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I use Blue Iris software and am already setup to view cameras on my Android phone. If the Dropcam doesn’t work with Blue Iris, then my dog records video just as well. There is no way I will pay a monthly fee for recording video and I will never buy into a closed system (thus I’m an Android user, not Apple). I found some of the other links useful, but am still having trouble finding a good 1080p outdoor wireless camera. Perhaps in 2015…
The Nest Cam IQ has IQ in the name for a reason: it’s intelligent. Really intelligent. Not only can it notify you if there’s movement in your home, it can differentiate between people and animals, and – what’s really remarkable – it can even identify if it’s a familiar or unfamiliar person. 
Netgear currently sells extra rechargeable batteries for the Arlo Pro and Arlo Pro 2 for $50 each. The company also offers the Arlo Pro Charging Station, which can charge up to two of those batteries simultaneously. Just know that charging takes only about 90 minutes, so most people probably won’t need to bother with spares.
If This Then That or IFTTT for short, is a service that allows you to connect other services and applications together (using what IFTTT calls “applets”), letting you accomplish almost any task imaginable. For instance, you can use IFTTT to automatically cut off your phone’s WiFi when you leave home to save power. What’s even cooler is that you can use these applets to make both Abode and Scout even smarter. Just remember that if you use IFTTT to automatically disarm your system when you enter your home, your phone’s location service must be powered on. Otherwise you’ll get quite the loud surprise.
I’m not a reviewer here. I’m a community/production guy. The cam I bought can’t be found nationwide and to be 100% honest I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone that wasn’t looking specifically for something to customize & tinker with – or someone looking to avoid the Dropcam all together.
Dropcam is a closed system – it only works with their cloud. I need a camera that works with Blue Iris software – which is almost every camera other than Dropcam. There is no solution for me that involves Dropcam. Thanks for trying, though.
The D-Link Omna 180 Cam HD is the only Apple HomeKit-enabled indoor security camera in this roundup, and as a camera it’s the best we tested. The lens is phenomenally wide at a full 180 degrees, and razor sharp edge to edge. Compared to a camera like the Blink Cam, which offers a mere 110 degrees, it’s almost like getting two cameras for the price of one. Footage from the Omna 180 looks just as good at night as it does in daylight, too. The camera is easy to get running, thanks to HomeKit’s simple setup process, and the app is pretty straightforward.
The Circle 2 is an all-weather creature and the app experience is very user-friendly. You don’t need to spend hours tinkering with sliders to stop it reporting false alarms. It automatically categorises alerts into low and high-level disturbances, which you may as well re-label in your mind as ‘nonsense’ and ‘actual things happening’, and displays them all in a timeline in different colours. That timeline is a joy to swipe through and most amusing of all is the Day Brief which it creates for you on demand. It’s a timelapse version of been going down in front of the Circle that day and is particularly funny if you have children or pets. Probably not so funny if you’ve got burglars. Speaking of which, the Circle 2 has no siren to scare off intruders which is rather disappointing.
6 out of 10 reviews state for remote viewing “personal computer or any Android device.” So, my question is; Is this an oversight of your reviews, can you use iOS smartphones too or only Android devices for mobile phones? If it’s the latter, then I would think these manufacturers will miss a lot of business (just my opinion). With so many security systems out there, your reviews really do help!
H.265 is the latest video compression standard which brings extensive possibilities and optimism to the HD-IP Camera by addressing H.264 problems such as shortage of bandwidth, improving transmission efficiency and delivers ultra HD image quality. Compared with current H.264, the H.265 is able to double the data compression ratio, while improving video quality with low bit-rate, this enables IP camera to deliver smooth Superb HD video with low bandwidth, which in turn, reducing the network bandwidth, and video storage size.
A compelling argument in favor of getting the Circle Safe subscription is that it adds person detection, which makes for smarter smartphone alerts—and in some cases, fewer false alerts. If the camera is pointed toward a high-traffic area, you won’t have to worry about the camera recording, or getting an alert, every time the dog walks by. (We think it’s a more valuable feature if you place the Circle 2 outside, where cars frequently pass.) Although having the subscription makes this camera smarter, it’s great that it’s not necessary, as it is with some cameras, including the Nest Cam.
Gone are the days of security cameras recording their footage to physical videotapes, which are then cataloged away and/or recorded over. Modern security cameras typically store their footage in one of three ways:
The videos your camera records probably won’t be saved on the camera itself. Most home security cameras use cloud services to store and offer remote access to footage. Some models have microSD card slots so you can physically pull the video from them when you want to review footage, but this is a rare feature.

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