Fred recently learned that OWLCam had been sold to CallPassNow, and now he needs to pay an annual subscription of $375 a year to keep using his two cameras. Leo says ouch, but it also includes LTE service, which isn't too bad, considering it will still be able to upload videos instantly again. But will they replace any cameras being stolen? Leo suspects not, since the Owlcam won't probably continue to be made or developed. But if you love the OwlCam, it may be worth to see how long this will last.
Gary discovered that his OwlCam is still working, recording to local storage. Then you can download it to your mobile phone or wifi network. Leo says that you can still use it if you don't mind the extra steps you have to take. But it won't upload anything if your car gets stolen or broken into.
Rolland would like to get a dash camera that does front and back at the same time. Leo says the OwlCam is the best because it will also notify you of a break-in and uploads the video to a cloud server. But it's twice as much as the competition, but that includes LTE service.
Johnny bought the Owl Dashcam and needs a few tips. Leo says that the Owl ties into its own LTE connection and communicates to you through your mobile device. It's also voice controlled and can save video clips with a simple command. Johnny is concerned that connecting the Owl to his onboard diagnostic port will void his Audi's warranty. Leo says that connecting to the OBD2 port could give someone access to the car's computer system, but the Owl only draws power from it.