The 12 Best Home Security Cameras of 2024

  • Why is the SimpliCam the Best Overall?

    Nobody makes home security as easy and hassle-free as SimpliSafe does. In our SimpliSafe security system review, we talked about how it took us less than 30 minutes to install the system, and that system included the SimpliCam.

    The SimpliCam is an indoor camera that just plugs into a wall outlet and connects to Wi-Fi. It doesn’t offer much in terms of features, but it’s a reliable camera that just works. It can detect and alert you of movement, stream and record high-quality videos, and it offers two-way audio communication. In our experience, that’s all an average person needs to keep an eye on their home while at work or running errands.

    Although it works as a standalone security camera, the SimpliCam works best as a part of a SimpliSafe system. Together with SimpliSafe security sensors, the camera can monitor your home and give you visual access in cases of emergency. Moreover, SimpliSafe usually bundles the camera ($99 value) with its security system for free.

    What We Like
    • DIY installation
    • Privacy shutter
    • User-friendly mobile app
    • Two-way audio
    What We Don’t Like
    • Need to pay $9.99 or $27.99 a month to receive cloud storage, notifications and remote control of camera
    • No person detection
    • 720p HD resolution on older models
    • No smart platform integrations
    SimpliCam closeup
    SimpliSafe’s SimpliCam

    One minor drawback of the SimpliCam is that it doesn’t record locally. You’ll need a cloud subscription. That’s another reason to use the camera with the SimpliSafe security system. Cloud storage costs $4.99 per month for one camera or $9.99 per month for up to five cameras. It isn’t the most affordable cloud plan out there, with options like Ring offering cloud storage for unlimited cameras for as little as $10 per month. With a SimpliSafe security system, however, you can buy a $29.99 per month professional monitoring subscription, which includes cloud storage for up to 10 cameras.

    Additionally, with this SimpliSafe subscription, you’ll get video verification. In case of a break-in, SimpliSafe will use your camera’s video ability to verify the incident and send the police faster to your home.

    SimpliSafe cloud recording options Monthly cost
    1 camera $4.99
    Up to 5 cameras $9.99
    Up to 10 cameras (with pro monitoring for SimpliSafe) $29.99

    It’s worth noting that SimpliSafe recently came out with a new indoor camera that is far more advanced than the SimpliCam. It’s called the Smart Alarm, and it costs $139.99. This camera can be paired with the Fast Protect monitoring plan to gain access to 24/7 live agent monitoring.

    The camera uses AI to detect person-triggered motion events, and when it does, it reports to the live monitoring center. The camera can stream to the monitoring center during emergencies and even create a two-way audio link between an agent and the camera’s speaker to potentially ward off intruders.

    That’s taking a more proactive stance in protecting your home, and the Smart Alarm might very well be a good upgrade to the SimpliCam. However, there may be some potential privacy implications, especially because it’s an indoor camera. We value privacy, so for now, SimpliCam is still our top choice.

  • 2. Lorex – Easiest to Use Security Camera

    High-end Wi-Fi and IP cameras with 4K color and night vision

    Product Specs

    Resolution Up to 4K HD
    Field of View Up to 180°
    Power Wired, battery, PoE
    Connectivity Wi-Fi, ethernet
    Video Storage Cloud, Local
    Smart Platform Compatibility Alexa and Google Home

    Are Lorex Cameras Easy to Use?

    Lorex is known for the quality of its security cameras. Many Lorex camera models are vandal-proof; for example, the ones we tested had heavy-duty metal casings and protected power cords.

    Don’t be intimidated by their solid construction, though. Lorex cameras are some of the easiest to use security cameras. Although you’ll need to spend quite some time setting them up – it took us almost half a day to completely set up, install, and configure our six-camera Lorex system – you’ll find that once they’re set up, there’s not much else to do to keep them running. They are set-and-forget types devices.

    One thing we really liked was that it stored footage in a local recording box called a DVR. The DVR has plenty of storage space, usually 1 TB or more, and it’s expandable with additional hard drives. Lorex can store footage for days on end without cutting. Ours kept recordings of the past two weeks.

    Although Lorex cameras seem dated in design, some of them actually have really advanced features. We’ve seen dozens and even tested a couple with up to 4K resolution. What really surprised us, though, were the Lorex cameras with artificial intelligence, something we only ever see in more modern brands like Google Nest and Arlo. Certain AI-powered Lorex cameras we tested were capable of distinguishing people from other moving objects, also known as person detection.

    FYI: Is artificial intelligence a friend or foe? In the context of security cameras, AI is a friend that improves detection and provides tons of security value. However, that’s not the case with all types of AI.

    What We Like
    • Clear HD video quality up to 4k
    • Long-range night vision feature
    • Professional-grade design and build
    • Feature-rich cameras with smart tech
    What We Don’t Like
    • Expensive high-end camera system
    • Easy to be overwhelmed by options
    • Cameras must plug-in to power outlets
    • Customer service is not the best
    Mounted Lorex Camera
    Mounted Lorex Camera

    One bestselling home-use Lorex camera is the 1080p HD Outdoor Wireless Security Camera. It’s an affordable but dependable camera, retailing for as low as $149. We think this camera really represents Lorex well.

    The hardware is impressive. It has a 115-foot night vision range, meaning, it can see as far as 115 feet out in near-total darkness. It can record audio and video, it has a 1080p HD resolution, and the construction itself was solid and rugged. It wasn’t perfect – we would have liked to see a wider field of vision than its 118-degree lens and it doesn’t work in temperatures below zero. However, it’s a perfectly reliable and budget-friendly option, which is true for most Lorex cameras.

    Speaking of which, Lorex offers a wide variety of options. That’s one of the best things about this brand. In most cases, you’re free to mix and match different camera models depending on your needs. If you need more indoor cameras, for example, Lorex offers packages with up to eight indoor cameras. That makes personalizing your security camera system a lot easier with Lorex.

  • 3. Ring – Top for DIY Installation

    Video doorbells and weatherproof cameras powered by batteries, mains electricity, or the Sun

    Product Specs

    Resolution Up to 1080p
    Field of View Up to 155°
    Power Wired, battery, PoE, solar
    Connectivity Wi-Fi, ethernet
    Video Storage Cloud
    Smart Platform Compatibility Alexa and Google Home

    Why Ring Has the Best Security Camera Selection Overall

    Ring jumpstarted the video doorbell market in the early 2010s, and after being bought by Amazon, it continued to produce innovative security cameras. Today, it has a completely separate line of home security cameras, divided into these models:

    • Ring Indoor Cam
    • Ring Stick Up Cam
    • Ring Spotlight Cam
    • Ring Floodlight Cam

    Ring cameras leverage advanced technology, but they aren’t complicated to use. For example, the newest Ring Spotlight Cam models use radar to more accurately detect and report movement, but when we tested it, it worked just like regular motion detection we’ve seen countless times from other cameras. And that’s the thing about Ring: It provides better-than-most features without complicating the user-experience.

    Other Ring camera models include motion detection, two-way voice, and Amazon Alexa and Echo integration like the doorbell cameras. Smart integrations let us control our home alarm system with voice commands and send our security video to various in-home displays of our choice. Ring cloud video storage costs $3.99 per month for one camera or $10 per month for an unlimited number of cameras installed in one address.

    What We Like
    • Wide-selection of indoor/outdoor cameras
    • Easy DIY installation takes only minutes
    • Crisp and clear HD video image quality
    • Integrates with third-party smart platforms
    What We Don’t Like
    • Some Ring cams are too large
    • High-end Ring cameras are expensive
    • Ring Pro cam requires hardwiring
    • Can be prone to trigger false alarms
    Ring Spotlight Camera
    Ring Spotlight Camera

    Ring has an expansive product catalog, but let’s take a look at one example: For most climates, the Ring Spotlight Cam is one of the best weatherproof cameras for scaring off prowlers as it can withstand temperatures five degrees below zero. This $200 camera comes equipped with bright spotlights that you can program to turn on when it detects motion. It also has a 110-decibel siren, plenty loud even for an outdoor camera.

    An even more advanced version of the Spotlight Cam was released recently at the 2022 Amazon hardware event, which also features 3D Motion Detection. This additional feature uses radar technology to track the movement of prowlers within your property, and in addition to the camera’s live feed, 3D Motion Detection enables a Bird’s Eye View of your lawn. That, in addition to the spotlight feature that comes with every Spotlight Cam makes the Spotlight Cam Pro a solid option to stand guard outside your home.

    Not all Ring cameras are super-advanced, though. There are also ones that are more low-tech but very reliable and affordable. One example is the Ring Indoor Cam, Ring’s most affordable security camera to date. The Ring Indoor Cam is comparable to our top-pick, the SimpliCam. It plugs into an outlet, streams and records videos, and detects motion. And at just over $50, it’s an affordable option for those who prefer Ring’s catalog of Wi-Fi cameras.

    Ring security cameras Price range
    Ring Indoor Cam $49.99 – $59.99
    Ring Stick Up Cam $99.99 – $199.99
    Ring Spotlight Cam $169.99 – $249.99
    Ring Floodlight Cam $199.99 – $269.99

    What’s New: Another new creation by Ring is the $250 Car Cam, a dual-camera hardware designed to protect your car whether it’s running or parked in your garage. It detects motion, is LTE-ready, and has a built-in Alexa so you can start a recording with your voice while driving.

  • 4. ADT – Most Complete Security System with Cameras

    Product Specs

    Resolution Up to 1080p
    Field of View Up to 128°
    Power Wired, battery
    Connectivity Wi-Fi, ethernet
    Video Storage Cloud
    Smart Platform Compatibility Alexa and Google Home

    Why ADT Cameras are Best if You’re Looking for a Complete Home Security System

    ADT offers a trifecta of security cameras: An indoor camera, an outdoor camera, and a doorbell camera. Together, these three cameras can watch over your home with their 1080p HD resolution, two-way talk feature, and smart capabilities that help them distinguish between important and unimportant events.

    So far, those are pedestrian security camera traits. The very best aspect of ADT cameras, though, is that they come with the ADT home security system. These are not standalone cameras, so you can buy them only if you also buy a security system.

    That makes sense, though. ADT is a leader in home security monitoring. Its cameras may not be top-of-the-line in features and tech, but paired with ADT’s reliable monitoring service, high-quality home security equipment, and 145-year long history and experience, these cameras become much more useful than similarly-featured security cameras.

    Of course, if you really want smarter cameras, ADT gives you options. As far back as 2021, ADT and Google Nest have maintained a solid partnership that saw Google Nest’s smart cameras added to the ADT roster. Google Nest Cams are some of the smartest security cameras around. We won’t go into too much detail as you’ll soon meet them down this list, but one special feature of the Nest Cams is facial recognition.

    What We Like
    • A video analytics system that can differentiate different events
    • 1080p HD video resolution on indoor and outdoor cameras
    • Two-way audio on every camera
    • All cameras come as part of a complete ADT home security system
    What We Don’t Like
    • Relatively high prices
    • Video doorbell only has 720p video
    • Requires professional installation
    • Minimum subscription is three years
    ADT Home Security Outdoor Camera
    ADT Home Security Outdoor Camera

    For a home security system, ADT is teeming with security camera options. We like the ruggedness of the ADT-branded cameras, especially the outdoor camera (pictured above) with an IP 65 rating. It’s water- and dust-proof, and it’s built to work in cold and warm climates.

    That said, if you’re looking for smarter security cameras, we recommend Google Nest Cams for your ADT system. Google Nest is another top-rated security camera brand, and if you buy Google Nest cameras from ADT, you’ll get professional installation, including integrating the cameras to your ADT system.

    Whichever you choose, though, ADT’s greatest selling point is that it’s not just a security camera system, but a complete home security system. Security cameras prove great for visual monitoring, but ADT sensors can help detect other dangers that security cameras may not be able to.

    On top of that, ADT has a solid professional monitoring service, which includes video verification through ADT-connected cameras. Video verification occurs during emergencies. Rather than simply alerting the police that there might be a break-in in progress, ADT monitoring centers can briefly access security camera feeds to confirm the alert. That way, they can assist the dispatchers in identifying the intruder and also speed up police response.

  • 5. Wyze Cam – Most Affordable Security Cameras

    Budget-priced indoor security cameras with free cloud storage for motion-triggered video

    Product Specs

    Resolution Up to 1080p
    Field of View Up to 110°
    Power Wired
    Connectivity Wi-Fi
    Storage Cloud, local
    Smart Platform Compatability Alexa and Google Home

    How Affordable Were the Wyze Cameras?

    With prices that start at just $29.99, Wyze makes some of the most affordable indoor security cameras with mobile app integration. Cloud storage is free for motion-triggered events, which makes Wyze a very affordable home security solution overall. Wyze makes its cameras for DIY monitoring.

    Special features include geofencing (motion detection zones), Alexa compatibility, and the ability to detect specific frequencies. For instance, the camera sends mobile alerts in response to a smoke alarm.

    What We Like
    • Lowest priced cameras (starting at $29.99)
    • Free 14-day cloud video storage
    • Works with Alexa for voice control
    • Innovative features like motion tagging
    What We Don’t Like
    • No outdoor camera options available
    • No pro monitoring, only self-monitoring
    • Has long power cord/must be plugged in
    • Does not offer geofencing technology
    Wyze Cam Pan and Box
    Wyze Cam Pan and Box

    Despite being a budget security camera brand, Wyze has been making a lot of high-tech cameras. They now have indoor and outdoor cameras, cameras that can pan and tilt mechanically, and even cameras equipped with a spotlight or floodlight for scaring intruders. And the best part? They are all more affordable than what we normally see in the industry.

    One example is the Wyze Cam Floodlight, which as the name implies, comes with built-in floodlights. It’s nothing to sneeze at; the floodlights are 2,600 lumens bright but dimmable, it comes with a 105 dB siren, it has a 270-degree motion detection range, and it has all the smart features of the Wyze Cam v3 like person and pet detection. In terms of price, though, it costs half of most floodlight cameras. The Ring Floodlight Cam costs $200 and up, while the Wyze Cam Floodlight costs only $93.99.

  • 6. Arlo – Top Video Resolution

    Cutting-edge indoor and outdoor cameras with up to 4K resolution

    Product Specs

    Resolution Up to 4K HD
    Field of View Up to 180°
    Power Wired, battery, solar, PoE
    Connectivity Wi-Fi, ethernet
    Video Storage Cloud
    Smart Platform Compatibility Alexa and Google Home

    How Arlo Has the Best Security Video And Storage

    The standard for high-definition security video is 1080p resolution. Arlo pushed the envelope with 4K ultra-high-definition on the weatherproof Ultra security camera, which costs $299. During our evaluations, the Arlo doorbell cameras, indoor cameras, and outdoor cameras automatically lowered their resolution if they detected low bandwidth.

    Arlo loaded each camera with special features such as two-way voice, a siren with remote control, and compatibility with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.

    Multiple setup options made Arlo cameras famous, too; cameras plugged in or operated wire-free, and magnetic mounts made setup hassle-free. The video was saved locally on a USB or to the cloud, free for seven days. Arlo cameras work best when grouped together to create an integrated network of security cameras.

    What We Like
    • High-quality home security cameras
    • Offers a wide-range of camera options
    • No long-term contracts required
    • 100% wireless, can be installed anywhere
    What We Don’t Like
    • Steep upfront equipment cost
    • Does not offer entryway sensors
    • Limited home automation options
    • Not sufficient for complete home security
    The Arlo Pro 2
    The Arlo Pro 2

    While the Arlo Ultra offers the most impressive video resolution in Arlo’s lineup, there are slightly more affordable options that still provide crystal clear video quality. One of our favorites is the Arlo Pro 4, which is an indoor and outdoor camera that runs wire-free on batteries. It’s a slight improvement over the Arlo Pro 3 we reviewed.

    The Arlo Pro 4 features a 2K HD resolution; slightly lower than the Ultra, but still above industry average. While it costs less than half the latest Arlo Ultra, it provides similar features such as an integrated spotlight and color night vision. It’s also quite rugged for a security camera as sleek-looking; it’s resistant to rain and sun (it has UV protection, too), and it can operate in temperatures as low as minus four degrees Fahrenheit.

    Heads up: The latest from Arlo is the Arlo Pro 5S, a 2K spotlight camera with an extra-wide 160-degree viewing angle, dual-band Wi-Fi, and extended battery life. This latest camera works exceptionally well with the Arlo Home Security System.

  • 7. Nest – Most Compatible with Google Home Cameras

    Smart doorbells & indoor/outdoor security cams with facial recognition and continuous recording

    Product Specs

    Resolution Up to 1080p with HDR
    Field of View Up to 130°
    Power Wired, battery
    Connectivity Wi-Fi
    Video Storage Cloud
    Smart Platform Compatibility Alexa and Google Home

    Why Nest Is Best for Google Home Security Cams

    While our Ring paired naturally with Amazon Alexa, Nest was best with Google Assistant and other Google Home products. Nest cams work intuitively with Google Home speakers. For example, we could say, “Hey Google, play the backyard camera on the kitchen Chromecast,” and it would perform the task.

    The Nest Cam options include the plugged-in indoor model, the battery-powered weatherproof model, and the floodlight-equipped model. There are also wired and wireless video doorbell options. All these cameras share the same core features, including motion detection, person detection, and activity zones. Each can also be added to a Nest Aware subscription, which enables cloud recording plus up to 10 days of continuous recording at the highest tier. But even without Nest Aware, we still enjoyed mobile notifications from the cameras and three hours of event history with snapshots. That being said, we chose to keep our Nest Aware subscription because of facial recognition.

    What We Like
    • Smart features like facial recognition
    • Access and stream live-video 24/7
    • Crisp 1080p HD video quality
    • Compatible with Z-Wave technology
    What We Don’t Like
    • Expensive if purchasing multiple cams
    • No local video storage options
    • Camera must connect to internet
    • Customer service could be improved
    Nest Cam IQ Indoor
    Nest Cam IQ Indoor

    The smartest feature of all Nest Cam models is facial recognition, or as Nest calls it, Familiar Face Alerts. It’s one of those features you can only get with a Nest Aware subscription, but if you shell out the monthly fee, Familiar Face Alerts can improve your home security tremendously.

    The Nest Cam starts by cataloging all the faces it sees, and then, it relies on you to put a name to those faces using the accompanying app. Nest’s AI is powered by Google, so you know that recognizing faces is no hard task for the camera.

    Now, once it has a database of Familiar Faces (don’t worry, your camera’s Familiar Faces stays on your account and won’t be used in facial recognition of other Nest users), you’ll be able to really configure your notifications. For instance, you can tell Nest to notify you if this particular person is seen, let’s say your kid, so you know they got home safe from school. It’s that kind of personalization that makes Nest an incredible partner in home security.

    New Feature: You can now view live footage from the latest Nest Cams on Alexa-enabled smart displays and smart TVs. In addition, Alexa can now announce motion detection and doorbell ring alerts, as well as deliver two-way audio.

  • 9. Swann SWDVK-445802V – For Local Video Storage

    Smart doorbells and indoor/outdoor cameras with long-range and local storage

    Product Specs

    Resolution Up to 4K
    Field of View Up to 180°
    Power Wired, Battery, or PoE
    Connectivity Wi-Fi, ethernet
    Video Storage Cloud, local
    Smart Platform Compatability Alexa and Google Home

    Why Swann Was Best for Local Video Storage

    Swann sells high-quality indoor/outdoor cameras and video doorbells for do-it-yourself monitoring only. Swann cameras feature impressive color night vision, heat sensing, two-way talk, floodlights, competitive pricing, long-range even at night, and compatibility with Alexa and Google Assistant.

    Local storage and cloud storage is available for Swann security cams. With free local memory, owners can save each clip for seven days. Camera ownership also includes two days of free cloud storage per clip.

    What We Like
    • Full lineup of versatile cameras
    • Wireless, wired, and wire-free connections
    • Free local video storage (microSD card)
    • Robust, weatherproof cameras
    What We Don’t Like
    • Relatively expensive equipment
    • Cloud storage requires subscription
    • No professional monitoring available
    • Cancelling paid plans can be tricky
    Swann Camera and Hard Drive
    Swann Camera and Storage Hard Drive

    The Floodlight Security Camera, costing $179, shows off lots of Swann technology. The 1080p camera has a 125-degree lens, color night vision, a heat sensor, two-way talk, a siren, and a motion-triggered floodlight with dimmer. It clearly records nighttime action up to 100 feet away, and with its max floodlight brightness of 2500 lumens, criminals will have trouble finding cover!

  • 10. eufy 2K Camera – For Apple HomeKit Integration

    A budget camera that doesn’t sacrifice quality with all of our necessary features for home security cameras.

    Product Specs

    Resolution Up to 2K
    Field of View Up to 125°
    Power Wired
    Connectivity Wi-Fi
    Video Storage Cloud, local
    Smart Platform Compatability Alexa and Google Home

    Why the eufy 2K is Best for Apple HomeKit

    Although we use Siri for everything on our iPhones, a security camera rarely works with Apple’s voice assistant…that is, until the eufy 2K indoor camera. It works with Siri, so we were able to view the live feed on our phones by asking our trusted voice assistant, in addition to Alexa and Google Assistant. Siri also provides end-to-end encryption for footage along with a whopping ten days of extra cloud storage through HomeKit Secure Video. As iPhone or iPad users, we loved using Siri with the eufy 2K camera.

    What We Like
    • Affordable $40 price tag
    • 2K video with 125-degree field of view
    • Two-way audio
    • Integrations with Apple HomeKit, Google Assistant and Alexa
    What We Don’t Like
    • Not compatible with 5G networks
    • No wireless option
    • Cloud storage makes for a lower video resolution
    • 2K HD streaming uses a lot of data
    eufy 2K Camera on Desk
    eufy 2K Camera on Desk

    The eufy 2K is a very affordable indoor camera, at only $40. Typically, we shell out over $100 for similar devices. We set it up in our living room, and because we had pet detection turned off, we didn’t get notified every time our kitten played with its ball of yarn. Instead, we only got notifications about people. All our footage was recorded directly to our 128 GB micro-SD card in 2K resolution.

    With the Eufy Security app, we easily checked in at home from anywhere with Internet access, arming and disarming our camera remotely (or creating an automated schedule). We could count on getting notifications when any people came near our home, which thankfully didn’t include any intruders.

  • 11. Zmodo – Greatest Security Camera Selection

    A wide range of affordable smart doorbells, indoor cameras, and outdoor cameras

    Product Specs

    Resolution Up to 1080p
    Field of View Up to 360°
    Power Wired, battery, PoE
    Connectivity Wi-Fi, ethernet
    Video Storage Cloud
    Smart Platform Compatability Alexa and Google Home

    Why Zmodo Had the Best Security Camera Selection

    Zmodo sells a wide selection of smart doorbell cameras, indoor-only cameras, and weatherproof surveillance cameras for DIY monitoring. We chose these cameras to serve as crime deterrents, but we had friends who used the Zmodo video cams for keeping an eye on their dependents. Some Zmodo cameras are hardwired, and others are wire-free.

    A four-pack of Zmodo Mini Cams costs just $99.99. These indoor cameras have night vision, two-way audio, Alexa compatibility, and optional continuous recording in 720p HD. With free service, we were able to review alert clips from the previous 36 hours. Longer-term cloud storage required a $9.99 per month payment.

    Another cheap but effective option is the $39.99 Zmodo 1080p Indoor/Outdoor Security Camera. Along with HD color vision in daylight, it creates crisp low-light recordings with up to 65-feet depth of field. The option to set motion detection zones helps limit false alerts.

    What We Like
    • Surprisingly affordable equipment
    • Full lineup of camera options
    • Simple DIY setup and easy to use
    • 720p video quality with two-way audio
    What We Don’t Like
    • Cheap design, flimsy construction
    • Power cord is much too short
    • Does not offer third-party integrations
    • Camera options are too similar
    Pushing the Doorbell on the Zmodo Greet Pro
    Zmodo Greet Pro

    Zmodo security equipment carries an impressive three-year warranty and a 60-day money-back guarantee.

  • 12. Ecobee SmartCamera – For Camera with Person Detection

    A simple security camera perfect for families.

    Product Specs

    Resolution Up to 1080p
    Field of View Up to 180°
    Power Wired
    Connectivity Wi-Fi, ethernet
    Storage Local
    Smart Platform Compatability Alexa and Apple HomeKit

    Why the ecobee SmartCamera is the Best for Person Detection

    A lot of cameras have person detection, which differentiates between different types of movement from people, animals, cars, and inanimate objects. However, the ecobee SmartCamera takes things a step further. Not only does it detect people, but with a panning function, it’ll actually follow them around, keeping them in the center of the frame. This feature, Smart Focus, isn’t something we’ve seen from any other security camera, so with its 180-degree field of view, you’re sure not to miss anything that goes on at your home.

    What We Like
    • Person detection
    • 180 degree field of view and panning
    • Integrations with Alexa and Siri
    • Infrared night vision
    What We Don’t Like
    • Doesn’t work with Google Assistant
    • No free cloud storage
    • No local storage
    • Paid subscription required for geofencing, remote disarming, voice command arming and disarming, etc.
    Ecobee SmartCamera
    Ecobee SmartCamera
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