Hi from Germany, looking for a WiFi Cam that can ftp pics

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Hello,
I'm Joachim from Mainz/Germany.
I have two Hootoo HT-IP211HDP indoor cams running in my network for about 4 years now. They can be remotely horizontally and vertically adjusted, got WiFi and motion detection and can upload pictures or videos to my NAS via FTP.
Unfortunally the cams are gradually dying (especially the IR-LEDs) and they are out of support for some years.
So I would like to replace them with new and similar or even better devices, but I have difficulties to find a cam with the same capabilities as the Hootoo HT-IP211HDP .
Especially new cams all want to upload the pictures to some cloud in China and I don't like the idea to send all my images there.

Are there still any indoor cams on the market that do not require a cloud but can ftp images to my local storage?
(Sorry if I already ask here. I couldn't find a suitable forum for that general question.)

Thanks and regards
Joachim
 

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I suggest you consider the Amcrest IP2M-841 (re-branded Dahua) . It's ONVIF compatible, provides RTSP, is 1080p, IR, 2-way audio plus mike in/speaker out, has pan/tilt/digital zoom, record to micro SD card, wired or wireless and has alarm in/out, great with Blue Iris, VLC, etc. Comes with wall/ceiling mount, 1/4"-20 tripod mount female insert on bottom.

Not sure about Germany but in the U.S. of A. the Black is available here for $45 USD, white or silver for $3 more.

I've installed 4 of them and 3 of it's lower-res, 720p cousin the IPM-721 and all have functioned with no hiccups for the past 3 years.
 

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Thank you, that looks good. Unfortunately Amazon charges 100€ (110 USD) for that cam here in Germany.
Would you know what the equivalent Dahua device would be?
 

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Thank you, that looks good. Unfortunately Amazon charges 100€ (110 USD) for that cam here in Germany.
Would you know what the equivalent Dahua device would be?
It's not an equivalent but perhaps you could use the Dahua A35?
 
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