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With the Defender SP301 C, the night vision is acceptable, but very basic. The camera has 12 Infrared LED lights, which allow you to see fairly clear images even in the dark. The downside is that these images are only viewable within about 15 feet. There are many, many other cameras with a much further range. On the other hand, how far do you really need to see?How would you determine someone is a threat until they get close to the home or business anyway?Is a burglar going to come strolling up with a crowbar or gun already brandished?This is not likely. Therefore, I personally take claims of a long range or field of vision with a grain of salt.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

View SiteNeed to keep an eye on your house from anywhere?Small, stand alone Wi Fi or wireless security cameras also called IP cameras are easy to set up; can stream video to your phone, tablet or PC; and will send you alerts if they detect motion or loud noises. Most cameras also provide night vision and automatic motion activated recording, and some can be connected to other smart home products, such as security systems and smart lights. After testing dozens of wired and wireless options, our favorite security camera is the Arlo Q $149. We found that it had the best software, the most flexible options and the most affordable cloud storage subscription plan of the home security cameras we tested. Our favorite fully wireless, battery operated camera is the Arlo Pro 2; this 1080p camera's rechargeable battery can last for up to six months, and features two way talk capabilities. If you're looking for something under $100, our favorite budget security camera is the Wyze Cam 1080p, which costs about $25, yet has a surprising number of features for the price, and gives you 14 days of rolling cloud storage for free.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

Unlike some of its competition, this device also offers optional facial recognition functionality and GPS based arming and disarming, which I thought was pretty convenient. I also liked the Ring Stick Up, thanks to its pairing with the Echo Dot and its ability for motion zone customization, which comes in handy if your property has certain obstructions that could otherwise hinder its ability to monitor a space appropriately. Also added the EZViz CTQ2C for the impressive night vision range and magnetic bases for easy installation. I also included the Reolink C2 Pro for its rotational flexibility and 3x optical zooming capabilities. I thought the expandable and weather resistant design of the Blink XT System made it a versatile surveillance solution for both indoor and outdoor use. The Amcrest UltraHD is a good option for use in low light surroundings and for keeping video file sizes down to a minimum, thanks to the H. 265 compression technology. I also included the Wyze Cam Wireless due to its Motion Tagging and Smart Sound Recognition functions. The former is used to display visual outlines of whatever it's tracking, while the sound recognition feature allows the unit to recognize the frequencies produced by many carbon monoxide detectors. Finally, I added the Morvelli FHD22 for its sleek appearance and powerful CMOS sensor. The Ooma Butterfleye has a variety of benefits, including a rechargeable battery to keep it functioning in the event of a power outage as well as motion, sound, and thermal detection sensors to help reduce the frequency of false alarms.