# random


07/13/2021, 10:37 AM
I want to install a couple of security cameras in my house which can send me the captured feed via a network remotely anywhere. How do I go about this? any cost effective methods?


07/13/2021, 10:40 AM
I have a few Wyze cams which I smuggled from the US and they work really well. TP Link Tapo cameras work really well too and are cheap in India. About 1600 bucks a pop. I recently bought 6 of them for our school. The app is great as well and I think it has cloud recording as well though I have mot explored that yet. I have SD cards in them for now. Update: Okay. The app does not have a cloud recording option though their description says it did. So if you want that, then possibly not an option.


07/13/2021, 10:48 AM
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07/13/2021, 11:19 AM
Using Imou cameras has also been a good experience (but they have a costly cloud storage plan) The app is nice and you get human detection alerts pretty fast. You need to have them connected over decent internet 24x7 to access its feed from anywhere. Has an android/ios app and also windows app if you want to set it up on a desktop.


07/13/2021, 2:23 PM
I've been using Realme cams to watch my Dog's area and the front porch. Has been working pretty well for almost a year now.


07/16/2021, 3:23 AM
I’ve been using TP-Link’s Tapo cameras for a while now. No cloud recordings but works well otherwise. No major complaints. Just ensure that your power and internet supply can’t be tampered with easily.