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And if it doesn't have it, it just stops working as there's no option to use a mobile hotspot or to connect to Wi Fi as a back up. 88 View at Amazon$268. 15View at WalmartRecommended Retailer$299View at Google StoreSee all prices 92 found?Fantastic build qualityVery high video qualityReally is a smart cameraFull functionality requires subscriptionsThe Nest Cam IQ has IQ in the name for a reason: it’s intelligent. Really intelligent. Not only can it notify you if there’s movement in your home, it can differentiate between people and animals, and – what’s really remarkable – it can even identify if it’s a familiar or unfamiliar person. The Nest Cam IQ also has the best image quality of any of the cameras we’ve tested, shooting in 4K and HDR high dynamic range. If someone is in your home, you’ll have crystal clear images of them. The main drawback with the Nest Cam IQ is that to use its full range of functions you’ll have to purchase a subscription to Nest Aware. But if you want the best quality, the Nest Cam IQ is probably the camera for you, especially if you find a deal. It’ll be lighter on your pocket too. The Hive Camera doesn’t work with the Hive ecosystem, and instead has its own dedicated app, which is either going to be a positive or a negative depending on if you already have Hive products, or are planning on building out from your camera purchase.

 

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Leland Thanks for your well considered response to the article. You are right in all you say things are so complicated now that never quite finish resolving one issue before another gets our attention. Plus with all the different factions in our society, many issues are emotionally laden becoming more of an emotional response that gets a bit our of hand overwhelming our ability to reason objectively and rationally. With the intricate technology that not just exists already, but the quick nature of developing newer, more complex systems that have more functions combined with the stealth nature that technology seems to be directed toward or have as some kind of function or possibly even a default and those of us who are not extremely tech savvy can get into a lot of trouble. Plus, it seems more and more that there are systems that can be made to just automatically operate in the background of our daily technology. Given that it can be assumed I think that anything that is in the public sector, has been available to the government far sooner and what they have is more complex, comprehensive versions of the technology and . well I'm sure you get the picture. What was once considered paranoid is now not just expected but in some cases a given. Thanks again for your detailed reply as well as the way in which you expressed it.