Reolink, the manufacturer of various smart security cameras such as the Reolink Duo dual-lens camera (test) or Argus 3 Pro (test), brings the cloud for its own devices to almost all European countries such as Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal and Great Britain.
Amazon Web Services are used for the cloud
In addition to local storage on an SD card, security camera recordings can also be saved to the cloud. For the cloud, Reolink relies on Amazon Web Services, which must also ensure data protection and data security by using 2048-bit RSA, 128-bit AES and TLS encryption during data transmission during storage and operation from the cloud.
Argus, Go, Duo cameras (battery models only), Lumus Series and E1 cameras can be connected to a user’s cloud account so that footage is automatically uploaded when motion is detected. The Reolink Cloud website provides details about compatible devices.
Three cloud subscriptions start with a discount
Reolink offers three different cloud subscriptions so you can address both individual and business customers. In addition to the free basic plan, a standard plan is offered for 5.99 euros per month and a premium plan for 11.89 euros per month. They differ in the number of cameras supported as well as in the built-in storage capacity. At the start of the Reolink cloud in Europe, Reolink is offering a discount of around 40 percent on both plans, with a standard plan available for €3.59 per month and a premium plan for €7.19 per month.
The Standard plan supports up to five cameras and 30 GB of storage, with recordings stored for up to 30 days. In the premium plan, on the other hand, up to 10 cameras can upload their recordings to the cloud, of which 80GB is available. The maximum storage period is also 30 days.
On the other hand, the free basic plan only supports one camera with a maximum storage capacity of 1GB and a storage period of up to 7 days.
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