UniFi Protect G4 2MP Video Doorbell US$242.01 Delivered (~A$308.53) @ B&H Photo

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UniFi Protect G4 Doorbell is a Wi-Fi video doorbell with a built-in display and real-time two-way audio communication.

The camera features a high-quality 5MP sensor with enhanced night vision. Image streams can be viewed in up to 1600x1200 (2MP) HD at 30 FPS. UniFi Protect G4 Doorbell includes a PIR sensor for instant motion detection alerts. Integration with UniFi Protect provides an easy-to-use interface.

Features:

  • 1600x1200 (2MP) HD stream with night vision
  • Integrated entrance lighting
  • Real-time two-way audio with echo cancellation
  • Built-in display
  • Dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi
  • PIR motion detection sensor
  • Weather-resistant
  • UniFi Protect integration

Cheaper than Amazon and the expected RRP for $329 AUD. The deal is targeted for those that can't wait for Australian certification.

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Comments

  • +2 votes

    Hmmm
    https://krebsonsecurity.com/2021/04/ubiquiti-all-but-confirm...

    TLDR: in case you need it for sensitive stuff, they've been busted covering up & lying about a recent significant data breach.

    • +2 votes

      I don't condone their behaviour on this. But you don't need to use their cloud authentication which negates this. So I would be giving the fully story and just not half of it.

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    Who is spending over $300 on a security door bell when there are cheaper options to be had like Eufy and Ring?

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      People who want their video footage saved locally and not on a cloud service?

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        yes handy for those who use wi-fi jammers (apparently some Ring users in the US seem to have camera outages just before delivery drivers turn up, which might be because they use wi-fi jammers, or just co-incidence)

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          This still uses wifi…

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        Eufy records locally

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    “ The deal is targeted for those that can't wait for Australian certification.”

    What does that mean? Are we not allowed to use these in Aus/not certified for Aus?

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      Probably just means that wireless1 etc can't resell in australia yet.