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Yi Dome X - AI - 360 degrees motion tracking. Lightning deal. £43.99 Sold by Seeeverything UK and fulfilled by Amazon
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Yi Dome X - AI - 360 degrees motion tracking. Lightning deal. £43.99 Sold by Seeeverything UK and fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 10th Nov

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Seems like a good deal. Original price 54.99. Owners their 1080p dome cameras before and they've come a long way. More servers now in europe so theres a quicker response time.
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No 5g wifi , does not work with Alexa or Google for this expensive price.
sam_of_london10/11/2019 11:58

No 5g wifi , does not work with Alexa or Google for this expensive price.


When connecting their other cameras I have to switch of my 5GHz WiFi for the camera to detect the 2.4GHz signal. Complete ball ache. Also the video produced is overly and artificially sharpened in an attempt to make it look like it is better than it really is. Tonnes of noise and a total lack of definition in grass, hedges, sky etc.
Anyone know how many days of footage it will save on a 128GB SD card? As the manufacturer doesn't list it.

help.yitechnology.com/hc/…ve-
We have the previous version and they are ok but wouldn't buy again as unless you want to spend a fortune for 24/7 record to cloud they are more a deterrent than anything you could rely on after the event. I dont think the tech on the new model is wildly better and they still require a monthly payment if you want anything more than a 10 second snippet. The record to sd card function is only useful if the camera is not noticed by whoever is breaking into your house.

The biggest win with them is low price and the rotating ones do move and I notice that a lot of door knockers and callers clearly notice the movement and spot they have been picked up by the camera.
Arstar10/11/2019 12:12

Anyone know how many days of footage it will save on a 128GB SD card? As …Anyone know how many days of footage it will save on a 128GB SD card? As the manufacturer doesn't list it.https://help.yitechnology.com/hc/en-us/articles/360036077934-How-much-video-can-the-camera-record-and-save-


I've just checked on my Yi Dome 1080p cam, which records 24/7. The earliest time I can see is 29/10 at 4pm. So you're looking at 12 days of solid video recording. So 280 hours.
drnkbeer10/11/2019 12:27

I've just checked on my Yi Dome 1080p cam, which records 24/7. The …I've just checked on my Yi Dome 1080p cam, which records 24/7. The earliest time I can see is 29/10 at 4pm. So you're looking at 12 days of solid video recording. So 280 hours.


What size of card is supported by these? I just recently bought the 720 dome and was wondering. I know some other devices such as dash cams can't handle bigger micro sd cards for some reason
OFAH10/11/2019 13:22

What size of card is supported by these? I just recently bought the 720 …What size of card is supported by these? I just recently bought the 720 dome and was wondering. I know some other devices such as dash cams can't handle bigger micro sd cards for some reason


I've got a 128gb card in mine, more than ample for my purposes. I can't imagine many devices now that don't support SDXC. I've got one 200gb card I could test, but it's currently in my phone
drnkbeer10/11/2019 13:38

I've got a 128gb card in mine, more than ample for my purposes. I can't …I've got a 128gb card in mine, more than ample for my purposes. I can't imagine many devices now that don't support SDXC. I've got one 200gb card I could test, but it's currently in my phone


That's good to know - thanks. I suppose my nextbase dashcam is 3 or 4 yrs old and technology moves on but it only works with a microsd up to something like 32 or 64gb
friar_chris10/11/2019 12:07

When connecting their other cameras I have to switch of my 5GHz WiFi for …When connecting their other cameras I have to switch of my 5GHz WiFi for the camera to detect the 2.4GHz signal. Complete ball ache. Also the video produced is overly and artificially sharpened in an attempt to make it look like it is better than it really is. Tonnes of noise and a total lack of definition in grass, hedges, sky etc.


I think my Yi cameras are great, not had any issues with them. Quality is fine as we use them for monitoring the animals and have them on a 12v battery system. I got around the 5ghz by using the cameras on WiFi power line adapters with no issues.
Don’t have this exact camera, considering it’s a fraction of the price of arlo systems etc they are great.
TheOldStagGamer10/11/2019 16:22

I think my Yi cameras are great, not had any issues with them. Quality is …I think my Yi cameras are great, not had any issues with them. Quality is fine as we use them for monitoring the animals and have them on a 12v battery system. I got around the 5ghz by using the cameras on WiFi power line adapters with no issues.Don’t have this exact camera, considering it’s a fraction of the price of arlo systems etc they are great.


Nice idea to use the powerlines!
friar_chris10/11/2019 16:25

Nice idea to use the powerlines!


Not sure if this has an RJ45 socket, I would like to know so you can use it via a powerline adapter.
hecs1234510/11/2019 16:45

Not sure if this has an RJ45 socket, I would like to know so you can use …Not sure if this has an RJ45 socket, I would like to know so you can use it via a powerline adapter.


Amazon photo 4 shows it needs to be set up with the phone app using WiFi. I assume TheOldStagGamer has a 2.4GHz powerline. There is a picture of the back (video) and there appears to be no ethernet cable.
Edited by: "friar_chris" 10th Nov
Yi cameras are grat for the price
Bit worried by some Amazon.com reviews - some users have allegedly found their cameras pointing to different places than they set them to, or heard random voices coming out the intercom, which raises the question of how secure these devices are?
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