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In the past few weeks, eufy, Anker's smart home brand, has presented various surveillance cameras. Models with LED light are also available for the dark season. These are the eufy L20 camera with a Full HD 1080p resolution, the eufy L40 camera with 2K resolution and the Floodlight Cam 2 Pro with a 360 ° swiveling 2K camera. The app, which is used, among other things, to access the camera and monitor the property remotely, can trigger a flash and an alarm with a volume of 90 to 100 decibels. You can find more information in this post.
The fact that it gets light later and dark earlier also means that criminals can tamper with the house and property at very different times than in summer. To prevent or at least record a break-in, you can use surveillance cameras, which ideally have their own lights or floodlights.
I have already linked two of these models to you above. These can be controlled via the associated app on the smartphone or tablet and can also be used to deter criminals - via lights and alarms. The LED floodlight of the eufy Floodlight Cam 2 Pro creates 3.000 lumens. This means that color photos with 2K resolution are also possible at night.
In addition to the models described in more detail above, the anchor brand eufy, of which there have been various smart home solutions since 2016, has presented a few more security and surveillance cameras this year. In addition to the Floodlight device, the L20 and L40 already mentioned belong to the so-called SoloCam series.
This also includes the E20 and E40 - outdoor cameras without light, but also with up to 2K resolution and alarm. The S40 model brings its own solar cells for the power supply. A corresponding panel can be purchased separately for the other models. Here is the overview:
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