|Manufacturer||Wyze Labs, Inc.|
|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.2 x 2 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||WYZEC2X2|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Power Source||Corded electric|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Plug Profile||Wall Mount|
|Included Components||2x Wyze Cam, 2x USB cord, 2x Outlet plug, 2x Metal mounting plate, 2x Adhesive tape|
|Warranty Description||1-year limited warranty|
Wyze Cam 1080p HD Indoor WiFi Smart Home Camera with Night Vision, 2-Way Audio, Works with Alexa & the Google Assistant (Pack of 2), White - WYZEC2X2
|Video Capture Resolution||1080p|
|Wireless Communication Technology||Wi-Fi|
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- 1080P Full HD live stream direct to your smartphone day or night with night vision (up to 30 feet away). works with 2. 4GHz Wi-Fi networks (does not support 5GHz Wi-Fi)
- Motion tagging technology detects and outlines motion in both live stream and playback video modes
- Wyze Cam automatically records a 12-second Event Video when it detects motion or sounds. Videos are securely uploaded to the AWS cloud via end-to-end encryption and are accessible for 14 days — no subscription or monthly fees required.
- Continuous recording with local storage - Wyze Cam supports local storage of recordings to a microSD card (sold separately). Play back videos with your Wyze app to solve life’s mysteries. Local Storage - Supports 8GB, 16GB and 32GB microSD cards in FAT32 format
- Magnetic base, 6-foot power cable and included adhesive metal plate let you mount your Wyze Cam anywhere - no screws required.Field of View:110° lens
- Works with Alexa and Google Assistant: ask your voice assistant to show your front door, kids room, or anywhere else you have your Wyze Cam
- Video - H.264 encoding. Day time video: 15 FPS. Night vision: 10 FPS. Night Vision - 4 IR LEDs (850nm) | Illuminates up to 29.6 feet (9 meters)
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|Item Dimensions||2.2 x 2 x 2 inches||2.51 x 2.24 x 3.93 inches||6.4 x 3.2 x 2.9 inches||2.24 x 2.24 x 4.11 inches|
Wyze Cam V2 delivers fast, clear, live stream footage direct to your smartphone via the wyze app (iOS and Android), day or night. With motion and sound detection you can receive an alert anytime your wyze Cam V2 detects sound and motion, and view up to 14 days of saved alert videos for free - no monthly fees or subscription required. Use the wyze Cam v2’s new motion tagging feature to easily identify motion in both live stream and playback video modes. Plus, you can add an 8GB, 16GB or 32GB microSD card (sold separately) to enable continuous recording and schedule custom time lapse videos, and use 2-way audio to talk and listen through your wyze Cam V2. Use the wyze app to manage and view multiple cameras, share your cameras with other users, view alert videos, and record and share photos and videos directly from the app. The wyze Cam V2 must be powered to use (it does not have a battery), and is designed for indoor use (it is not weatherproof). Power Adapter Input - 110-240V (AC/DC). WiFi: 802.11 b/g/n 2.4GHz (Does not support 5GHz network) Supports WPA and WPA2 protocols
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I ordered the 2-pack of Wyze Cam v2 for about $50. Powered up the first one and connected to it via the Wyze app on my iPhone. (Connecting means establishing a WiFi link from the phone to the camera so I can see its video, hear its audio, change its settings, etc.) Sometimes it connects, sometimes it doesn't. Sometimes when I change the resolution or other setting the camera disconnects. A few times I was completely unable to connect/reconnect until I restarted the iPhone app and/or cycled power to the camera. Basically I found the connection process to be buggy and unreliable. In addition, after testing for a while I realized I had no sound incoming from the first camera. Seems like a hardware failure with the microphone. So essentially the first camera is physically broken on arrival and needs to be replaced.
I powered up the second camera of the 2-pack and had similar problems with connectivity but at least the microphone is working and I can hear incoming sound. The connectivity problems persist with both cameras even with the camera firmware and iOS app updated to the latest versions and a 32GB microSD class 10 card installed in each one.
Sadly, it seems you get what you pay for. I've opened a support ticket with Wyze to see what they can do about replacing the camera with the bad microphone. Based on how that goes I'll either keep them or return them to Amazon.
UPDATE: I contacted support. I told them what was wrong with lots of details. They basically ignored the details and asked for everything all over again. Told them again. Sent more info during some back-and-forth. Finally they said they'd put me in touch with their team for a replacement. And then... nothing. Haven't heard from them since. Haven't gotten a replacement. They completely dropped the ball. So basically their customer service is on par with their product: Cheap, shoddy and broken. I'm going to return the product to Amazon and leave up this 1-star review so people will know what they're getting into.
But for the price, it’s a really nifty monitoring system for non-critical applications, and a lot of thought and design have gone into the product (again, considering the price). Given that you have the correct wi-fi system, the setup is easy and straightforward. The camera is as described with good color and reasonable resolution. On a smart phone, the image looks crystal clear. However, on closer zoom examination, the transmitted image is noticeably degraded with compression artifacts, and thus the ability to recognize faces, license numbers, and the like will be somewhat limited to subjects within 10 or 15 feet of the camera. The night vision works well (black and white), and the built-in infrared lights nicely illuminate a typical room (of course, getting darker with distance). Note that you can’t point the camera through a window at night and use the built-in infrared lights – they reflect horribly on the glass. But the app allows you to turn them off. The microphone and speaker provide intelligible audio within a reasonably sized room. It’s not high quality, but it’s usable.
The free cloud file service is a good idea, but for any reasonable use, you will want to get the optional on-board micro-SD card. The cloud storage drawback becomes very apparent due to the 12-second limit on uploaded files coupled with what they call the five-minute cooling off period between uploads. Thus, when some event triggers an upload, such as a person breaking in to your house, the recording ends before the real event occurs (such as that person rifling through all your belongings). I suspect the ‘cooling off period’ is really just a euphemism for data throttling to keep on-line storage to a manageable size. But with the on-board micro-SD card, that problem is solved – it’ll keep recording as long as it sees something happening. (But pay attention to the specs for the card – I bought the Wyze card just to be safe since they guarantee it.)
The camera is also capable of time lapse video via an easily configurable app interface. However, I find that it’s buggy and unreliable since the resulting videos are often not accessible via the app. I’ve seen other on-line complaints about this, and the most common fix is to reformat the SD card. Unfortunately, that fix isn’t permanent (in my experience), and the problem isn’t apparent until after you’ve spent hours or days hoping to capture some one-of-a-kind event.
The camera is designed to be used indoors. Some users, me included, use it outdoors. I purchased a tight-fitting enclosure to mount up under an eave, which ought to protect them from direct rain and snow, but I don’t have the expectation that they will last for years in that configuration.
I had one encounter with their support team. I submitted a request to their on-line customer service system, and a knowledgeable and friendly tech responded within a day. The whole issue was settled with a couple of guided troubleshooting exchanges, and I received a new camera in less than a week from the first contact.
In summary, it’s a very cost-effective and useful system for non-critical applications. The system and app seem to be a work in progress, and occasional problems elicit the wrath of users, but the company is generally responsive to problems. So for watching the dogs at home, documenting a storm, etc., it’s a good product. The Wyze development team has done a good job given the cost limitations, and I have subsequently bought three more.
By Cali in the valley on April 5, 2019
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Wyze blame it on Amazon for selling the devices internationally.
-good picture quality
-it might give you a hard time with microSD card
-app is the worst part. They should redo it and try and make it a lot more intuitive.
-"schedule" should have more options such as day of the week choices. Example, turned off on weekends and on
during certain times during the week.
-Won't work during power outage. (no battery)
update, 5 minute cooling off period makes this camera a toy. A lot can happen in 5 minutes and that delay between recordings and alerts is ridiculous. Get real Wyze.