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Sony Cybershot WX5 and TX9 cameras pack 3D panorama & Full HD

Sony has outed its latest Cybershot digital cameras, the 12.2-megapixel 3D-capable DSC-WX5 and DSC-TX9, and the 14.1-megapixel DSC-T99.  Both the WX5 and the TX9 support Full HD 1080i video recording, along with 2D/3D sweep panorama like the NEX-5, with the TX9 also throwing in an underwater-panorama mode when paired with a marine housing.

The WX5 has a 5x optical zoom while the TX9 has a 4x optical zoom; there’s also a new “Background Defocus” mode which automatically shoots two images and then combines them to keep the foreground subject crisp and the background suitably blurry.  A “New Soft Skin” mode, meanwhile, does a little Photoshop-style editing in-camera, automatically getting rid of lines and wrinkles.  The WX5 has a 2.8-inch preview display while the TX9 scales that up to 3.5-inches.

As for the DSX-T99, that has a 4x optical zoom, sweep panorama (with underwater mode, but no 3D support) and 720p HD video recording, together with a 3-inch preview display.  All three models will go on sale this summer, pricing TBA.

Press Release:

New Cyber-shot™ digital cameras with Exmor R™ CMOS Sensor for beautiful, low-noise images Slim, stylish WX5 and TX9 with Superior Auto mode, 1080i Full HD movie and 3D Sweep Panorama

08 July 2010

• 12.2 megapixel Exmor R™ CMOS Sensor and new Superior Auto mode for superb images with DSLR-style low noise performance

• 1080i Full HD movie recording for playback on your HD TV

• World’s first compact still cameras with 3D Sweep Panorama

• Sweep Multi Angle for exciting 3D-style viewing effects

• Background defocus mode for stunning professional effects

Experience a new dimension of photo excitement with this summer’s colourful additions to the Cyber-shot™ family of digital cameras from Sony.

Beautifully slim, light and easy to use, the Cyber-shot™ WX5 and TX9 boast exciting new features for outstanding still picture quality compared with conventional compact cameras. Capable of shooting detail-packed Full HD (1920 x 1080, 50i) AVCHD movie clips, they’re also the first Cyber-shot™ cameras from Sony that can capture amazing 3D images to enjoy on any 3D-compatible TV.

Superior Auto mode: incredible low-noise images

The WX5 and TX9 are the first Cyber-shot™ cameras that can capture extremely low-noise images, evoking the expressive power of a digital SLR camera.

Powered by the 12.2 megapixel Exmor R™ CMOS Sensor, Superior Auto mode captures a high-speed burst of up to six frames when you press the shutter button. Camera settings are automatically optimised according to shooting conditions. Cyber-shot™ then combines information from each frame to create an exquisite, low-noise picture with wide dynamic range, as enjoyed by DSLR photo enthusiasts.

As an extra refinement, new Background Defocus makes it easy to achieve pro-style images, similar to the results achieved with a DSLR camera and wide-aperture lens. Cyber-shot™ rapidly shoots two frames when the shutter button is pressed. Position information between the foreground and background is analysed automatically, creating a single picture with your subject in sharp focus and a beautifully blurred background. New Soft Skin mode flatters portrait subjects even further, automatically removing small wrinkles and skin blemishes for effortlessly beautiful results.

First-ever 3D Cyber-shot™ cameras

For the first time ever, 3D Sweep Panorama lets you shoot incredible 3D images without needing a bulky, complex double-lens camera system.

Cyber-shot™ offers even more exciting 3D image possibilities. Also new this year, Sweep Multi Angle shoots a high-speed burst of fifteen frames, creating a ‘3D-style’ image of your subject that can be viewed from different angles. After shooting, just tilt the Cyber-shot™ from side to side: sensors inside the camera detect your movements, scrolling through the sequence of multi-angle frames as you tilt and view the camera’s LCD screen. Multi-angle views can also be viewed simultaneously on an ordinary 2D television as you tilt the camera.

You can also enjoy breath-taking panoramic shots with the Cyber-shot™ TX9 while you’re snorkelling or diving. Add an optional marine housing and select Underwater Sweep Panorama mode that optimises white balance for clear, natural results with underwater subjects.

Cyber-shot™ T99 – more style, more colour

The beautiful, easy to use Cyber-shot™ WX5, TX9 and T99 digital cameras by Sony are available from mid-September 2010.

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Sony Flagship Es Receivers And Blu

Sony has revealed its latest range of A/V receivers and Blu-ray players, with the new models having a custom integration focus.  The Sony STR-DA3600ES, STR-DA4600ES and STR-DA5600ES all support multi-room playback, with 7.1-channels, HDMI 1.4a inputs/outputs and 3D support, while the STR-DN2010 is set up for a single room.  Meanwhile there’s also the Sony BDP-S1700ES, a Full HD 1080p Blu-ray player with 3D support, integrated WiFi b/g/n and upscaling.

Thanks to ethernet connectivity the various ES-series receivers can stream content locally and over the internet using DLNA or subscription-based services like Rhapsody.  The DA3600ES has 100W per channel, the DA4600ES has 110W per channel and the DA5600ES has 130W per channel; the latter two models can also push out audio and video to a second zone via ethernet, simultaneously upscaling content to 1080p in the main zone and 1080i in the secondary zone.

As for the BDP-S1700ES, that’s compatible with Sony’s iPhone/iPod touch remote control app, and the company says an Android version is on its way.  Like the receivers it has an IR input, and it can also connect to the Gracenote database for media info.

Full details of each model in the press release below.  The Sony STR-DA3600ES and STR-DA4600ES will arrive in August 2010 for $1,100 and $1,500 respectively, while the STR-DA5600ES will drop in September for $2,000; the Sony STR-DN2010 and Sony BDP-S1700ES will arrive in August for $800 and $400 respectively.

Press Release:


Company Supports Specialty AV Channel With Focused Distribution Strategy

SAN DIEGO, July 6, 2010 – Driving the innovation of 3D, Sony today took another step to strengthen its industry leading 3D home product line with new Elevated Standard (ES) AV receivers including the STR-DA5600ES, STRA-DA4600ES, and STR-DA3600ES and a Blu-ray 3D™ player, the BDP-S1700ES.

In addition to Sony’s latest 3D capable BRAVIA® HDTVs, the new ES components represent the best audio and video quality Sony has to offer. Designed with custom installers in mind, ES models integrate seamlessly with multi-room, third-party control systems.

AV Receivers with Custom Control

Sony’s 2010 ES AV receivers feature IR input jacks and two-way serial control. They also offer control over IP which allows installers to easily integrate the receivers into the leading home automation systems including Control4®, Crestron, AMX®, Savant, Ultimate Remote Control, RTI, and others. Sony has worked closely with leading control companies and is a Control4 Certified Partner, an AMX Device Discovery Partner, Crestron Integration Partner, and a Savant Excellence in Audio and Video Partner.

The new models offer 3D pass-through and flexible multi-room features. They can connect to a home broadband network through an Ethernet port offering easy access to digital photos, music and videos from Digital Life Network Alliance (DLNA®) sources. They also function as an Ethernet hub featuring four ports that connect other network devices.

Additionally, the Ethernet connection provides access to both Shoutcast® Internet Radio and Rhapsody® Music Service, and offers easy access to firmware upgrades via the Internet. The STR-DA5600ES model also functions as a DLNA Live Audio Server that can stream music to other DLNA clients.

The STR-DA5600ES and the STR-DA4600ES offer the ability to distribute audio and video to multiple rooms via the second HDMI output and video to a second zone via CAT5 output. They can both also up-scale all sources to 1080p in the main zone and 1080i in a second zone via the Faroudja chip® ensuring a consistent, sharp picture. The connected video zones feature a high-grade, icon-driven menu system that allows for simple device and content navigation.

All three models feature Digital Cinema Auto Calibration (DCAC) with Automatic Phase Matching (APM). Without changing the front reference speakers, APM corrects for phase differentiation between front, center, and surround speakers, ensuring an ideal sound stage regardless of speaker type. The STR-DA5600ES also offers DCAC EX which includes speaker relocation, not only adjusting for the distance but also the angle of the listening position to create an optimal listening environment.

The receivers also feature Sony’s innovative new HD Digital Cinema Sound® that was developed together with Sony Pictures Entertainment. Incorporating high-mounted front speaker placement, HD DCS was designed to transform and replicate both the sound quality and acoustics of a movie theater in the home environment creating an unmatched home theater experience.

The models feature Sony’s Digital Media Port™ for simple connection to an iPod and other digital music players, and are both XM® and Sirius® ready.

The 7.1 channel network multi-room STR-DA5600ES AV receiver features a 130-watt power amplifier x7 (8 ohms, 20 Hz – 20 kHz, .09 percent THD) With six HDMI 1.4 inputs (five rear, one front) and two switched or simultaneous HDMI outputs, the model will be available this September for about $2,000.

The 120-watt x7 (8 ohms, 20 Hz – 20 kHz, .09 percent THD) STR-DA4600ES features four HDMI outputs and two switched or simultaneous HDMI outputs. It will be available this August for about $1,500.

The 100-watt x7 (8 ohms, 20 Hz – 20 kHz, .09 percent THD) STR-DA3500ES features four HDMI output and will be available in August for about $1,100.

The company also added the 110-watt STR-DN2010 network 3D capable model to its receiver line up. The model will be available in August for about $800.

ES Blu-ray 3D Player with iPhone/iPod Control

Available next month for about $400, Sony’s BDP-S1700ES Blu-ray 3D player features an IR input on the back panel or easy integration with control systems. It also offers built in Wi-Fi (802.11n) for easy access to Sony’s BRAVIA Internet Video platform and Sony’s new premium video service, Qriocity.

Also, users with an iPhone or iPod touch device can control the player using the free “BD Remote” app available from the Apple App store. The app, which will also be available soon for Android™ devices, allows the hand-held to function as a remote control and displays Blu-ray Disc details such as jacket artwork, actor, and production information as well as search for related video clips online.

ES Quality

Model Specifications:

STR-DA5600ES 7.1 Channel Network Multi-room AV Receiver

Available in September for about $2,000

· 130 watt x7 @ 8-ohms, 1kHz, .09% THD

· DCAC EX Speaker Auto-Calibration with Speaker Relocation (distance and degree) and Automatic Phase Matching (APM)

· 3D pass-through

· Integrated four port Ethernet switch

· Second zone CAT5e output

· DLNA Client and Live Audio Server

· iPhone/iPod Touch remote control application

· On-screen graphical user interface with overlay (main and second zones)

· H.A.T.S. clock synchronization for HDMI and DSD

· Standby pass-through of audio and video via HDMI

· Control system integration via control over IP, RS232 or IR

· PC set up manager

· Audio Return Channel for TV audio over a single HDMI cable

· Shoutcast® Internet Radio and Rhapsody® Music Service

· Dolby® TrueHD and dts® HD Enhanced audio codecs

STR-DA4600ES 7.1 Channel Network Multi-room AV Receiver

Available in August for about $1,500

· 120 watt x7 @ 8-ohms, 1kHz, .09% THD

· 3D pass-through

· Integrated four port Ethernet switch

· Second zone CAT5e output

· DLNA Client

· iPhone/iPod Touch remote control application

· On-screen graphical user interface with overlay (main and second zones)

· Standby pass-through of audio and video via HDMI

· Control system integration via control over IP, RS232 or IR

· PC set up manager

· Audio Return Channel for TV audio over a single HDMI cable

· Shoutcast® Internet Radio and Rhapsody® Music Service

· Dolby TrueHD and dts HD Enhanced audio codecs

STR-DA3600ES 7.1 Channel Network Multi-room AV Receiver

Available in August for about $1,100

· 100 watt x7 @ 8-ohms, 1kHz, .09% THD

· 3D pass-through

· Integrated four port Ethernet switch

· DLNA Client

· iPhone/iPod Touch remote control application

· On-screen graphical user interface with overlay (main and second zones)

· Standby pass-through of audio and video via HDMI connected devices

· Control system integration via control over IP, RS232 or IR

· PC set up manager

· Audio Return Channel for TV audio over a single HDMI cable

· Shoutcast® Internet Radio and Rhapsody® Music Service

· Dolby TrueHD and dts HD Enhanced audio codecs

STR-DN2010 7.1 Channel Network AV Receiver

Available in August for about $800

· 110 watt x7 @ 8-ohms, 1kHz, 1% THD

· 3D pass-through

· Integrated four port Ethernet switch

· DLNA Client

· iPhone/iPod touch remote control app

· On-screen graphical user interface

· Wireless second zone audio (S-AIR™ multi-room capability)

· Standby pass-through of audio and video via HDMI connected devices

· Audio Return Channel for TV audio over a single HDMI cable

· Shoutcast® Internet Radio and Rhapsody® Music Service

· Dolby TrueHD and dts HD Enhanced audio codecs

BDP-S1700ES Blu-ray 3D Player

Available in August for $400

· Full HD 1080p single-disc Blu-ray Disc, DVD, CD, SA-CD player

· Blu-ray 3D capable

· BRAVIA Internet Video and Sony’s Qriocity

· IR input jack on rear panel for easy control system integration

· Built-in Wi-Fi Wireless (802.11n) with Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)

· Entertainment Database Browser with Gracenote™ technology

· BD Remote (iPhone/iPod touch and Android remote control – free app.)

· Photo/music/video playback via USB and DLNA

· DVD upscaling to 1080p with Precision Cinema HD Upscaling

· Dolby TrueHD and dts-HD Master Audio™ decoding

· Built-in 1GB Memory

Weighing The Benefits And Costs Of Police Body Cameras

Suppose a picture really is worth a thousand words. What is it worth, then, when every police officer on the streets wears a camera and can capture every moment of a crime scene, and every frame of a suspicious activity in motion?

Apparently those pictures are worth a lot. As of spring 2024, the use of data from police body cameras had been approved in six states, with another 34 states taking legislation into consideration, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. President Barack Obama also created a program that would invest $75 million in federal funds to help equip 50,000 local police officers with body cameras.

Federal law enforcement is following suit, as 99 percent of federal government officials surveyed believe that video surveillance will factor into their ability prevent crime over the next five years, according to a 2024 report from the research firm Meritalk.

But the move to use data from body cameras is not without its challenges. Police departments, already stretched thin financially, could face a high hurdle in adopting the technology. It’s also unclear how video evidence would be managed, and some worry that rampant videotaping by police could compromise citizen privacy.

Understanding the Costs Involved

There is good reason to believe that police body cameras work. They may cut use of force by police officers in half, and pare back complaints by 90 percent, according to a study in the Journal of Quantitative Criminology.

The financial cost of these benefits can run high, however. While the price of a body camera may not be prohibitive — it’s typically $300 to $1,000 per device — data storage costs can take a bite out of a police department’s budget, especially for small cities.

For instance, Duluth, Minnesota, purchased 84 cameras for less than $5,000, but its three-year contract for data storage came in around $78,000, according to a 2024 article in The Pew Charitable Trusts. Likewise, New Orleans police are anticipating $1.2 million in expenses over five years to support data storage for only 350 body cameras.

The expense of data management is driven by a number of variables that may be within the control of police departments. Storage costs will depend on the volume of data, as well as on duration. Many police departments are determining how long video content should be stored. While police departments may have ideas about how to handle this, policy often will be set by a combination of legislation and community consensus.

Providing the Necessary Storage Space

Experts say the most likely solution to the cost of video storage will come via the cloud. When volume outstrips the local police department servers, many will turn to commercial cloud solutions as a means of keeping data over time.

Vendors recognize the possibility and are taking steps to offer full-service solutions. Taser, a manufacturer of body cameras, pairs its body-worn camera system with chúng tôi its own private cloud service.

As with many new technologies, every answer raises new questions. The cloud may solve storage issues, but what about so-called “chain of custody?” How can law enforcement officials be certain video content is safe and undisturbed once they hand it over to an outside provider? Solid contracts and good security practices should provide assurance, but courts still will have to be convinced that the chain of evidence is unbroken.

Addressing Privacy Concerns with Body-Worn Cameras

Body-worn cameras also raise issues of privacy. Unlike vehicle-mounted cameras used in traffic stops, body cameras can come into a person’s home and can record personal activity. Body cameras also can record individuals in the background who, while not part of a crime, may nonetheless be identified for other purposes further down the road.

Suppose a citizen were to request a specific video through the Freedom of Information Act, arguing that it is part of the public record. Would police have to blur the faces of all bystanders unrelated to the event? In that case, the cost of labor could be staggering.

Clearly the rapid adoption of body cameras, while a boon to law enforcement, brings with it a range of technological and social challenges. The answers likely will lie in a combination of police policy, citizen expectation and legal and legislative actions. All this will take time. Just as the courts took a while to understand fingerprints, and later to accept DNA evidence, the role of body cameras likely will take some time to become established.

Another technology trend gaining traction in the law enforcement sector is wearables, which can boost police productivity without weighing them down with equipment.

Sony Xperia Zr Quick Review, Price And Comparison

Camera and Internal Storage

The Sony Xperia ZR sports a 13MP camera, to be more precise, 13.1 MP rear camera. This camera seems really powerful as it is a fast-capture camera with Exmor RS featuring 16x digital zoom. The camera is also featured with Geo-tagging, Touch focus, Face detection, Image stabilization, HDR and sweep panorama mode. The Camera is capable of capturing a video at 4128×3096 pixels and it is accompanied with the LED flash.

Coming toward the front side, the device got a VGA front facing camera. This is mostly used for video calling and hence doesn’t matter a much. The device has a dedicated hardware button for the camera which you don’t find in Apple’s devices but allows using it even when the screen is locked which is similar in the iPhones.

Processor and Battery

The device is powered with an excellent Quad core processor running up to 1.5GHz . The Chipset used in the device is Qualcomm Snapdragon APQ8064 (Snapdragon S4 Pro) . This sanapdragon S4 Pro is said as a monster of a chip as it easily beats the Nvidia Tegra 3 on phones like the international HTC One X and the Samsung Exynos 4412 on the Galaxy S III. To give you a better idea of how much faster the quad-core S4 Pro is than the current crop of chips, let’s just mention that out of the box, Qualcomm’s mobile development platform for it scored around 7,700 on Quadrant, more than twice better than the Tegra 3-based Nexus 7.

The processor comes with a GPU of Adreno 320 for graphical processing. So by integrating this new GPU, the MDP/T provides over 2 times faster graphics processing capabilities than the Snapdragon S4 MSM8960 MDP/smartphone which includes the Adreno 225 GPU.  It has also been confirmed that along with the Qualcomm APQ8064 quad-core processor, the phone will come with Qualcomm’s multi-mode LTE-enabled MDM9615 baseband.

With this powerful processor the device has got a Li-ion 2300 mAh battery which should easily run for stand- by-time of Up to 470 h on 2G and Up to 520 h on 3G. The expected talk time with this battery is up to 11 h on 2G and up to 13 h on 3G.

Display Size and Type Comparison

The device can be a good competition to the company’s own Sony Xperia Z which was one of the most selling devices in the company’s portfolio. Both share some come looks but Z was one of the slimmest device we had in this segment and ZR is fatter, at 10.4mm thick compared to the 7.9mm of the Z. The other body dimension are same including the weights that is even 6gms light in case of ZR.

The Xperia ZR is protected against total immersion in water as it comes with IP55 and IP58 compliance, making it dustproof and is water proof against water ingress at 1.5m for duration of 30 mins. The Sony Xperia Z, on the other hand has IPX5/7 grading, meaning it is only resistant to water.  Sony even suggests that you can use the ZR to shoot underwater images and video. Try that with a Z and all you’ll get is a broken device.

The display is something where the buyers of Xperia ZR can get confused. The display is bit smaller and has a 4.55-inch display, whereas the Xperia Z gives you 5 inches. The ZR has 1280 x 720pixels of display resolution where as the Z has sharp 1920 x 1080pixels of display resolution. The front camera is also weaker in ZR as it offers only a VGA front-facing camera whereas the Sony Xperia Z boasts a 2-megapixel front camera. The Sony Xperia ZR is listed as offering only 8GB of internal memory, whereas the Xperia Z will give you 16GB. That’s not a huge deal, as both offer expansion via microSD.

Model Sony Xperia ZR

Display Resolution: 720 x 1280 pixels  (pixel density:323 ppi)

OS Android v4.1Jelly Bean OS

Processor 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro Quad Core Processor.

RAM, ROM 2GB, 8GB, expandable up to 32GB

Camera 13.1MP, 0.3 MP

Battery 2300 mAh

Price 29,990 INR


The technical and hardware specs of the device looks really great with ports are all firmly secured, device being dustproof and shatterproof with a scratch-resistant glass.”Battery Stamina” technology gives it a boast by saving 4x of battery conservation with the automatic shutdown of battery-consuming applications. The display and the Android Version 4.1 can be something that can force the buyer to think twice before purchasing the device but as rightly said by the director of the company the Xperia ZR pushes the boundaries on where and how consumers can use the full potential of their smart phone. The device will come packed with Handset, Battery, Charger, User Manual, Warranty Card and can book your pre-order at chúng tôi and chúng tôi for 29,990 INR.

10+ Best Budget Security Cameras

10+ best budget security cameras [In Home, Outdoor]




Home security is crucial and usually, the best way to protect your home is to install an alarm or a security camera.

Security cameras are relatively easy to set up, so today we’re going to show you the best security cameras for your home.

What are the best security camera deals?

1080P HD indoor

Alerts on your smartphone

Sets up in minutes

Motion detection

No individual camera arm/disarm scheduling

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If you want to protect your home with a security system, you might want to consider the Blink Mini security camera. The system comes with a motion detection feature that supports both day and night vision, thanks to its built-in infrared.

This security camera, and you can use it to watch recorded or live video from your smartphone anytime you want.

Blink Mini Compact indoor plug-in smart security camera offers amazing features and it will be perfect if you want to protect your home.

Lets you see, hear and speak to visitors from your phone, tablet and PC

1080HD video

Infrared night vision and Live View

Includes built-in LED light strips and a siren

Some issues by the motion detection feature

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Ring Spotlight Cam Battery HD security camera allows you to c see, hear and speak to visitors from your phone, tablet and PC.

This security system has an a1080HD video as well, and you can add voice control by combining it with a screen Alexa device.

Also, good to mention is that if your camera gets stolen, it will be replaced for free, because it benefits from lifetime theft protection.

Wireless battery-powered HD security camera

Long-lasting battery life

Live view in real time

Works with Alexa devices

Complaints about the motion sensing

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All-new Blink Outdoor security camera offers two-year battery life and is built to withstand the outdoor elements.

You are able to see what’s happening at home with the Blink app using HD live view and infrared night vision. There is no need for professional installation because it has an intuitive setup.

And it also works with Alexa devices. You can now view live streams, motion clips, arm and disarm your system through Alexa devices.

1080p -1080p Full HD

Motion/sound recording with free cloud storage

Night vision

Works with Alexa and Google Assistant (US only)

Unclear instructions

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The Wyze Cam v2 offers you fast and clear, live stream footage direct to your smartphone. You can check your home via the Wyze App (iOS and Android), day or night (night vision up to 30 feet).

 Wyze Cam v2 also works with Alexa, and it can automatically record a 10-15 second alert video when it detects motion or sound.

This security camera is easy to install, there is no need for professional technicians thanks o its small size.

1080 high resolution

360° pan/tilt & easy to set up

Smart motion detection & secure two way storage

IP65 waterproof & dustproof

Poor documentation

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Protecting your home with a security camera doesn’t have to be a complicated process, and if you want a simple and fast solution you might want to consider this camera.

The Goowls 1080P Pan/Tils security camera is very easy to install. It only takes 5 minutes to complete the setup.

This great security camera has a lot of features like 1080P HD 110° wide view for better screening and also has IR night vision. It works with Alexa Echo Show, and you can use it with IOS, Android, or Windows.

Customizable privacy zones

Audio privacy

Live view

Easy setup

Poor motion detection zone coverage

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This is an outdoor camera and it offers a weather-resistant and wireless design. The camera allows you to set up zones that will trigger the alerts, and it also supports two-way communication.

Of course, the camera comes with infrared LEDs so it fully supports night vision. It’s worth mentioning that the camera also supports cloud video recording so you can easily view any previous recordings online.

Regarding cloud storage, you can store up to 6 months of activity online. We have to mention that the cloud recording feature isn’t free, but you can subscribe to it on a yearly or monthly basis.

Regarding the camera, it supports HD video and it has an 80-degree field of view. The camera has a built-in battery that can last up to 6-12 hours with regular usage. 

Works with Alexa for voice control

Powerful HD camera with night vision

Indoor / outdoor HD security

116° wide-angle lens

Connection drops on and off

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Canary Flex can work as an indoor or outdoor camera since it’s completely weatherproof. This camera delivers 1080p video, and since it comes with a built-in 6700 mAh lithium-ion battery it can work without any wires.

We also have to mention that this camera has an amazing design with a 360-degree magnetic swivel base. The camera has a 116-degree wide-angle lens and it offers high-quality automatic night vision.

The camera uses dual-band Wi-Fi to provides reliable signal and performance, so no cables are required. Canary Flex comes with a dedicated encryption chip and it offers AES 256-bit data encryption and encrypted web storage.

Just like all other security cameras on our list, this one will send you mobile alerts along with recorded video whenever motion is detected.

Outdoor Wi-Fi camera

130-degree wide angle view

1080p HD

Night vision illuminates

No memory card slot

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The Nest Cam Outdoor Security Camera is a weatherproof security camera and it requires a power supply in order to work. The camera connects directly to the power outlet thus ensuring that you don’t miss a thing.

We have to mention that this camera supports continuous recording and it will record up to 30 days of video and store it in the cloud.

The camera supports notifications so you’ll receive a notification if a motion or sound is detected. If you receive a notification you’ll get pictures from the camera that will be stored in the application for three hours.

With Nest Aware subscription you can get alerts only if a person is detected or if somebody enters a predefined activity zone.

Full HD 1080p camera with a 147-degree lens view

Built-in alarm system

Canary Home Security System

Works using Wi-Fi

No two-way audio

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This camera has a built-in 90dB siren and you can sound the alarm using the dedicated application. In addition, you can also connect directly to your emergency services using the app.

The installation process is quite simple and you just need to place the camera where you want and connect it to the Internet.

Canary All-in-One Home Security Device has a 1080p HD camera with a wide-angle lens so you can easily keep an eye on your home. We also have to mention that this camera has audio and night vision support as well as a motion detector.

It’s also worth mentioning that free cloud storage is included, so you can view the recorded video at any time. This is a solid security camera for your home, and it’s available on Amazon.

Wi-Fi 2.4 and 5 GHz

135-degree wide angle viewing

Auto night vision up to 15 feet

Advanced motion detection

8x digital zoom

Red LED lights can be seen at night

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Logitech Circle is a security camera that comes with a simple and low-profile design. The camera has a 135-degree wide-angle glass lens and it supports 1080p HD video.

Expert tip:

Every Logi Circle camera comes with 24-hours of free encrypted cloud storage thus allowing you to check previous recordings with ease. It’s also worth mentioning that this camera supports a two-way conversation feature which can be rather useful.

2-way audio

Night vision

130-degree field of view

24/7 continuous recording

Motion detection is super sensitive

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Another simple security camera for your home is Arlo Q. This is a 1080p camera and it will record video in HD quality.

The camera stores all recordings that are triggered by motion or sound in the cloud for seven days so you can easily view any missed alerts and recordings.

In addition, there’s an option to store 24/7 recordings on the cloud. It’s also worth mentioning that this is a night vision camera so it comes with integrated infrared lights.

The camera has a 130-degree wide-angle lens that will ensure that you don’t miss a thing. This camera also allows you to back up your recordings using the micro USB port.

Unlike previous entries on our list, this one supports Power over Ethernet, so you can power the camera and transfer data using a single cable.

1080p rotating camera

2 window/door sensors

Two-way audio

Zmodo mobile app

Doesn’t have any siren or alarm

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Zmodo Pivot is another security camera for your home, but unlike other cameras on our list, this one comes with door and window sensors.

This camera supports remote rotation, and you can rotate it automatically or manually. The camera can rotate automatically to the door sensor as soon as the door or window is open.

It’s worth mentioning that Zmodo Pivot can work with other smart devices such as door sensors, smart lighting and doorbells. Regarding the camera, it records 1080p video and it has a 135-degree wide-angle.

The camera has 360-degree motion detection and an automatic 360 pans when motion is detected.

Wide 90° viewing angle

IR LED night vision up to 32 ft

Two-way audio

Pan, tilt and intelligent digital zoom

Doesn’t tilt below horizontal

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If you want a security camera that is simple to use, you might want to try Amcrest 1080P. This is a full HD camera and it supports 1920×1080 resolution at 30 frames per second.

The camera has a 90-degree viewing angle and it supports remote panning, tilting, and zooming. Another feature of this camera is night vision, and this camera supports night vision up to 32 feet.

The camera also supports two-way audio, which can be rather useful. Regarding the connectivity, the device supports both Wi-Fi and Ethernet.

Amcrest 1080P comes with a dedicated app that will give you a notification whenever a motion is detected.

16 feet of night vision

Remote viewing (iPhone, iPad, Android, or Windows phones)

Motion detection

Wi-Fi or Ethernet connection

Stops streaming in app after a certain amount of time

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D-Link DCS-932L is a simple security camera and you can use it to secure your home or a small office. The camera supports night vision along with motion and sound detection.

Similar to other entries on our list, you can remotely check your camera on any device over the Internet. The camera will send you a snapshot along with an email notification whenever it detects a sound or motion.

The camera features night vision up to 5 meters thanks to the built-in infrared LEDs. It has a VGA CMOS sensor so it offers 640 x 480 resolution at 20fps.

D-Link DCS-932L is a simple security camera, and if you’re looking for an affordable camera with humble specifications this model can be perfect for you.

Full HD 1080p

130° field of view

Infrared night vision

Video sensor 4MP


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Unlike other security cameras on our list, this one comes with face recognition technology. Thanks to this feature you’ll get a notification whenever a familiar person appears on the camera.

Thanks to the facial recognition feature you can disable notifications or recordings for specific people. This camera comes with a sleek minimalistic design and it can record videos at 1080p resolution.

Thanks to the high-power infrared LED you can also use this camera in the dark. The camera will record video only if motion is detected,  and it offers amazing design along with facial recognition technology.

Pan 350 degrees / Tilt 155 degrees

1080p Full HD

Auto tracking

Motion Zone Select

Night Vision to 16ft (5m)

No SD card included

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Samsung SmartCam is an HD security camera and it can record 1080p video at 30fps. The camera supports remote panning and tilting so you can easily adjust it at any time.

Another useful feature of this device is auto-tracking. The camera also supports motion zones, and you can set up three motion zones. If any movement is detected in the motion zone you’ll immediately get an alert.

The camera stores all recordings to the microSDXC card, and you can use up to 128 GB of cards with this device. Regarding recording, the camera supports event recording, manual recording, and continuous recording.

1080p Full HD video

100° field of view

IR night vision: 15 m/50 ft

Encrypted microSD card included

Motion detection area cannot be freely drawn

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Netatmo Smart is an outdoor security camera and it comes with a mechanism that can detect cars, people or animals. The camera has a 4MP sensor with a 100-degree field of view and it can support resolutions up to 1920×1080.

This camera supports night vision thanks to the infrared LEDs, but there’s also a built-in floodlight that you can use. You can turn on the floodlight from the application or you can configure it to turn itself on if any movement is detected.

The camera comes with a dedicated app that will show notifications if any movement is detected.  Regarding the storage, this camera uses a memory card of up to 32GB for storage, but you can also use Dropbox or FTP server.

CMOS sensor (5 mega pixels)

12x zoom

Two-way communication

Compatible with iOS or Android devices

Motion detection is very sensitive

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Unlike other security cameras on our list, this one comes with creative design and it should fit in your living room perfectly.

This device has a 5Mpx sensor and it supports 1080p resolution, x12 zoom and night vision. You can always see the camera feed over Wi-Fi or 3G/4G.

The application also supports event tracking and customizable alerts. It’s also worth mentioning that this camera has 135-degree viewing angle and high-quality night vision.

Regarding recording, event recorder feature is supported as well as 48h time-lapse. There’s also a premium plan that allows you to save your recordings for up 30 days.

Security camera is probably one of the best ways to protect your home.

There are all sorts of different security cameras on the market, and almost all cameras on our list allow you to view the camera feed over the Internet and to receive alerts on your smartphone.

Choosing the best security camera for your home isn’t an easy task, but we hope that you found an appropriate camera for you on our list.

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Five Uses For Surveillance Cameras

Having a surveillance camera installed is a common practice in homes and businesses alike. There is a lot of security provided when the area is being filmed, and this kind of protection is very valuable. Even if nothing suspicious occurs, it is reassuring when the area can be seen at all times. Being able to go back and review select footage is another benefit of having a camera set up in the area. Most incidents happen when they are least expected, so constantly having the cameras rolling will ensure that nothing is ever missed or overlooked.

1. Tracking Customers

When cameras are placed inside of a business, loss control can definitely become a focus. With valuable inventory in stock, it makes sense to want every available method of security that can be used to help. In case of theft or vandalism, the footage will capture it all. This can explain missing or damaged items and ensure the team is aware of how this might be happening or how others are attempting to make it happen.

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2. Inspecting Merchandise

3. Monitoring The Household 4. Automatically Deterring

5. Decision Assistance

In case a decision must be made regarding a suspicious situation or unlawful incident, reviewing the footage on a camera can make the process a lot easier. It can guide those facing this decision to make the best choice possible given the circumstances. This takes away a lot of the stress involved and can eliminate the feeling of being powerless. Taking back control of the area after something like this occurs is an important step to tightening up the security that is already in place. It can avoid much of the hassle and confusion because the actions are highlighted clearly in the footage already.

As the risks are constantly evolving, cameras set up for security purposes remain a timeless fixture. They are simple to install and operate, so the individual reviewing them will always have an idea of what is happening on the property. If an incident happens, there is also an easy way to select the relevant footage to report it to the right authorities. It is a small preventative investment that pays off over time. The peace of mind is unmatched when a security camera is installed.

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