I have some outdoor cameras (not Wyze) at a home in a hot area. I have some trouble with the heat specs, which for the brand of cameras I have are apparently true to life. It might get to 120F there and I lose video even though they are all installed to be shaded from the sun as much as possible. But the OAT does reach 110-120 in the summer. The cameras I have become flaky on hot days and come back overnight, just like clockwork.
I was thinking of changing them out for the Wyze cams, which are much better software and resolution and just much newer.
But the heat specs only go to 104F. Clearly not enough for outdoor usage in that area. And I do realize they are intended for indoor use.
Has anyone tested these and how do they perform in hot areas?