These smart cameras are great for both indoor and outdoor use, making it easy to buy them in a pack and place all around the property. Not only that, but they pack a punch when it comes to features such as motion detection, night vision, two-way audio, and more!
Today we’ll be looking at Arlo Pro 2 vs. 3, and the useful benefits each camera can offer you and your home. So whether you like the idea of Arlo Pro’s 27-day free cloud storage, or Arlo Pro’s 3 enhanced resolution and field of view, there is a smart camera out there for you.
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Adding a smart camera in your home allows you to not only see your loved ones but communicate with them as well via the two-way audio technology.
Additionally, you can also catch suspicious activity through the motion detection sensors, enable night vision, and more!
Today we’ll be looking at SimCam AI and Arlo Pro 2 smart cameras, and the differences between the two. Surprisingly, we were impressed with the lesser-known SimCam’s capabilities especially when considering its budget-friendly price, so read on to see more about what each camera can offer.
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Smart home security is pretty important in this day and age, luckily with the help of smart cameras, you will have one less thing to worry about.
With useful features such as live-view on demand, motion detection, night vision, and more, you’ll be wondering why you didn’t get one sooner!
Now we’re going to look at both eufyCam E vs. Arlo Pro 2, and the great features they can offer for your home. Whether it’s eufyCam’s impressive local storage that you like or Arlo’s flexible smart home integration, your perfect camera is out there.
So let’s get right to it and check out both models below!
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When it comes to choosing the right smart camera for your home, there are a lot of factors to take note of such as video and audio quality, software, smart home integration, and local storage capabilities.
While a lot of smart cameras include attractive subscription plans, especially when it comes to cloud storage, it’s also useful to have the option of sufficient local storage as an option, if you prefer not to opt for any additional plans.
All these cameras feature local storage via a USB or an SD card. Please note that having local storage doesn’t necessarily mean that the cameras will record 24/7 to local storage. Most of the cameras will only record motion-triggered activities. If you’re looking for a continuous video recording to local storage make sure to check out our take on Top 5 Smart Continuous Video Recording Cameras where we break down cameras with local & cloud CVR support.
So let’s get right into it, and see which smart camera suits you better!
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Gone are the days where smart security cameras were these unattractive, and menacing-looking devices. Today they not only offer the same protection such as night vision, motion detection and more, but they also come in all types of aesthetically pleasing shapes and colors.
Today we’ll be looking at Wyze Cam vs. Arlo Pro 2, and how they can benefit your home. Whether you prefer the budget-friendly Wyze Cam with its free storage or Arlo Pro 2 with its advanced video technology, the choice is yours.
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Smart cameras are a handy addition for any home as they can be placed both inside and outside, and can also be integrated with other smart home products, such as locks and doorbells. They not only record useful footage, but also come with other unique features such as motion detection, two-way audio, and more!
Today we’ll be looking at Blink XT2 vs. Arlo Pro 2, and the useful benefits you can expect from either model. Whether it’s the budget-friendly Blink XT2 camera with its extended battery life, or the more expensive, but advanced Arlo Pro 2. We’re sure you’ll find something you like.
So let’s get right to it and see which one suits your home best!
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Although, don’t get us wrong, the Arlo Pro is a solid camera too and it might be just a perfect video monitoring solution for your home. After all, who wants to overpay for the smart features they’ll never need to use?
So, before we compare the Arlo Pro vs. Arlo Pro 2, let’s clarify a few things. If you’re familiar with the Arlo wireless cameras, feel free to use the article navigation below to jump to the right section. However, if you’re new to Arlo, — we really suggest you keep reading.
The Arlo Pro 2 camera is one of the best wireless cameras on the market, and the All-New line of Ring Stick Up Cams that received a revamp earlier this year makes it a worthy competitor. Which camera is best is really going to depend on what you’re looking for when it comes to video monitoring.
The Power over Ethernet features of the Ring Stick Up Cam Elite make it one of our favorite options on the market. And flexible power options of the Ring Stick Up Cam Gen 3 from Battery, Plug-In to Solar make the camera super versitile. However, at the same time, the AC & Battery option with Arlo makes it a good buy as well. Regardless of your choice, you’ll likely be more than happy with the features each brand has to offer.
Each camera has their pros and cons, and we’ll go into detail while comparing the Arlo Pro 2 vs. Ring Stick Up Cams. Read on below for the big picture, or use our navigation bar to jump directly to the sections you care about most.
Some cameras have the ability to record all of the activity they see 24/7, which allows you to rewind the footage to any point during the day and make sure you’re not missing anything important. This feature is known as continuous video recording (CVR) and is offered either using cloud or local storage depending on the type of camera.
When it comes to smart cameras, CVR is offered as a separate subscription due to the large amount of resources it uses to store than amount of data. Motion-triggered recording is far less expensive than CVR, but having the option for 24/7 recording is great for those who need non-stop footage of everything that is happening within their home. CVR bypasses the flaw of a “cool-off” time that many motion-triggered recordings have that can potentially lead to the exclusion of important information.
Not every smart camera is a continuous video recording camera, but we’ve compiled the best of the ones that are to help you choose a model that will work for you.