When comparing Denver SHO-110 vs TP-Link Kasa Cam Outdoor KC200, the Slant community recommends Denver SHO-110 for most people. In the question“What are the best affordable wireless security cameras?” Denver SHO-110 is ranked 4th while TP-Link Kasa Cam Outdoor KC200 is ranked 5th.
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Pro Android and iOS app
Pro TUYA platform
A wide range of TUYA devices is available which can be managed from the app.
Pro Metal housing
Pro No subscription needed
The camera can record on a microSD card.
Pro Dual band WiFi
Supports 2.4 and 5 GHz.
Pro Free cloud storage
Two days recorded video (1GB of cloud storage) for free.
When using notifications for motion detection outdoor, lots of false alarms can be generated by e.g. leaves moving in the wind. There are no advanced options like masking to exclude certain parts of the image (hardly surprising for such a cheap camera). A PIR sensor would have been nicer.
Con Bad English
During setup the camera gives "English" instructions which are hardly recognizable.
Con No webpage
The camera can't be accessed directly via it's webpage, the mobile app (or the paid cloud service) is the only way to access it.
Con Viewing angle
The viewing angle is only 65 °
Con Easily detached
As the coupling is magnetic, the camera can easily be detached from its mounting.