Hot Deal: Eufy Security Floodlight Cam for Only $199.99

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The eufy Security Floodlight Cam 2 Pro Outdoor Wired 2K Full HD Surveillance Camera – White/Black is on sale for $199.99. This surveillance camera provides 360° pan and tilt coverage, allowing you to pan the lens horizontally to achieve a complete view without blind spots. It offers 2K full HD resolution, making it possible to catch all details in live-streaming and recorded footage.

The camera has smart lighting with three tunable light panels that can adjust the spotlight color temperature and brightness based on sunrise, sunset, schedules, and motion detection. The on-device AI recognizes the presence of a person and locks, tracks, and records the subject. With 3,000-lumen super-bright motion-activated floodlights, the camera can deter intruders and ensure detailed, full-color recordings even at night.

Two-way communication is possible thanks to the built-in microphone and speaker, allowing you to hear what happens around the camera and communicate through your phone. It is compatible with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, enabling you to activate or dim the floodlights via voice commands and check in on outdoor activities anytime.

The camera is built to withstand various weather conditions with an IP67 weatherproof rating, and its cradle head will not freeze at -20°, ensuring free rotation. It records motion-activated events 24/7 with three motion detectors and an extra-long detection range. The AI human-detection feature differentiates people from other objects in the shot. Push notifications with thumbnail previews require temporary storage of thumbnail preview images in the cloud.


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