With a solid array of extra goodies, i Baby stands as one of the best higher range entries on the market.
Outdoor security cameras are the first line of defense when it comes to protecting what’s most important—your home, property and family.
In case you’re installing it high on your wall, you can use an extension cord for extra length.
Its mounting stand includes a ball head so you can easily adjust the viewing angle of your camera.
THE COST 9.99 to 7.99BOTTOM LINE Hands down, this is the best choice for easy, seamless do-it-yourself home security and automation integration.
CNET rating (out of 5) 4.5 stars (outstanding)THE GOOD Nest Cam’s high-resolution video (1080p), magnetic base, pivoting stand and updated app make this device an improvement over Dropcam Pro — and many other DIY cameras.
Aside from its ease of installation, the camera is also packed with the following cool features: The camera comes with its own mount and screws.
In setting the unit up, you need to make sure it stays plugged in for power using its 10 feet cable.
However, the myriad of security camera choices can feel overwhelming.
Retail shelves and websites are a blur of details, terms like CCTV, infrared, DVR CMOS and CCD chips can be hard to grasp.
THE BAD While it does offer security features like opt-in motion and sound alerts, they aren’t especially useful since you can receive only one notification every 30 minutes.
THE COST 4.82 to 9.99BOTTOM LINE An unbeatable option for budding DIYers searching for a high-resolution livestreaming camera.
Petcube has a built in low-intensity laser pointer which you can use to interact with your dog.