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EZVIZ C3A Rechargeable Outdoor IP65 WI-FI Security Camera $159 Shipped (Was $199) @ Ezvizlife Amazon Au

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The deal is from 18th Jan to 22th Jan

EZVIZ C3A Outdoor Battery Powered Security Camera - 100% Wire-Free 1080P Security Camera with Two-Way Audio, IP65 Waterproof,PIR Motion Detection Monitor,etc

1.100% Wireless Free and Waterproof - C3A security cameraIP65 water/dust proof and runs on a rechargeable 5500 mAh battery and does not require a base station. (Optional W2D base station adds 100db siren and extends battery life. )
2,Full HD 1080P Night Vision - view and record in crystal clear 1920x1080 resolution at 30Fps. Enhanced with DWDR technology and H. 264 compression, perfect for security purposes.
3.Two-way audio - effortlessly listen and speak to whoever is on camera through the EZVIZ app from anywhere in the world with at push of a button.
4.PIR MOTION DETECTION - C3A's PIR sensors detect heat to more accurately notify you of movement from living or mechanical objects like people, animals, and vehicles.
5.Cloud Recordings & SD card storage - EZVIZ C3A comes with recurring cloud recordings and Up to 128GB SD card slot,help you make video easier.

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  • -2

    Free Outdoor Battery Smart IP Security Camera

    Is it just the one for free or can we get more than one ???

    • You're such a troll JV. They obviously mean "Wireless Free" so there's no WiFI at all.

      • "Wireless Free"

        In other words, Wired ?

      • I wish I was wireless free! Damn this constant background low frequency radiation!!

    • It is wifi connection and with battry powered,not wired.

      • I have one of these and the battery doesn't last that long before a charge. Do you have the solar panels available to be delivered here in Australia yet? I have searched world wide and EZVIZ offer a solar panel for this but none that can be shipped or purchased here (product: CS-CMT-Solar Panel). Any reason for that?

        • EZVIZ panel not stock in Australia temporarily,but it will come,sir~

  • +2

    how long does the battery last?

    • Though it only records when triggered, one of the reviewers said the following:

      I am very disappointed with the battery life it only lasts for one week before it needs to be recharged.They advertised that would last for months

  • +1

    Hi OP, do you have any cheaper cameras, I am looking for one under $50

  • Hows the cloud interface?

  • HMmm..

    mechanical objects like people, animals, and vehicles.

    Cyborgs?

  • If someone rips this camera off your wall can they set it up to use as their own?

    • hello,to protect our customer's privacy,EZVIZ camera only support one device,so if the camera get lost,they can not use it in their phone.

  • Looks the same as the $99 tuya one from Bunnings. No deal..

    • i believe they are not the same:)

  • any advantage over eufy cams which have 6 month batt life (quoted?)

  • do you have to pay cloud fees? how big is cloud storage space?

  • Here's a different brand. https://www.kmart.com.au/product/wi-fi-full-hd-rechargeable-... at $99 is another option.

    I've installed two of the Anko (sold by Mirabella - yes the people who sell light bulbs!) indoor versions which can house up to 128gb microSD cards and utilise wifi and they are amazingly simple to install. The software only uses Android or iOS ie there is no desktop PC version. They need > 60% wifi signal strength to work reliable. Indoor colour and night vision was good and the sofware is easy to use and download still and video footage.

    Another option is the Wyze V3 outdoor camera from USA - due out January 2021. https://wyze.com/wyze-cam-v3.html US $19 each. Free 14 days rolling cloud storage and microSD slot. IP65 rated, 130 degrees field of view, rechargable battery (via micro SD) with life of around 3 to 6 month. Unlike the Anko, you also need to purchase a base station which supports up to 6 cameras. Lots of discussion of forums about charging with a solar panel - however the issue seems to be around waterproofing the microSD power socket.

    • Wyze is a good suggestion given the price, seems to be fairly reviewed as well. Do you have any of the Wyze cameras?
      What is the major difference between the V3 and V2? is it just a camera upgrade? From what I read of the Wyze V2, without a subscription it seems to limit to only 12 seconds of recording and then blackout the next 5 minutes. I assume this would still be an issue right?
      And it's 19 USD each excluding shipping, who knows how much the shipping might be.

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