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It would be cool if smartthings could integrate with home camera systems.


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Dropcam and Foscam are being worked on.

Piper looks interesting as well:


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I was thinking of systems like defender or night owl as I want an integrated DVR with the cameras instead of integrating with my server. I will have to research the ones you mentioned.


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