Deal | EZVIZ C6N Black launches via Amazon with Smart Night Vision and an introductory discount
EZVIZ' latest home security camera offers 360-degree surveillance in an FHD resolution and a 2-way talk function. However, the OEM asserts that it stands out with its Smart Night Vision, designed to address some potential problems with its existing IR-enabled rivals. It has landed with a special offer to mark its launch on Amazon.
EZVIZ has announced that the Black version of its new C6N camera is now available via Amazon. Despite this GoPro-esque branding, it just denotes a new colorway for the pan-tilt home security accessory, which also integrates a speaker and microphone so that the user can converse remotely with those in the home to be monitored.
Accordingly, with its ability to record in FHD to microSD cards or a cloud, the C6N Black gives the impression of being a fairly generic take on its indoor camera genre.
However, the OEM insists that it can distinguish itself with its Smart Night Vision feature, rated to modulate the intensity of its inbuilt IR LEDs in a way that corrects for the over-exposure to which such night-time footage can be subject (according to EZVIZ, at least).
The C6N Black also supports "Smart Tracking" motion detection features, along with the affinity for shapes such as humans rated to result in more selective, accurate and relevant alerts in real-time.
The new EZVIZ security camera is now available at US$29.99 - for a limited time only, however, with a US$10 coupon found on its new Amazon page at present.
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