What does “photo resolution” mean in settings with Cloud Camera®?

Claes Updated by Claes

“Photo resolution” in the settings of a Cloud Camera® refers to the size and quality of the photos taken by the camera.

This setting allows the user to choose the resolution at which the camera takes photos. The higher the resolution, the more detailed and higher quality the photo will be, but the larger the file size will be. Lower resolutions will result in smaller file sizes but lower quality images.

The available Cloud Camera resolution options are: 480×270, 640×360, 1280×720, 1920×1080, and 2560×1440.

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