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Re: Wyze products?
« on: November 20, 2020, 09:29:20 PM »
I'm a big fan of Wyze and used the cameras (Cam Pan and Cam V2) at my parents home. The biggest draw is the value proposition. You get tons of features for a ridiculously low price. The basic service is free and includes 12 second clips saved for two weeks, motion/sound alerts, fire/CO2 alerts, and is compatible with Alexa and Google. Setup was a breeze but they didn't include written instructions (had to used their website/videos) and the app was easy to use. I would advise buying longer cables and accessory mounting hardware/cases depending on where you mount it.  Picture quality in daylight was good but night video was grainy at best. I've read the V3 version has significantly improved night vision with a larger aperture and two different IR settings (near/far). The motion alerts were too sensitive but I could setup custom detection zones and tweak the sensitivity to reduce false alerts. They also offer an outdoor camera that uses an internal rechargeable battery that lasts 3-6 months (https://www.cnet.com/reviews/wyze-cam-outdoor-review/ ). Hope this helps.

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