The Starlight uses 4G LTE cellular connectivity through AT&T to communicate with the Eufy app on your phone or tablet.
Wi-Fi is proven to be good for connecting security cameras that are powered by a battery therefore; you can have a wire-free inspection of your possessions. However, there are many places Wi-Fi cannot be able to go there and you still might desire some computerized eyes. The latest smart security camera of Eufy, the 4G Starlight Camera, is made in such a way for solving this issue.
The 4G Starlight can be left unaccompanied in remote areas while still giving the owner access to any footage it takes and captures. The Starlight utilizes 4G LTE cellular connectivity via AT&T for conducting the application of Eufy on your Tablet and smartphone.
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It is furnished with a built-in GPS location gadget that assists it in recovering it if it is stolen or lost. The price of the camera is USD 249. It would be unveiled on the 15th of April in this month. It is also equipped with the choice of a solar panel for about $20 for keeping it charged. There is an AT&T SIM card that is purchased individually with a monthly subscription cost of about $30.
The specifications for the Starlight camera are resolution power of 2K, digital zoom of 2.5X, and a spotlight. It is equipped with a lens of 5-megapixel, and battery power of about three months. It also has a Built-in smart detection system for detecting and analyzing masses uses onboard AI, which Eufy claims are five times speedier than the cloud-based AI.
The starlight sensor is used by the camera to take full-color pictures even in dim light, and if required the spotlight is there. There is a cover of camouflage silicon that is there to protect the camera from any kind of damage. The camera of it has a rate of IP67 for resistance against water, extreme temperature, and dust.