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Users who bought the devices under the pretense of free recording and night mode aren't even grandfathered in, so they don't get to keep the features they're used to having. Now, Canary offers all-day live viewing and those 10-second video previews for 24 hours.
Under the new terms, non-paying users will no longer be able to freely access night mode on their cameras nor will they be able to record video for later viewing.It should be noted that all images captured at night with this option will be black and white.As a side note trail cameras with no-glow flash are a favorite of ours, especially when placed in sensitive areas.Night mode is a feature that lets you set a schedule for your Canary camera to monitor your home while you sleep without sending notifications.
On top of that, all the videos the company previously recorded for free will be converted into 10-second clips called "video previews." Essentially, important features are being taken away from users unless they're willing to pay .99 a month.
Our goal with these changes was to maintain a highly-competitive free service option while enabling continuous innovation and new feature development for all users." Although Troutman doesn't say it, we can also probably assume the company realized it needs more people to sign up for its memberships because it needs to make money.