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[Backorder] eufy T8400CW4 Security 2K Indoor Camera Tilt, White $79.20 Delivered @ Amazon AU


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Eufy Security 2K Indoor Camera Tilt for Indoor Surveillance, Human and Pet AI, Works with Voice Assistants, Motion Tracking, Night Vision. Knows Who’s There: The on-device AI instantly determines whether a human or pet is present within the camera’s view. The Key is in the Detail: View every event in crisp 2K clarity so you see exactly what is happening inside your home. Communicate From Your Camera: Speak in real-time to anyone who passes via the camera’s built-in two-way audio. Smart Integration: Connect your Indoor Cam to Apple HomeKit, the Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa for complete control over your surveillance. (HomeKit compatibility will be available before mid-July, 2020).

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  • AU $52.65 on AliExpress, although they are temporarily out of stock.


    Got one of these and they're excellent for the price.

  • This or the Tapa pan cam

  • how's the 2 way audio and video delay? the doorbell sucks…too much delay for video and audio…

  • I have one and am a little disappointed. It says 2K video but that's only for recordings. Streaming/live viewing is limited to 1080p “to save bandwidth” on my gigabit connection and 5G phone plan…. Ridiculous that Eufy would limit the stream quality to save my internet. That's a decision I should be able to make myself. Makes this camera, for my purposes, no better than the cheapest 1080p cams

  • How does this compare to the old Xiaomi indoor camera that is pan/tilt and works with Google Home? (model number: MJSXJ02CM).

    Mine stays on most days but then goes to sleep (even though i told it to never ever go to sleep)

  • Anyone know if its possible to use this on LAN only, with no internet connection?

    • Depends what you want to do with it.

      It has an option to enable an RTSP stream - which you could then use with blueiris (or whatever).


      I just did the experiment of using my router firewall to block internet access to the camera. I could still see a live stream from the app when connected to the same home network, but not on mobile data. I assume notifications would break - but there's at least some functionality.

      Mobile data connected to my home network via VPN didn't work (but probably possible if configured differently)

      • Ok awesome thanks so much for testing it out for me. Sounds like this will work, I'm just after something to stream video to my phone/tablet when they are connected to the home network. I dont need any notifications or features, really just something that works like a baby monitor to stream locally with no net connection.

        It's just difficult determining which ones will work without any internet.

        • No worries - sounds like this would do the trick.

          Another alternative that is cheap and well stocked would be the Tp-link Kasa range.