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Hi,I have several cameras that look at a scene from different angles. Now I noticed that when an alarm was triggered by one camera, whether person or vehicle, it not necessarily triggered the alarm also on the other camera, maybe because of sensitivity settings, distance, object size, whatever...Personally I would find it very useful if you could link some cameras together, so if one registers an alarm it can tell the other camera to record also. Two viewing angles = better identification of intruder or whatever. That should not be a big issue in the same network, as the app for example can register cameras in the same network, so cameras could surely do the same. Or give the opportunity to put in specific IP adresses of linked cameras.Or maybe some kind of "broadcast" the camera sends to the local network and other devices can react. This maybe would also be helpful for an app notification on e.g. mobile phones if you use your cameras only within a local network or with VPN.So that's my wishlist
@reolink-fiona Doorbell, definitely, this is the next thing I personally need in the very near future. Motion tagging is surely helpful to understand in uncertain situations WHAT actually triggered the alarm. But this feature should be ON/OFF-able I think, if everything is clear than I don't really need a frame or whatever around the person in the picture.12MP Bullet with two-way and big FOV sounds also interesting, especially for long driveways or corridors...You know what... just send me everything for betatesting
@joseph-chircop_497308027822318 Well whats the little Siren Symbol then? The third one in scene mode?First is Push, second Record, third siren, 4th email?https://support.reolink.com/hc/en-us/articles/360026049414-How-to-Set-the-Scene-Mode-for-Your-CamerasJust curious without having checked by myself, because intuitively it means for me disable/enable siren...
Hello,in my country there are quite strict legal regulations about video surveillance.One is that it is not allowed to store data for longer than a certain period. Common jurisdiction states for example 72 hours. So that would mean, for a totally legal usage of the cameras, you would have to check for and delete data everyday that is older than 3 days.I would therefore like to see an optional function, that deletes those footage after a specific, editable period (preferrably in hours). So you can decide whether to
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@reolink-fiona Sorry did not get a notification about your answer, but thank you very much for your feedback!
OK guys, speed up! Whole wiring is already in place, just waiting to hit the "purchase" button Current doorbell malfunctioned again today, so it is really getting a hot topic here .
@u-p_490775914938525 das ist wohl kein Problem sondern ein Feature. Du vergleichst da zwei verschiedene Kameras. Deine Argus hat PIR Sensor, die E1 nicht. Die kann ohne dauerhaft angeschaltete IR Lichter schlecht was in der Nacht erkennen um Alarm auslösen zu können.
Veeeeeery nice . A small chance to get it even earlier. So application form sent
Hi,So I finally received my doorbell and it is good so far except a few needed tweaks But my biggest question is: when will be the chime available separately and at approximately which price as I need at least another one for better coverage.Thanks for quick reply
So far some input from my side too...
@Reolink-Fiona have you possibly got any infos regarding this? Even if vague?
Just received an email that the shipment will be delayed another 2 MONTHS!!You can't be serious? We - or at least I - have been patiently waiting for already a long time just to be notified about another waiting time till Christmas. I mean yeah nice present (I paid for) but still not satisfying to wait again. Especially as I sit here with a not really functional stone age door bell that needs to be replaced asap.I mean it's nice that we get offered a free SD card, but still I am currently very disappointed and sad Hopefully there will be a miracle yet and the shipment will be earlier...
@robert-leyzerovich_519547077562499 Isn't this mostly already included in scene mode? At least there you have the possibility to disable all sirens at once. It also barely takes longer to enter the app and scene mode than to long press the app icon etc.
@user_gil_603497361449078 What makes you think the camera is still there if hit by a hurricane? Or did I understood you wrong?Anyway there are so many factors especially in your case with a massive environmental impact why there is no connection that any guess is obsolete and you'd have to check on site whats wrong in my opinion.Do you have neighbours you can reach that can have a alook?
my husband was able to login and see our cameras before I gave him the password
Now THAT worries me a lot. If this is true and replicable, then Reolink has a major problem with security... I hardly can imagine that, as far as I can remember I already changed passwords on WEB UI and could not see a picture in the app before changing it there too.So please check this twice, also from mobile network. And for the future, don't give away devices without resetting them
@jassi1989_576724897919590 I am afraid I don't really get your issue? Is the picture bad or stuttering?I usually get around 6000-7000 kbps on a 510A in HIGH and around 300-500 kbps in LOW, both in color. That's 0,75/0,038 MegaBYTE/s if that's what you meant.The cameras are wired and I measured these rates from the distance, so through VPN network and mobile phone.Your 2600kbps seems a bit low compared to a 510A, maybe better codec. But if the picture is smooth and clear... I see no problem
@user_607883587289105_607883587289105 As there is already an answer with lots of text I give you a short answer:It is possible to use Reolink cameras through 4G routers as the Reolink cameras usually use a UID and so the camera is reachable anywhere on the world in the App or client software…So there is absolutely no reason to think about IP adresses and so on…
I agree with this answer. We installed a Reolink Camera with a mobile Router (4g or 5g I don't know but doesn't really matter) at my father in law and it works like a charm. He is happy and noticed no connection problems so far.
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