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eufy Security - eufyCam 2 Pro 2-Camera Indoor/Outdoor Wireless 2K 16G Home Security System - White

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent... Exceptional... Ecstatic... Eufy!!!

    What can I say... love my Eufy cams! I have full PoE cameras at my home, however, I needed something for a vacation property (about 2 hours away) where wiring was not an option. Also dealing with CC&Rs, so had to mount one of the cameras custom (see photo), using the black silicone sleeve. I was using Blink, which were okay, but there were several issues that made me want to switch to something better (slow response to no response, recording time limitations, poor video quality, etc...). Then I found Eufy. Did some research, seemed as good as Arlo without the stupid need for the cloud storage service (Eufy offers a cloud storage service but it is not required or needed). So I took a chance. The 2K Pro cameras are amazing. They are wide angle, which is not a problem for my application, just an FYI. The quality of the camera itself is incredible, very stout and well built. Battery life has been great. Features are excellent and growing. Setup was easy. Distance ability from the base unit to the cameras is exceptional. I am using the base unit wired, but after setup wired, the base can be switched to wireless if needed (like for better base unit placement). Overall I couldn't be more pleased, and I am very happy to not be paying a monthly fee! #GetEufy

    Posted by Kidder

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Eufy two cameras.

    It is very easy to set up. So far I am happy with the clarity and quality of the videos. Attached is the pictures of the front and back yards.

    Posted by KevinK

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Best Battery Camera so far.

    Coming from an Arlo Pro 2, I decided to ditch those cameras and replace it with these. I can only compare these to Arlo Cameras since they’re the ones I’ve owned before, so other manufacturers may vary. When shopping for battery cameras, first thing you wanna check is battery life. My Arlos only last around 3-4 weeks. After that, you have to charge it again. Oh, and the Arlos are finicky with what kind of wall adapter you charge it with too. My Arlos won’t charge using Apple bricks. This Eufycam is still at 100% with more than a 100 events detected, so their claim of 365 day battery might be true. Detection and AI is also important as it would mean a difference of getting a thousand notifications with almost all of them false detections. In order to get smart AI with Arlo, you need to subscribe for about $3 per camera. Eufycams have those built in. So that’s less expenses for the user. Arlo and Eufy are both easy to setup. So they’re both kinda equal in that regard. It deviates more with HomeKit integration though, where Arlo takes a lot of hoops to go through versus Eufy setting up in the app or by scanning the HomeKit code. HomeKit Secure Video only supports 1080p though, so I opted not to connect through it. There’s also been reports of high battery usage when connected to HKSV. Alarm sounds are pretty much the same on both Arlo and Eufy base stations. One thing I like about Arlo though, is even if someone tries to steal your camera, as long as it’s paired to your account, no one can use it. I’m not sure how Eufy cameras work in that regard, but Eufy has Anti-Theft alarms in the event someone moves the camera with it on. Overall, Eufycams are a great value, less hassle and gets the job done. There is an issue with white flashes at the start of the video but they said it’s gonna be fixed on the next firmware update. A minor inconvenience but still, it gets the job done.

    Posted by Randall