Wyze Cam 1080p HD Indoor WiFi Smart Home Camera with Night Vision, 2-Way Audio, Works with Alexa & the Google Assistant, White, 1-Pack
- Live Stream from Anywhere in 1080p -1080p Full HD live streaming lets you see inside your home from anywhere in real time using your mobile device. While live streaming, use two-way audio to speak with your friends and family through the Wyze app.
- Motion/Sound Recording with Free Cloud Storage - Wyze Cam can automatically record a 12-second video clip when motion or sound is detected and saves that video to the cloud for 14-days, for free. Mobile push notifications can be enabled so you’re only alerted when something is detected letting you stay on top of things without having to constantly monitor the app. Or, record continuously to a MicroSD card (sold separately) regardless of motion and sound. Compatible with 8GB, 16GB, or 32GB FAT32 MicroSD cards.
- See in the dark - Night vision lets you see up to 30’ in absolute darkness using 4 infrared (IR) LEDs. Note: IR does not work through glass windows.
- Voice Controlled? You got it! - Works with Alexa and Google Assistant (US only) so you can use your voice to see who’s at your front door, how your baby’s doing, or if your 3D printer has finished printing. Wyze Cam is only compatible with the 2. 4GHz WiFi network (does not support 5GHz Wi-Fi) and Apple (iOS) and Android mobile devices.
- Share with those who care - One Wyze Cam can be shared with multiple family members so everyone can have access to its live stream and video recordings. Just have your family members download the Wyze app and invite them to your account. Camera sharing can also be easily removed.
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2 points • Psychogoldfishi
Create a playlist on YouTube of parakeets singing and let it play for the 3 days. You should be able to leave enough food and water
If possible have someone change the food and water daily but if not they will be ok. Set up a camera on them so you can watch and talk to them https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076H3SRXG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_p9VjFbHSXZ8E1
You could take them with you if you have an rv
2 points • UnusuallyOptimistic
Yes, although to be clear, you linked to a 3-pack of camera mounts, not the actual cameras themselves.
Edit: here is the actual camera
2 points • FavorableMadness
I think you want an IP camera. Something like this... although I haven’t used this kind. It pretty cheap though.
Wyze Cam 1080p HD Indoor WiFi Smart Home Camera with Night Vision, 2-Way Audio, Works with Alexa & the Google Assistant, White, 1-Pack https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076H3SRXG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_dlT2_70p6FbVGQNKAW
Alternatively find a used baby video monitor. These are in general a complete waste of money but I bet they can be found used. I don’t know if it could get much cheaper than the link above though?!
2 points • SIumptGod
Wyze cams don’t go into the walls themselves and they’re relatively cheap on Amazon, don’t follow that rule it’s quite ridiculous. They also work as fire alarms and I believe carbon monoxide as well?
Wyze Cam 1080p HD Indoor Wireless Smart Home Camera with Night Vision, 2-Way Audio, Works with Alexa & the Google Assistant, One Pack, White - WYZEC2 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076H3SRXG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_eUdVEb2KWCYK2
2 points • autolex84
Okay so here's a quick and dirty. Put one of THESE on a public "wish list" and i'll pay for it (DM me the link if you want, or just post it in this thread). This way Amazon is the only one that knows your address.
If you can, either turn off the IR lights and put it on a windowsill, or put it outside somewhere you can get power to it. Cameras will tell a lot of things; you can put them in without "installing them" as they're temporary.
2 points • brutal_noodle_22
Here ya go! I hope that works!
I've had these for 2 years now and even have one outside in my chicken coop with an outdoor case on it that's doing great. They're great!
2 points • GeraltOfRivian
I second the recommendation on the Wyze cam. It's the best bang for the buck right now. The two weeks worth of rolling footage is perfect because you really don't need more than that.
2 points • oheyitsmoe
Wyze Cam. We love it.
2 points • buster284
Yeah, I'll link it
4 points • Potat4o
That's weird because it says I purchased one ... ?
Somehow the wrong images were put on the product page.
1 points • alfdiq
Same plus it has a time lapse feature, which is awesome. $25 bucks https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076H3SRXG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_hrXcFbHBGG3FT
1 points • Gutler
Wyze makes pretty good cameras and they arent to expensive
1 points • its-me-nicole
Here’s the one i have. Good luck! Wyze Indoor Cam
1 points • ExoticCreaturesCraft
The normal wyze camera! I got it off amazon :) https://www.amazon.com/Wyze-Indoor-Wireless-Detection-Assistant/dp/B076H3SRXG/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=wyzd+camera&qid=1592003060&sprefix=wyzd&sr=8-3
1 points • TrickyPistola
This is the link they sent me.
1 points • EstroJen
I hope this doesn't break any rules. Wyze cam like what I got for Christmas.
It's got really good resolution, all it needs is an outlet and access to wifi, has good night vision too.
1 points • JJMcG35x
Wyze Cam 1080p HD Indoor Wireless Smart Home Camera with Night Vision, 2-Way Audio, Works with Alexa & the Google Assistant, One Pack, White - WYZEC2 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076H3SRXG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_tKqoEb2NB5H1Q
1 points • icyhotonmynuts
You think she's made of money? Try a $30 Wyze cam. 1080p, motion detection and works day or night
1 points • TTGmaDz
1 points • leflyingfish
You can also use a Wyze cam as a webcam, just plug it into your computer https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076H3SRXG
1 points • Mentalv
Shows up for me.
Wyze Cam 1080p HD Indoor Wireless Smart Home Camera with Night Vision, 2-Way Audio, Works with Alexa & the Google Assistant, One Pack, White - WYZEC2 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076H3SRXG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_nvQhEbCBRA3A0
1 points • Namdolorian
Hope I’m allowed to link things but this is the one I have Wyze camera I freaking love it. For the price it’s 100x worth it. I live about one hour from my plants so it’s so nice to be able to check on them anytime, anywhere, and whenever I want. Time lapses are great (heads up you need micro SD card to record them) and the picture quality is great keeping the price in mind. Overall, it’s been one of my favorite purchases for my tent. :)
1 points • zoeyjax
You could record him and catch him. These were inexpensive and can set to record events.
3 points • BlankPaigeq
The Golf Ball Mystery
Hey boys, just want to preface by saying that I don't have a full understanding of this story, but this is what I think could be happening. McKenna said that she lives in Connecticut and as a fellow New Englander, I know that there is a very large amount of wildlife in the woods here, and in particular lots of raccoons, bears, and squirrels. There's also gophers and woodchucks (are those the same thing?), plus foxes. As said in the podcast, squirrels are too small and I feel as though bears are way too large, plus it's pretty easy to spot one in your yard. However, (I think I already saw someone mention this) foxes sound like a very suspicious culprit, or raccoons. There was a fox in Mass a couple years ago that stole golf balls (here's the story). However, it could also be turkeys. There are so so so many of them around here and they can also fly. It could also be seagulls. It could be a lot of things. Anyway, 7 years is a very long time for golf balls to be showing up, so I think that it would have to be an animal with a longer lifespan. Foxes, racoons, and wild turkeys only have lifespans of about 2 - 5 years so that would be less likely. Seagulls however have a lifespan of 10 - 15 years, and having been around the seagulls that live here, they love to steal stuff. They mostly steal food, but who knows, maybe they'd be inclined to steal golf balls for some reason. They really like wide, open spaces like parking lots, but the picture of McKenna's yard makes it seem pretty large, so if there are seagulls around, I think that they'd be the most likely culprit.
Also, if you're reading this McKenna (hopefully that's how you spell your name!), you should put up a camera in your yard and try and record what's happening. Here's a pretty cheap camera that says it has night vision, although it is for indoor recording.
TL;DR Personally, I think that seagulls are the most likely culprits, or possibly raccoons/foxes
1 points • cornfedgamer
I haven't bought it yet, so I cant recommend it, but I was looking at this Wyze Camera. Especially since I found a STL to incorporate it into the Butter Robot from Rick and Morty.
1 points • SarnXero
get a camera to put at your front door
1 points • kejar31
That is a Wyze camera
Wyze Cam 1080p HD Indoor WiFi Smart Home Camera with Night Vision, 2-Way Audio, Works with Alexa & the Google Assistant, White, 1-Pack https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076H3SRXG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_fabc_OY9VFbVYCE1HD
It has been re-flashed to work as a standalone webcam to work with octoprint
1 points • VascularShaft
Wyze cam is fantastic and worth the price imo. I got mine with a micro SD card and have days worth of playback. Sometimes playback is slow but it still works. App is straightforward and I haven't had any issues.
1 points • Habibihany
Look into getting a Wyze Cam if that's the route you want to take. They are about $25 for the base model and they are great quality. Plus they have built in time lapse mode which would be awesome to see with a system like this.
1 points • lukebentuck
Works with Google and Alexa, and every major "real" hub that I know of. I also use mine outdoors in covered areas, and have never had an issue, even in subzero temps.
Wyze Cam 1080p HD Indoor Wireless Smart Home Camera with Night Vision, 2-Way Audio, Works with Alexa & the Google Assistant, One Pack, White - WYZEC2 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076H3SRXG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_f2SwEb8NQPM4D
1 points • hackintosh_throwaway
1 points • Kr_Treefrog2
A Wyze camera is only $25 and connects to your WiFi. You can stream live footage to your phone or tablet. Doesn’t stream to PCs though as there’s no web interface. Still, excellent little camera for the price.
3 points • SwissyVictory
Not a company but Wyze is free after you buy the cameras and you can monitor them through an app on your phone. It sends you a notification along with a 5 second clip whenever it detects movement. Camera's are $25 each right now on amazon, so you can get 4 for $100.
We have one that we point at our living room while we are on vacation to make sure the cats are okay and the house isn't ransacked.
1 points • Uf-Dah
1 points • JuicyJimothy
1 points • PFULMTL
Reminder: Lock your bike, even if it's indoors. Also good wireless cameras can be bought for very cheap.
1 points • pastfox
I think the coupon was right under the price
1 points • karmakittencaketrain
i bought a wyze camera and it works really well, i was able to mount it inside their tank and it records all of their movement at night: https://www.amazon.com/Wyze-Indoor-Wireless-Detection-Assistant/dp/B076H3SRXG
this is the v2 camera. the v3 just had a preorder and is supposed to ship in a month or two. the v3 is supposedly better, but i dont mind spending the money on the v2 and then upgrading later.
its now part of my morning routine to check the camera recordings when i wake up and see how active he was while we slept. it really helps me to be patient with how much they hide and how skittish they still are.
1 points • xyzzzzy
Wyze is cheapest. Not best, but can’t beat it for what you get for $25
Wyze Cam 1080p HD Indoor Wireless Smart Home Camera with Night Vision, 2-Way Audio, Works with Alexa & the Google Assistant, One Pack, White - WYZEC2 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076H3SRXG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_fab_RNBGFbZ2G4Z00
1 points • alanqforgothispasswo
Wyze Cam 1080p HD Indoor Wireless... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076H3SRXG?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
1 points • nukem73
Wyze cam I saw another guy using. Cheap, easy to set up hd cam. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076H3SRXG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_RCCaFbKY092E4
1 points • manangma
It’s a Wyze camera. The only downside of the camera is that you have to pay for a subscription, but otherwise it’s a great camera for watching my little gecko. Here’s where I bought it: Wyze Cam 1080p HD Indoor Wireless... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076H3SRXG?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
1 points • Skipadee2
Realistically, RBI can’t do magic and envision what’s causing the noise. The only way to figure it out is either by seeing it yourself, or setting up a camera. Of course you don’t have a security camera - 90% of the time when someone is advised to get a security camera, they have to go buy one. But they’re like $30. The iPhone 4 camera is absolutely horrid so I don’t know what you would even be able to see in the dark with that. Not to mention if you have any photos, apps, messaging, etc someone could get into.
1 points • bacteriababy
1 points • pickleinthepaint
They're fairly cheap at this point, it's called Wyze and it's 25$
1 points • imalwaysred
I use this Wyze camera
Wyze Cam 1080p HD Indoor Wireless Smart Home Camera with Night Vision, 2-Way Audio, Works with Alexa & the Google Assistant, One Pack, White - WYZEC2 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076H3SRXG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_C8ZREbWPEBNMC
1 points • xpkranger
Was going to say a wyze cam does the same thing and is much cheaper at $25, but you've already got a camera. Maybe more coverage?
1 points • WhatTheHelloThere
If you haven't already considered one, maybe throw in a cheap webcam. I have aWyze cam I bought off amazon for $25 that I hang in the tent. If you have an extra temp/humidity display, find a place to mount it where the camera can see and you can check on your plants remotely.
I use this feature daily just to see how the ladies are doing when I can't visit them.
1 points • polypeptide147