We have twins and currently use Infant Optics with two cameras to monitor twins at night and during sleep. If possible, I would like to replace them with a HomeKit camera (now that they are safer) for a number of reasons why I will not enter here. We use these cameras / monitors for visual and audio monitoring. After doing some research, I am interested if the following functions are capable of a HK camera:
* HomeKit camera only *
1- constant audio connection, so that we can hear everything that happens in the room when we are not in that part of the house
2- constant video connection * see the reason above
3- a wide viewing angle or the ability to monitor two cameras
4- Free or very low annual costs for video storage / use
Currently I'm looking at the Arlo children's monitor, Circle 2 and the upcoming Eufy 2k camera.
If anyone currently using these (or similar) devices can check these features and / or how they work, I would really appreciate it.
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