Forum Security Systems Wi-Fi Camera Systems Security system where there's no internet and cannot depend on SD card storge

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    Tom
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    I have a location (and I think I'm not the only person with this problem) that is very remote (no internet, even with 4G cellular). I cannot trust storing images to the on-camera SD card because the first thing they steal are the cameras (I've lost $US 500 of cameras alone).

    If there was some kind of, ”local” base station where the images are stored that I could hide really, really well because it would not have to be visible like the camera, the thieves would not be able to steal it.

    Where I'm at the thieves are seriously persistent, and it's very remote. There's nobody to hear an alarm if it goes off, the only I can do is get a good picture to identify them. I've lost ten's of thousands of dollars to thieves so far.

    #479122

    Cynthia
    Keymaster

    What's the model of the Reolink camera?
    If it's not battery-powered camera, we can use FTP server or NVR to save the recording videos.
    If it's a battery-powered camera, please tell us which country you locate.

    Thank you in advance.

    #479373

    Tom
    Participant

    I am willing to buy any camera that will work as long as it is battery-powered as there is no power where I will be putting the cameras. I can put in a small PV system for a base station if I need to.

    I'm in the USA.

    #482943

    natashawillamu89765
    Participant

    Even I am also in this following dilemma for both the Reolink and my arlo pro 2.I have tried out the manual configurations
    to end up the following issue arlo app for pc as directed.Suggest us what to add on extra to get this issue resolved?

    #484280

    Cynthia
    Keymaster

    Since you are in US, you may enjoy cloud storage with the battery-powered camera.
    You can go to Reolink official website for checking battery-powered camera.
    Thank you and have a nice day.

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