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Oplink's Connected Video C2 system costs $300.

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The package comes with an Oplink Processing Unit, or hub.

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Two Wi-Fi-enabled cameras equipped with motion-sensing tech are included, too.

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Connect the Processing Unit directly to your router.

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And place the cameras wherever you'd like to capture video footage.

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The cameras have night vision capabilities and you can opt in to push notifications based on motion activity.

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You can also tack on additional Oplink accessories to accompany your Connected Video C2 system.

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Some of the options include a door/window sensor, a motion sensor, a remote control/key fob, a siren, a smart plug, and a water leak sensor.

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Oplink's free service plan lets you view live video 24/7.

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The "premium" service costs $20 per month.

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It adds mobile access to video clips and extends the number of users from one to five.

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Can Oplink's multitude of a la carte accessories make up for its high monthly fees?

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