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Because it can be difficult to find power sources for outside cameras, we like that the Ring Spotlight Cam has three power options: battery, hardwired, or solar. It also has a built in, motion activated spotlight that will stop trespassers in their tracks. Plus added features like two way audio, a 110 decibel siren, and integration with Amazon Alexa make this camera a leader in outdoor surveillance. That’s why the Ring Spotlight Cam was ranked our number one choice for outdoor security cameras. The distance from which your camera can record images in low to no light situations can have a great impact on its effectiveness if you want to capture activity after the sun sets. We’ve all dealt with photos that are too dark to make out any details. It’s frustrating when it’s a wedding photo, but it’s nerve racking when you’re trying to capture a face or license plate after a break in. Pay attention to the existing lighting in the areas where you want to install security cameras. Look for the night vision range of each camera and consider how much area you want to cover. And beware of using an indoor camera to look outside; they can’t usually capture images through a window or after dark. You cannot use cameras alone for home security.

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Other features include 350 by 40 degree pan and tilt options, night vision, and both multi user and multi iCamera up to four support. It will send out text, email and push notifications—and even phone calls, if you want them. And if the camera manages to capture something worth keeping, iSmart Alarm offers cloud storage for 10 second video clips free of charge. $150With all of the new products released recently the “professional grade” security market for DIY is finally becoming a reality. Historically this has been a “dealer only” industry. The difficultly purchasing hardware and getting manufacturer technical support, especially for warranty issues, has been a roadblock for DIY projects.

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