Husky 1080P WiFi/PoE security bullet camera has a handful of great features, and the best part may be the great image quality it offers - day or night. The day time image quality is sharp and accurately colored, while the powerful IR LEDs offer great night vision.
As mentioned in the Mini Plus review
, the only negative I can really come up with is its lack of control over the video feed. While the app is very good, it is your only choice and you have no options to store video to a NAS. If you need to record somewhere other than the microSD card; EZVIZ's optional cloud recording costs $5.99/mo or $59.99/yr for 7 day back up, and $10.99/mo or $109.99/yr for 30 day. This is pretty pricey and about double the fee charged by Ring. For about $190, EZVIZ also offers their Vault
NVR which offers 1TB of storage and the ability to record from up to eight cameras. But if neither of these options appeal to you; you can also use the included microSD card to record locally or swap it out for a larger one (up to 128GB) if you need more back up. What you can't do is record directly to your NAS or other network device. But with that said there are few IP rated PoE cameras that can offer all these features for this price point. With microSD cards getting so cheap you can pick up a 128GB for about $40 and have quite a bit of historical data for a fairly low one-time cost.
With a current sales price of just under $100 at Newegg
, this is an economical choice for a PoE 1080P outdoor camera with local recording. The camera captures very good images during the day and the night vision is fantastic.
» Great image quality day and night
» Very strong IR source provides great night vision
» 1 year warranty
» Supports up to 128GB microSD cards
» No control over video feed to record locally or view through other apps
» Cost of cloud recording more than competition.
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