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TP-Link Pan/Tilt Security Camera with 360 Degree Rotational Views

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Protect your home and keep watch over those you care about most. TP-Link Tapo Smart Pan Tilt Security Camera is designed to deliver clear 1080p video the moment you start streaming, keeping you connected to your home anywhere you go. With 360° rotational and 114° vertical views, the pan tilt camera can monitor every angle of any room. Tapo C200 send notification to your phone every time it senses motion or sound. Pairs with Amazon Alexa and Google Home, so you can use your voice to control it even when your hands are full.

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GreatDealsFind
GreatDealsFind21 days ago

Long back , i have bought security camera for £120. Now the price is very less. Planning to buy one more

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DanielleDejonge
DanielleDejonge21 days ago

Will look into these, look like a great price

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garygemmell
garygemmell21 days ago

Not so great when you find you cannot control them with a web browser like you used to on the old 720p cameras and to add insult to injury if you want full functionality you have to pay for CLOUD STORAGE - All these new ipcams are a ripoff UNLESS they support ONVIF technology which makes them more useable.

Without the web browser functionality you will have to keep removing the tf card if you want to store your videos or view them - using a phone app is a pain when the old ipcams were useable anywhere in the world with a web browser now they tie you down to using a smartphone and paying for cloud ripoff storage.

Not to mention when the seller goes out of business and the app stops working your camera is no more than a doorstop!

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garygemmell
garygemmell21 days ago

I hate these new 1080p so called cloud ipcams = Not so great when you find you cannot control them with a web browser like you used to on the old 720p cameras and to add insult to injury if you want full functionality you have to pay for CLOUD STORAGE - All these new ipcams are a ripoff UNLESS they support ONVIF technology which makes them more useable.

Without the web browser functionality you will have to keep removing the tf card if you want to store your videos or view them on your pc - using a phone app is a pain when the old ipcams were useable anywhere in the world with a web browser now they tie you down to using a smartphone and paying for cloud ripoff storage.

Not to mention when the seller goes out of business and the app stops working your camera is no more than a doorstop!

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