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Choosing the right wireless security camera system for your home may hinge on one particular feature that you don't think you could live without. One of the most compelling features offered by some of the finest security camera systems on the market is two way audio. This allows you to hold a conversation with anyone on the other end of the camera lens. By using your phone or tablet to access the live stream of your security footage, you can see who is within range of the intercom and engage them. This is great for talking to your spouse or your kids while you're away from home, but it's also a nice way to check in with your pets. Some animals don't quite put two and two together when they hear their owners voice over a phone or an intercom, but for those that do it's a great way to calm down an anxious puppy or to chastise them if you catch them rooting around the garbage or sleeping where they aren't supposed to. Daniel Imperiale holds a bachelor’s degree in writing, and proudly fled his graduate program in poetry to pursue a quiet life at a remote Alaskan fishery. After returning to the contiguous states, he took up a position as an editor and photographer of the prestigious geek culture magazine “Unwinnable” before turning his attention to the field of health and wellness. In recent years, he has worked extensively in film and music production, making him something of a know it all when it comes to camera equipment, musical instruments, recording devices, and other audio visual hardware. Daniel’s recent obsessions include horology making him a pro when it comes to all things timekeeping and Uranium mining and enrichment which hasn’t proven useful just yet. Wireless security cameras from CCTV Camera World are professional grade surveillance cameras that require only power for the camera to operate, and transmit video wirelessly back to the recorder.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

When I asked “I thought you were not selling any thing?” he just kept talking about the FBI statistics on break ins, I then relized it was an alarm company and asked him to leave, he was still talking when I closed the door. I never thought to call the city, I get all kinds of people, selling meat off a truck, alarms, even had a Rainbow vacum lady, usually you say no and they leave, these people were insistant that they were not selling any thing. We are one of those 13 customers that Alarm Pro lost and I have to say we don’t regret it. First off, our sales guy was wonderful, he wasn’t pushy or aggressive and really took the time to make sure we knew what we were doing and that we were happy and didn’t say any of those things that were mentioned in the article. He spent a lot of time on the phone with my husband who was away at the time and came back more then once to make sure it was working out and we were happy and went above and beyond to make right by us any way he could. As far as getting out of Alarm Pro I thank them for the monitoring they did for us but we wanted to have updated equipment and our guest house all on one system for a reasonable price, not more money and Alarm Pro couldn’t give us that. I am sorry to all of the people who have come in contact with rude security sales people…I see the problem now…. however I became interested in Vivints product and how helpful it is…. I have sold alarm systems for over 20 yrs. and have seen tacts like the above mentioned within all companies……it’s bad management and greed that leads to this behavior…. it is a commmision based business….

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

This Iris outdoor security camera allows you to monitor your home using a smartphone or tablet. Announced November 2018 for $149Arlo Ultra This device shoots in 4K HDR and features night vision, a spotlight, 180 degree viewing and noise cancellation, making it one of the most powerful security cameras on the market. Announced November 2018 for $399SimCam This camera features facial recognition, two way audio and a weatherproof exterior. To top it all off, there are no cloud costs for saving and storing video. In the long run, this will be one of the least expensive security cameras. Announced January 2019 for $199 Reolink Argus 2: This 1080p outdoor security camera uses a rechargeable battery and can connect to a Reolink Solar Panel. The original Reolink Argus was the product of a successful Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign. Released in January 2018 for $129. 99Nest Cam IQ Outdoor: This is the outdoor version of the Nest Cam IQ. It has 4K video and intelligent features such as facial recognition and people recognition. Released in November 2017 for $349.