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Top 5 Indoor Home Security Cameras of 2019

Updated on March 21, 2019
Home Automation
Home Automation

Are you looking for a reliable indoor camera that can make your home security smarter and simplified? When it comes to the indoor camera, you must check various factors such as design, features, price, etc. which can be confusing for homeowners.

Today, I have listed down the top 5 indoor home security cameras in the market to help you make a better choice.

1.Nest Cam IQ Indoor:-

The Nest Cam IQ Indoor is an advanced home security camera. The camera has features including a 4K sensor, 1080p live view, and recording, HDR imaging, night vision, three microphones with noise cancellation and echo suppression. Nest Cameras are expensive. And while you invest in this camera, the powerful features and cloud plans are available only to subscribers. If you want them, you will have to pay the subscription money. The camera also has a bulky design with no wireless options.

2.Ring Stick Up Cam:-

If you haven’t heard of the ring yet, you probably live under a rock. The ring has been creating buzz with its range of security devices. Their new security device – Ring Stick Up Cam, is a versatile and sturdy camera. Mounting the camera, both indoors and outdoors, is easy and also comes with PoE and USB support for indoors. This camera has 1080p videos which are an upgrade from their previous camera. I think the night vision feature is impressive and also has a built-in siren to make a loud sound to scare off potential intruders. However, integrating it with other smart devices or Google is a little tough. If you want to view recorded videos, you will have to pay a fee.

3. Hogar Controls Sensor Camera:-

I have to say that I am blown away by Hogar Controls Sensor Camera. This easy to install camera offers highresolution (1080 HD) videos. Thus, it’s reliable for both day and night recordings or live view. This home security camera can record or deliver live videos even in low light conditions. It comes with a decent 1mbps bandwidth. Coming to the motion sensor of this camera, which I feel is great, detects motion up to 5 meters. The device supports app connectivity and as features such as video recording, video playback, light sensors, etc. And when any motion will be detected, you will get an instant alert on your phone irrespective of your location. The only point that they could have improved in the range of their motion sensors.

4. Wyze Cam:-

Another budget camera on the list, Wyze Cam is a good indoor security camera that offers decent features. While Wyze Cam has premium features like video high-quality video, two-way audio, instant push notification, motion detection, etc. many users have termed it as repackaged Xiaomi Camera due to similar issues. Personally, it would have been better if they had added SD card slot and web playback. Another flaw that I find should be improved is

5. Xiaomi MI Home Security Camera:-

MI home security camera is the cheapest in the bunch. And even though “cheap” with “security” sounds scary, the MI camera is pretty decent at its price. But the price cut has affected the quality of this camera. Even though it offers a motion sensor of range 10m, two-way audio, push notification and claims to offer good day and night video, the video quality is not up to the mark. While day videos are better than night videos, recognizing faces that are not directly looking into the camera is difficult. The camera app has security issues and installation is quite complicated. To sum it up, it can be a good camera for a nursery or office rooms. But if you are looking for robust security, you must choose other options.These are the top 5 home security cameras in the market according to me. Some are cheap, some are reasonable and some are expensive. But when you are investing in a good home security camera, it is important that you look for essential features such as high-quality day & night videos, motion sensors, etc. to ensure that your home is safe and secure.



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