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Best CCTV Cameras For Your Home

CCTV cameras are a need for today. They are like an extra pair of technical eyes that cover all the facets of your property which the naked eyes can’t. Apart from that, there is a whole deal of advantages of using a CCTV camera for your home. These devices will keep your family safe and also protect your residence from burglary. While thieves are less likely to attack a house with CCTV’s, technology today has made these cameras a pro in its sphere.

With a wide variety of options to choose from, let us find which are the best CCTV cameras for your home:

  1. Arlo Pro 3: Best Wire-Free Camera
    Arlo Pro 3 is one of the best wireless cameras available in the market today. The CCTV camera doesn’t need a power cord but still manages to outperform the major competition in the market. One of the best features of the camera is that it is compatible with almost all devices present at home. Starting from Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, Apple Homekit, and Samsung, the Arlo Pro 3 works well with all these aforementioned devices. Apart from that the CCTV camera has a high-definition video which boasts of greater image quality at night also. Powered by a battery, the device is for all those who need a quick revamp in their home security.
  2. Ring Stick Up Cam Battery
    The Ring Stick Up Cam Battery is one of the most affordable options available in the market when it comes to CCTV cameras. Completely wireless, the device is for all those who need tons of flexibility during CCTV installation. The camera is completely compatible with Alexa and has motion-activated sensors. The latter feature helps pick up any sort of activity on your property and the cloud storage stores the footage easily. Compatible both inside and outside of homes, the ring stick-up cam battery is one of the best picks for people today.
  3. Canary
    For all people who need a CCTV camera with excellent security features, Canary is the best. The device has environmental sensors which are coupled with sirens and climate monitors. Despite being small in size, the CCTV camera has power-packed features like learning tech to adjust to your habits, Alexa and Google incorporation, and a direct connection to emergency services. While the climate monitor tracks humidity and temperature inside homes, the video quality is indisputable and hence makes this camera a strong contender from all sides.
  4. YI Dome Camera
    YI Dome Camera is small yet packed with super features that help it sail above the rest in the home surveillance sector. The camera has an anti-noise filter and hence picks up each sound discreetly. One of the major features which distinguish the camera from the rest is its cloud storage. With superior video and sound quality, the YI Dome is best for all those who need a compact yet powerful CCTV device for their home.
  5. Wyze Cam Pan
    If you are on the lookout for a CCTV camera that is small yet powerful then look no further. The Wyze Cam Pan is the answer to all your needs. The device can scan an entire room in just 3 seconds and has superior settings that can be adjusted according to the area. Even the motion tracking of the device is very cool. If it senses any sort of activity within the area, it will surely follow its lead. With an affordable price, panoramic view, and cloud storage, and clear video quality the Wyze camera is the best in the market for residential and commercial use.
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Ryan Miller

Ryan Miller

Global Assignment Editor
Ryan Miller is the Global Assignment Editor at CEOWORLD magazine. He covers anything and everything related to CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, senior management executives, business leaders, and high net worth individuals worldwide, whether lists or lifestyle, business or rankings. During his five-year tenure at CEOWORLD magazine, he has employed his expertise in data science across several roles. Ryan was previously responsible for data modelling and analytics, as well as secondary research, on the CEOWORLD magazine Custom Research team. He can be reached on email ryan-miller@ceoworld.biz. You can follow him on Twitter at @ceoworld.