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When it comes to selecting your perfect security camera, you may not know where to start. Well, I’ve done my research, tested all the cameras, and written about what I believe are the best cameras out there. If you’ve ever read any of my camera reviews, you know that I hold all my cameras up to the Security Baron Necessary Features Test, which makes sure that they’re up to my high standards in terms of video, audio, night vision, storage, smart platform integrations, artificial intelligence, convenience, and value. After many months of reviewing different cameras from top brands like Arlo and Canary, I’m ready to show you the best security cameras of 2019.

If you want to learn more about how I chose my top picks, check out the Methodology section at the end of this review. Let’s get started!

This indoor/outdoor camera has an 180 degree field of view, integrations with Amazon Alexa, Fire TV, Apple HomeKit, and Google Assistant, and two-way audio. 

Tend's Lynx Secure camera costs under $60 and provides 1080p video, two-way audio, and free cloud storage. 

With pet detection built-in and two-way audio, looking after your pet when you're away has never been easier. 

With a viewing angle of 147 degrees, 12 infrared LED lights, and integrations with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, the Canary All-In-One truly has it all. 

The Arlo Pro 2 has 1080p HD video, two-way audio, and integrations with Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, Google Assistant, IFTTT and Stringify. 

At only $20, the Wyze Cam is one of our most affordable cameras, but it doesn't skimp out on quality, with 1080p HD video, integrations with Amazon Alexa, and infrared night vision. 

I love the Nest Cam Indoor— obviously, or I wouldn’t have named it my best camera! Video-wise, the Nest Cam impresses with 1080p HD display, a wide 130 degree field of view and the ability to zoom in eight times. The night vision is similarly clear with eight infrared LED sensors, and the camera comes equipped with two-way audio. Not only does two-way audio let you speak to whoever you’re recording, which can be an easy way to talk to family members from afar, but it’s also a great way to scare away intruders as a last-ditch effort. You’d be scared too if a disembodied voice came screaming out at you to get out of their house!

Other perks of the Nest Cam Indoor? Its integrations with Google Home, Amazon Echo, and Phillips Hue lightbulbs, plus Chromecast. That means you’ll be able to command your camera to turn on and off or record, plus, you can view your livestream footage on your TV using either Fire TV or ChromeCast. Whether you’re in the Google or Amazon ecosystem, the Nest Cam Indoor is a perfect choice. 

With Nest Aware, you can get person detection along with dog barking alerts, person speaking alerts, familiar face alerts, activity zones, and five, 10, or 30 days of cloud storage. I will say that Nest’s storage prices are a bit on the expensive side, plus they don’t offer any local storage. 

Aside from that, I highly recommend the Nest Cam Indoor. For more information, read our full review of the Nest Cam Indoor. 

The Nest Cam Indoor is Nest's original indoor camera with 1080p HD video, two-way audio, infrared night vision, and other Necessary Features. 

Homeowners aren’t afraid of commitment (at least regarding their real estate). Plus, they’re probably more financially stable than renters, as they needed to cough up the down payment along with any home maintenance payments that come up along the way. For homeowners, I’m looking for cameras with both indoor and outdoor capabilities from trusted brands. I’ve settled on the Logitech Circle 2.

I love an indoor/ outdoor camera because of its versatility. With a home, you may have more grounds to look after, so you’re going to want something that has an extension cord and the wherewithal to handle more extreme weather conditions. For its video quality, the Logitech Circle 2 absolutely kills it. It has 1080p HD video, which we’ve grown accustomed to at this point, but what really gets me is the field of view of 180 degrees. This is fantastic, especially if you have a larger property that requires multiple cameras.

On a more negative note, the camera’s night vision wasn’t quite as clear as I’d like it to be. While the box said you’d be able to see for 15 feet, things got blurry for me at 10. However, I am quite pleased with the camera’s  two-way audio and smart platform integrations, which include Amazon Alexa, Fire TV, Apple HomeKit, and Google Assistant. It’s hard to find a camera that integrates with Apple HomeKit, as its one of the less popular smart home automations, so I like that the Circle 2 really gives you options here. Of course, you’ll be able to watch your livestream or cloud storage footage on your Fire TV in addition to vocally commanding the Logitech Circle 2. Truly, home security has never been more convenient! 

While the Logitech Circle 2 includes 24 hours of free cloud storage plus unlimited streaming and downloads, I would recommend going with a membership, not only for the additional cloud storage but also for the person detection (only available with the premium package). As you can see, the plans are reasonably priced and give you discounts for up to 5 cameras. With the premium package, you’ll also be able to create motion zones, which tell the camera areas that are particularly important to look out for. If you have a house with multiple floors or a baby’s room, this feature is going to come in handy. Plus, you can take advantage of the yearly package because you know you’re not going anywhere. At only $2.98 per month per camera if you pay for the entire year at once, the Premium package makes the camera an even better value.

With an 180 degree viewing angle, 1080p HD video, and two-way audio, there's a lot of love about the Logitech Circle 2. 

Renters should be looking for cameras that are easy to set up, have flexible storage options, and do not require that you sign a long-term contract. Technically, it is your landlord’s job to keep you safe, but they’re only able to put cameras in the hallways and entrances, not your actual apartment.That’s why renters might want to invest in their own security cameras. I recommend the Tend Secure Lynx Indoor camera.

At only $59.99 (cheaper depending where you buy it), the Tend Secure Lynx Indoor Camera is definitely affordable, but that doesn’t mean it skimps on features. With 1080p HD video, a field of view of 120 degrees, and two-way audio, it certainly satisfies industry standards. Although it has no local storage, it does give you a week for cloud storage absolutely free. While I’m disappointed about the lack of local storage, this may be less important to a renter than to a home-owner. Ultimately, the landlord is responsible for any intrusion, so you can just pass on the cloud footage and let someone else work with the police. The camera comes with a week of free cloud storage, which is pretty generous as well.

The Tend Secure Lynx’s main negative, aside from its lack of local storage, is its complete lack of smart platform integrations. You won’t be able to control the camera using Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, or any other smart home automation system. Still, this camera is affordable, has good quality video and audio, and offers a week of free cloud storage, a great choice for renters.

With the Tend Secure Lynx Indoor Camera, you'll know when your friends and family are in your house immediately through facial recognition technology. 

As city-living can be expensive, I looked for more affordable cameras that can be installed and moved at the drop of a hat. My top pick for urban dwellers is the Amazon Cloud Cam.

At less than $120, the Amazon Cloud Cam definitely won’t break the bank, but don’t be fooled by the affordable price- this camera can compete with the best of ’em. It has the industry standard of 1080p HD, plus eight times optical zoom and a field of view of 120. Plus, it has great night vision from eight infrared LED sensors, and two-way audio. So far, so good.

I must say, this was one of the easier cameras to set up- the whole process took me about 10 minutes. Sure, I’m already in the Amazon ecosystem with Alexa, but all you have to do to set up the Cloud Cam is plug it in, download the app, and pair the camera with your mobile device. From there, the app gives you step-by-step instructions that can only be described as idiot-proof.

Although the Amazon Cloud Cam is a great option for city dwellers, it does have some drawbacks. Amazon only gives you 24 hours of free cloud storage, and there is no local storage available.More cloud storage can be purchased through a monthly subscription, along with activity zones and person detection.

So what can you do in the Amazon ecosystem, exactly? Well, you’ll be able to command your Amazon Cloud Cam using Alexa, or livestream footage or video history on your Fire TV. Jeff Bezos, you’ve done it again! Unfortunately, the camera does not integrate with Google Assistant, so it might not be the best choice for those already in the Google ecosystem. 

All in all, this camera is super easy to use and definitely covers the basics like video, audio, and night vision. It’s a great option for any urbanite who’s on the go. To find out more information, read our full review on the Amazon Cloud Cam. 

The Amazon Cloud Cam offers 1080p HD video, integration with Alexa, and infrared night vision, among other Necessary Features.

For pet-owners, it’s important that your security camera has pet detection, meaning it can tell the difference between people and pets. After all, as much as you love your furry little angel, you don’t need to be alerted of its every move.

The Netatmo Welcome Indoor Camera comes with pet detection, so your little one won’t cause a push notification (or will, depending on your preference). In general, the Netatmo has some of the best artificial intelligence capabilities around- it can recognize up to 32 faces! 

The camera has fantastic video, with 1080p HD, a field of zoom of eight times, and a field of view of 130 degrees. It also comes with awesome infrared night vision, and- here’s the kicker- local and cloud storage, completely free! They even include a microSD card. Aw, Netatmo, you shouldn’t have. The camera’s other bragging points include its integrations with Apple HomeKit, Google Assistant, and Facebook messenger– yes, you read that right. You’ll be able to control your camera just by chatting on Facebook like you do all day anyway! It’s a convenient way to check on your pet. Let me give you an example. Say I’m at work but I want to check on my kids. I would just hop over to Facebook messenger and ask my Netatmo bot who is currently home. The bot will respond with not only a screenshot of my fictional four-year old son, but also the exact time that he was last seen. You can see how useful the A.I is now, right? If you have other connected devices like a thermostat or any other environmental monitoring, you can also ask the bot to check in, asking what’s the temperature in your house or outside. It’s a virtual assistant and a camera, all tucked into one! 

The camera does lose points, however, for its lack of two-way audio. While you’ll be able to livestream footage of your pet, you won’t be able to command it via the camera. Still, I think that the built-in pet detection makes the Netatmo Welcome Indoor Security Camera a great choice for pet-owners.

The Netatmo Welcome Indoor Security Camera is known for its amazing artificial intelligence capabilities like facial recognition and pet detection. 

Meet the All-In-One’s sister, the Canary Flex. This camera works for both the indoors and the outdoors (hence the term “flex”) and has some great features. I’m loving the two-way audio, infrared night vision, and integrations with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. That means you’ll be able to change your camera’s settings hands-free, which could be particularly useful outdoors, where you might not have your phone. Sometimes it’s nice to unplug, but Canary makes sure you’ll still be able to easily control your camera with or without a phone. 

Plus, unlike the All-In-One, the Flex comes with person and package detection– you read that right. This camera can literally tell you when that special shoes you love come in the mail. A very cool feature, and one that I haven’t seen in any other cameras.

I’m a bit disappointed that the camera can’t zoom, and that its field of view is a bit narrow at 116 degrees. Plus, there’s no local storage, and only 24 hours of free cloud storage. Of course, with a membership, you can get 30 days of cloud storage (see above for prices).

Despite its shortcomings, this is a great outdoor camera option that can definitely get the job done. For more information, check out our Canary Flex review.

You really can’t miss with the Canary All-In-One. Its stats include 1080p HD video, the ability to zoom in three times, and a super-wide field of view of 147 degrees! The night vision impresses with 12 infrared LED lights, plus integrations with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. Whether you’re indoors or outdoors, Canary makes it easy for you to command your camera solely using your voice. I love that the All-In-One integrates with both the Amazon and Google ecosystems, as this gives you some nice flexibility to create your perfect smart home. 

Now, I must say, if you are going to get the Canary All-In-One (or any of the Canary products for that matter), I recommend doing the paid monthly membership. With the membership you’ll unlock two-way audio, local storage, 30 days of cloud storage, person detection, activity zones, and access to a first-person responder. Considering the membership is only $9.99 a month or $99 a year, I think it’s a great value. Another cool feature of the All-In-One is its HomeHealth technology. Believe it or not, this camera also monitors your climate, measuring your air’s quality, humidity, and temperature. Did I mention the camera costs less than $120?

The Canary All-In-One is an indoor camera with a built-in siren and environmental monitoring for your air's quality, humidity, and temperature. 

Can you believe this little thing can handle both indoor and outdoor conditions? There’s not much this camera lacks. It has 1080p HD video, a field of zoom of eight times, and a field of view of 130 degrees. Plus, there’s two-way audio, cloud and local storage, and integrations with Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, Google Assistant, IFTTT, and Stringify. We’ve already talked a lot about Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, but what about IFTTT and Stringify? Well, IFTTT is a free service that allows apps and devices from different companies to work with each other. With IFTTT, you can create dozens of home automations, like having your camera record when one of your entry sensors goes off, for example Stringify is another automation service that could help connect all of your smart home devices. With all of these options at hand, Arlo makes it super easy to create a connected and convenient home. 

My main issues with the camera are its lack of artificial intelligence, but with a paid monthly subscription, you can access person detection, activity zones, and even a safety button from the Arlo app. Although this camera’s night vision isn’t the strongest, it has great audio, video, smart platform integrations, and artificial intelligence options.

The Arlo Pro 2 is one of Security Baron's favorite cameras, meeting lots of the necessary features tests.

For only $20, the Wyze Cam gives you a ton of great features in video, night vision, audio, storage, and smart platform integration. I love that it has 1080p HD and the ability to zoom in eight times, although its field of view is a tiny bit more narrow than I’d like at 110 degrees. Fortunately, the camera comes with two-way audio, great infrared night vision, and free local and cloud storage for 14 days. This is extremely generous, considering that Nest will charge you $10 a month for only 10 days of cloud storage.

Next, the Wyze Cam is integrated with Amazon Alexa and IFTTT, so you can really customize your home’s security. You can vocally command your camera to record hands-free, and connect it to other connected devices and apps through IFTTT. I’d recommend the Wyze Cam especially to someone already in the Amazon ecosystem, as this camera will fit in perfectly. 

The only area in which the Wyze Cam is lacking is artificial intelligence. While it does have smart sound recognition for smoke and C.O alarms, there is no person detection, so you might receive some unnecessary notifications. But with an easy setup and fantastic features overall, the Wyze Cam gives you the most bang for your buck. 

At only $20, the Wyze Cam is one of our most affordable cameras, but it doesn't skimp out on quality, with 1080p HD video, integrations with Amazon Alexa, and infrared night vision. 

When it comes to pricing, you have a pretty big range and an average price of $142. At only $20, the Wyze Cam is by far our cheapest camera, but that doesn’t mean it skimps on quality! Then you have the most expensive cameras at $200 or more. Nest in general has high prices, and the highest storage prices that I’ve seen for a home security camera. The Netatmo costs more mainly due to its amazing artificial intelligence capabilities, while the Arlo Pro 2 pretty much crushes it in every category. So even those these cameras may seem a bit pricey, the value they give you surely makes up for it.

A magician never gives away his tricks but luckily, I’m no magician. There are a few easy ways to judge if a security camera is up to par. Ladies and gentlemen, I bring you: my methodology.

If you’ve ever read any of my reviews, than you know that I judge all my cameras based on Security Baron’s Necessary Features Test, which evaluates cameras based on their video, audio, night vision, storage, artificial intelligence, smart platform integrations, convenience, and overall value. Of course, cameras don’t have to receive full marks in every category to be worth buying, but I want to describe my ideal camera so you know what to look for. Let me show you what I mean…

We’re talking home security cameras so obviously, a clear and detailed picture is a Necessary Feature. It’ll come in handy if you need evidence to hand into the police, or if you just want to save some footage of a special event like a birthday party. No matter the occasion, you want to make sure your camera’s video is up to snuff.

For a really clear picture, you’ll want a camera that has at least 1080p HD video display. 1080p HD is the current industry standard, while 720p HD is below the standard. If you want even clearer video, you can invest in a 2k or even a 4k camera, although these will be significantly more expensive. Also, something to keep in mind is that most phones can’t stream in 4K, so it may be a little early to start investing in 4k cameras. If you don’t believe me, check out our review of the Arlo 4K  (which was taken off shelves soon after its release).

Unfortunately, many cameras that come with security systems have 720p HD displays, so it might be worth it for you to buy a separate camera with 1080p HD. 

Next, you want a camera that can zoom in optically— optically being the key word. Many camera companies claim that their cameras zoom in, but it only works digitally, meaning you can zoom in on your phone but not in real life. Zoom is important because it allows the camera to capture details that it otherwise couldn’t. I prefer cameras that can zoom in optically at least three times. The most I’ve seen is from the Nest Cam IQ Indoor, which can zoom in a whopping 12 times.

Again, many cameras that come with security systems, like Frontpoint’s indoor camera, cannot zoom, which is disappointing.

Additionally, the field of view shouldn’t be more narrow than 120 degrees. Keep in mind that the widest a field of view can be is 180 degrees, so anything between 120 and 180 is suitable. A great example of a camera with an 180 degree field of view is the Logitech Circle 2. I wouldn’t buy a camera with a field of view under 110 degrees because the more narrow the field of view, the more cameras you’ll need to buy in order to reach every corner of your home.

You’re going to want a camera that has both a microphone and a speaker so you can communicate with whoever you’re recording, a feature known as two-way audio. This can be really useful for a few reasons. One, it can help you communicate with people in your home, whether you’re watching TV in the next room or on vacation in the Bahamas. Two, if you do have an intrusion, two-way audio can literally stop the robbers in their tracks. I’ve seen videos of people scaring intruders away using two-way audio, which is why it’s a Security Baron Necessary Features.

Unlike a bright white light, infrared night vision from LED sensors is invisible to the naked eye, so the person you’re recording will be completely unaware that they’re being recorded. Of course, the clarity of infrared night vision doesn’t hurt either. Most cameras nowadays have infrared night vision, but I take points off for color night vision. Although it sounds better in theory, I want my security cameras to be kept a secret from everybody but me.

In case you want to back up any footage, you should look for a camera with both cloud and local storage. Storage is important for a couple reasons. One, you might be interested in the video your camera records, like a birthday party. Two, the photos and videos that the camera captures can be helpful evidence if you do have an intrusion.

Local storage can be through a micro-SD card, like the Honeywell Lyric C2 above, or it can allow you to download the files to a hard drive or device. While some companies make you pay for cloud storage, some give it to you for free. The same goes for local storage. I’ve seen some companies provide free 32 or 64-gig micro-SD cards, which is awesome. If I had to pick between having cloud or local storage, I’d choose local. Once you download the footage and pictures, you can always back it up to a personal cloud service like Dropbox. 

Artificial intelligence may sound like something from a sci-fi movie, but it’s actually a major part of home security. A.I usually refers to person detection, meaning that your camera can differentiate between people and other moving objects like cars, pets, or shadows. It’s important because it leads to more specific and necessary notifications. Of course, you didn’t buy a home security camera so that you could be notified whenever your pet bird flaps its wings!

Aside from person detection, more advanced cameras like the Netatmo Welcome Indoor Camera have facial recognition so you can be notified that specific people are in your home. You can also be notified if an unfamiliar face is detected, very useful of your home’s security. Other detections include pet detection, baby crying detection, smoke and C.O alarm detection, and package detection. Of course, we only consider person detection to be a Necessary Feature, but these are some nice extras.

Here at Security Baron, we’re all about that smart home life, so having integrations with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant is a Necessary Feature. If you’re already in the Google or Amazon ecosystems, you want to make sure your camera can easily integrate within your smart home.

Not only will you be able to command the camera with your voice, but you can also link your camera up with other smart home devices to create some convenient home automations. For example, you could set your smart light bulbs to go off whenever your camera is armed, and you can have them turn back on the moment your camera is disarmed. The possibilities are endless, which is why integrations with either Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant is a Security Baron Necessary Feature. Extra points for integrations with both Amazon and Google, or even the third most popular smart home platform, Apple HomeKit. 

No one wants to spend hours setting up a security camera. I look for cameras with installation that integrates with an app for step-by-step instructions, or has an easy setup. Now, some cameras come with hubs, which I don’t prefer as they take up more space. Keep in mind that while wireless cameras can lead to easier setup and less clutter, you will have to change their batteries periodically. That’s why it’s more convenient if cameras are wired. Many cameras like the Arlo Pro 2 have both wired and wireless options, which is nice.

Cameras should be simple to mount, with minimal tool use and drilling. They should also easily connect with their respective apps, which could happen over Wi-Fi or a cellular connection.

When it comes to your home’s security, you don’t want to skimp on quality, but you also don’t want to break the bank. Security cameras come in a huge range of prices. The least expensive camera I’ve reviewed is the Wyze Cam, which costs only $20. The average range is usually somewhere between $100 to $200, while the most expensive camera I’ve reviewed is the Arlo Ultra 4K for $400 (currently only available for pre-order). In my opinion, there’s no reason to spend $300 on a security camera when high-quality cameras exist for much less.

If you have any additional questions or comments, feel free to leave a comment below. I’m always down to make recommendations, so I hope to hear from you soon!

Looking for a wire less cam system, I saw the Arlo Pro 2. Although a bit expensive, I’m still considering buying a set. But there is a question I need to have answered first: Will the cam be activated by motion when placed behind glass? I plan to place a cam in a cupboard with glass doors. I know from the Blink XT it will not be activated when placed behind glass.

Could you be so kind to look into my question? In case the Arlo cam is not activated when placed behind glass, what is a good alternative?

You are correct, the Arlo does not work behind glass. I am not sure about what can be done behind glass yet? Is there a reason you cannot place it outside? I am sure there are solutions, I just want to understand your issue fully.

What would be your choice of security camera for indoor use when data is limited, like in remote location ( only 20GO) per month on a 3G-LTE network… Nest camera consumes too much data… i would need a camera that would only start recording to cloud when an event is detected.. (sound or motion) and would be accessible for on demand streaming…. any suggestion? (Hive, Honeywell Lyric 2, ???) Thanks

The instructions and ratings are clear and very helpful- I found you randomly on line and realized you are the best professional to listen to- very informative system to compare products. I found myself listening to almost all of the reviews for home, rentals, urban life.

I am in the process of purchasing a camera for my 950 sq ft lake home with one entrance door located in Minnesota. It is a year round home. One person and one dog will be the occupants. The farest distance within the house, is from the inside wall to the entrance door at 32 feet. The width of the home is 38 ft

WiFi will be accessed through a Verizon hot spot which is currently controlling my Honeywell Lyric 6 thermostat.

Do I stay with a Honeywell product? I would prefer a wireless system for portability, given I have a hotspot. I average three plus bars and have not purchased a WiFi booster.

I explored the Carnay View vs the All in One but to date have purchased from Best Buy the Carany Flex although I did consider the Ring Stick. It is yet to be opened.

Thank you so much for your comment Lynn. Without knowing exactly what else you would like in terms of pricing, I would suggest going with the Canary All-in-One or Nest Indoor Camera. If you would like to give me some more parameters, I would be happy to help you further.

Hi there, I am looking for a wireless security camera that does the following:- (1) Pan and Zoom with Optical Zoom (2) Wireless and wired connections (3) 2-way full duplex audio (more like a mobile phone with no echoing as opposed to a walkie talkie type). It has to be clear and reasonable loud speakers. (4) A loud siren that can be triggered by motion or manually via an App (5) Motion and noise detection if possible (6) Invisible Infrared LEDs or PIR with Starlight with a very clear night vision of at least 8m (7) Local via 64GB or 128GB Class 10 SD Card and free cloud storage for at least 7 days (8) Easy to set up App (9) Live view with audio with no delays (10) Push and email notifications (11) Built-in battery and running on mains (12) Wall mountable with the mount

I would be very grateful if I could have your professional opinion on this and point me in the right direction.

Hello Gabe I love your reviews of these cameras, just one question if you can, is there another camera like the Netatmo Welcome Security Camera that has the option for local storage as well as cloud storage like dropbox or google drive without monthly subscription?

Gabe, I purchased the Ring Alarm system for my small home and would like your recommendation for a security camera. It will be inside, and I do have a 50 lb. Wheaten Terrier.

I’d recommend the Canary All-In-One. Like the Ring Alarm system, it integrates with Amazon Alexa and with the Canary membership, you’ll get person and pet detection. Thanks for reading! – Gabe

I am looking for the best outdoor camera to protect my cars from theft I am currently living in a townhouse unfortunately with no garage I’ve been currently looking at vivints entire system with their added outdoor camera and Comcast also arlo….any suggestions?

I’d recommend the Canary Flex, the Logitech Circle 2, or the Ring Stick Up Cam Wired. Hope that helps and thanks for reading!

I would love to find a good indoor/outdoor wireless security system now that we are putting a pool in. But my main question is if there are any that would start recording small nightly movements from my child. He has Epilepsy and I would like to go back and play nightly recordings to see his seizure activity. Can you recommend anything that would cover all this?

Yes, absolutely. For your son, I recommend using a baby monitor to monitor his movement and then getting a separate security system for your home. Our baby monitor reviews are here: Ring has both wired and wireless indoor and outdoor cameras along with larger security systems. See the written review here: Hope this helps and thanks for reaching out Katie!

Hi Jessica, I wrote an entire review on this topic- check out the best outdoor home security cameras of 2019.

Thank you so much for all the work you do put in this together. Great resource. It would be awesome to have a search by feature to narrow the list.

I have a question: well I agree that local storage is best but I need a solution that records continuous video to the cloud ( or at least Non-Stop for however long motion and audio is detected even if it means a multi-layer clip)… the last break-in stole my cameras. I’ve heard that Nest does this but it is cost-prohibitive for me being on disability. I need a minimum of three days ideally 30 days as I go out of town fairly often. Are there any other solutions?

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This Wyze camera seems like a dream. It is wise to purchase a security camera that detects 1080p megapixels of quality with infrared and night vision. If I were to run a camera systems installation company I’d definitely tune in to products like this, thanks for the insight.

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