- 25%

eufy Security, eufyCam 2C 2-Cam Kit, Wireless Home Security System with 180-Day Battery Life, HomeKit Compatibility, 1080p HD, IP67, Night Vision,…

(8 customer reviews)

Original price was: $399.99.Current price is: $299.99.

Added to wishlistRemoved from wishlist 0
Add to compare
Last updated on July 13, 2024 3:15 am Details
  • Picture Perfect Surveillance – Live-stream and record footage in crystal clear 1080p HD. The 135° diagonal field of view allows you to see exactly what is happening in and around your home.
  • Half-Year Security from 1 Charge – Avoid frequent trips to charge the battery and enjoy 180-day battery life from just one charge.
  • Detailed Night Vision – View recordings or live footage in crisp clarity, even at night, for a clear view of who’s there.
  • The Alerts That Matter – Human detection technology enables the camera to intelligently detect body shape and face pattern. Ensuring you are only alerted when a person, and not a stray cat, approaches.
  • Ready for Any Weather – With an IP67 weatherproof-rating, eufyCam 2C is built to withstand the elements.

Specification: eufy Security, eufyCam 2C 2-Cam Kit, Wireless Home Security System with 180-Day Battery Life, HomeKit Compatibility, 1080p HD, IP67, Night Vision,…

Batteries

1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)

Product Dimensions

8.12 x 4.79 x 5.69 cm, 635.03 Grams

Date First Available

Sept. 10 2019

Manufacturer

Eufy

Place of Business

MANHATTAN BEACH, CA, 90266 US

Item model number

T8831

8 reviews for eufy Security, eufyCam 2C 2-Cam Kit, Wireless Home Security System with 180-Day Battery Life, HomeKit Compatibility, 1080p HD, IP67, Night Vision,…

4.3 out of 5
4
3
0
1
0
Write a review
Show all Most Helpful Highest Rating Lowest Rating
  1. BobS

    So before I start, I want to know why everyone who did audio and text reviews on the web has not mentioned the points I’m going to bring up… 1- Bad sound and 2- it’s really hard to get the recorded audio stored somewhere else.. First the good side: -Cameras are easy to setup and link to the base station. The video images are quite good in normal day light but quality goes down in evening room lighting. The WIFI signal was impressive in my house with up to 25 feet through to another floor. D- Email Notices arrived quickly on my phone for each motion detection when you configure it to ping you – Viewing live from WIFI connections when even in a public WIFI area was not bad, doing it on my DATA plan was too expensive.
    These are the negatives of this 2 camera kit:
    1-Any audio recorded more than 12 feet away is distorted and not understandable. It’s hard to hear what people are talking about, very distorted sound, very narrow bandwith so like a really bad fishbowl sound–2- The Eufy android software lacks many basic features that should already be there ie: Select at same time multiple files to copy to Phone or Gmail or dropbox etc. Deleting multiple files at the same time, cannot be done. Bad news: Base station has an internal USB drive, but you cannot access it except through your phone app. 3-There is an external USB port on the back, but you cannot simply copy your recorded videos to it. It’s only for once the internal drive is full, so again, you cannot access it directly 4–Advertising a 180 day battery life I believe is wrong, especially if more than a few seconds of recordings happen every day. I recorded about 40 or 50 events a day and after one week, the battery indicator on each camera was down by one bar, I would not make it to 6 months and your drive would likely be deleting the oldest videos without your knowledge.
    Details: If a company puts a microphone into a camera, the audio recorded should be easy to understand, for crying out loud, it’s a security camera, you want to hear what is going on, and if you try to talk to someone in the camera range, they have to be quite close as the volume is low. One camera competitor offers an input and output jack on the back of their cameras to add an external microphone, but this “sound” input might also need a powered microphone, so am still looking around because frankly at the size of the microphone hole, you cannot expect too much.
    So to conclude, having to plug in these cameras that would not make it to six months, when you mounted them 10 feet in the air, would not be fun to recharge! The two cameras were tested at various levels of motion detection for both humans only and everything. They were also tested at the three lengths of recording times that can be done, around 20 seconds, up to 60 seconds or up to 2 minutes. None of the recordings under various configurations ever lasted that long if subject moves past 16 feet away, some videos even cut out while someone was walking 12 feet across the front of the camera and that was with a high level of detection. I lost confidence in these “security cameras”. Forget about a quick and easy transfer of video files to a computer or even to that external USB jack on the back. The base station does have an internal drive, which you cannot access directly, only through the phone app. but you cannot reach it except through your phone app, and they promote that external USB plug, but again, YOU CANNOT access it ! Sadly when I read and listened to all the reviews I thought that meant I could send the videos to that drive, but no, it’s an overflow only for when the internal drive is full. All video’s recorded have to be viewed on your phone one after the other or you can download them, one by one again, onto the phone, or send them, again only one by one, to some other location, like your email or Dropbox etc, not to your own hard drive, only to a specific brand of NAS drive with serious configurations to do. But, are you getting the hint that it’s going to take you a long time to download individually lots of videos.
    And ,to delete say an hour’s worth of multiple videos, you have to delete them, one by one, after you opened one of them, then you can click on delete.. real tedious .. you just cannot remove a more than one at a time or delete/reformat the whole drive in one shot! Even at high sensitivity, remember that if you are monitoring your back yard or the cam is in the house, anything past 16 feet will not register.

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  2. JORGE BALCAZAR

    Instalación súper fácil. Un poco lenta para detectar movimiento. Pero todo muy bien.

    Si la recomiendo.

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  3. Amazon Customer

    The C2 is the 6 month versus the 12 month battery but the image quality is the same 1080p.
    The range from base station to camera has not been an issue for me. I have one cam outside about 10m away and the other on another floor some 20m indoor.
    The Base has the 16GB storage built in so there is no SD card slot.
    Both the camera and the base can be set to alarm.
    The camera is very small but the LED when activated at night will switch the camera to Daylight mode but colour looks good even at a distance.
    The image and sound quality is good and the detection is excellent.
    The notifications to my smartphone are quick and unlike my Dlink cameras don’t ever drop out.
    If you need more than the two cameras I have not seen a way of purchasing a C2 cam on its own but you can get the Eufy E cam which is compatible with the C2 Base.
    Overall Very happy with the camera, range, setup and so far battery life.
    Great alternative to Arlo.

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  4. Daniel Bostic

    I travel for work almost every other week. I originally purchased the Blink camera system because I was thrilled with having month long battery life and the tiny profile cameras I could mount in the corner of my room.

    They served me well for a time, but like many people I began having major privacy concerns when Amazon purchased them. Eufy’s camera systems are different. No footage is uploaded to the cloud and instead all of your video lives locally on your device. Eufy claims it is encrypted, but I wish they would specify if their employees have any way to ever access the footage or not. Some clarification on the privacy end of things would help further set them apart from Blink and their other competitions.

    I decided to take a chance on the Eufy 2C after having an amazing experience with Eufy’s video doorbell.

    I’m so glad I did! The cameras are low profile and blend in easily in corners or even just mounted to walls. The base station is quite small and looks right at home next to my router, and the app works instantly with no headache. The cameras have crisp video and audio and Eufy provides easy-to-follow instructions for mounting. I do wish the mounts were magnetic or had a way to quickly remove the cameras for charging. Thankfully, after several days I haven’t gone down a single tick in battery life so I am hopeful charging will be few and far between. Notably missing is Homekit support and expandable storage, but Eufy promises us that both of these features are coming soon. They seem to have a good track-record for customer service so I am hopeful.

    Below I will provide some pros/cons but to be honest none of the cons are dealbreakers, just things I hope Eufy will consider for their next software updates and product iterations.

    This is the best security camera system I have ever used and one of the simplest setups as well. I can’t recommend this product enough! Go buy it!

    Pros:
    -GREAT video quality
    -Spotlight functionality
    -Seamless App and great wireless range
    -Good installation instructions
    -Battery life/USB charging
    -RTSP (record to your network or NAS!)
    -Clear audio & 2/way audio
    -Good nightvision performance
    -Recording light
    -Built-in sirens on each camera and homebase
    -AI detection means my pets don’t set off the cameras (THANK-YOU!)

    Cons:
    -No HomeKit Support
    -No Geofencing (Auto arm on leaving and disarm on arrival)
    -16GB/ No way to expand storage with USB or SD (yet)
    -Mounts are cumbersome, magnetic would be a lot easier to remove for charging
    -No way to re-arrange order of cameras in the app

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  5. César S.

    Muy fáciles de instalar, la imagen podría ser mejor, ya que la versión E, da una mejor resolución, sobre todo en modo nocturno, pero son buena adquisición.

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  6. Patrick Bradley

    This is my first wireless camera system. I thought about going wired but just had new insulation blown in my attic and didn’t want to disrupt the insulation. I would have given this system five starts but it really needs a range extender that Eufy doesn’t have available yet. The range on the cameras could be better. I knew there would be limitations with range but didn’t realize I could turn a corner and take one step and signal would drop out from three out of four bars to zero.
    Besides the range the cameras are great. Image quality and Night vision seem good enough. Being able to remotely monitor my house and hear what the camera hears is really nice. I can remotely activate the flood light and camera/Homebase alarm on it which is pretty bright and even talk through the cameras.
    The Home Base 2 is very small and is nice that it can be wireless to my router so it can be moved in to a more optimum location so the cameras have better signal to the base.

    I currently have four EufyCam 2cs and they are all working and I haven’t experienced any issues pulling live video up on the Eufy app. When I initially installed the cameras one of the four would not send a notification nor record video when it detected motion. You could tell it saw motion because the IR lights would activate when you walked in front of the camera. I just deleted the camera from the Homebase 2 and reinstalled and it has been working great sense.

    Long story short, the cameras are great and easy to install. They just need better range or a range extender to be able to place the cameras everywhere I want to.

    I was able to put one of the Eufy cams on my mailbox looking back at my house. A little black spray paint (no paint on the important parts of course) and some double sided tape do wonders.

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  7. Cliente de Amazon

    El equipo es muy bueno, pero una de las cámaras no se podía conectar. La tienda siempre se portó de manera excelente y profesional, y de inmediato hicieron la devolución. De no haber sido por ese inconveniente me hubiera encantado el equipo.

    Nuevamente gracias a la tienda por su gran atención

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  8. Flagman

    This is my first foray into exterior home security cameras. I needed something that was fully wireless. I checked reviews for the Arlo and for the Eufy Cam E, and the Eufy seemed to be better rated. The 2C is a newer model which has higher resolution (1080p vs 720p for the Cam E). I purchased the 2 camera system which comes with base station and all mounting hardware. I installed one under the garage overhang showing a view of my front drive and walkway to my front entance door. I installed the other on a tree in my backyard showing a view of my deck, entrance to my shed and the complete back of my house including sliding door and kitchen window. I’ve included screen captures to show both views.
    The cameras work well in both daylight and at night. Nightvision works well, and each camera also has an LED “spotlight” that can be used to get full color night-time videos. Motion detection seems to work well and allow for settings for Human Detection or All. Motion detection areas can be defined by a rectangle (would be good if it could be an odd shape instead to allow for easy outlining of sidewalks and drives that may be at an angle to the camera view). The IOS app works well and provides alerts to your phone when a person is detected and records a video. Record time can be set to your preference – I have it set for optimal battery mode which reords 20 sec. of video. You can custoimize it to a longer time but battery life will be affected.
    I had an issue with one camera when the battery ran down to zero in less than 24 hours after a full charge (its supposed to last 6 months). I emailed Eufy tech support and they were very responsive, telling me they would send a firmware update which happended the next day. The camera has been fine now for over week so it looks that the issue is solved.
    I would highly recommend this system as an affordable kit that provides very good performance.

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this

    Add a review

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    eufy Security, eufyCam 2C 2-Cam Kit, Wireless Home Security System with 180-Day Battery Life, HomeKit Compatibility, 1080p HD, IP67, Night Vision,…
    eufy Security, eufyCam 2C 2-Cam Kit, Wireless Home Security System with 180-Day Battery Life, HomeKit Compatibility, 1080p HD, IP67, Night Vision,…

    Original price was: $399.99.Current price is: $299.99.

    What's Best logo

    © 2023 WhatsBest.

    WhatsBest.Ca is a division of Webzir Inc.

    Stay Connected

    About

    Store ratings and product reviews are submitted by online shoppers; they do not reflect our opinions and we have no responsibility for their content.

    WhatsBest.Ca
    Logo
    Compare items
    • Total (0)
    Compare
    0
    Shopping cart