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Amazon Introduces Its Own Indoor Security Camera

Discussion in 'General Smart Home Discussion' started by Julio Urquidi, Oct 26, 2017.

  1. Julio Urquidi

    Julio Urquidi News Editor

    Apr 12, 2016
    Following closely on the coattails of its Amazon Key in-home delivery service, Amazon just added its Cloud Cam security camera to its growing list of smart home products.

    The new Amazon Cloud Cam can be installed as a mounted or free-standing wireless device with a feature set that includes 1080p full HD resolution, 120-degree field of view, two-way audio, night vision, motion detection, and 24/7 access to activity clips captured in the AWS cloud. After mobile notification is sent, homeowners can watch the cloud-captured footage via the free Amazon Cloud Cam app (available for both iOS and Android) or on Amazon’s own Echo Show, Echo Spot, Fire TV products, and Fire tablets.

    Aside from a free basic plan that includes 24 hours of saved footage for up to three cameras, optional Amazon Cloud subscriptions for the Cloud Cam are available in three subscription tiers:
    • Basic saves up to 7 days of motion detection clips, up to three cameras - $6.99/mo; $69/yr
    • Extended saves up to 14 days of motion detection clips, up to five cameras – $9.99/mo; $99/yr
    • Pro saves up to 30 days of motion detection clips, up to ten cameras - $19.99/mo; $199/yr
    Amazon Cloud Cam pre-order buttons are up now with shipping to US customers starting November 8th. Cloud Cams can be purchased individually ($119.99), in two-pack ($199.99), or in three-pack ($289.99) quantities. Special bundles are also available with other products, including Echo Show plus Cloud Cam ($299.98), and with the Amazon Key In-Home kit ($298.99 – $389.98) that includes a Cloud Cam (Key Edition) and one of three available compatible locks.
  2. Simba501

    Simba501 New Around Here

    Sep 22, 2014
    Anyone know if it has a home/away assist thing like Nest?
  3. System Error Message

    System Error Message Part of the Furniture

    Oct 14, 2014
    is it linked to alexa to spy on you :p
    I wonder if the cameras support saving video to a custom file server. My chinese made spy camera does.