For a movie that took four years to shoot (as they could only work on it during the weekends), its pretty darn good.
Anyone had experience with Dropcam or an alternative but just as good service? Dropcam hardware doesn't sell directly in AU but there's more than a few ways to bring it in. While the sub isn't super cheap , $99US/year to store 7 days worth of surveillance footage isn't outrageous either.
So any experiences good or bad? Or suggest alternative?
Note: very specifically want offsite video storage, not just simply remote access
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