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It is only 3Mb/s down I don’t know the upload but I do have WiFi. I would like 2 3 outdoor cameras that I can remotely view. Using a system that records and uploads to the cloud 24/7 is not possible because it would use 100% or more of my bandwidth. What options do I have that won’t totally break the bank that will allow 2 3 outdoor cameras that store locally to a NVR or desktop computer that will allow me to bring up at least 24hrs of past video recordings when at the NVR or desktop at home and allow me to occasionally view live video through an app on my cell. Hi Joe, to allow 2 3 outdoor cameras to store locally to a NVR without eating up you bandwidth, you have two best options available. One is the wireless security system, like Reolink RLK4 210WB4 with 1080p high definition /product/rlk4 210wb4/, which frees you from messy cablings. Or you can choose a PoE security system with easy set up, such as Reolink RLK8 410B4 /product/rlk8 410b4/. Both options release you from the worries about using your bandwidth. The NVR and the cameras can automatically connect to each other on its own proprietary network and start to communicate with each other without consuming your data. You can get 24/7 recordings stored in the NVR to review at your convenience. If you occasionally need to watch live view remotely via your phone, then you need to connect the system to your router.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

The Hive Camera doesn’t work with the Hive ecosystem, and instead has its own dedicated app, which is either going to be a positive or a negative depending on if you already have Hive products, or are planning on building out from your camera purchase. What’s nice is that the Hive Camera has a slot for an microSD card so that you can record footage directly on the camera, with no need for a subscription. The design is more traditional, with a white plastic casing, and a black surround for the camera lens. It has some tricks up its sleeve, like being able to sound an alarm or even replicate the sound of a barking dog if you see someone in your house who shouldn’t be there. Read our review: Hive CameraMore Indoor Security Camera Deals?Amazon Cloud CamViewSee all pricesWyze Labs WyzeCam$29ViewSee all pricesYI Cloud Dome Camera 1080P$39. 99ViewSee all pricesWyze Labs WyzeCam Pan$37. 98ViewSee all pricesYI 720p Dome Camera$29. 94 View at Amazon$228View at eBay$317. 36View at Walmart MarketplaceSee all prices 36 found?Works with AlexaMotion activated alertsCustomizable motion zonesRequires a subscription for saved videosMonitor and secure your home with the Ring Security Cam that features built in motion activated floodlights. The Ring Floodlight Cam replaces your existing floodlights and requires hardwired installation. You'll be able to monitor your property in HD video and get alerts when motion is detected with the compatible Ring app.