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Reolink Keen Review: The Completely Wireless Surveillance Camera

Result of the Reolink Keen Surveillance Camera Review

The surveillance camera works completely without cables and this is certainly an advantage for many users. It’s a shame that Reolink doesn’t use the usual AA(A) batteries here, but uses special camera batteries that cost good money and are not available everywhere. Even a small micro-USB port as an alternative power supply would have been great.

The integration and use of the camera could be better. So you can control the Reolink Keen only via smartphone, because the desktop application is not (yet) usable.

The surveillance camera offers FullHD with 15 FPS, but unfortunately the sensor is not very good and takes rather blurred and noisy pictures. However, the important details are certainly recognizable.

The Reolink Keen is definitely suitable for monitoring the hut in the allotment garden. Also in the domestic four walls a monitoring is possible without problems. Up to nine cameras can be managed with the app. However, the camera is not suitable for professional use.

All in all I can recommend the Reolink Keen for the home user. Unfortunately Reolink does not have a german distributor yet, in the Onlineshop you get with the coupon “reolink keen-basic tutorials” but still a discount over 10 percent. The coupon is valid from 02.05.17 15:00 o’clock to 02.06.17 15:00 o’clock.

Reolink Keen

Setup
Image Quality
Audio Quality
Scope of Delivery

Perfect for the allotment garden!

The Reolink Keen impresses with a generous scope of delivery and simple setup. The sensor could be better, though.

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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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