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The whole situation is slightly ironic because Adam Sager, Canary's CEO, told us last year: "We're going up against Netgear, and D-Link, and Google, so if we're gonna win it's gonna be on being a more human-centered company and having the biggest fanbase. We're gonna out-think you and out-deliver on experience." A previous version of this article mistakenly reported that Canary’s night vision feature would no longer be offered for free.
That is incorrect; night vision is still free, while night mode requires the company’s new subscription service.
People aren't happy about it, and they're airing their grievances on Twitter.
SETTINGS: from/to monitoring intervals,min/max records, duration limit, delay between motion detections,min/max storage space to use, delete all recordings, reset all settings to default, alarm email address."Today we stream nearly 500 million video clips per day.Most Canary users rely on notifications, Watch Live, and their timeline images to determine what is happening in their homes or businesses, which means that hundreds of millions of recorded videos travel through our platform unwatched, making the system slower, and costing Canary a significant amount in cloud expenses.Users who bought the devices under the pretense of free recording and night mode aren't even grandfathered in, so they don't get to keep the features they're used to having. Now, Canary offers all-day live viewing and those 10-second video previews for 24 hours.
People will also be notified if there's motion in their house.
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