Yeah, I had asked Ezviz support a few weeks ago and they said 256GB is now supported but like you I didn't have a 256GB laying around AND I have no plans to upgrade my RCA to Ezviz FW 190211 at this time. Besides, I primarily record to my NVR so 128GB is already plenty of secondary storage for my setup.Regarding the SD cards, some days ago I read in some ezviz forum that in the latest ezviz fw (v5.2.4 190211) they added support for 256GB cards. I don't have one to try in order to confirm the news.
Same for me. I record on my Synology with the Surveillance Station module. I put in a SanDisk 128Gb anyway, in case of problems, I can always use the Ezviz app to watch the sdcard recordings. I think that for those who don't use NVRs, it might be good news.Yeah, I had asked Ezviz support a few weeks ago and they said 256GB is now supported but like you I didn't have a 256GB laying around AND I have no plans to upgrade my RCA to Ezviz FW 190211 at this time. Besides, I primarily record to my NVR so 128GB is already plenty of secondary storage for my setup.
This may work for you: (From the DOORBELL 101):After reading all 125 pages and the doorbell101 I ordered my first doorbell cam. Installed the EZVIZ DB1.
Hardest part was finding the correct breaker!
Can anyone suggest a wedge with more of a angle? The door side lights are narrow so the home wiring comes out at a 90degree angle to the door. I can see the steps and ceiling so vertical range looks good just need to turn it another 15-30 degrees.
CEH in MD
This may work for you: (From the DOORBELL 101):
⦁ Angle of Install; if you are mounting on a side wall of your door you will need a wedge, the Doorbell comes with wedges; 2 angled/1 flat (See HARDWARE INCLUDED: below) If these do not work for you, search Nest Hello mounts on Amazon, they are not a direct fit but can be modified to work. POPMAS is one that several here on this Forum has used.
(NOTE: After I got my Doorbell connected to my network and the App viewing the Doorbell video fed, I used my phone to help figure what angle I needed to mount Doorbell)
Yeah, sorry the 101 keeps growing. The original goal was to summarize all the great help data collected from this Forum to a sticky. Well we need a bigger sticky May need to expand the QnA section to help summarize the 101@David L I was thinking I would get the Google Nest Hub integration to work...probably should have read all of the 101...haha. I was hoping that it would be like my previous RCA doorbell but now the chime doesn't work and I get a barely audible hum. I would install the booster but of course my ladder doesn't reach. I added the EZVIZ app to my tablets I use for HA to act as my doorbell for now. Overall I'm glad switched to this new doorbell as the old RCA was garbage and would constantly drop out on my Ubiquiti network.