People love high quality video, especially when it’s something they’re curious about.
Video quality of motion detection clips is much, much clearer than the streaming option although it is still a puny resolution of 480 x 386 px, H.264 @29.13 fps.
Video is as clear as you would expect an i Phone 6 camera to produce.
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Image quality is just above being useless; being out of focus unless you are only a foot away from the camera (despite the FAQ mentioning focusing by tapping on the screen)  I had to find out all of this information myself by recording a video, downloading the video, and then inspecting it with VLC.
I did take a good look at the website and I could find no technical details like this at all.
There are two main features for Presence: live streaming and motion detection mode.
Disappointingly and perhaps due to a limitation of the free version in landscape mode, video is cropped to a 4.3 aspect ratio.
It’s a shame the quality of the video is so poor because there are some nice features here.