The quality of the materials appear to be high, but time will tell if they are able to withstand Australian conditions. The strap provided to tie it to e.g. a tree is pretty poor at staying secure. When the camera has a solar panel attached the rubber cover supplied has to be opened for the cable to enter. I worry that this exposes the camera to water ingress.
The video clip I’ve shared shows how poor the reolink is in reacting to vehicle movements. The camera sees this huge van at the very last moment and too late to catch the number plate. It does pick up most human foot traffic on the driveway. The camera has a major problem with false positives of shadows caused by sun/cloud changes.
Another gripe so far is that Reolink refuse to allow the camera to provide a rtsp (or similar) stream, so it could be used by third party applications. I'd like to use it with homebridge to give Homekit stills and streaming support. Reolink cite the need to preserve the battery, but hey, the camera knows I have a solar panel connected and the battery sits at 95-100% all the time. They could allow streaming when the device is externally powered or at battery level (say) 50% or higher, or allow streaming for 1 minute at a time. Nope!, it's black or white and we cannot have streaming because someone's battery will go flat. Big shame. Companies need to give customers what they want, or someone else will.