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YI Outdoor IP Camera Wireless 1080P HD Home Security Camera Weatherproof £48.99 Sold by Seeverything UK and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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YI Outdoor IP Camera Wireless 1080P HD Home Security Camera Weatherproof £48.99 Sold by Seeverything UK and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Posted 2nd Dec 2019

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  • 【1080P FULL HD】High resolution images in 1080p resolution at 20 frames per
    second, combined with a 110° lens and universal ball mount delivers clarity in every direction.



  • 【TWO-WAY TALK】An integrated mic and high-power speaker allows you to communicate with welcomed guests, and deterrent alarm can get rid of unwanted guests.

  • 【WEATHERPROOF】IP65 rating makes it ideal for outside use and will keep recording rain or shine.

  • 【NIGHT VISION】Excellent night vision provides a night time viewing distance of up to 50 feet.

  • 【WIFI CONNECTION & CLOUD SERVICE】Quick Wi-Fi setup via iOS or Android
    device with YI Home App, stream video directly to your mobile phone, you can share the live feed with up to 5 different people. With up to 5 devices on one subscription all your footage is safe from theft and damage. Get one month free trial when you subscribe to YI Cloud.
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Why is the price in red £48.99 but text body is £41.99? I think it’s been this price all this week - it’s a bargain anyway.
plewis0002/12/2019 13:05

Why is the price in red £48.99 but text body is £41.99? I think it’s been t …Why is the price in red £48.99 but text body is £41.99? I think it’s been this price all this week - it’s a bargain anyway.



fixed now.
These now have an update (all cams) and now work with Alexa if that helps anyone
DangerousDave102/12/2019 14:01

These now have an update (all cams) and now work with Alexa if that helps …These now have an update (all cams) and now work with Alexa if that helps anyone


What functionality do you get with them being linked to Alexa?
According to the APP it will stream to an Echo show, don't know if it will send the picture to my Firestick Tv, i'll try when I get home
DangerousDave102/12/2019 14:14

According to the APP it will stream to an Echo show, don't know if it will …According to the APP it will stream to an Echo show, don't know if it will send the picture to my Firestick Tv, i'll try when I get home

Thanks I appreciate that, wasn't aware it linked to alexa, but then I don't have an echo device, only the dots.
Any idea how I could safely and reliably extend the cord so that I can place it 10/20m away from the plug socket? Would a simple long USB cable work or would I need to have a higher power adaptor? Thanks
This is not a deal. The 1080p bullet camera has been as low as £23, so it’s cold from me for the price, but a big thumbs up for the camera itself.

Got 5 Yi cameras around the house (inside and out) and they perform great, no issues, and the app make them pretty simple to operate and check on
Bought one, sent it back and changed my router password.

Firstly, the app is terrible.

Secondly these cannot be used on home wifi only.

Thirdly, the setup process requires an internet connection and your GPS to be on, this means that when you give the app the wifi password to your router it is sent to the chinese servers then sent back over the net to the camera.

This random chinese server will have the password to your router, because the GPS is required to be on during the setup of the camera, not only does this chinese server have your wifi password, it also knows exactly where your router is.

Fouthly, the 'High powered speaker' is S***.

Feel free to post pictures of tinfoil hats.
Edited by: "dijital" 2nd Dec 2019
rich_198602/12/2019 15:43

This is not a deal. The 1080p bullet camera has been as low as £23, so …This is not a deal. The 1080p bullet camera has been as low as £23, so it’s cold from me for the price, but a big thumbs up for the camera itself.Got 5 Yi cameras around the house (inside and out) and they perform great, no issues, and the app make them pretty simple to operate and check on


camel shows the lowest being £40, quite recently. If you missed out on that, then £48 is a decent price.
Voted hot.
Are these made in Gateshead or China?
jagr03/12/2019 10:52

camel shows the lowest being £40, quite recently. If you missed out on …camel shows the lowest being £40, quite recently. If you missed out on that, then £48 is a decent price.Voted hot.


I got them for £36.99 recently on a price glitch. Pretty certain they've never been as low as £23!
£26.99 they have been at.
Set mine up and turns out the IR leds do nothing so it’s going back.

in a pitch black room with no light source the camera didn’t pick up anything.
Also couldn’t detect any IR leds via my phone camera
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