Yeah, I have several, but I’m not very demanding of them. My best advice to anyone asking is to start slow, buy one and fiddle with it for at least a month, see how it performs and how Wyze app firmware/software updates can sometimes negatively affect the experience.
Some folks claim to have absolutely no problems and others are beset with them and get stuck in troubleshooting hell.
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If you find yourself in the former group, huzzah! If not, cut it loose or use it in some limited way that IS stable.
In the US, at appx $25 delivered with a one year warranty (and they do replace them after you’ve exhausted troubleshooting with their agents via email) one’s risk is limited. Not sure what one would cost landed elsewhere, but if it’s too high, the value perception changes, of course.
The image quality is good, 1080p, and two lesser resolutions which are fine on a small format screen, and which the app sometimes recommends you switch to if WiFi signal is weak/instable.
15 fps day, 10 fps night, so it has subject motion limitations inherent in that. Fuller specs are near the bottom of the page here: