Brandon here back with another video and post for you guys.
I’ve been hoping to start inter mixing/alternating the posts and videos I do between pure “Autocad” and design tutorials, and then also making some videos that have to do with Cool technology. Mostly focusing on gadgets and tech that help us as CAD designers and users but also including cool Home Tech since a lot of us are tech geeks/enthusiasts as well as work from home. So why not take a look at interesting tech for our homes, home offices etc..
So, in todays video I was lucky to be sent a Beseye Pro Home Wifi camera to unbox and show off to you guys! Like i mentioned, I’ve been super interested in smart home tech for quite a while now and am really hoping I can introduce you guys to some cool products and tech I like and am looking forward to in the future. With a new baby on the way and my wife being home along more in the future, she and I are very interested in setting up a home security camera to keep an eye on things and the Beseye has really been easy to use and helpful so far.
In the future I want to expand my own smart home tech by adding a nest thermostat to the house next I think, what do you recommend?
Anyway without further ado, here is the video:
Let me know how you liked the video and what you think about the Beseye Pro wifi Camera? I really enjoyed it and look forward to using it even more, I had a lot of fun making the video and hope you all have an awesome day.
For more info and details on the Beseye Pro visit them here:
Check it out on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2c3wRn5
Beseye on sproutup: www.sproutup.co/UnpackBeseyePro/cadintentions
Specs from Beseye:
5.3’’ x 2.8’’ x 2.8’’
Input AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz
Out 5V 2.0A
Power usage 5VDC 1.0A
Micro USB 5-pin
2.0 mega-pixel level optical lens, 2.38mm / F2.2, with digital zoom
HD 720P at 30 Frames/sec
H.264 advanced image compression technology
Ultra wide 125-degree angle
Audio In / Out
Built-in high-quality microphone and speaker
High-illuminance night vision
Able to see up to 8~10 meters ahead in total darkness.
0℃ to 40℃
10% to 90%
Cheers and happy drafting!
Oh and just in case you missed my last post you can check it out right here:
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