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High Endurance Micro SD Card (Dashcam and IP Camera) £13.99 @ PicStop 28% cheaper than Amazon
Found 22nd JunFound 22nd Jun
With all the posts for Dashcams and YI Home Security Cameras which need micro SD cards, this seems a good deal for a 32GB card specifically designed for continuous recording. Cl… Read more

if you got a regular 128GB one it would see 4x less wear


32GB only provides for 3hrs recording in my dashcam so if you plan on a longer journey before you could get somewhere to download anything vital, you might want a bigger card?


Great deal.. but OOS now


Good to see them back in stock at last and still at the same price.


Great card. Definitely needed for dash cams. Highly recommended. Heat

Reolink Argus 100% Wire-Free 1080p HD Outdoor Wireless Battery-Powered Security IP Camera - £64.29 @ Deal Extreme
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
I bought some of these when they were on the crowd funding site around a year or so ago and they are good. this is the lowest price i have seen these at. Details: 100% Wire Free … Read more

Are there any delays once movement is detected? I almost purchased the netgear Arlo but apparently there is a short delay switching on when movement is detected, missing crucial images.


Well if you use them outside for security it should be a problem, security shops sell anti-spider sprays which work a bit, but I think the infra red light from the cameras actually attracts flying insects! Complete security systems apparently work by detecting movement on more than one camera. If you don't want everyone and his dog looking through your camera then I think you at least have to change username and password from the default. But I think even then some cameras allegedly remain open.


Yeah i have to say i had many ip cameras including the ones that you can remotely move but due to my lack of skills with this kind of thing i could never get them to work without having them plugged in to the router and always had trouble accessing them from elsewhere in the country or abroad but like i said thats down to my lack of "How to" skills when setting these kind of things up so was very happy when this easy to set up type of camera came out which i could just scan onto my smartphone to work. Never had any issue with security on these cameras but i guess its possible with anything with a camera to be hacked. as you said i think half the battle is getting a descent app to match you camera setup. Well our cameras are all indoors at the moment so can't give you any feedback on spiders and rain but i would guess they would do what yours did....i might have to test that one out lol.


Maybe ok for you (and others) but personally I like to be able to connect directly to the cameras ip address via a browser, That way I can use teamviiewer remotely to access the camera. I have another one of the more 'advanced' type which uses an app. This I can move remotely. I've found a proper application to access that which I can use on a pc. I don't trust the ap to access it remotely. And I don't want to pay money to some 'cloud' website :) Regarding security: that basically sucks. spiders, rain, insects all set them off, despite setting only a small active area. When I first set one up with emails, I was getting 400 a night! How is this one?


i bought a cheap charger and a set of 12 ( i think ) batteries when on offer on Amazon so didn't pay that much for them. i have one set in the camera and one set on charge. i guess the price depends on what you need the camera to do. for me these were well worth the money i paid when they first came out as i didn't want to have to supply power via a cable to them and as a result i can place them anywhere i need them rather than have to keep running power cables everywhere. :-)

RAC 225S Super HD Dashcam with 8GB SD Card & free lifetime UK Safety Camera Data / GPS - £96.91 Delivered @ QVC
Found 7th MayFound 7th May
The RAC 225S is a compact, forward-facing, multi-functional dash cam with GPS, speed camera alerts, still photo capability and Ultra HD video recording that can be played back on t… Read more

Yi dash cam had it 3 months picture is clear and wifi. Check Amazon regularly discounted so £30 bargain.


I suppose you have to have a computer to update speed camera data?


Are they having a laugh? Yi dashcam for 30 to 35 quid has more features and higher resolution than this, without the GPS, which in my mind is not something I would want as it might only record you misbehaving anyway!


I bought this from Amazon a couple of weeks ago, no GPS or WiFi, but very good quality video night and day, good reviews, search YouTube for sample footage, I've paired it with a SanDisk Ultra 32GB micro SD card, for under a tenner from Amazon and it's working well so far.


This looks good but a tad more than I wanted to pay. Any recomendations for for a good dash am?

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Secufirst Wireless Smart Home Control Security System Kit with smart plug and IP camera £99.99 Delivered at Scan
Found 1st MayFound 1st May
Had a quick look and this seems to be the cheapest by a country mile for this kit. Perfect for small homes / flats or even student accommodation. Includes: Gateway Box Pro… Read more
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Just purchased one. Do not know about how good is it but impressed with delivery, only 24h, also looks well packed and decent quality. Comes with 2 door/window sensors, too bad is only one remote but can be controlled by phone anyway. Been looking for a smart alarm since a while ago, by far this has the most devices considering the price, hope the quality is ok. History shows was £94.50 in the past at Scan, however at the moment I found most between £150-180.


I'm looking for an alarm system and would appreciate educated opinions on this (I really want a system with 14 door/window sensors and an external alarm).

Clever Dog IP Camera: £21 each or two for £40 at MyMemory
Found 27th AprFound 27th Apr
I posted these before at two for £44, so this seems even better. I cannot say if they are great items or if there are better IP cameras out there. They get good reviews and mus… Read more

I have one of these and ia great for the price! Can see what your supposed to see clear enough!


Low image resolution, on this model (576p, which on the same as standard definition TV). The one labelled as 120 degree HD looks to be a better buy (1280 x 960 resolution).


I think this is the 1st Gen and then this is the 2nd Gen: https://www.mymemory.co.uk/clever-dog-120-degree-view-hd-wifi-smart-camera-blue.html?tfrid=b3085916-e9e0-40b1-a290-91ad7f194a5b which is 2 for £44 and a much better deal. Looking at the product on Amazon this is the difference: The functions upgraded: 1.120° Wide Angle Lens (80°before) 2. 1280*960 resolution(720*576 before). 3.Support dual-stream,support Micro Max 128GB SD storage(optional)(96GB more than before, Please use Kingston memory card at best ,) 4.Support cloud storage (don't support before)


Do you know which version of the product this is - cant figure it out off the MyMemory website

Xiaomi Aqara IP camera and smart hub £24.89 @ Aliexpress Mi Home Store
Found 24th AprFound 24th Apr
£24.47 on their website, but £24.37 in the app (£24.27 at Geekbuying). This is a well reviewed smart camera which includes activity sensor push notifications and free cloud storag… Read more



Don't forget band 20 mobiles... To be honest, I think the Yi is still a good option as it is dispatched from the UK so no wait and if any issues very quick and simple to replace. I admit the Aqara is pretty amazing but much of the app is in Chinese (or some of it anyway) and so are the voice prompts, you also need to connect to the China Mainland server so it has more lag and it's definitely not as intuitive as the Yi cameras - it will put off technophobes that's for sure. To be honest, they're all made and owned by Xiaomi anyway but the Xiaomi brand is meant to be China only. I use the Aqara for monitoring the office and have temp/humidity sensors scattered around the place. I have very little bad to say about either brand or setup.


Yeah this didn't work at all on the one I had.


How's the cloud storage been? Does it store much footage or?


Apparently just set your region as China and it works fine.

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YI Outdoor IP Camera, 1080P HD Wireless Security Bullet Home Camera Weatherproof Surveillance Camera System with Two-Way Audio, Night Vision, Motion Detection - White for £59.90 delivered @ Amazon France
Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
It has come to my attention that there is a lightning deal going on at Amazon France for this useful outdoor security camera. GBP total including delivery is £59.90. Full H… Read more
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Why do these need a housing if they are already ip65?


They're around £59 from geekbuying at the moment (Germany warehouse), my first 2 came from there within about 4 days.


Shame, missed it...


Posted over 8 hours ago, it was a lightning deal.


Can'f find it. Do you have a link?

Xiaomi Mijia Aqara Smart 1080P IP Camera Linkage Alarm 180 Degree Zigbee Night Vision Home Security Camera -White - £24.17 @ Geekbuying
Found 8th AprFound 8th Apr
Linkages Alarm Aqara smart camera works with other Xiaomi smart home sansors(like human body PIR sensor,door/window sensor, etc).Making an accurate home security network. Night V… Read more
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They're pretty bad, I ordered a few things and my order sat at processing for 2 weeks. They did eventually let me cancel on live chat, but emailing them yielded no response or a 2-3 word reply in Chinese. Wouldn't buy from them ever based on that crappy service.


I have it working on the door sensor to take a 12 second video but I can't find a way to extend that period, in any case if the light wasn't on the video is useless anyway


It's passable in daylight but when the light is low very poor


As il be buying just for the aspect (and not gateway) what do you think of the quality of the picture ?


I've got the gateway (not the camera one) and it works fine - got 25 devices connected to it. Great bit of kit.

YI Home Camera 720p Wireless Cloud IP Camera w/ Night Vision £19.99 using promo @ Amazon / Yi
Refreshed 24th AprRefreshed 24th Apr
It's back 24/04 but for how long? Anyones guess! Awesome camera for the price, just nabbed another (picked one up at the end of feb on here) Works really well, clear picture and … Read more
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https://www.amazon.co.uk/Outdoor-Case-Flexible-Mount-Dropcam/dp/B018RRVA2E/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1527099118&sr=1-1-fkmr0&keywords=nest+cam+enclosure is the enclosure some have used for mounting externally?


Sorry, just found your message. No, I get no alerts whatsoever now. I wish I'd sent it back




Theres a YI pc app so you can view and download the footage just like on your phone .


Hi when you say you can save it,do you mean to a PC and how would you go about doing that?

YI Outdoor Camera 1080P WiFi IP Camera IP65 Waterproof/ Night Vision/ Motion Detection £58.64 @ Geekbuying
Found 4th AprFound 4th Apr
Ships from Germany. YI Outdoor Camera 1080P WiFi IP Camera IP65 Waterproof/ Night Vision/ Motion Detection

It's not really that which is a worry - some of them are really insecure; there are dozens of sites full of webcams inside people's homes because they either had the default password or the webUI uses no protection whatsoever. There's some where you ping the default port of 10080*, then when you get a response you use an onvif protocol to get the video feed, sometimes with no username/password. That lets you access the camera, video and lets you work the model out. From there you *may* be able to get in to telnet to the device and circumvent the whole network. In Worst Case Scenarios, obviously. 99.999% of the time it doesn't go that badly, but there are legit privacy / security concerns when your home network is basically routing through a massively insecure third party server in another continent. It's not massively different from cheap wifi plugs and lights, though. *edit, I might mean port 554 or 10554 - not that it matters :D


Yes I believe you can. But haven’t done personally


I don't see why some people have a problem with these or where they are placed. We have a similar one set up outside our house which is empty 6 months of the year. I don't really care if the Chinese can see my patio doors or that someone can go up to the camera and rip it off the wall easily, we would still get an alert to it taking place. When our house was broken into I got an instant alert and was able to call the police and a neighbour who helped secure the house afterwards. While the footage wasn't great at least we knew straightaway something had happened at our home as was able to act instead of a neighbour calling me up days later or when we next visit and find our patio door done in and 50 local cats living in my kitchen.


Not really. Well unless they have a set of ladders and a tiny screwdriver


Surely as it's a IP camera, you could have it streaming to any third party software you like, e.g. iSpyConnnect, for monitoring / recording / triggering. And use whatever cloud backup you like?

Reolink RLC 410/420 POE 4MP IP Camera £33.81 @ Reolink via AliExpress
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
Absolute steal for these 4MP IP cameras. POE, ONVIF and RTSP support. All their models have some decent discounts except the NVR which hasn't been discounted. I've ordered 2 of… Read more
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the 410 is £38.50 now. Do you think it's worth that? I'm starting my CCTV from scratch and like the look of an NVR for rock solid framerates on live review of the footage, have you experienced an NVR versus a software based "virtual NVR" like BlueIris etc? In lieu of a decision on the NVR, I'm tempted to get one of these anyway. Bang for buck they seem up there with the best value


NVR is the device that does all the cctv recording, once connected to the cameras you can set it up with a hard drive a to record/ view or playback footage and connect to the internet so you can view on mobiles etc. The other option is to record straight from the cameras to NAS hard drive, which is not so straight forward.


What is NVR? that means we have to buy that seperate for recording? is there any other for recording? Sorry i'm not that good with CCTVS


Yes, it's a good deal for sure but I was after the 410WS (SD card wifi version) which is not that much more to buy from the UK.


As these are from the official Reolink store on AliExpress, I'm happy with 2 for the price of 1!

Xiaomi dafang HD Smart IP Camera @ gearbest - £18.67
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
Flash sale Xiaomi dafang HD Smart IP Camera 6pcs 940nm infrared LEDs are added for security guarantees at night or in dark places.
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Expiring as price as now gone back up to £25.


it's £25?


2 of these + 1 goldfish in a bowl = hours of endless video fun! (y)


Should I leave tv open for them?:))


I have never paid customs fees on anything fun Gearbest. I always choose Netherlands post tracked. Gets to me every time with no extra to pay.

Foscam FI9928P 1080P HD PTZ with 60m Starvis Night Vision, FREE CLOUD £219.99 - Argos
Found 16th MarFound 16th Mar
1080P FULL HD VIDEO - Viewable from your computer or mobile devices from anywhere at anytime, providing crystal clear viewing of your home or business VIDEO STOR… Read more
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can get a 5mp reolink 423 for around £150, much better cameras


People still buy Foscam? What, are we still in the 1990s? FOSCAM have never evolved, they are leagues behind others in terms of price and picture quality


Good spot, thanks.


Yeah, like my Dacia is just as good as a Bentley. It’s a car isn’t it?


how are these compared to hikvision cameras (wired) i have the old HD cameras which are all connected up, i understand they now have the POE cameras which are even better, just wondered what these where like

Ezviz Husky Air 1080P WiFi Outdoor Bullet IP Camera (2.8mm) with Dual Antennas £89.99 Delivered @ Box
Found 8th MarFound 8th Mar
Spotted this and it seems to be the cheapest anywhere at the moment. Funky looking Outdoor bullet IP cam, 1080p with Dual WiFi antenna. Perfect for those situations where you cann… Read more
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While i wish i could get better batteries, i love my Arlo system and camera's.


Reolink's Game-Changer Reolink Go, a 100 Percent Wire-Free 4G Mobile HD Security Camera, Will Soon Hit Indiegogo Reolink Go100% Wire-Free 1080p 4G/3G Rechargeable Battery Powered Security Camera


Is this battery operated like the Canary flex camera


Yes, in fairness if that's what you need, this isn't suitable. I am fairly new to this IFTTT. I think my camera requirements are different to yours in that respect.


I have tried LOADS of different cameras and makes and have settled on Reolink - for the price they cannot be beaten and image quality is fantastic.

Clever Dog IP Camera: £23 each or two for £44 at MyMemory
Found 27th FebFound 27th Feb
I can only see a past deal posted on these at £25 (https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/clever-dog-960p-wifi-security-surveillance-camera-2499-7dayshop-2885188) so this is a bit cheape… Read more

Would this work off a cigarette lighter in a van for power, and pick up WiFi from house?


Get a xiaomi camera. Got a Dafang for £15 off of gearbest. Excellent picture, sound, voice talk, 360 remote control and alerts that notify you with a 10-40second clip of any movement. Little awkward to set up (need to say your in mainland china) but up there with the Arlos and canary image quality that cost 10 x as much


God send to monitor my dogs. They are cheap and cheerful but I recommend them.


Its £23, you won't get any features close to what you get on a "real cctv" type cam


do not get it are you going to drive back from work 50 miles if they is a problem would just cause me more stress than put my mind at ease .I am out.


Back in stock


Can you link this Cam to the Philips Hue lights ?


Thanks for the link, I will try that out as I have some cameras that would be more use outside and don't want to buy more! For now the proper outdoor one is good but this is a better option I guess. I just looked and my indoor ones are 1080p - I don't have activity zones in the app for those.


Not sure why the link didn’t work: YI Home Camera Wall Mount, Myriann 360 Degree Swivel Bracket Holder for YI 1080p/720p Home Camera Outdoor&Indoor Weatherproof High Grade Plastic Housing https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B078N324VD/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_UOFJAbQVZHJZ3 And I meant the 720p one I have from Yi does have activity zones under the smart detection settings.


Do you have a link? I thought you meant the non-outdoor 720p one that looks like a little circular base with a thin plate sticking up - I have those and they don’t have activity zones: YI Home Camera 720p Wireless Cloud IP Security Surveillance System Cloud https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B074395R84/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_8IDJAbHHWR0MP Is that what you meant?

Save 40% on Foscam C1 indoor IP camera - £33.89 Delivered @ Groupon
Found 8th FebFound 8th Feb
Amazing price for the Foscam C1 indoor IP camera that can be mounted in various rooms within your house. You can check from the comfort of your phone whether you're monitoring your… Read more
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How to set a ftp for motion detection video storage?I CAN'T find the settings in the my FOSCAM APP


I have 2 from Groupon at £31.99 a couple of weeks back. Have been monitoring the dogs whilst in Tenerife. I had a couple of spare SD cards so no extra cost for me personally. Easy to set up with a QR code on the back of the camera.


Foscam is now offering a FREE cloud service as well as additional paid packages. https://www.foscam.com/company/cloudservice.html


How much do they charge for their cloud services? Can't find any info on Foscam site. Where are their servers based?


Heated ! Great cameras, have 3 up and running around the house to monitor dogs and they do the job very well. Have them linked to OWLR app and have almost instant connection both at home and whilst out and about. Plus I can monitor all 3 at the same time. Their cloud prices are a bit steep but am happy to use SD cards when needed.

Belkin WiFi IP Camera with Night Vision, Motion Detection and Alerts for iOS and Android - £19.99 @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)
Found 31st JanFound 31st Jan
No codes required the best price i have ever seen for this camera Wide-angle video and digital audio: shows you more of the room in high definition video, so you know what's r… Read more
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Any links?


Thanks, I just ordered a Dafang one for Geekbuying.


Now £29.99


get a mijia instead much better than this one. not even 1080p. cold


Not HD, no SD card recording, mixed reviews, cold from me

YI Outdoor Surveillance Camera, 1080P HD Wireless Security Bullet Camera Weatherproof IP Camera System with Two-Way Audio, Night Vision, Motion Detection Was £99.99 Now £69.99 with promo Sold by Seeverything UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 10th JanFound 10th Jan
Little bit different this one. General consensus seems to be that these YI cameras do what they advertise very well, and given the features; are great value for money. This outdoor… Read more
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Just realised, I'm looking at an old post


Where is the promo that needs to be apllied?


Where did you see them for £30? On Aliexpress they are £60.


30 quid in china


looking for a wireless camera myself ive just sent a genbolt dome camera back to amazon today as the infrared was reflecting off the dome cover,was looking at the ie geek cameras

Sricam SP007 - UK 720P H.264 Wireless IP Camera TF Slot £15.35 @ gearbest
Found 19th Dec 2017Found 19th Dec 2017
Select EU-17 Warehouse. 720P Network Infrared Wireless IP Camera H.264 WIFI Night Vision Motion Detection Features: Network connection no need PC. You can easily realize all the… Read more

Is anybody still waiting for theirs? Mine hasn't even shipped yet.


Day and night


Very good quality for 15£ recomended


Or supports RTSP. One of the better cheap IP cameras I bought recently also supports rtmp (Flash), but I doubt this will. This supports "P2P" which means it will also try to connect to the manufacturer's server although it may have an option to turn P2P off, or else you can block its outbound connections on the router. Blocking it on the router may be better because the P2P app may still work by direct connection when your mobile is connected to your LAN, which can be useful if it is required to download and convert recordings on the sd card.


Yup As long as your NVR or NAS software supports Onvif (I'm not sure any don't) then you can connect this. I highly advise against the cameras that send to China to use via an app. Especially since there are no way they would be ICA compliant.

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