The Best Home Security Cameras Of 2020

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Note: As of January 21, 2020, the Wyze Cam V2 doesn’t have person detection temporarily, but Wyze is adding it back in as soon as possible. 

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 2020.

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

Best For Apartments
Nest Cam Indoor
Nest Cam Indoor
Nest Cam Indoor

Renters and apartment dwellers will love this camera, as it's super easy to install without doing any damage or drilling. 

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Most Affordable Camera With Artificial Intelligence
Tend Indoor 2
Tend Indoor 2
Tend Indoor 2

Get facial recognition for only $60 with the Tend Indoor 2, which also boasts an Alexa integration, a week of free cloud storage and impressive infrared night vision. 

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Best For Businesses
Swann 4K
Swann 4K
Swann 4K

With four times the amount of pixels as 1080p HD, you'll be able to see everything in your business clearly with the Swann 4K camera.

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Best Indoor Camera
Nest Cam IQ Indoor
Nest Cam IQ Indoor
Nest Cam IQ Indoor

16 infrared LED sensors. A speaker seven times more powerful than the Nest Cam Indoor. That's just another day for the Nest Cam IQ Indoor, Nest's latest indoor camera.

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Best For Pet Owners
Ring Indoor Cam
Ring Indoor Cam
Ring Indoor Cam

Ring's most affordable camera offers 1080p HD video, infrared night vision, two-way audio, and integrations with Alexa and Google Assistant. 

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Best Wireless Indoor Camera
Ring Stick Up Cam Battery
Ring Stick Up Cam Battery
Ring Stick Up Cam Battery

Ring's latest indoor/ outdoor camera impresses with Alexa and Google Assistant integrations, a rechargeable battery pack plus privacy zones. 

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Best Wireless Camera
Arlo Pro 3
Arlo Pro 3
Arlo Pro 3

Weather-resistant and wireless, the Arlo Pro 3 will work whether you use Alexa or Google Assistant in your smart home ecosystem. 

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Best Outdoor Camera
Nest Cam IQ Outdoor
Nest Cam IQ Outdoor
Nest Cam IQ Outdoor

From temperatures of negative 40 to 113 degrees Fahrenheit, this camera can even withstand high-pressure water jets and still work. 

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Most Affordable/ Budget Camera
Wyze Cam
Wyze Cam
Wyze Cam

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. 

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Best For Apartments

Nest Cam Indoor

Nest Cam Indoor

If you need a camera in a jiffy, the Nest Cam Indoor is a great option. For $199, it features 1080p HD video, the ability to zoom in eight times, plus a nice, 130 degree field of view. Of course, you’ll also get that two-way audio, useful whether you live in a house or an apartment, plus infrared night vision, integrations with Google Assistant and Alexa, and, if you buy Nest Aware, person detection. 

Along with person detection you’ll also get smart alerts for dogs barking, people talking, and familiar faces. That’s right— over time, the Nest Cam Indoor will learn the faces of your friends and family. After you enter their names in the Nest app, your camera can tell you exactly who’s at the door. Installed with a simple plug, the Nest Cam Indoor doesn’t require drilling or any damage to an apartment that may not be yours. 

To learn more, read my full review of the Nest Cam Indoor

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Nest Cam Indoor
Nest Cam Indoor
Nest Cam Indoor

Renters and apartment dwellers will love this camera, as it's super easy to install without doing any damage or drilling. 

Most Affordable Camera With Artificial Intelligence

Tend Indoor 2

Tend Indoor 2

The Tend Indoor 2 doesn’t just notify you when it detects movement. It only notifies you when it detects motion from people, making your notifications matter a whole lot more. On top of that, the Tend Indoor 2 can learn faces over time, alerting you when specific people are in your home. Of course, it’ll also alert you if it spots any unfamiliar faces, which is why you got a security camera in the first place. 

This is a camera we’re talking about, so I obviously want to mention the Tend Indoor 2’s 1080p HD video, 125 degree field of view, and ability to zoom in digitally three times. The camera also has nice infrared night vision, two-way audio, and an Alexa integration. While Tend gives you a week of cloud storage on the house, there’s no local storage, a small drawback of the camera. But you’ll enjoy livestreaming footage, receiving notifications and speaking through two-way audio on the TendApp, which has awesome ratings from iPhone and Android users alike.

Learn more by reading our Tend Indoor 2 review.

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Tend Indoor 2
Tend Indoor 2
Tend Indoor 2

Get facial recognition for only $60 with the Tend Indoor 2, which also boasts an Alexa integration, a week of free cloud storage and impressive infrared night vision. 

Best For Businesses

Swann 4K

When it comes to your business, you don’t want to mess around with cameras that aren’t up to snuff. That’s why I’m selecting the Swann 4K camera as the best camera for businesses. First of all, it’s unmatched when it comes to video, with 4K imaging, which translates to twice the amount of pixels as 1080p HD. There’s color and infrared night vision, ideal for watching your business over night, plus two-way audio, which you can use to remotely speak to intruders (or employees, if need be). Your footage will be saved both to a personal Dropbox as well as to the camera’s 2 TB hard drive, which can hold up to a year’s worth of footage. The camera works with Google Assistant, making it perfect if you’re already in the Google ecosystem. OK Google, show me what’s happening at the office!

But the Swann 4K camera is most impressive when it comes to artificial intelligence. Your camera will alert you whenever it sees motion from people, and it can even recognize specific faces over time. That means you’ll be notified about specific employees or customers, making keeping track of your business super easy. There’s even detection for line crossing, perimeter intrusion, or static objects, so you can really personalize your notifications. 

Now, if your camera is set off, you’ll appreciate its loud siren, which will certainly call attention to the intruder. Of course, you’ll also be notified through the HomeSafe View app, which unfortunately isn’t the most user-friendly in the world. I also wish the camera had a wider field of view, as it’s shockingly narrow at only 93 degrees. Aside from that, the Swann 4K camera is a top pick in terms of video, night vision, and AI. 

For more information, read my full review of the Swann security system.

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Swann 4K
Swann 4K
Swann 4K

With four times the amount of pixels as 1080p HD, you'll be able to see everything in your business clearly with the Swann 4K camera.

Best Indoor Camera

Nest Cam IQ Indoor

Nest Cam IQ Indoor

Since I’m already a fan of the Nest Cam Indoor, I was very excited to review the Nest Cam IQ Indoor, and it did not disappoint. First of all, it has 16 LED sensors, creating the best night vision I’ve seen from a security camera, plus a speaker seven times more powerful than that of the already impressive Nest Cam Indoor. With 1080p HD video, an 130 degree field of view, the ability to zoom in 12 times, and two-way audio, this camera is definitely hitting Security Baron’s Necessary Features. 

Used with Google Assistant, Alexa or even paired with Hue light bulbs, you’ll love commanding the Nest Cam IQ Indoor using your voice alone. Person detection is included, while facial recognition and additional cloud storage and AI features are available with Nest Aware, starting at only $6 a month for 30 days of cloud storage. 

The Nest Cam IQ Indoor can be wireless or plugged in and uses the Nest app, which has better rankings for Androids than it does for iPhones, not surprising as Google owns Nest. Sure, the camera is a bit pricey at $300, but with Nest, you pay for what you get.

Want more details? Read my full review of the Nest Cam IQ Indoor.

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Nest Cam IQ Indoor
Nest Cam IQ Indoor
Nest Cam IQ Indoor

16 infrared LED sensors. A speaker seven times more powerful than the Nest Cam Indoor. That's just another day for the Nest Cam IQ Indoor, Nest's latest indoor camera.

Best For Pet Owners

Ring Indoor Cam on Mount

Ring Indoor Cam

At only $60, the Ring Indoor Cam is by far the most affordable option from Ring, a smart home company owned by Amazon. This isn’t super surprising, as Amazon is known for its low prices. And the camera doesn’t disappoint, with 1080p HD video, two-way audio, infrared night vision, and integrations with Alexa and Google Assistant. Alexa, show me my Ring Indoor Cam footage! 

Although this camera is technically meant for indoor use, you can also use it outside to watch over your pets. As long as it’s covered from rain or snow, you’ll be able to use the Ring Indoor Cam in temperatures of negative five to 113 degrees Fahrenheit. You’ll be notified whenever your camera detects movement through the Ring— Always Home app. 

Want to enjoy those videos of your pet after the fact? Ring Protect plans will provide you with 60 days of cloud storage starting at only three dollars a month or $30 a year. If you want more protection for your furry loved ones, buy the Protect Plus Plan for $10 a month or $100 a year. It’ll throw in professional monitoring, cellular backup, plus an extended warranty in addition to those 60 days of cloud storage. And if you want more Ring products, you’ll get a 10% discount. Sounds good to me! 

Need some more information? Read our Ring Indoor Cam review.

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Ring Indoor Cam
Ring Indoor Cam
Ring Indoor Cam

Ring's most affordable camera offers 1080p HD video, infrared night vision, two-way audio, and integrations with Alexa and Google Assistant. 

Best Wireless Indoor Camera

Ring Stick Up Cam Battery

Ring Stick Up Cam Battery

It’s no shock that Ring’s latest indoor/ outdoor camera, the Ring Stick Up Cam Battery, made the list. First, let’s talk about its power (and I’m not speaking figuratively). I love that the Ring Stick Up Cam Battery comes with a rechargeable battery pack, as it means I won’t be rushing out to the store every time my battery dies, which should be within six to 12 months, by the way. There’s also the option to power the Ring Stick Up Cam Battery by the sun with the Ring solar panel, which is an incredibly sustainable and convenient feature. Ring is one of the only security companies I’ve reviewed to include solar power options, and I hope more of its competitors follow suit. 

For only $100, a very low price for an outdoor camera, you’ll get coverage from temperatures of negative five to 122 degrees Fahrenheit, an impressive range. You’ll also get 1080p HD video, infrared night vision, two-way audio with noise cancellation, and integrations with Alexa and Google Assistant. Ring has also introduced a feature called privacy zones, which disable motion and audio recording and alerts for specific areas (like your neighbor’s property, for example). Cloud storage is available for a Ring Protect plan, as is professional monitoring and cellular backup, if you have the larger Ring Alarm security system

Every rose has its thorn, and the Ring Stick Up Cam Battery is no exception. I’m a bit underwhelmed by its 110 degree field of view, not to mention its lack of person detection. Plus, the Ring— Always Home app has definitely been slipping, especially on Androids. But overall, I’m really happy with this wireless, indoor/ outdoor option from Ring. 

Want to know more? Read my review of the Ring Stick Up Cam Battery.

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Ring Stick Up Cam Battery
Ring Stick Up Cam Battery
Ring Stick Up Cam Battery

Ring's latest indoor/ outdoor camera impresses with Alexa and Google Assistant integrations, a rechargeable battery pack plus privacy zones. 

Best Wireless Camera

Arlo Pro 3

Arlo Pro 3

It’s rare to find a camera that can be used indoors and outdoors without any wires at all, but the Arlo Pro 3 is one of a kind. First, let’s talk about its video quality. Now, normally we consider 1080p HD to be the industry standard, producing a clear and beautiful picture. However, the Arlo Pro 3 goes above and beyond with 2560p HD video and 2K HDR, ideal for outdoor use. Throw in a 12 times digital zoom and an 130 degree field of view plus color and infrared night vision and you can trust the Arlo Pro 3 to be your eyes, day and night. 

Of course, it also has those Necessary Features we’re always looking for in security cameras, like two-way audio, local storage, and integrations with Alexa, Google Assistant, and even Apple watch. The local storage will take plus in the Arlo Hub (necessary to use the camera in the first place), and cloud storage is available for 30 or 60 days through Arlo Smart. Arlo Smart, which starts at only $2.99 per camera per month, will also throw in detection for people, packages, cars, and animals, plus activity zones! That just made your notifications incredibly specific, and with the motion-activated spotlight, you can rest assured knowing that if someone’s on your property, you’ll know about it. 

As I’ve mentioned ad nauseam, the Arlo Pro 3 is wireless, so I wanted to touch on battery life. First of all, the battery is rechargeable, so you won’t have to buy a new one. Charging it will take only a few hours but will last for three to six months, depending on usage. I recommend getting a second battery so your camera can stay on when the first one is charging. 

Read more in our Arlo Pro 3 review.

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Arlo Pro 3
Arlo Pro 3
Arlo Pro 3

Weather-resistant and wireless, the Arlo Pro 3 will work whether you use Alexa or Google Assistant in your smart home ecosystem. 

Best Outdoor Camera

Nest Cam IQ Outdoor

Nest Cam IQ Outdoor

Although it may be pricey, the Nest Cam IQ Outdoor is worth every penny. It has some of the best video I’ve ever seen in a camera, going above and beyond the industry standard of 1080p HD with 4K sensors and even HDR. Plus, the camera has a feature called Supersight, which makes it automatically zoom in whenever it detects a person. It can zoom in up to 12 times, so you’ll definitely be able to use it as evidence if you need to. Throw in a wide, 130 degree field of view and you’ve got a video that just doesn’t quit. 

Of course, the camera also has excellent infrared night vision, two-way audio, person detection, and integrations with Google Assistant, Alexa, and even Philips Hue light bulbs. So not only can you tell your camera to show its footage on your Chromecast, but you can also create triggers with Hue light bulbs, like having your outdoor lights turn on whenever the camera detects a person. To receive even more specific notifications, their paid subscription option Nest Aware offers facial recognition, in addition to cloud storage

Now, storage is where things get a little dicey, as there’s no local storage, but fortunately Nest has lowered its cloud storage prices significantly. Along with facial recognition and cloud storage, Nest Aware also throws in dog barking alerts, person speaking alerts and activity zones. Sure, the Nest Cam IQ Outdoor is one of our more expensive options at about $400, but I think it’s worth the investment. 

To learn more, read my full review of the Nest Cam IQ Outdoor

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Nest Cam IQ Outdoor
Nest Cam IQ Outdoor
Nest Cam IQ Outdoor

From temperatures of negative 40 to 113 degrees Fahrenheit, this camera can even withstand high-pressure water jets and still work. 

Most Affordable/ Best Budget Camera

Wyze Cam

Wyze Cam

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. 

To learn more, read our full review of the Wyze Cam. 

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Wyze Cam
Wyze Cam
Wyze Cam

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. 

Pricing Rundown

Best Security Cameras Pricing
Best Security Cameras Pricing

When it comes to pricing, you have a pretty big range and an average price of $168. 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.

Methodology

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…

Video

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.

Display

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Wyze Cam Video Display in 1080p HD.

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. 

Field of Zoom

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Nest Cam IQ Indoor Video Display

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.

Field of View

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Logitech Circle 2 Video Display with 180 degree field of view.

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.

Audio

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Arlo Pro 2 Audio Speaker

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.

Night Vision

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abode Night Vision

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.

Storage

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Honeywell Lyric C2 Micro-SD Slot

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

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Facial Recognition on the Netatmo App

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.

Smart Platform Integration

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Amazon Alexa

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. 

Convenience

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Installing the Scout Indoor Camera

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.

Value

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Arlo Ultra 4K Camera

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!

FAQs

What are the best outdoor security cameras?

The best outdoor security cameras include the, Swann 4K Camera, Vivint Outdoor Camera Pro, Blink XT2, Canary Flex, Swann Dome Camera and the Ring Spotlight Cam Battery.

What are the best home security camera systems?

The best home security camera systems include Frontpoint, ADT, Vivint, Protect America, Link Interactive, Nest Secure, abode, SimpliSafe and Ring Alarm.

Is there a security camera that works without Wi-Fi?

The Wyze Cam works without Wi-Fi. You can upload your continuous recorded footage to the camera’s micro-SD card.

How much are security cameras for the home?

Security cameras for the home can range from $20 to $400.

Gabe Turner

Gabe Turner

Gabe Turner is an attorney and journalist with a passion for home tech and secure, efficient living. Since graduating from NYU Law, he has maintained a paradoxical existence of trying to live life adventurously while remaining staunchly risk-averse. He is torn by the dual desires of wanting to only be in Brooklyn writing about housing policy and smart home tech and aspiring to visit his friends scattered across the globe. Gabe believes that stable, safe communities are the cornerstone to a vibrant and healthy society, and it is this passion that brought him to contribute to Security Baron.