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Kent has launched a new AI-based smart Wi-Fi camera CamEye HomeCam 360 at Rs 4,990. This is the second security camera from the brand and it records videos in Full HD resolution. The new camera can be controlled through a smartphone application. Artificial intelligence on the camera detects motion and follows the moving object. The AI can also be enabled to detect only humans which helps in avoiding unnecessary alerts whenever an animal passes by.
The new camera from Kent gets an advanced IR sensor that automatically activates on sensing low-light conditions. The recording from the camera is stored on cloud and can be accessed till 30 days. When offline, the camera recording can be stored in a micoSD card and can be pushed online whenever the internet connectivity resumes. The offline storage on the camera can be extended up to 128 GB which allows users to store video recording for up to 60 days.
“Kent CamEye HomeCam is consistent with today's fast-paced life and security needs of Indian consumers. The device ensures the safety of both your home and family. This new product is in sync with our aim to ensure the well-being and security of people. We believe that safety is needed at all levels and begins at home. We are very proud to offer a completely Made in India product with all the data & servers securely residing in India,” said Dr Mahesh Gupta, chairman, Kent RO Systems.
The smart camera can sense geo-location and automatically activate privacy mode. It also gets features like 2-way calling via Alexa, optional encrypted recording on microSD card and intruder alarm. Up to 3 people can live stream simultaneously from the same camera.
HomeCam 360 comes with a one-year warranty and stacks against the smart security cameras offered by Realme, Qubo and others.

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