I'm a believer in Apple Homekit. I wanted a floodlight camera and will probably add more cameras to the system in the future. Then I realized that my options are really limited to: 1. Arlo. Floodlight pro 3 looks great, but the continuous cost restores me. Is there also a problem with the homekit battery discharge? and ridiculously expensive if they invest in their system. 2. Eufy. Unfortunately, the eufy lighting camera is a stand-alone product and does not work with homekit. But given the relatively lower cost, maybe I can do the same with eufy wireless cam + hue and sensor (I already have hue bridge)? But I don't think the shade reflector is suitable for security purposes. And eufy camels also suffer from homekit battery consumption, and data breaches not long ago leave many in doubt. 3. View circle Logtitech + Hue light flood? A good thing is the smooth homekit support and I can add more LCV and I never need another hub. But I think LCV is more like a normal, weather-resistant interior room. No reflectors, no siren, sensitive motion sensor and lots of false alarms according to some reviews. It's not a serious security camera. Meanwhile, during the research, we found that the Google Home ecosystem has much better choices for home security, such as the future room with nest projectors and a lot of budget products, such as the Swann system. I installed the Google Home ios app for the first time and added shade and garage door opener and played, not bad. Then I think if I'm less agitated and hug Google or Amazon or zigbee hub + HA, I really don't need scratches anymore. any thoughts? maybe I missed something here. i need help to stay or leave homekit ...
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