cameras – Protective Silicone Rubber Case Soft Shell for Gopro Hero 5 / 4 Session Action Cameras Accessories for $2.99

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cameras – Protective Silicone Rubber Case Soft Shell for Gopro Hero 5 / 4 Session Action Cameras Accessories for $2.99
cameras – Protective Silicone Rubber Case Soft Shell for Gopro Hero 5 / 4 Session Action Cameras Accessories for $2.99
$3.39 $4.52

Features:   Soft material, which is easy to remove Smooth and comfortable texture Wear-resistant, protect your beloved camera from scratching and crashing in all directions Color: white, blue   Package Included:   1 x Silicone Case for GoPro Hero 4 / 5 Session

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  1. Update 7/22/19 – Changing back to 1 star. They sent me replacement cameras that supposedly have better range due to a firmware update. Nothing changed, still can’t connect to the one outside. I bought a $60 range extender and now get 4 out of 5 bars on that camera but it still won’t connect. I thought this would be a great solution but apparently not.Update 6/1/19 – I am changing my review from 1 star to 3 stars. Why? I got an email from the founder of Blink letting me know they are working on the unexpected issues and are very willing to work with me to get this figured out. They haven’t actually done anything other than email me to let me know this, but their willingness to jump in so quickly and work on a solution speaks volumes to their desire to provide good customer service. I’ll update again after I hear more from them and if we make any progress.Original review:I worked with support for almost 2 hours trying to get these to work but couldn’t get any farther than 25′ from my router. It’s a straight shot from the router to the front door and a typical 6″ wood framed wall next to the front door. Inside the door they worked fine, but as soon as I put them outside they quite working. Considering this is a “2” version you would think it would have better range. Very disappointed with Amazon and this product.

  2. UPDATE: I absolutely must commend the team at Blink. For me, their recent flurry of software updates have resolved pretty much every issue I have had. I still wish that, overall, the ranges were greater, but my signal strength is now rock-solid (even without using my range extender). Live view works exactly as I expected and motion detection seems much more dialed in. It really feels like the system I expected.In addition, I can’t say enough about their customer service. Though the experience was initially frustrating, having both Efrain, (from customer service) as well as Peter, (their founder and GM) reach out to me to ensure that the software updates were working and to offer support on any other issues has really impressed me. Several years back, I went through a similar issue with a 1st generation coffee bean grinding coffee maker. The company that made the machine responded similarly to Blink and I have always said I would buy from them again in a heartbeat as long as they remain committed to that level of support. I can now say the same thing of Blink.So, in summation, still wish wi-fi was a tad more powerful, but thanks to Blink’s persistence and impressive customer support, I feel like I now have the system I was expecting.UPDATE: Like a few others, I have revised my review because the founder of Blink has reached out to me, as has the Blink support team, which has left me very impressed with their customer service when it comes to dealing with the launch challenges. In addition, while there are still challenges, (like erratic live connection and motion tracking), the system has stabilized significantly for me. I DID end up purchasing a range extender, which left me a little chaffed at the added cost to obtain functionality, but the company’s response to my issues has left me legitimately “wowed” and willing to continue to take this journey with them.I will post additional updates as things continue to develop.ORIGINAL REVIEW: Really wanted to like the XT2 based on price, ease of use, no ongoing fees, etc., but it’s mostly been a dud so far. Live view almost never works, motion detection seems to not pick up on things when armed, and it can barely get two bars on internet connection when my phone (and any other device I’ve tried) gets almost full bars in the same area. I should also add that there’s very little that makes it clear in advance that the cameras need to not only have good reception with the sync module, but also your wi-fi (Which makes the point of the sync module what, again?). I have ordered a range extender (additional cost) to see if I can resolve it, but I’m not hopeful based on other devices doing just fine in that area. Makes it particularly doubtful that this thing could handle additional cameras, when it can’t seem to deal with one. Unless there are some firmware updates coming that make any of this better, I cannot recommend the Blink XT2 and am considering this a $100 lesson learned.

  3. * Watching my driveway, foyer, and garage, the motion detector often does not pick up things that aren’t small and hot – for example it completely misses the UPS and FedEx trucks that stop in my driveway.* When it does trigger, it has a limited clip length and won’t retrigger quickly, so it often misses key action. When guests pull into the driveway, it usually registers the car, but has run out of recording time by the time somebody gets out, and if they were up to no good, they’d be totally missed.* Poor signal strength – it was difficult to find a place to for the ‘sensor hub’ that provided good coverage. All of the cameras are within 50′ of the sensor, yet I can’t find a place in the house for the hub where all get satisfactory signal.* System is busy – often when I manually request capture the application reports ‘System is Busy’Not suitable for purpose as a security device – the system regularly fails to record critical events.I’m not going to throw these away, but I would not buy them again.

  4. Finally a simple thermal scope at a lower price point. The first scope delivered lost focus on each shot. Then the screen went unstable. After 20-30 shots, the screen froze after each shot and had to be restarted. Amazon replaced the scope with a new one. After about 30 shots on the new scope, this screen locked up after each shot and had to be restarted. I don’t think this scope is built well enough for actual use. Great concept, but poor execution. Trying to get a refund, but the value on the second scope is $0 since it was a replacement. Can’t seem to get Amazon to understand. ATN is willing to take a look at it, but advises that their service department is backed up several weeks. Probably want to pass this one by until they get the bugs worked out.

  5. I have had my score less than one month & it will be returned. First, the one shot zero process is BS. Took me at least 3 shots to get on the board. After completing the process, I went back the next day and the scope was off by 18″. Repeated the process and it is fine now. Now, it will not charge/ hold the charge.

  6. I’ll try to keep this as short as possible. I did a lot of research about sensor resolution and differing specs of all the brands. So when I decided to try this unit I was hesitantly excited. Love the idea of just a plain thermal scope without all the bells and whistles at a good price as I sure as heck can’t afford the good units @ $5k+. THe initial test looked good at 100+ yards so took out to hunt. Things I noticed: 1. Supplied charge cord would not plug into the scope, plug housing was too big for the scope, so I had to use my Samsung charger. 2. Took over 24 hours to charge on a 2amp charger. Third and final…..Took it out several times with a full charge to use at night and would not turn on even after multiple tries even with the 15 second power button protocol. It would only fire up when I had it plugged into my charger at above freezing temps and the battery icon would show a discharged battery. Not sure how it goes from fully charged to drained within an hour of being fully charged and turned off. Again tried several times and same effect. Theory is there is a battery issue below freezing temps. But no where near the -20 that the specs state it will operate in. That was enough for me to decide that this was a $1300 paperweight. With all the efforts and opportunity for this thing to work, it appears that these units have not been thoroughly tested and QC’d to ensure a good product is shipping to the customer. It may work ok for those south of the mason Dixon line in warmer temps, but in Nebraska, it’s no gouda.

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