TP-Link Tapo C200 Pan & Tilt Wifi Camera setup and test

TP-Link Tapo C200 Pan & Tilt Wifi Camera setup and test

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20 thoughts on “TP-Link Tapo C200 Pan & Tilt Wifi Camera setup and test

  1. I would watch a 1hour documentary on these IP cameras and the factories and designers that make them and why china supplies so many types. How are they so clever ? We, they West , are walking dead.

  2. Does it require to log on to a TP-Link server through the app, when you configure, operate and view remotely. Does any mobile phone once you have the app and the user id / password give access to the camera remotely through internet. This is a potential high privacy and security issue if the log on is mandatory … It is true you can access it on internet from any where in the world and also if TPlink server is compromised or if someone gets hold of the user id / password, any one can access the security camera and thus the purpose for which it is installed is defeated, Any views…

  3. I somehow activated the “live” label that overlays the footage but can’t for the life of me figure out where to turn it off???

  4. how do i insert a micro sd card ? i couldnt see any ports. also how can i set it to record movement? mine is now set up in spain in a holiday apartment that is now empty for months.

  5. I have connected the camera to my mobile phone (android) but I want to connect it to a second mobile (android). how can I do it?

  6. ive set 2 of these up, facing out of my windows, but all i can see are our own reflections in the glass. Is there a way of stopping this?

  7. Bit of good news. UK Consumer magazine Which tested this and found it good value. They also found a security issue which TP-Link then fixed.

  8. Hi Ian, thanks for sharing. Just wondering if I will be able to view the camera from my end when I am abroad and the camera is in another country too?

  9. I added one of these to my home WiFi six months ago and my WiFi instantly went from stable with no connection issues to constantly going down and having to reboot the router multiple times a week. Stay far away from these camera's they either have fundamental technical issues or more likely they are a huge backdoor to hackers.

    I disconnected said camera, returned my Virgin media Super hub to factory default and changed the passwords, low and behold it has gone back to steady and reliable.

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