Amazon Cloud Cam review

The $120 Amazon Cloud Cam strikes the right balance for DIY indoor home security.

Amazon’s Cloud Cam finds the right balance for DIY security:

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Sasha Bagara says:

if motion detection alerts are only available with a subscription, it is going to be the least useful camera ever, with tons of negative reviews. Does this cam support RTSP? ONVIF?

Pietro Di Meglio says:

Does it work outdoors?

MT2202 says:

No offense guys, but this sounded more like a sponsored commercial than a review.

TechMack says:

Paid commercial

Lucian Andries says:

Pff, if it doesn’t give you facebook alerts we don’t care! Or any other anti-social site for that matter…

BobEckert56 says:

Are you stupid enough to think Amazon isn’t storing and using the video even after it’s “expired”?

Gamingthunder hd says:

It is easy to be early in Cent videos I’ve been 1st for 10 Times

Varun 7 says:


Alex Man says:

Paid subscription should really be storage, additional features should be a given, I really don’t like how companies like canary requires you to have a paid subscription for two way audio

Daniel Nieves says:

I was waiting for Amazon to come out with a camera. This is definitely something on my purchase list.

DJ Raov says:


kezzaman says:

so you have to pay a subscription to use motion detection?

1nnu3ndo says:

Am I the only one who doesn’t buy Amazon branded products because of how in your face their ugly logo always is? Makes their stuff look cheap.

John Salazar says:

OK, How much is it per month for storage? Resolution? What does the image look like at night? Does it have a built in microphone? LED night vision?

Jesus Christ what a crap ass review.

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