eufy Security, eufyCam 2C Pro 2-Cam Kit, Wireless Home Security System with 2K Resolution, 180-Day Battery Life, HomeKit Compatibility, IP67, Night Vision, and No Monthly Fee.


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Resolution 2K 2K 2K 2K 1080P 2K
Field of View 130° Horizontal and Vertical 130° Horizontal and Vertical 135-degree 135-degree 135-degree 140-degree
Battery Life Over 120-Day battery, unlimited solar power** 120-Day 180-Day 180-Day 180-Day 365-Day
Weather Proof IP67 IP65 IP67 IP67 IP67 IP67
AI Human Detection/Face Detection Human Detection/Face Detection Human Detection/Face Detection Human Detection/Face Detection Human Detection/Face Detection Human Detection/Face Detection
Spotlight ✓ No ✓ ✓ ✓ No
Video Storage 8GB EMMC, 2 Months Usage 8GB EMMC, 2 Months Usage 16GB EMMC, 3 Months Usage 16GB EMMC, 3 Months Usage 16GB EMMC, 3 Months Usage 16GB EMMC, 3 Months Usage
Monthly Fee No No No No No No

eufy Security eufyCam 2C Pro

Protects You, Your Family, and Your Privacy

Every eufy Security product is engineered to ensure your security data is kept private. Have peace of mind that you will have a secure record of everything that happens around your home.

100% Wire-Free

Without cords or wires of any kind, eufyCam 2C Pro installs indoors and out with ease to surveil your home for 180 days on a single charge.

Zero Hidden Costs

Designed to protect your home as well as your wallet, the security camera outdoor eufyCam 2C Pro is a one-time purchase that combines security with convenience. You will never be forced into paying to access your security footage.

FAQ

Can I expand the storage? eufy Security will soon be launching a USB storage dongle that will allow you to expand the storage.

What is the eufyCam 2C Pro system compatible with? The security camera outdoor eufyCam 2C Pro uses HomeBase 2 as its hub. It is compatible with eufyCam, eufyCam E, and eufy entry sensors.

What is the battery life and capacity? From a single 5 hour charge receive 180 days of battery life. The battery capacity is 6700mAh.

Is there a mounting stand? 2 screw mounts are included. We will soon release magnetic mounts that will be available for purchase.

What’s Included:

2 x eufyCam 2C Pro Camera, HomeBase 2, 2 x Screw Mount, Micro USB Charging Cable, AC Power Adapter, Ethernet Cable, User Manual, Screw Pack



Weight: 635 g
Size: 1 Count (Pack of 1)
Dimensions: 8.12 x 4.79 x 5.69 cm; 635 Grams
Model: T88613D1
Part: T88613D1
Pack Quantity: 1
Batteries Required: Yes
Batteries Included: Lithium Ion
Manufacture: Anker
Dimensions: 8.12 x 4.79 x 5.69 cm; 635 Grams
Quantity: 1
Size: 1 Count (Pack of 1)

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147 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I can understand why the reviews are mostly good. The whole kit feels like quality, the Homebase and cameras were easy to set up, the cameras themselves are discreetly smalland the daytime imagery is excellent. In fact, the issue has been that our BT Hub 4 is at the back of the house and wireless communication between it and the front garden camera is poor at best. Unfortunately, it means that this particular setup is not suitable in our case and I will reluctantly be returning it for refund.

  2. Island Echo says:

     United Kingdom

    I can understand why the reviews are mostly good. The whole kit feels like quality, the Homebase and cameras were easy to set up, the cameras themselves are discreetly smalland the daytime imagery is excellent. In fact, the issue has been that our BT Hub 4 is at the back of the house and wireless communication between it and the front garden camera is poor at best. Unfortunately, it means that this particular setup is not suitable in our case and I will reluctantly be returning it for refund.

  3. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This was recommended to me by a friend and I am not disappointed! Such a neat and easy to use home security system. The two cameras I’m very clear with both night and day vision. The alert system is fantastic and the nighttime light together with speaking to the person at the door! Very easy to set up and that is from someone who isn’t that IT savvy! Would highly recommend. A great price for a great product.

  4. LewisL01ixvexu says:

     United Kingdom

    This was recommended to me by a friend and I am not disappointed! Such a neat and easy to use home security system. The two cameras I’m very clear with both night and day vision. The alert system is fantastic and the nighttime light together with speaking to the person at the door! Very easy to set up and that is from someone who isn’t that IT savvy! Would highly recommend. A great price for a great product.

  5. polly says:

     United Kingdom

    This was recommended to me by a friend and I am not disappointed! Such a neat and easy to use home security system. The two cameras I’m very clear with both night and day vision. The alert system is fantastic and the nighttime light together with speaking to the person at the door! Very easy to set up and that is from someone who isn’t that IT savvy! Would highly recommend. A great price for a great product.

  6. YolandaCrowther says:

     United Kingdom

    This was recommended to me by a friend and I am not disappointed! Such a neat and easy to use home security system. The two cameras I’m very clear with both night and day vision. The alert system is fantastic and the nighttime light together with speaking to the person at the door! Very easy to set up and that is from someone who isn’t that IT savvy! Would highly recommend. A great price for a great product.

  7. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    The cameras don’t trigger as soon as you may wish, but the images in general are good, been happy with the cameras neither camera has last 6months of charge they have managed about 3 which isn’t a massive issue but definitely not 6 months as advertised. But I’d definitely recommend the cameras for the price poi

  8. Adam Benjamin says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersThese are great cameras for when you don’t want to pay any subscriptions and have local storage. The quality is pretty decent as expected for 2k as is the night vision (black and white or colour if you turn on the onboard light). They record sound and you can talk from your phone to them (if you want it near the front door instead of a doorbell cam).
    The cameras connect directly to the homebase on its own hidden network which then connects to your router either by ethernet or wifi depending on where you put it (you will need to connect the homebase via ethernet during setup only – and then can move it closer to where you want the cameras if the router is not in the ideal spot). The app on your phone which connects to your wifi is able to see the homebase and the devices connected to that homebase – where you can control the cameras, turning them on/off, looking at live feeds (this seems to disconnect randomly sometimes) etc.. Your router/wifi doesn’t need to be connected to the internet but will do if you want to view when out and about. As I have fairly decent insulation and internal brick walls, as soon as I take the cameras outside – the range of the homebase drops. So I can’t have these cameras positioned exactly where I would like on either side of the house… I think I will need another homebase which they don’t sell on their own at this time. Still better than messing around with drilling holes everywhere and feeding in long cables and then trying to hide them.
    It’s a shame that the cameras can’t have the option to connect to the homebase via the home wifi as that would solve my problem.

  9. GregoryNNVJ says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersThese are great cameras for when you don’t want to pay any subscriptions and have local storage. The quality is pretty decent as expected for 2k as is the night vision (black and white or colour if you turn on the onboard light). They record sound and you can talk from your phone to them (if you want it near the front door instead of a doorbell cam).
    The cameras connect directly to the homebase on its own hidden network which then connects to your router either by ethernet or wifi depending on where you put it (you will need to connect the homebase via ethernet during setup only – and then can move it closer to where you want the cameras if the router is not in the ideal spot). The app on your phone which connects to your wifi is able to see the homebase and the devices connected to that homebase – where you can control the cameras, turning them on/off, looking at live feeds (this seems to disconnect randomly sometimes) etc.. Your router/wifi doesn’t need to be connected to the internet but will do if you want to view when out and about. As I have fairly decent insulation and internal brick walls, as soon as I take the cameras outside – the range of the homebase drops. So I can’t have these cameras positioned exactly where I would like on either side of the house… I think I will need another homebase which they don’t sell on their own at this time. Still better than messing around with drilling holes everywhere and feeding in long cables and then trying to hide them.
    It’s a shame that the cameras can’t have the option to connect to the homebase via the home wifi as that would solve my problem.

  10. LydiaTheStrange says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersThese are great cameras for when you don’t want to pay any subscriptions and have local storage. The quality is pretty decent as expected for 2k as is the night vision (black and white or colour if you turn on the onboard light). They record sound and you can talk from your phone to them (if you want it near the front door instead of a doorbell cam).
    The cameras connect directly to the homebase on its own hidden network which then connects to your router either by ethernet or wifi depending on where you put it (you will need to connect the homebase via ethernet during setup only – and then can move it closer to where you want the cameras if the router is not in the ideal spot). The app on your phone which connects to your wifi is able to see the homebase and the devices connected to that homebase – where you can control the cameras, turning them on/off, looking at live feeds (this seems to disconnect randomly sometimes) etc.. Your router/wifi doesn’t need to be connected to the internet but will do if you want to view when out and about. As I have fairly decent insulation and internal brick walls, as soon as I take the cameras outside – the range of the homebase drops. So I can’t have these cameras positioned exactly where I would like on either side of the house… I think I will need another homebase which they don’t sell on their own at this time. Still better than messing around with drilling holes everywhere and feeding in long cables and then trying to hide them.
    It’s a shame that the cameras can’t have the option to connect to the homebase via the home wifi as that would solve my problem.

  11. Runners World says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersThese are great cameras for when you don’t want to pay any subscriptions and have local storage. The quality is pretty decent as expected for 2k as is the night vision (black and white or colour if you turn on the onboard light). They record sound and you can talk from your phone to them (if you want it near the front door instead of a doorbell cam).
    The cameras connect directly to the homebase on its own hidden network which then connects to your router either by ethernet or wifi depending on where you put it (you will need to connect the homebase via ethernet during setup only – and then can move it closer to where you want the cameras if the router is not in the ideal spot). The app on your phone which connects to your wifi is able to see the homebase and the devices connected to that homebase – where you can control the cameras, turning them on/off, looking at live feeds (this seems to disconnect randomly sometimes) etc.. Your router/wifi doesn’t need to be connected to the internet but will do if you want to view when out and about. As I have fairly decent insulation and internal brick walls, as soon as I take the cameras outside – the range of the homebase drops. So I can’t have these cameras positioned exactly where I would like on either side of the house… I think I will need another homebase which they don’t sell on their own at this time. Still better than messing around with drilling holes everywhere and feeding in long cables and then trying to hide them.
    It’s a shame that the cameras can’t have the option to connect to the homebase via the home wifi as that would solve my problem.

  12. Child Products Research Center says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersThese are great cameras for when you don’t want to pay any subscriptions and have local storage. The quality is pretty decent as expected for 2k as is the night vision (black and white or colour if you turn on the onboard light). They record sound and you can talk from your phone to them (if you want it near the front door instead of a doorbell cam).
    The cameras connect directly to the homebase on its own hidden network which then connects to your router either by ethernet or wifi depending on where you put it (you will need to connect the homebase via ethernet during setup only – and then can move it closer to where you want the cameras if the router is not in the ideal spot). The app on your phone which connects to your wifi is able to see the homebase and the devices connected to that homebase – where you can control the cameras, turning them on/off, looking at live feeds (this seems to disconnect randomly sometimes) etc.. Your router/wifi doesn’t need to be connected to the internet but will do if you want to view when out and about. As I have fairly decent insulation and internal brick walls, as soon as I take the cameras outside – the range of the homebase drops. So I can’t have these cameras positioned exactly where I would like on either side of the house… I think I will need another homebase which they don’t sell on their own at this time. Still better than messing around with drilling holes everywhere and feeding in long cables and then trying to hide them.
    It’s a shame that the cameras can’t have the option to connect to the homebase via the home wifi as that would solve my problem.

  13. ElaineHouser says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersThese are great cameras for when you don’t want to pay any subscriptions and have local storage. The quality is pretty decent as expected for 2k as is the night vision (black and white or colour if you turn on the onboard light). They record sound and you can talk from your phone to them (if you want it near the front door instead of a doorbell cam).
    The cameras connect directly to the homebase on its own hidden network which then connects to your router either by ethernet or wifi depending on where you put it (you will need to connect the homebase via ethernet during setup only – and then can move it closer to where you want the cameras if the router is not in the ideal spot). The app on your phone which connects to your wifi is able to see the homebase and the devices connected to that homebase – where you can control the cameras, turning them on/off, looking at live feeds (this seems to disconnect randomly sometimes) etc.. Your router/wifi doesn’t need to be connected to the internet but will do if you want to view when out and about. As I have fairly decent insulation and internal brick walls, as soon as I take the cameras outside – the range of the homebase drops. So I can’t have these cameras positioned exactly where I would like on either side of the house… I think I will need another homebase which they don’t sell on their own at this time. Still better than messing around with drilling holes everywhere and feeding in long cables and then trying to hide them.
    It’s a shame that the cameras can’t have the option to connect to the homebase via the home wifi as that would solve my problem.

  14. Brie Barbee says:

     United Kingdom

    Best i’ve seen about this kit is the cameras has a nice video quality and the app is very helpful and easy to use, only thing don’t know yet about it and didn’t try it is the range of those cameras how far can you place them away from uni

  15. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Arrived in very good time, well packaged – as good as Apple products. Easy to set up and alter settings. Good value and good performance.

  16. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Most of the time these cameras are fantastic. However occasionally you will find they have not detected anything through the night. During one such time the cameras did not detect someone breaking into my car. I have no changes the settings so they are very sensitive to motion and record for the full minute instead of just 20 seconds. So far so good.

  17. J Vignesh says:

     United Kingdom

    Doing very well so far, installing was easy with sticker mounting guide. The two cameras and base station easily linked and went into operation immediately. Really a breeeze and recommended.

  18. ThaddeusTravis says:

     United Kingdom

    Only had the system a couple of days but so far so good. Installation is dead east and the app is easy to use and intuitive. It guides you through set up no problems. Cameras are small but cover a wide area as can be seen in the pic and picture quality is decent. (Taken in low light at 07.30 December) I’ve found that the spot light assists with night vision so have enabled that on two cameras in the darkest areas.
    Motion detection is good and you can set up exclusion zones if your camera covers a neighbours drive for example. These work well. Sometimes there is a lag with detection but it’s only minor and when connected to wifi alerts come through straight away. No false alarms either which is great so the human spotting AI seems to work!
    I really like the talk and alarm functions. The alarm you can have on the camera and the base station and its quite loud!
    I was worried about the distance one camera is away from the base station as it’s a long way and there are some thick walls in the way but so far so good. There is an option to connect the base station via wifi which improves long range connection if this is an issue.
    Only minor downside is the quality of the mounting brackets. They are quite small and it’s difficult to get the camera really tight on there but they seem to be holding.
    I have other Anker products which is one of the reasons I went for this system. That and the no subscription! So far so good. Would recommend

    Impressed so far!

  19. SimoneWolcott says:

     United Kingdom

    I use these alongside the doorbell, I think you can have 3 cameras connected to one hub but don’t hold me to that statement. You can connect a usb drive to backup stores videos – but this is not done automatically which is a shame, just a firmware update for this would be great.
    Image quality is good, and they have built in led’s if you’d like to use them also. Good battery life so far. A shame they can’t be wired like the doorbell but no big deal!

  20. tom_walsh says:

     United Kingdom

    I use these alongside the doorbell, I think you can have 3 cameras connected to one hub but don’t hold me to that statement. You can connect a usb drive to backup stores videos – but this is not done automatically which is a shame, just a firmware update for this would be great.
    Image quality is good, and they have built in led’s if you’d like to use them also. Good battery life so far. A shame they can’t be wired like the doorbell but no big deal!

  21. DemetriaTUJ says:

     United Kingdom

    I use these alongside the doorbell, I think you can have 3 cameras connected to one hub but don’t hold me to that statement. You can connect a usb drive to backup stores videos – but this is not done automatically which is a shame, just a firmware update for this would be great.
    Image quality is good, and they have built in led’s if you’d like to use them also. Good battery life so far. A shame they can’t be wired like the doorbell but no big deal!

  22. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I use these alongside the doorbell, I think you can have 3 cameras connected to one hub but don’t hold me to that statement. You can connect a usb drive to backup stores videos – but this is not done automatically which is a shame, just a firmware update for this would be great.
    Image quality is good, and they have built in led’s if you’d like to use them also. Good battery life so far. A shame they can’t be wired like the doorbell but no big deal!

  23. BelindaBussau says:

     United Kingdom

    This is a great addition to our home security. The 2k picture quality is very good, and is clearly better than normal HD quality. It is a shame if you choose to let Apple homekit take over and sense movement and store recordings then it is standard HD. (although I think that is an Apple limitation). I have found that it is a little bit slow on picking up movement, however the image quality once they have been picked up is good. SO far it has always picked up everyone.

    We have a lot of activity near our front door so the battery is going down faster than I would have liked; so I have bought the solar power option and found that very useful. It is making some difference in the winter, we shall see how much charge it gets in the summer.

    I also did a test and disconnected my router to the outside internet and tested to see if the remote cameras would store the video, and it did. So if the external internet goes down you still videos stored. However you will need your internet back to view the videos.

    For the night vision I found additional flood lights the best although their own little light does a good job of lighting up and recording people.

  24. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This is a great addition to our home security. The 2k picture quality is very good, and is clearly better than normal HD quality. It is a shame if you choose to let Apple homekit take over and sense movement and store recordings then it is standard HD. (although I think that is an Apple limitation). I have found that it is a little bit slow on picking up movement, however the image quality once they have been picked up is good. SO far it has always picked up everyone.

    We have a lot of activity near our front door so the battery is going down faster than I would have liked; so I have bought the solar power option and found that very useful. It is making some difference in the winter, we shall see how much charge it gets in the summer.

    I also did a test and disconnected my router to the outside internet and tested to see if the remote cameras would store the video, and it did. So if the external internet goes down you still videos stored. However you will need your internet back to view the videos.

    For the night vision I found additional flood lights the best although their own little light does a good job of lighting up and recording people.

  25. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This is a great addition to our home security. The 2k picture quality is very good, and is clearly better than normal HD quality. It is a shame if you choose to let Apple homekit take over and sense movement and store recordings then it is standard HD. (although I think that is an Apple limitation). I have found that it is a little bit slow on picking up movement, however the image quality once they have been picked up is good. SO far it has always picked up everyone.

    We have a lot of activity near our front door so the battery is going down faster than I would have liked; so I have bought the solar power option and found that very useful. It is making some difference in the winter, we shall see how much charge it gets in the summer.

    I also did a test and disconnected my router to the outside internet and tested to see if the remote cameras would store the video, and it did. So if the external internet goes down you still videos stored. However you will need your internet back to view the videos.

    For the night vision I found additional flood lights the best although their own little light does a good job of lighting up and recording people.

  26. Eloy68Kndyp says:

     United Kingdom

    This is a great addition to our home security. The 2k picture quality is very good, and is clearly better than normal HD quality. It is a shame if you choose to let Apple homekit take over and sense movement and store recordings then it is standard HD. (although I think that is an Apple limitation). I have found that it is a little bit slow on picking up movement, however the image quality once they have been picked up is good. SO far it has always picked up everyone.

    We have a lot of activity near our front door so the battery is going down faster than I would have liked; so I have bought the solar power option and found that very useful. It is making some difference in the winter, we shall see how much charge it gets in the summer.

    I also did a test and disconnected my router to the outside internet and tested to see if the remote cameras would store the video, and it did. So if the external internet goes down you still videos stored. However you will need your internet back to view the videos.

    For the night vision I found additional flood lights the best although their own little light does a good job of lighting up and recording people.

  27. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I have Arlo cameras too, so I can compare. This product is definitely better. However, it still misses to capture some activity. So, its not a replacement for an always on camera.

  28. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I can not fault the image quality night or day. I also like the no fee local storage of the captured images. You can pay for in the cloud storage but I don’t want that. Battery life is good also and there is an option for a solar charger. I marked it down overall because of the software limitations.
    The motion detection is better than the door bell, with far fewer false notifications. The delay in notification and speech also seems to be less.
    There are two main problems with the software.
    The first is privacy zones. You can only set rectangular areas which can not be rotated, so it is very difficult, if not impossible to block out an irregular area. This is even more important with the recent large damages claim by a neighbour suing for lack of privacy due to a security camera.
    The second is the very crude modes for home and away. What is needed is to schedule within the home or away modes the settings for a particular camera(s). I would like to select a particular camera or group of cameras ( ie indoor cameras) and turn off motion detection when we are at home between certain hours. That is not possible, so I have to go in to each camera and disable detection for a pre set period of time. It’s a complete pain to do each day.
    It would have been possible if the home mode or a custom mode or geofencing would allow the schedule as an option. I could then have a day and night schedule for when we are home and a static schedule when we are away. It would be even better if it was possible to create multiple schedules.
    The other pain is that the door bell has its own system

  29. Maegan says:

     United Kingdom

    I can not fault the image quality night or day. I also like the no fee local storage of the captured images. You can pay for in the cloud storage but I don’t want that. Battery life is good also and there is an option for a solar charger. I marked it down overall because of the software limitations.
    The motion detection is better than the door bell, with far fewer false notifications. The delay in notification and speech also seems to be less.
    There are two main problems with the software.
    The first is privacy zones. You can only set rectangular areas which can not be rotated, so it is very difficult, if not impossible to block out an irregular area. This is even more important with the recent large damages claim by a neighbour suing for lack of privacy due to a security camera.
    The second is the very crude modes for home and away. What is needed is to schedule within the home or away modes the settings for a particular camera(s). I would like to select a particular camera or group of cameras ( ie indoor cameras) and turn off motion detection when we are at home between certain hours. That is not possible, so I have to go in to each camera and disable detection for a pre set period of time. It’s a complete pain to do each day.
    It would have been possible if the home mode or a custom mode or geofencing would allow the schedule as an option. I could then have a day and night schedule for when we are home and a static schedule when we are away. It would be even better if it was possible to create multiple schedules.
    The other pain is that the door bell has its own system

  30. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I can not fault the image quality night or day. I also like the no fee local storage of the captured images. You can pay for in the cloud storage but I don’t want that. Battery life is good also and there is an option for a solar charger. I marked it down overall because of the software limitations.
    The motion detection is better than the door bell, with far fewer false notifications. The delay in notification and speech also seems to be less.
    There are two main problems with the software.
    The first is privacy zones. You can only set rectangular areas which can not be rotated, so it is very difficult, if not impossible to block out an irregular area. This is even more important with the recent large damages claim by a neighbour suing for lack of privacy due to a security camera.
    The second is the very crude modes for home and away. What is needed is to schedule within the home or away modes the settings for a particular camera(s). I would like to select a particular camera or group of cameras ( ie indoor cameras) and turn off motion detection when we are at home between certain hours. That is not possible, so I have to go in to each camera and disable detection for a pre set period of time. It’s a complete pain to do each day.
    It would have been possible if the home mode or a custom mode or geofencing would allow the schedule as an option. I could then have a day and night schedule for when we are home and a static schedule when we are away. It would be even better if it was possible to create multiple schedules.
    The other pain is that the door bell has its own system

  31. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Really high quality camera even comes in presentation box very like an iPhone. Easy set up did what it said. The camera mount is flexible would have been nice if it could flex a little more to achieve the angle I wanted but I’m getting more to add to the ones I bought. The geo setting is cool if you leave home with your phone it knows you’ve gone and turns on. No false detections so far on human detection setting.

  32. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Easy to set up, Great picture quality. Have just ordered another camera for my back garden. Would definitely recommend

  33. ErikaOverton says:

     United Kingdom

    The fact that you don’t have to have a contract was the big advantage for us. We bought this to replace an older system that we had to abandon because it was triggered by anything, including a spider web!
    The Eufy camera isn’t triggered by animals, birds or spiders, so we are pleased with it so far. The software can be a bit temperamental to begin with until you get the hang of it, but once settled and programmed as you want it there are no major issues. You can turn the camera’s on or off when you are at home or away so they are not wasting battery power recording you as you move around outside. So far this is a pretty good system for the money.

  34. GWKEddiefk says:

     United Kingdom

    Bought for front and rear security, no previous experience of home security cameras but this was very easy to set up with wi-fi, or if required wired. The app from my perspective works really well and allows motion to be turned on or off. The viewing area when placed at bedroom height is very wide, fortunately there is a means of blocking areas like neighbours gardens so that’s great. The clarity of the picture is really very good, and the night vision at the front (there is LED street lighting) again is fine. So right now I am very happy with this system and I would recommend if you need to keep the costs at a reasonable level. I think I will add a couple of cameras at ground level at some point but so fare so good and I am glad I bought this. One minor thing is that the inbuilt light is not that strong and tonight I will be checking how the darker back garden area is visible. Usually most things bought from China are pretty awful, but this seems to be an exception.
    After some days, I can say the night vision is so far good, however there is an oddity. I enabled motion at the front of the hose and it picks up people leaving the house and walking away along the drive to the pavement. Fine. Trouble is weirdly, is does not pick up anyone who enters the short drive, until they are at the door, this is a problem.
    Update, so far so good, bit slow on the pickup but generally I like the system and will consider adding to it if the price is right, and that’s the point really, the cameras are too expensive for what they are

  35. AundreaScott says:

     United Kingdom

    Bought for front and rear security, no previous experience of home security cameras but this was very easy to set up with wi-fi, or if required wired. The app from my perspective works really well and allows motion to be turned on or off. The viewing area when placed at bedroom height is very wide, fortunately there is a means of blocking areas like neighbours gardens so that’s great. The clarity of the picture is really very good, and the night vision at the front (there is LED street lighting) again is fine. So right now I am very happy with this system and I would recommend if you need to keep the costs at a reasonable level. I think I will add a couple of cameras at ground level at some point but so fare so good and I am glad I bought this. One minor thing is that the inbuilt light is not that strong and tonight I will be checking how the darker back garden area is visible. Usually most things bought from China are pretty awful, but this seems to be an exception.
    After some days, I can say the night vision is so far good, however there is an oddity. I enabled motion at the front of the hose and it picks up people leaving the house and walking away along the drive to the pavement. Fine. Trouble is weirdly, is does not pick up anyone who enters the short drive, until they are at the door, this is a problem.
    Update, so far so good, bit slow on the pickup but generally I like the system and will consider adding to it if the price is right, and that’s the point really, the cameras are too expensive for what they are

  36. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Bought for front and rear security, no previous experience of home security cameras but this was very easy to set up with wi-fi, or if required wired. The app from my perspective works really well and allows motion to be turned on or off. The viewing area when placed at bedroom height is very wide, fortunately there is a means of blocking areas like neighbours gardens so that’s great. The clarity of the picture is really very good, and the night vision at the front (there is LED street lighting) again is fine. So right now I am very happy with this system and I would recommend if you need to keep the costs at a reasonable level. I think I will add a couple of cameras at ground level at some point but so fare so good and I am glad I bought this. One minor thing is that the inbuilt light is not that strong and tonight I will be checking how the darker back garden area is visible. Usually most things bought from China are pretty awful, but this seems to be an exception.
    After some days, I can say the night vision is so far good, however there is an oddity. I enabled motion at the front of the hose and it picks up people leaving the house and walking away along the drive to the pavement. Fine. Trouble is weirdly, is does not pick up anyone who enters the short drive, until they are at the door, this is a problem.
    Update, so far so good, bit slow on the pickup but generally I like the system and will consider adding to it if the price is right, and that’s the point really, the cameras are too expensive for what they are

  37. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Bought for front and rear security, no previous experience of home security cameras but this was very easy to set up with wi-fi, or if required wired. The app from my perspective works really well and allows motion to be turned on or off. The viewing area when placed at bedroom height is very wide, fortunately there is a means of blocking areas like neighbours gardens so that’s great. The clarity of the picture is really very good, and the night vision at the front (there is LED street lighting) again is fine. So right now I am very happy with this system and I would recommend if you need to keep the costs at a reasonable level. I think I will add a couple of cameras at ground level at some point but so fare so good and I am glad I bought this. One minor thing is that the inbuilt light is not that strong and tonight I will be checking how the darker back garden area is visible. Usually most things bought from China are pretty awful, but this seems to be an exception.
    After some days, I can say the night vision is so far good, however there is an oddity. I enabled motion at the front of the hose and it picks up people leaving the house and walking away along the drive to the pavement. Fine. Trouble is weirdly, is does not pick up anyone who enters the short drive, until they are at the door, this is a problem.
    Update, so far so good, bit slow on the pickup but generally I like the system and will consider adding to it if the price is right, and that’s the point really, the cameras are too expensive for what they are

  38. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Bought for front and rear security, no previous experience of home security cameras but this was very easy to set up with wi-fi, or if required wired. The app from my perspective works really well and allows motion to be turned on or off. The viewing area when placed at bedroom height is very wide, fortunately there is a means of blocking areas like neighbours gardens so that’s great. The clarity of the picture is really very good, and the night vision at the front (there is LED street lighting) again is fine. So right now I am very happy with this system and I would recommend if you need to keep the costs at a reasonable level. I think I will add a couple of cameras at ground level at some point but so fare so good and I am glad I bought this. One minor thing is that the inbuilt light is not that strong and tonight I will be checking how the darker back garden area is visible. Usually most things bought from China are pretty awful, but this seems to be an exception.
    After some days, I can say the night vision is so far good, however there is an oddity. I enabled motion at the front of the hose and it picks up people leaving the house and walking away along the drive to the pavement. Fine. Trouble is weirdly, is does not pick up anyone who enters the short drive, until they are at the door, this is a problem.
    Update, so far so good, bit slow on the pickup but generally I like the system and will consider adding to it if the price is right, and that’s the point really, the cameras are too expensive for what they are

  39. JulietSomervill says:

     United Kingdom

    The good: it can be set to only react to humans (although it’s not always but most of the time accurate); image quality is quite good, the interface of the app is easy to understand and use. Batteries are rechargable and last long enough that you don’t need to be up and down the ladder every month or two (at least in my case) to recharge the cameras. I would include here all the features of the cameras but it would take to long.

    The bad: Reaction time – this is in the bad section even though I believe it’s one of the fastest reaction times one can get these days. It’s in the bad section because I can not feel completely confident that the system will catch the needed motion every time someone is passing through the field of view. Again, from what I read, it’s still one of the fastest systems on the market right now.

    I spent a lot of time reading reviews before buying this set. The main concern was the reaction time from detecting the motion until it actually started recording video. This is also the only reason why I am only giving it 4 out of 5 stars. From the reviews I read, I believe it’s probably the quickest reaction time available right now (April 2022) for wireless CCTV that is not recording continuously. It’s still slow enough to sometimes miss the detected human. The delay is sometimes a bit over sometimes a bit under a second. That is still slow enough for a person walking fast through the field of view of the camera to be missed completely, especially if the person is very close to the camera as he/she can exit the field of view faster. As long as the recording doesn’t happen on the camera to then send the already recorded/buffered video as fast as possible once the wireless connection is reactivated so that it gets saved somewhere in the house or the cloud, as long as that process doesn’t get integrated in the actual physical camera, then (in my non-professional opinion) I do not believe anyone can expect any faster reaction time then these Eufy pro wi-fi cameras are offering.

    I like how easy the system is managed over the internet and all the other features. This is the only system I have personally used until now and I decided on buying this one after extensive reading on the internet about quite a few other ones as well.

  40. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    The good: it can be set to only react to humans (although it’s not always but most of the time accurate); image quality is quite good, the interface of the app is easy to understand and use. Batteries are rechargable and last long enough that you don’t need to be up and down the ladder every month or two (at least in my case) to recharge the cameras. I would include here all the features of the cameras but it would take to long.

    The bad: Reaction time – this is in the bad section even though I believe it’s one of the fastest reaction times one can get these days. It’s in the bad section because I can not feel completely confident that the system will catch the needed motion every time someone is passing through the field of view. Again, from what I read, it’s still one of the fastest systems on the market right now.

    I spent a lot of time reading reviews before buying this set. The main concern was the reaction time from detecting the motion until it actually started recording video. This is also the only reason why I am only giving it 4 out of 5 stars. From the reviews I read, I believe it’s probably the quickest reaction time available right now (April 2022) for wireless CCTV that is not recording continuously. It’s still slow enough to sometimes miss the detected human. The delay is sometimes a bit over sometimes a bit under a second. That is still slow enough for a person walking fast through the field of view of the camera to be missed completely, especially if the person is very close to the camera as he/she can exit the field of view faster. As long as the recording doesn’t happen on the camera to then send the already recorded/buffered video as fast as possible once the wireless connection is reactivated so that it gets saved somewhere in the house or the cloud, as long as that process doesn’t get integrated in the actual physical camera, then (in my non-professional opinion) I do not believe anyone can expect any faster reaction time then these Eufy pro wi-fi cameras are offering.

    I like how easy the system is managed over the internet and all the other features. This is the only system I have personally used until now and I decided on buying this one after extensive reading on the internet about quite a few other ones as well.

  41. MiquelXIIZ says:

     United Kingdom

    The good: it can be set to only react to humans (although it’s not always but most of the time accurate); image quality is quite good, the interface of the app is easy to understand and use. Batteries are rechargable and last long enough that you don’t need to be up and down the ladder every month or two (at least in my case) to recharge the cameras. I would include here all the features of the cameras but it would take to long.

    The bad: Reaction time – this is in the bad section even though I believe it’s one of the fastest reaction times one can get these days. It’s in the bad section because I can not feel completely confident that the system will catch the needed motion every time someone is passing through the field of view. Again, from what I read, it’s still one of the fastest systems on the market right now.

    I spent a lot of time reading reviews before buying this set. The main concern was the reaction time from detecting the motion until it actually started recording video. This is also the only reason why I am only giving it 4 out of 5 stars. From the reviews I read, I believe it’s probably the quickest reaction time available right now (April 2022) for wireless CCTV that is not recording continuously. It’s still slow enough to sometimes miss the detected human. The delay is sometimes a bit over sometimes a bit under a second. That is still slow enough for a person walking fast through the field of view of the camera to be missed completely, especially if the person is very close to the camera as he/she can exit the field of view faster. As long as the recording doesn’t happen on the camera to then send the already recorded/buffered video as fast as possible once the wireless connection is reactivated so that it gets saved somewhere in the house or the cloud, as long as that process doesn’t get integrated in the actual physical camera, then (in my non-professional opinion) I do not believe anyone can expect any faster reaction time then these Eufy pro wi-fi cameras are offering.

    I like how easy the system is managed over the internet and all the other features. This is the only system I have personally used until now and I decided on buying this one after extensive reading on the internet about quite a few other ones as well.

  42. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    The good: it can be set to only react to humans (although it’s not always but most of the time accurate); image quality is quite good, the interface of the app is easy to understand and use. Batteries are rechargable and last long enough that you don’t need to be up and down the ladder every month or two (at least in my case) to recharge the cameras. I would include here all the features of the cameras but it would take to long.

    The bad: Reaction time – this is in the bad section even though I believe it’s one of the fastest reaction times one can get these days. It’s in the bad section because I can not feel completely confident that the system will catch the needed motion every time someone is passing through the field of view. Again, from what I read, it’s still one of the fastest systems on the market right now.

    I spent a lot of time reading reviews before buying this set. The main concern was the reaction time from detecting the motion until it actually started recording video. This is also the only reason why I am only giving it 4 out of 5 stars. From the reviews I read, I believe it’s probably the quickest reaction time available right now (April 2022) for wireless CCTV that is not recording continuously. It’s still slow enough to sometimes miss the detected human. The delay is sometimes a bit over sometimes a bit under a second. That is still slow enough for a person walking fast through the field of view of the camera to be missed completely, especially if the person is very close to the camera as he/she can exit the field of view faster. As long as the recording doesn’t happen on the camera to then send the already recorded/buffered video as fast as possible once the wireless connection is reactivated so that it gets saved somewhere in the house or the cloud, as long as that process doesn’t get integrated in the actual physical camera, then (in my non-professional opinion) I do not believe anyone can expect any faster reaction time then these Eufy pro wi-fi cameras are offering.

    I like how easy the system is managed over the internet and all the other features. This is the only system I have personally used until now and I decided on buying this one after extensive reading on the internet about quite a few other ones as well.

  43. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    We’ve had a home cctv system for a number of years that had become outdated and the security company wanted at least 3k to replace it hence me searching for a cheaper and more reliable system. I did extensive research and Eufy cameras seemed to be the best. I have to say I’ve been very impressed with the whole set up. The cameras have great field of view which meant I didn’t need as many and the images are HD quality. The homebase can be programmed to certain hours of the day or week so that the system doesn’t keep triggering which is useful. When triggered, the cameras will make an audible alarm and, if at night, will switch on a light. I charged the cameras when I first received them and I’ve only just needed to charge them which is almost 2 months later and they’ve triggered a lot so battery life is great. To watch the cameras or review any recorded clips you need to download the app which is very easy to use. The only negative is that there can sometimes be a delay between a camera triggering and the app on your phone alerting you but that’s not a show stopped for me, I think you need to expect that from any phone app based cctv system.
    Overall I’m really happy with this system, it’s better than our previous home CCTV and was considerably cheaper, plus, you can add additional cameras if you ever need to.

  44. PYMNTS says:

     United Kingdom

    We’ve had a home cctv system for a number of years that had become outdated and the security company wanted at least 3k to replace it hence me searching for a cheaper and more reliable system. I did extensive research and Eufy cameras seemed to be the best. I have to say I’ve been very impressed with the whole set up. The cameras have great field of view which meant I didn’t need as many and the images are HD quality. The homebase can be programmed to certain hours of the day or week so that the system doesn’t keep triggering which is useful. When triggered, the cameras will make an audible alarm and, if at night, will switch on a light. I charged the cameras when I first received them and I’ve only just needed to charge them which is almost 2 months later and they’ve triggered a lot so battery life is great. To watch the cameras or review any recorded clips you need to download the app which is very easy to use. The only negative is that there can sometimes be a delay between a camera triggering and the app on your phone alerting you but that’s not a show stopped for me, I think you need to expect that from any phone app based cctv system.
    Overall I’m really happy with this system, it’s better than our previous home CCTV and was considerably cheaper, plus, you can add additional cameras if you ever need to.

  45. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    As some kind person was leaving odd items at our front door – the last thing was a fairly new front light cluster for a VW car of some type – I though I’d get these to see who it was so I could thank them. So far nothing has turned up. 🙂 They did video some children around our cars at 2:45 am one morning so there….

    They are easy to set up, charge first then link to the controller, the instruction manual is very good.

    I used steps to screw the bases for the cameras to the wall at a decent hight so someone would not be able to pull them down. I’ve set my cameras either side of our small drive way and they cover the whole area nicely. You can set separate privacy zones for each camera using the downloadable app. They are ok but because they are variation on a square it’s difficult to cover a precise area. It would be much better if they could be made into odd shapes rather than just a square.

    The cameras are excellent, or at least the video from them is. Really good colour in daylight and B&W at night. The night alert can either use IR, white light or both. I use IR only and find the pic excellent. You can use them to view what is going on at anytime, you don’t need to wait for an alert.

    The cameras have a speech function as well, you should have seen the postman jump when I told him where to leave a parcel one time when we were not at home.

    The cameras ping your phone when they activate which can get a bit annoying if Sainsburys are delivering or you have lots of guests – each alert videos a segment at whatever length you have set it too – but you can turn them off within the app.

    The app is very straightforward to used for all camera functions. EUFY quote 180 days between battery charges but this will depend on how active the cameras are, I get about 130 days. To charge they really need to be taken down and contacted to the controller I find as they take some hours to recharge.

    No monthly charge and overall a really good bit of kit, recommended.

  46. AlejandroEchols says:

     United Kingdom

    As some kind person was leaving odd items at our front door – the last thing was a fairly new front light cluster for a VW car of some type – I though I’d get these to see who it was so I could thank them. So far nothing has turned up. 🙂 They did video some children around our cars at 2:45 am one morning so there….

    They are easy to set up, charge first then link to the controller, the instruction manual is very good.

    I used steps to screw the bases for the cameras to the wall at a decent hight so someone would not be able to pull them down. I’ve set my cameras either side of our small drive way and they cover the whole area nicely. You can set separate privacy zones for each camera using the downloadable app. They are ok but because they are variation on a square it’s difficult to cover a precise area. It would be much better if they could be made into odd shapes rather than just a square.

    The cameras are excellent, or at least the video from them is. Really good colour in daylight and B&W at night. The night alert can either use IR, white light or both. I use IR only and find the pic excellent. You can use them to view what is going on at anytime, you don’t need to wait for an alert.

    The cameras have a speech function as well, you should have seen the postman jump when I told him where to leave a parcel one time when we were not at home.

    The cameras ping your phone when they activate which can get a bit annoying if Sainsburys are delivering or you have lots of guests – each alert videos a segment at whatever length you have set it too – but you can turn them off within the app.

    The app is very straightforward to used for all camera functions. EUFY quote 180 days between battery charges but this will depend on how active the cameras are, I get about 130 days. To charge they really need to be taken down and contacted to the controller I find as they take some hours to recharge.

    No monthly charge and overall a really good bit of kit, recommended.

  47. BrittI06ng says:

     United Kingdom

    As some kind person was leaving odd items at our front door – the last thing was a fairly new front light cluster for a VW car of some type – I though I’d get these to see who it was so I could thank them. So far nothing has turned up. 🙂 They did video some children around our cars at 2:45 am one morning so there….

    They are easy to set up, charge first then link to the controller, the instruction manual is very good.

    I used steps to screw the bases for the cameras to the wall at a decent hight so someone would not be able to pull them down. I’ve set my cameras either side of our small drive way and they cover the whole area nicely. You can set separate privacy zones for each camera using the downloadable app. They are ok but because they are variation on a square it’s difficult to cover a precise area. It would be much better if they could be made into odd shapes rather than just a square.

    The cameras are excellent, or at least the video from them is. Really good colour in daylight and B&W at night. The night alert can either use IR, white light or both. I use IR only and find the pic excellent. You can use them to view what is going on at anytime, you don’t need to wait for an alert.

    The cameras have a speech function as well, you should have seen the postman jump when I told him where to leave a parcel one time when we were not at home.

    The cameras ping your phone when they activate which can get a bit annoying if Sainsburys are delivering or you have lots of guests – each alert videos a segment at whatever length you have set it too – but you can turn them off within the app.

    The app is very straightforward to used for all camera functions. EUFY quote 180 days between battery charges but this will depend on how active the cameras are, I get about 130 days. To charge they really need to be taken down and contacted to the controller I find as they take some hours to recharge.

    No monthly charge and overall a really good bit of kit, recommended.

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