New Iris Cameras listed on Lowes.com
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Not bad, but I'll stick with my Dahua cameras.
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I have a 1080p FLIR system from Lorex but I don’t feel like running cables everywhere anytime soon. The attic in the house isn’t as easy to get in as my wife’s old house where I had them installed in so this is a good substitute for now.


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So I am not impressed at all with the battery life of these cameras. I have one of them sitting in the living room that I had set to record today after we left. I guess it recorded 5 10 second clips and then I turned the motion off when I got home. The camera is already down to 89% so I would say 15% drop a day with very light use. My other camera on the front porch lasted two days and until 6pm today before I started receiving the critical battery alarms on it so on 2.5 days it is being charged again. I am thinking with that one, that I was playing with it a lot and maybe that is it but not that much for it to already be dead. I am going to charge it again to 100% and see how long it lasts again. Oh and also it says the blue light means it is almost charged but not quite, well that comes on when it is plugged in no matter what. 20% and it was still on. The webpage will show you the exact % the camera battery is but the app shows “OK” as always. These are going to have to be plugged in 24/7 if they are going to last 2-3 days per charge and I will probably return them and hook up the Lorex for 1080p.
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