Further details emerge of the EufyCam 2 Pro

First reported last month, additional details of the EufyCam 2 Pro have emerged via the company’s own Security App. The find first spotted by Reddit user u/daynuh0223 on the HomeKit subreddit today shows support for the company‚Äôs two new cameras the 2c Pro and the 2 Pro.

Following this report in the morning, I held off publishing any information before I spoke to contacts. But these are all the details I can share at this stage. Although most of it can be found on its it community forum. So I shouldn’t be in too much trouble. But if I go missing, then you know why!

The EufyCam Pro 2 and 2C will support 2K, with the current Eufycam 2 2C only capturing footage in 1080p. Although HomeKit only supports 1080p streaming, hopefully this will change in iOS 14. Eufy will sell the cameras as a bundle as with the current models and will ship with a HomeBase 2.

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Both models will be wireless and should support 365 and 180 day battery life. The details I have seen also suggest that both models will get the Sony Star light sensor. In terms of HomeKit and HomeKit Secure Video, both the EufyCam Pro 2 and 2c are expected to support both flavours of HomeKit.

EufyCam 2 Pro app

Finally Eufy is aiming to ship the EufyCam Pro 2 and 2C by Q3 of 2020, although it’s not clear if this will be a US only launch like with the Eufy Indoor Cameras. In terms of price, I don’t think they will be that far away from the current models.

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Jon Ratcliffe
I have a huge passion for technology having worked in the sector for over 18 years in a variety of roles. I write for active JR covering wearables and smart home My reviews and information will talk about how the product works in reality and not just what the marketing departments want you to think.

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