MY thoughts, missing features ,using sirens,detection et simili

I am new here have been using Wyze cams for a couple of weeks and i’ve been lurking the forums for a couple of months , i’m from Italy and i had to purchase my wyze products through amazon.com.

I like the ease of use, the minimalist but essential approach to the hardware , i love the setup process it’s so easy and clear. I also like the company policy of transparency, Wyze reminds me of Cockos the creators of Reaper.

I’m an electrician and buy and install on a regular basis cam systems and all etc. so my thought are professional and that of a day to day user, i have them installed at home too.
Things that i think need to be implemented are simple but effective and should open doors to other possibilities. Wyze should be able to trigger a prerecorded audio clip of a siren, why is it so hard to implement that when you have 2 way audio? If you have a system with many cams beleive me at night when there is silence even 2 cams that play a siren can be loud!! come on even Alfred has this feature!! easy Integration with stuff like ewelink and sonoff , that would be a killer believe me !!
Nxt thing, i don’t believe in just battery powered cams , the future is mains powered cams with a back solution just in case electricity is cut out or fails. In most scenarios even 1 hour of power back up is enough !!
About the motion detection section, add a simple feature like threshold level for detection, it would help , IE less than 2 seconds don’t trigger anything, or minimum 2 dectection triggers spaced by 3 seconds between the event and more than 3 secs long per event trigger an alarm, set the siren on.

simple stuff will always win !!

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