[New Release] Eufy Security 2K UHD Video Doorbell

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#21

I really like this one!


#22

Yeah, that is an awesome feature of Ring… some neighbors have posted front door parcel thieves and other have shown some sketchy people doing sketchy things.


#23

One of my clients sent me a video of someone showing up at his home at 3:30 a.m. wearing a ghillie suit staring into the camera last year. They knew it was there and he still to this day has no idea who it was.


#24

Saw a similar news may be a few weeks back, happen on Bay Area :confused:


#25

3:15 am after his wife had just let their cat outside


#26

129$ I think


#27

That picture of the guy in the gillie suit is creepy.


#28

I’m thinking the price will be between $120 and $150


#29

I love it how it’s 2k now you can see your amazon delivery man in even more detail!!! :joy::joy::joy:


#30

Looks like Amazon now has it in stock for $159. Not a bad price. I like that it’s local storage as well. Ordered one!


#31

#32

Update

Now in stock and available to order on Amazon US for $159.99


#33

Looking thru the FCC docs, looks like the doorbell only works on 2.4ghz WiFi and on b/g/n? Would have hoped for at least AC. Wonder how that will affect performance and delay.


#34

That’s way to much money imho. I know it’s comparable to other brands, but they’re all too much.


#35

I didn’t see any info about:

  1. WiFi compatibility
  2. Local storage size (on-board only? Micro-SD?)
  3. The ability to save to another device/storage
  4. How does it mount?
  5. How is it powered

Very curious about this device but as of right now, way to many unknown variables.


#36

So I zoomed into the local storage image, and it says 4GB of something? Seems awkward in case you want to upgrade that, 4GB seems good for a couple clips. Hope it comes with H.265! With Eufy highlighted at Apple’s recent WWDC, I wouldn’t be surprised if this supports HomeKit too.


#37

I hope it can ring any Google Assistant speakers or smart displays that you have when it detects motion or gets rung!

From Google’s documentation, it seems like vendors can support that for connected doorbells.


#38

Wow that would be great :thumbsup:


#39

Good catch!! 4GB isn’t really much if we aren’t using x265 at 2560 x 1920 resolution…


#40

Can this connect with the Home Base?

I feel this is a no-brainer if you already have Eufy Cams.