”With the Reolink app, setup is fast and easy. And as I mentioned in the RLC-411WS review, Reolink does a great job with keeping the app and firmware up to date. The Argus is a stand-alone camera, meaning that it needs no base station like other battery-powered cameras. Just put the batteries in, set it up in the app, and you are up and running. You do have to supply your own SD card, but they are very inexpensive and come in many capacities. Reolink recommends you start with an 8GB card, but I tried both a 4GB and an 8GB card and had no problems. You have the option to record sound with your video and even talk to someone through the camera, so it is safe to say that for a small camera, the Argus is packed with big features. The Argus retails for $99, which is a very fair price for a camera that you can mount pretty much anywhere. Check out the full line of Reolink security cameras and NVR (Network Video Recorder) systems at the Reolink website."
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