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Reolink Argus Review: Surveillance Camera for Outdoor

At first sight the Argus of Reolink reminds of a big white Tic-Tac. It fits in one hand, is especially light and IP65 waterproof. Reolink is primarily based on wireless and therefore largely self-sufficient operation at Argus, because it is powered by batteries, has its own slot for micro SD cards and connects exclusively via WLAN. There is no connection to the cloud as with the Reolink C1 Pro. The camera is therefore especially designed for local outdoor use.

The Argus wide-angle lens has a fixed focal length of 3.26 millimeters and a viewing angle of 105° horizontal, 55° vertical and 130° diagonal.  The aperture is fixed at F2.2. The 2.9 inch CMOS sensor with its 2.0 megapixels achieves a maximum resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels. In infrared mode, the Argus has a range of ten meters.

Technical Details

Dimensions: 113 x 65 x 54 mm
Weight: 260 g
Image sensor: 1/2.9″ CMOS
Viewing angle: Diagonal: 130° (horizontal: 105°, vertical: 55°)
Lens: f=3.26 mm fixed, F=2.2, with IR cut
Resolution: 1920 x 1080 (2.0 megapixels)
Infrared Night View: 10 Meter
Motion sensor: PIR (hardware sensor)
PIR detection range: low: 2-4 meters, medium: 4-6 meters (default), high: 6-9 meters
PIR detection angle: Horizontal: 120°
Water resistant: IP65
Operating temperature: -10°C~+55°C
Operating Humidity: 20%~85%
Power supply: Quad CR123A/3.0 V Batteries
Perseverance (total video recording): During the day: 14 hours, night vision: 7 hours
Network: IEEE 802.11b/g/n, 2.4 GHz
Audio: Microphone and speaker (2-way)
Memory: Micro SD card up to 64 GB
Control: App for Android and iOS

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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