Zmodo 1080p Security Camera System
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If you’re like me you probably want to know how much it costs monthly for cloud recording, after any trials expire. Per this page the cost is 7 days recording for $5/mo or $50/yr, or 30 days for $10/mo or $100/yr
Does it support internal storage? how to download recordings?
Will this work with Blue Iris software?
Thank you Astyanax for your comment.
Hi Youngowoot, The Zmodo 1080p Security Camera System is not designed to work with 3rd party software.
Hi Geicooooo, The Zmodo 1080p Security Camera System does not have internal storage. Recordings can be downloaded via the Zmodo mobile app, or from your PC when visiting https://user.myzmodo.com/user/login. The cloud is also available. For more information regarding the cloud please visit http://www.zmodo.com/cloud/.
So there’s no way to use them without your cloud services? Why would anyone want a security system that can be bypassed by cutting a single cable?
Zmodo only works with 2.4Ghz WiFi networks. This means that you need a router that allows you to have separately-named 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz networks.
I learned this the hard way with a Zmodo doorbell I purchased on Woot last fall. I have a Samsung SmartHub Router which broadcasts on both bands, but will not give them separate names.
I have one security camera that uses the Tend app to view it. Or you can go to https://app.isecurityplus.com/ to see the recordings. I’ll never buy another camera that doesn’t use 3rd party software or have a built in web server.
I’ve since bought Ubiquiti cameras and use their software NVR.
If you’re on a budget, you can build your own home security system using a Raspberry Pi (or other single board computer), a few cheap USB cameras and https://www.facebook.com/motioneyeos/.
motionEyeOS how-to: https://github.com/ccrisan/motioneyeos/wiki
Hi Thewacokid, The Zmodo 1080p Security Camera System can be viewed and controlled from anywhere using the Zmodo app. The cloud is an added feature and is not required to operate this system.
Zmodo123 - Does that mean the system will work in places where there is a local intranet that connects via wifi, but said intranet has no access to the World Wide Web via the Internet?
Cdozo, The Zmodo 1080p Security Camera System requires a password protected 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi in order to function. Your network needs at least 2 Mbps upload speed, and 4 Mbps upload speed when using the Zmodo Cloud.
I don’t own one of these, but I do own 7 Zmodo Sight 180 HD 1080p Wireless IP Home Security Surveillance Cameras. I like them - a lot. I own two homes and they allow me to keep an eye on both homes. No backup, but that is fine by me.
Will this system integrate with those 7 units? Will I lose any of the current functionality of my 7 cameras by adding one or two of these systems? (I was thinking one of these 2-camera systems in each home.)
Do these support IFTTT or Stringify either triggers or actions?
JP3, That is great to hear. Adding additional cameras will not affect the functionality of your other units. There is no limit to the number of devices that can be connected to the Zmodo app.
Hi Logan5nx, The Zmodo 1080p Security Camera System may not connect with IFTTT or Stringify directly, however it is compatible with Amazon Alexa. Thanks
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Pretty sure that is one camera without the hub or sensors. But I could be wrong.