TP-Link Tapo C200 Pan & Tilt IP Camera (Voice Assistant supported), Two for $99 Delivered @ CentreCom

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Features:
High-Definition Video: Records every image in crystal-clear 1080p definition
Pan and Tilt: 360º horizontal and 114º vertical range
Advanced Night Vision: Provides a visual distance of up to 30 ft
Motion Detection and Notifications: Notifies you when the camera detects movement
Sound and Light Alarm: Trigger light and sound effects to frighten away unwanted visitors.
Two-Way Audio: Enables communication through a built-in microphone and speaker
Safe Storage: Locally stores up to 128 GB on a microSD card, equal to 384 hours (16 days) of footage. (Based on laboratory conditions)
Voice Control: Free Up Your Hands with Voice Control: Works with the Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. (Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa are not available in all languages and countries)

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Comments

    • +3 votes

      Yeah, am aware. However they charge shipping unless you're spending at least $100.

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      wouldnt spend a cent with those guys again (ShittingExpress)… i canceled a purchase the morning after i ordered the product (way before dispatch) i got a confirmation that they'll refund in the next 2-3 days (a week later more like it) after the we'll cancel and refund email i got an item's been dispatched, a week later i only got the amount for the product minus shipping cost.. i questioned it and they said we did ship it, here's free shipping code which i havent got.

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    It says the following "This item cannot be purchased alone"

  • +3 votes

    Anyone have one of these? How does it compare to the 1080p WiFi cameras from D-Link, Xiaomi, Reolink etc.?

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    And are you locked into using their app/software and uploading your video to the cloud somewhere?

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    Can these be installed outdoors under eves?

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      i am thinking of that too. cheap and cheerful even if it breaks after 1-2 years

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      I have the anko pan and tilt camera from Kmart, and use it under my eves…had no issues at all, doesn’t get wet etc. so I’d imagine these would be fine too! :)

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    Reading reviews, looks like you have to use their app. Can anyone recommend a 1080p indoor security camera that will notify you when motion is detected, and which doesn't need to be hardwired and doesn't force the user into sharing their video with the internet?

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      This appears to do exactly that? The app offers notifications upon motion detection and remote viewing. It just plugs into a power point and offers local recording.

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        If you have to use their app, then it means they have access to your video feed.

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          You need to look for cameras that use the ONVIF standard, that'll let you use any program you like that adheres to the standard for direct access.

          eg. ONVIFer, TinyCam, iSpy, Blue Iris, etc

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      Yeah, it sucks everything needs an app these days :( meanwhile my phone is too old to install most of them.

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      Thanks for the heads up

      Cancelled my order as I would prefer an IP cam that works with other software like tinycam

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    From a quick search it seems Tapo and Kasa are not compatible with one another. Does anyone have any further insight?

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    Anyone recommend a good battery powered security camera?

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    It's a shame it only records locally to micro SD. No good if someone steals the camera.

    Though TP-Link being a consumer brand like to keep it simple ;)

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    Can anyone recommend a wired PoE camera that is < $100 that does HD/Google assistant/night view/motion alerts?

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    This or the reolink e1's from Amazon?

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      Reolink is more $ but double resolution and offers cloud storage option (dont know if thats extra). Trying to decide between them as well.

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        reolink also supports 5ghz wifi plus has a nvr option. Cloud option seems free for last 7 days. Looking like a better option for me

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          You're talking about the pro, which is a little more $ than I'm willing to outlay for my purpose. I ended up getting the regular e1

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            @thedavemiester: Seems the main differences is the Tapo has a larger sensor and supports http/s and the reolink has better resolution, includes cloud storage (?) and better night vision.

            The reolink weighs nearly twice as much, maybe its better made?

            Reolink E1
            1/2.7"
            f=4.0mm Fixed, F=2.4, with IR Cut
            Pan/Tilt Angle, Horizontal: 355°, Vertical: 50°
            12 Meters (40ft) (LED: 8pcs/14mil/850nm)
            SSL, TCP/IP, UDP, UPNP, SMTP, NTP, DHCP, DNS, DDNS, P2P
            2304x1296 (3 Megapixels)
            SDcard : 64GB max
            200g, 5VDC

            Tapo C200
            1/2.9"
            Lens: F/NO: 2.4; Focal Length: 4mm
            View Range: 360° horizontal and 114° vertical
            Night Vision: 850 nm IR LED up to 30 ft
            Protocol: TCP/IP, DHCP, ARP, ICMP ,DNS, NTP, HTTP, HTTPS, UDP, ONVIF, RTSP
            1080p
            SDcard: 128GB max
            118g, 9VDC

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    Does anyone know if this can be used with the (Android) IP Cam Viewer app? Thought I'd ask as this model isn't showing within the aforementioned app. Thanks

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    Note this camera is 15fps

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