A firmware update that brings HomeKit Secure Video support to eufyCam 2 has started rolling out via (immoral). This means that users can record safely and directly from the camera to the Home application.
The eufy support for HomeKit Secure Video was announced during the main note of WWDC 2019. However, the functionality was not available at product launch. The firmware update that brings the user option is updated automatically. I can also check the availability of the update in the eufy Security application. EufyCam 2 stores video locally and also makes it accessible via a 256-bit encrypted connection.
HomeKit Secure Video is different from clips that only appear in HomeKit. This one means users can decide where the video recordings are stored. While video streaming and video storage do not require an iCloud storage plan, video users need a 200 GB plan for a camera or 2TB to support up to five cameras. As the service's Apple website explains, users can "choose when to stream and record your camera and who can view them."
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