I recently bought a C2 but I consider to return it. I really like the hardware and the present part of the software/firmware. But some fundamental functionality and options are missing especially in the categories ”Recording” and ”Alarm” compared to some other basic ip cams I own.
I could be more optimistic for future releases of the firmware but until now I have received no feedback of any of my replies, which I published here in this forum. So I wonder, if the developer are screening this forum and take suggestions seriously?
I would like to ask the users here, what your experiences are in this regard? I bought too many gear in the past, without any further development, so I don't want to take the risk here too.
It has been a week since I have opening this topic but still no feedback at all. That is not a good sign to trust the future of C2. The C2 and maybe some other reolink-devices could have a huge potential the get some master piece if the software would not be that limited.
I own a foscam FI9826p and some other cheap ip-cams and all have their own weaknesses, but still the FI9826p is very versatile in use because of the functional diversity. Unfortunately the FI9826p is aging and a successor is not in sight. I was looking for a premium replacement for the other cheap ip-cams I own. I think, that Reolink could position themself very well in this market, if they would listen to the users.
How ever, I will return the C2 but mostly because I run in some another problem with it. The wifi disconnects very often, although the camera is very optimally positioned and has strong signal strength. Otherwise, I have no problems at all with wifi and other devices. This could be a defect, but I will not dare an exchange.
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