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Piece of crap


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  • david.smith01

    I don't understand what the post is trying to state. BluRams will allow you to store a very large amount of audio/video on a relatively cheap customer installed memory card accessable remotely or on your LAN. If you care to avail your camera to the advanced features, that requires a subscription which then will store the memory remotely in the cloud. The cloud's server can further process the video. The camera itself does not have the computing power to provide those features most of which are processed real-time.

    The camera does have real value as it will store raw feed data and transmit it to your app. It's the only camera I am aware of that can do that at this price point not to mention the quality of the captured video and other features. Hardly a piece of crap as you call it. 


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