It does just snap to the mount and the mount is made of plastic. To remove it properly you need a small pin tool they give you. It looks like the tool used to remove a Cell Phone Sim Card, but a paper clip would work fine. Also the mount is only held on with two small screws so if someone really wanted it, it wouldn't take much to rip it off the mount, rip the mount off the wall, or just use a paperclip and remove it normally.Thank you for the review. I was looking for a doorbell with possibility to integrate alerts to Home Assistant and to record video via Motioned and it looks like perfect option.
But I have one question about this model: how securely it is mounted to the holder?
I read the manual and as I understood it just snaps to a plastic holder and can be easily removed. I am afraid that it may be stolen.
Take a look at the posts above from @planetix He lists the commands to set the key frames. There is no web UI but you can still issue commands through a browser to read and configure certain settings. He also links the full API documentation which has other settings also.I just installed this doorbell camera today. Very impressed with the picture quality and Wi-Fi performance. It connected to my 5 GHz network, which I was not expecting. The only thing I need to find out is if there is a way to update the key frame configuration to match the frames per second other than API calls. Also, it doesn't look like there's a web interface to connect via browser, is that right?