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damac Posted - 08/11/2018 : 05:21:59 AM

Arlo pro 2:
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The camera is operable only under AC power. A bit disappointing as these are advertised as fully wireless cameras.


one of my friend suggest me the Foscam E1 wire free IP camera ?

do you know how it is ?

or
Please suggest me another better one ?

thanks


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Demi Posted - 12/24/2018 : 10:19:07 PM
Foscam E1 is pretty good. it's 100% wireless if a camera with IP 65 waterproof and simple to install, they have listed the detailed instruction in their site, you can check here https://www.foscam.com/faqs/list.html?cateid=0&cid=16
Autonow Posted - 08/11/2018 : 09:09:15 AM
I just had 2 new foscam cameras fail. I have seen wireless cameras with battery packs not sure I’m a fan, a small ups is $30
Tell me what you find. I have been looking at axis and lorex

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