easy is it to set up a system with these?Mother in law had a bad fall …How easy is it to set up a system with these?Mother in law had a bad fall in the house recently and lay for some hours before she was found....what, apart from the camera do I need?Grateful for all advice


You will need a WiFi connection, a socket to plug it in and a smartphone to view the camera on the yi app.

No need for an SD card if you only want it for live view
Aftab0027/01/2020 20:45

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You have to live an ancient life then as everything comes from China, Get ready to wear leaves on your body
Edited by: "sali6454" 27th Jan
Is this Alexa Compatible?
sali645427/01/2020 20:56

Is this Alexa Compatible?


no, they are just standard wifi cameras
are these compatible with the same sold on amazon? as in is there euro/china differences for using the app?
watson4427/01/2020 20:56

no, they are just standard wifi cameras


They are compatible with Alexa, if you have one with a screen. I can view all my cameras on my Show 5 by asking Alexa.
Rusty8227/01/2020 21:06

They are compatible with Alexa, if you have one with a screen. I can view …They are compatible with Alexa, if you have one with a screen. I can view all my cameras on my Show 5 by asking Alexa.


I cannot get Alexa to find any of mine. I have a few home cameras and one outdoor camera. Do they have to be a certain version? Any tips?
deyoung5027/01/2020 21:15

I cannot get Alexa to find any of mine. I have a few home cameras and one …I cannot get Alexa to find any of mine. I have a few home cameras and one outdoor camera. Do they have to be a certain version? Any tips?


Have enabled the yi home skill?
aerodeck27/01/2020 21:17

Have enabled the yi home skill?


All enabled. It then searches for my cameras and finds none at all.
deyoung5027/01/2020 21:15

I cannot get Alexa to find any of mine. I have a few home cameras and one …I cannot get Alexa to find any of mine. I have a few home cameras and one outdoor camera. Do they have to be a certain version? Any tips?


Hmmm, not sure. I know when I first set it up it didn't work but for some reason now it works great. I have a few of these ones. A few of the ones that you can rotate and 2 outdoors and they all work so don't think it matters what type they are. Maybe just persevere, delete the skill and re do it maybe. Hope you get it sorted.
Which version are thse? There are 3
Rusty8227/01/2020 21:06

They are compatible with Alexa, if you have one with a screen. I can view …They are compatible with Alexa, if you have one with a screen. I can view all my cameras on my Show 5 by asking Alexa.


But if your looking at a screen, alexa has no benefits other than turning the camera on and off. its simpler and more convenient with a portable mobile device. Echo's with screens don't really appear to have many uses other than using with a Ring doorbell

youtube.com/wat…snU
Is there a free storage on these or is it paid cloud subscription? Great price.
NorwoodDeals27/01/2020 21:29

Is there a free storage on these or is it paid cloud subscription? Great …Is there a free storage on these or is it paid cloud subscription? Great price.


Paid for cloud or SD card
COYS6127/01/2020 21:26

Which version are thse? There are 3


I believe yi 1080p is classed as the original..
watson4427/01/2020 21:27

But if your looking at a screen, alexa has no benefits other than turning …But if your looking at a screen, alexa has no benefits other than turning the camera on and off. its simpler and more convenient with a portable mobile device. Echo's with screens don't really appear to have many uses other than using with a Ring doorbellhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VKjpIexAsnU


I was only commenting that they are compatible so the person who asked the question know that.

I use the phone app maybe 50% of the time. I use the Windows interface 45% of the time and maybe 5% on alexa, but probably not even that.

I can be in the kitchen making lunch or dinner and have the front door cam on for example, if I'm waiting for a parcel. Or in bed if there's some noise out side I can get it on alexa much quicker than on my phone.

Plenty of uses with Alexa.
£14.76 + £2.45 = £17.21?
catalonia27/01/2020 20:37

I have 2 of these,a great buy,very happy


No you don’t. Next you’ll be saying you installed them yourself
This one comes with eu plug?
1mixx27/01/2020 22:55

No you don’t. Next you’ll be saying you installed them yourself


Lol
Custom firmware available to enable rtsp and block it sending video to China. Mine is running nicely with motion eye in Home Assistant. Details here and firmware here. Disclaimer - check you are flashing the correct firmware as this camera used a different chipset when first released. I got mine a month ago and the link is the correct firmware for mine.
Edited by: "dwl99" 28th Jan
Not keen on the Chinese watching all your live video footage via their servers...

Kindest regards
Can I use this for Skype as webcam?
What type of plug does it come with?
firstofficer28/01/2020 06:26

Not keen on the Chinese watching all your live video footage via their …Not keen on the Chinese watching all your live video footage via their servers...Kindest regards


I block all mine from having any external access and use the rtsp stream to access the camera, via VPN if out of the house. If you use any of these type of 'cloud' cameras without doing this you are basically giving up your footage to some random Chinese dudes.
wooden.top28/01/2020 07:12

I block all mine from having any external access and use the rtsp stream …I block all mine from having any external access and use the rtsp stream to access the camera, via VPN if out of the house. If you use any of these type of 'cloud' cameras without doing this you are basically giving up your footage to some random Chinese dudes.


Any link on how to do it please?
dwl9928/01/2020 06:26

Custom firmware available to enable rtsp and block it sending video to …Custom firmware available to enable rtsp and block it sending video to China. Mine is running nicely with motion eye in Home Assistant. Details here and firmware here. Disclaimer - check you are flashing the correct firmware as this camera used a different chipset when first released. I got mine a month ago and the link is the correct firmware for mine.


How do you know that you're not installing some software that will open another backdoor to another hacker, this time in Russia, or Korea or the lord forbid, the USA?

Sorry, not trolling, I'm just trying to make an informed decision, thank you!
Edited by: "HotUKDealSeeker" 28th Jan
I would recommend the Mijia Xiaomi cameras they are supported by google assistant and I think Alexa too for approx same price on Ali express.
dwl9928/01/2020 08:07

https://www.hotukdeals.com/comments/permalink/39779373


Thank you.
HotUKDealSeeker28/01/2020 08:18

How do you know that you're not installing some software that will open …How do you know that you're not installing some software that will open another backdoor to another hacker, this time in Russia, or Korea or the lord forbid, the USA?Sorry, not trolling, I'm just trying to make an informed decision, thank you!


Because it's open-source and posted on git-hub
HotUKDealSeeker28/01/2020 08:18

How do you know that you're not installing some software that will open …How do you know that you're not installing some software that will open another backdoor to another hacker, this time in Russia, or Korea or the lord forbid, the USA?Sorry, not trolling, I'm just trying to make an informed decision, thank you!


There is no back door when all of the doors are closed. You prevent the camera from access to the outside world so it's only on your local network. You then access your local network via a VPN either on your router or if your router is a rubbish ISP provided one, grab a cheapo raspberry pi, attach it to your router via a ethernet cable and install piVPN. Takes 10 mins.

You then just add your cameras to your favourite IP camera app with their local IP address.
Are these Chinese or international version?
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