7 thoughts on “Guardzilla 360 security camera review

  • November 12, 2017 at 4:19 pm
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    Usually a 360 degree dome camera should be mounted on the ceiling and doing continuous recording with at least 2 weeks of footage stored, as it is your catchall for when something happens off camera, or if you need to fill in gaps for legal reasons, e.g., if you run a business and someone enters and they are dressed in a way where you can't see their face, and there is more than one person in the facility dressed the same way. To ensure that there is no doubt who did a crime, you have an overlap of security footage where there is never a point in time where someone completely leaves the view of the cameras. One solution is your standard layout of security cameras, as well as one 3+ megapixel security camera monitoring the entrance to get a detailed look at everyone entering, you have a 360 degree view in order to ensure you have a proper motion path for everyone in the facility, and then in key areas, you have your HD cameras recording.

    Overall this 360 degree camera system is not complete, and the resolution is low for 360 degrees, even 4K at 360 degrees is low res.

    The Guardzilla is also overpriced and has no long term reliability. since it is totally cloud reliant, just like the canary, and various other cloud reliant devices, the company can change their policies, lock previously free features behind a pay wall, and increase service fees since they can hold the overpriced hardware ransom and there is not much the user can do about it.

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  • November 12, 2017 at 4:19 pm
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    I'm waiting for the android robot, that knows jiu jitsu, and is a master of all kinds of weapons and stuff… 😉

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