With its new eufyCam E330 Professional, eufy Security (Anker) offers the first connected surveillance camera capable of working as a team and following the smallest villain from room to room.
Innovations in the field of connected surveillance cameras are rare and against all expectations, it is the challenger eufy Security (subsidiary of Anker) which surprises us very pleasantly, at IFA 2023, with a cross-tracking model. What facilitate the installation of cameras in your home.
A camera that works as a team
The new eufy Security eufyCam E330 Professional is a security camera that looks classic despite a particularly elaborate design. It also offers color night vision thanks to its integrated torch, a 4K sensor, an integrated alarm, motion detection and tracking. It will also resist bad weather with an IP67 certification.
This data sheet alone should be enough to interest you. But what caught our attention is its cross-tracking feature. This technology makes it possible to automatically link the videos of the same event or the same person, in the order of appearance on several eufyCam E330 cameras.
To put it simply, an individual passes through your garden and enters your home to visit each room in your home. If you have installed these cameras in all these places, they will ensure that you can follow the movements of this person on video for very precise identification and monitoring of their activity.
A very useful tool for the police, and why not use the camera’s loudspeaker to scare thieves by detailing their movements to destabilize them even more. This also makes it possible to reduce the sometimes harmful consequences of blind spots, by having a complete and chronological progress of an intrusion.
The eufyCam E330 will be available in mid-September for 649.99 euros in a four-pack with a HomeBase Hub 3,399.99 euros for 2 cameras with HomeBase and 129.99 euros for an additional camera. Be careful, even alone it will need the hub to work.
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