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Reolink 4MP Outdoor Security Wi-Fi Camera $62.99 Delivered, E1 2 Pack Indoor 3MP Wi-Fi Camera $74.99 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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V789BEVC

RLC-410W enter code V789BEVC at checkout.

  • Intuitive Installation & Easy Set-up
  • Video Quality: 2560 x 1440 (4.0 Megapixels)
  • WIFI Operating Frequency: 2.4GHz / 5GHz
  • Built-in Micro SD Card Slot
  • Day/Night Mode: Auto Switch-over
  • Audio to Listen & Live Stream
  • Remote Access & Playback
  • Continues recording ability
  • 7-day Free monthly could service per camera per account

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  • 3MP HD & Night Vision
  • 355° Pan & 50° Tilt Broader View
  • Live Feed & Two Way Audio
  • Access anywhere with Reolink App/Client
  • Record to micro SD card
  • 7-day free Cloud Storage
  • 2.4GHz WiFi Connection
  • Work with Google Assistant
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  • -1 vote

    Does the E1 have RTSP?

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      Hi. E1 does not have RTSP. You may check E1 Zoom if RTSP is needed.

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        or E1 Pro

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        The RTSP on the Reolinks is rubbish… delays and artifacts everywhere.

        However RTMP works very well, the RLC-410W has RTMP and is a very reliable camera. The E1 and E1 pro I have would also be fantastic if they had RTMP but they do not.

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    Does RLC-410W record continuously on Reolink cloud storage for 7 days free per camera per account?

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      Hi. 410W can record continuously when connected to an NVR, but it only supports motion recording when using cloud storage.

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        Is the cloud storage free for 7 days with RLC 410W? And is there any newer model of RLC 410W in the market? Thanks.

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    Does this come with AU power adapter?
    Can you connect via WiFi AND ethernet to the modem?

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      Hi. Yes, both come with AU power adapter.
      And these are wifi cameras, you can connect it via WiFi.

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        I'll second the Ethernet connection question? I heard it's easy to Jam the wifi signal ?? And cable is the most secure?

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    $61.62

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    Any idea how much getting an electrician to install power for a couple of these would normally cost (for example a 2 story home)? Wondering how much you're going to have to pay to get the installed. I mean I guess you could try to do it yourself, but if there's no nearby accessible power etc, how do you guys go about this? If you gotta pay to get it installed anyway, may as well pay a bit extra to get something more decent?

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      You may check Argus Pro+SP for outdoor use, this battery-powered camera with solar panel could be an option that you don't need a professional to get it wired and don't need to change batteries now and then, neither.

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        mate, does this do continuous recording or motion sensor activated recording?
        If continuous, how many days a single charge expected to last realistically in cloudy/rainy days?

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          Hi. Which one are you referring to?
          RLC-410w do continuous recording when work together with NVR.
          And the battery-powered camera Argus series can only support motion sensor activated recording.

  • +1 vote

    Anything come with a built in sensor flood light as well ?

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      Check Lumus

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        Thanks. Any hard wired options?

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    I like the product. However, general issue with all WIfi-cameras that they can be easily blocked by a signal jammers.
    Any deterrent against that?

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      Unless you have a da Vinci painting in your house I wouldn't worry about perps with signal jammers.

    • +1 vote

      So last night there was some 'interesting stuff' going down. I have a Kogan smart wifi camera setup up on my fence with the footpath / road 1m away. I went out to adjust it to get number plates aswell when a car pulled up on the corner. Two people got out, walked right past my camera and up to the dodgey house up the road. I went and looked at the cloud footage. Got me adjusting the camera, the car arriving, engine off and some rummaging . Then nothing. Their faces would be 50cm away max when they walked past. Then later I noticed footage of the interior light of the car on/ off (clearly a third person on watch). So somehow they blocked everything in between. They saw me coming out the shadows and drove off.

      My question is… If I had a SDCard in, would it have help? I'm thinking not as somehow the motion detection didn't trigger..and it's super sensitive.

      *Note- I got a good look at them (literally crouched still in the shadows and they walked right past me). Standard trackie dacks wearing meth crim look to me. Not out for Davincis.

      Quick Google shows portable signal jammers for $100 -$350

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        Interesting, indeed. yeah. I wouldn't think signal jammers would be unreachable for any modern thief :p

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          *Update - wifi jammer that uses your phone usb port..$5.

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    Work with blueiris for E1?

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      No, you need E1 Pro or E1 Zoom

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    OP does this one work with all Reolink NVR?

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      Yes.

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    Hi OP, Unable to connect to cloud storage. Not east to find the latest firmware. Very disappointed with RLC-410W product.

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      Here is the firmware link
      And for other issues, please contact [email protected] via email for more technical support. They would help solve the problems.