The Best Wireless Security Cameras for Your Home

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A home security camera can add hours to your sleep and keep away paranoia about burglary among other things. You, like everyone else, want to feel like they are doing their utmost in protecting their loved ones and their possessions effectively when they are away from home or resting. The security cameras come with many specifications that pertain to your needs, you don’t want to buy a camera that does little or more than you should pay for. There are many variables to consider before you can plug in and get a bird’s eye view on your humble abode. Here is a look at what you shouldn’t overlook when you opt to buy a home security camera.


Indoor or Outdoor Surveillance

It is easier to pick a security camera when you know where you are going to place it in regards to the specifications of the camera. You need to be clear about what part of your home you want to keep an eye on. You might be trying to ward off criminals in the night from your property outdoors or just looking to keep a watchful eye over your family during the day indoors to see what they are up to. A camera that is made for monitoring indoors may have a standard pixilation and require little protection of the device than an outdoor camera. An outdoor camera demands more specifications that require the protection of your home and the camera itself such as IP protection. 

It may also be wise to have a camera with specifics for the environment you plan to put it in such as resistance to adverse weather conditions, night vision capability and waterproof and vandal proof features to mention a few.


Choosing a Wireless Security Camera That Saves Energy

The power source of your camera doesn’t have to always depend on wiring and a power adapter. You can choose between wireless cameras that require a wireless system such as a PoE(powered over Ethernet) or battery powered device. Most wireless cameras that claim to have a wireless power source rely on a receiver to compensate for the lack of a power cord or power adapter. The use of a lithium battery is great for a wireless security camera. Its ability to operate the camera effectively for longer durations without running out can be a good alternative to when there is no electricity.

To save on battery life, a camera with a motion detector can be a great way to keep a wary eye over your premise for a longer period of time. A motion sensor fitted in a camera can help save energy. This motion sensor only records footage when there is a detection of motion in front of the viewed area of the camera to keep from unnecessary capture when there is nothing happening. A camera must be equipped with a capacity for using a storage device. The storage capacity must be at least 32GB.

The use of solar power is also a favorite choice if you live in an area with lots of sunlight and you want to save up on time and expenses of maintaining your device. You can choose the Reolink Argus Pro+Solar Panel for a wireless camera with solar power capability.


Choosing a Camera With Great Picture Quality

The pixelation on the camera must be exceptional to produce quality footage. Cameras with HD (high definition) give the bang of your buck. Even though the standard of most cameras in the market is 1080p, a camera with a picture quality of 720p is a great place to begin to experience a clear picture. A security camera with a resolution of 1280×720 is required to work with most TV screens.

Having a high definition camera can help in instances where you have a burglary in your home, a suspect can be recognized and apprehended with the use of the clarity gained from a camera with HD technology. The Ultra HD 4K is the ultimate example of a crystal clear picture quality camera system. It is one of the cameras with resolutions beyond 1080p.

The ability to shoot at a wide angle is also a necessity if you are going to opt for an outdoor camera. Some security cameras with a view angle below 80 degrees work better for driveways and front porches than they do for backyards and parking areas due to their demand for a wider viewing angle.

A camera with a viewing angle over 80 degrees can capture a large area. A camera with an ability to tilt and rotate is ideal for monitoring areas that have a large surface area without having to rely on a system with a wide viewing angle or multiple camera installations.


Wireless Security Camera That Can Distinguish Between False Alarms and Real Threats

Choose a surveillance camera such as the Reolink PoE camera that has the capability of a motion sensor. CMOS motion detectors can capture images and videos at high resolutions with the use of software that monitors the sensitivity of the light that passes through the lens. This helps you know the difference between a leaf falling and an intruder in your premise. A motion detector also helps to save the battery by using the recording mode only when there is something appearing in front of the camera. A camera with a motion detector with a capability of face recognition is ideal for the function distinguishing when there are strangers in your premise and false alerts such small animals or wind blowing objects in the view area.

The lens must also have the capacity to zoom in and out with great detail without compromising the viewing quality. The ideal lens you should aim for is 4mm thick with a 4X zoom. A camera with a 360 rotation at high speeds can help to capture most of the surface area if your area is wide. A 90-degree tilt is also helpful in instances of watching a large vertical area.


Security Camera With Internet Connectivity

It is imperative and convenient to have access to your security camera system via a monitor, your laptop or your mobile phone. Wireless cameras with WIFI or Ethernet capability are a great investment for a remote home security surveillance. This helps to keep tabs of your home through 

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