Eufys New Video Doorbell Has 2 Cameras – And it’s Coming to the UK!

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The first of the CES 2022 announcements are inbound and one that stood out above the others is the Eufy Video Doorbell Dual.

The Eufy Dual is the first video doorbell to have two cameras, a front 2k facing camera for visitors, and a second 1080P downward-facing camera to keep an eye on packages that have been delivered to a user’s front door.

The front-facing camera utilizes a 160-degree field-of-view (FOV) while the downward-facing camera’s 120-degree FOV can clearly display and monitor the packages.

Unlike the other doorbells in Eufy’s range, the Dual uses both radar and PIR technology to more accurately detect humans and reduce false alarms by 95%, while also allowing for family and friends to be recognized using their A.I. technology.

The included A.I. technology can also identify packages and remind users that a package is waiting for pickup to reduce the chance of theft.

Sticking with a long-time Eufy tradition that has seen them included in my guides to the best video doorbells without subscription, the Eufy Dual will not require a monthly fee which helps differentiate the brand from market leaders Ring and Nest. Instead, the footage will be stored on the included Homebase 2 which has 16GB of local, encrypted storage that remains inside the home.

The Eufy Dual Camera Video Doorbell launches in the US on 8th Feb and is launching in the UK just a week later on 16th Feb with a retail price of £229.

Kieren

I have been building up my smart home since 2016 so I'm a bit of a smart home expert by now. On this blog, I share my favourite smart home devices that I've tested along with tips and tricks I learn by watching countless YouTube videos, scrolling through forums, and tinkering around with my own smart devices. I've always been a Google Home user but I'm starting to think Alexa might have the edge, what do you think?