|Item Model Number||KC120|
|Product Dimensions||7.9 x 7.9 x 13.67 cm; 250 Grams|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||7.9 x 7.9 x 13.7 centimetres|
|Item Weight||250 g|
|Date First Available||23 June 2020|
tp-link Kasa Smart Security Camera, Baby Monitor, Indoor CCTV, No Hub Required, Works with Alexa (Echo Spot/Show and Fire TV), Google Home/Chromecast, 1080p, 2-Way Audio with Night Vision(KC120)
|Price:||+ $12.67 Delivery|
- Compatibility - Works with Echo Show/Echo Spot/Fire TV and Google Home Hub/Chromecast so you can watch or stop live video streams with a simple voice command
- 1080P HD - 130° wide-angle view with 1080p resolution and night vision up to 30 ft
- Two-way audio - With built-in microphone and speaker, you can keep in touch with your family anytime, anywhere
- Cloud Storage – Supports secure cloud storage to review and download your recordings from Kasa app (additional charges apply)
- Activity Zones - Custom activity zones and notifications let you get alerts that matter most to you
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Protect your home and keep watch over those you care about most. Kasa Smart Security Camera is designed to deliver clear 1080p video the moment you start streaming, keeping you connected to your home anywhere you go. You can also customise your Kasa experience with activity zones to only send alerts that matter the most to you. Pairs with Echo Show/Echo Spot and Google Home Hub, so you can use your voice to control it even when your hands are full.
Kasa Smart Indoor Security Camera (KC120)
Camera Stand with Magnetic Base
10 ft USB Cable
Quick Installation Guide
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Camera itself gives a great image quality - it says 1080p and i've no reason to doubt that. Live feed connects very quickly when the app is opened. Below the live feed are thumbnails to the most recent recordings made - helpful shortcut. There's also a button to force start a recording (i've never used) or use the camera as an intercom (again I've never used). Below these there's a schedule button - I've got it set to 9-5 so I get notifications only during these hours when I'm out the house.
I've included a screenshot of the settings menu and specifically the 'activity zones' page. I've got 3 zones set up over the doors. You essentially draw whatever area you want, so i was able to draw zones so dog doesn't trigger notifications, only opening of the doors. These zones matched with 9-5 timing means I can pinpoint what I want to receive notifications on.
I've opened it to see the night vision a few times, it seems to work well but I'm home at nights for the most part so can't say i've used it extensively.
I also only use basic subscription - i think holds recordings for 24 hours? Not even sure as don't look back that far. I use live feed and notifications.
Installation was a breeze and I found the live view quality both day and night pretty good.
Now for the bad . The camera would not sense motion, therefore it did not record any events to the cloud . I could only observe live view provided I was accessing the camera from wifi . Try as I may I could not get the camera to connect to my iPhone using 4G . It was fine on the phone whilst using home wifi wifi but useless on remote access 4G .
I spent ages discussing the issue with tech support who were very nice but failed to provide a solution. I reset the camera deleted the app all without success . The camera would not record motion even when I walked directly in front of it so there were no activity alerts .
I tried very hard to like this camera, it's well built and the camera picture quality is quite good both day and night , but if it will not record movement and is unable to connect to a remote iPhone it's basically useless .
Returned for a refund . I phoned tech support to discuss the issues that I was having only to be slammed with a £10 additional charge on my cell phone
Free Premium access during Beta period, which has now ended, so although you are advised that you then get 2 years of free up to 2 day cloud storage with Kasa cameras, TPLink are now emailing all owners and removing this. You have to pay £2.99 per month per camera (£9.99 Per month for up to 10) In order to receive ANY cloud storage. Thus if you have NO subscription you have NO ability to get at recordings. Only live feed. Useless.
I’ve had mine less than 11 months and now have to pay to get any footage storage. Very poor.
Check out the UK TPLink support forums and you’ll see a lot of disgruntled customers. Some have only just bought the camera.
No HomeKit support either so no way of using Apple iCloud secure video storage if, like me, you already subscribe to a cloud storage facility.
Come on TPLink be upfront with people.
If you owned a camera prior to last week then you will indeed receive 2yrs of up to 2 days cloud storage. Now the Kasa Care product has launched in the UK, if you buy a camera now it is my understanding you get NO cloud storage without a minimum £2.99pm subscription. Basically useless. You have been warned.