Both systems will feature 1080p live-streaming cameras designed to stand up to indoor and outdoor use. They are also supposed to offer live streaming, video playback and night vision with a “100-foot range,” a lot more than your standard 30 feet – and they are supposed to be affordable.
At just $70, the Ezviz Mini, a live-streaming, high-def camera complete with night vision, motion-related alerts and local as well as cloud storage, is set to be a genuine bargain.
These new cameras from Ezviz aren’t designed for standalone use. Instead, they are part of larger kits, ranging from a $350 four-camera coaxial-wired system ($87.50 per camera) to a $1,500 eight-camera Wi-Fi system ($187.50 per camera) and are geared toward people looking for more robust DIY security surveillance.