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After all, you're bolting this thing to the front of your house!The Ring Pro looks the most like a traditional doorbell, and Ring even includes four faceplates, so you can choose which matches your house's trim or paint one exactly the shade you like. Video Doorbells vs. Security Cameras: Video doorbells don't necessarily make great security cameras. While the apps let you choose to receive motion alerts as well as doorbell alerts, motion triggered events often resulted in video of a person or car just exiting the frame. A dedicated security camera may be a better choice if you're looking for actual security, because you can position such a camera in more places. And when you get a motion alert, you can back up the video and see what happened before the alert came in.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

The times when it became difficult, I was able to jump online and check out some plans, instructions or even videos to guide me through the difficult parts. My point here is that you may actually surprise yourself with what you can do when you put your mind to it. This camera from Clover Electronics, the HDC518 CCD looks very sturdy. Indeed it is. The base and housing are chunky and even a bit imposing. It certainly looks like it could take a punch.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

99 View at AmazonCheck Walmart?Best daytime video quality in our testsExcellent nighttime video qualityExcellent audio qualityOnly has one year warrantyNo smart home compatibilityMust charge prior to setupNo security camera we tested scored perfectly in both low light and bright daylight environments, though the Flir FX certainly produced the best video quality overall. In bright daylight, the camera showed sharp details, providing a clear image of everything in the room. The Flir FX doesn't have the same clarity in ambient daylight, but still produces excellent video. In nighttime video tests, the Flir FX was a close second behind our top performer, Belkin NetCam HD+, though its video clarity weakened beyond 10 feet. Setting up Flir FX is unusual, as it doesn't work until its batteries, one in the camera and one in its base, charge for at least 30 minutes. However, no other security camera in our review has a battery backup. We didn't like that the mobile app makes you hunt for the button to view video, which isn't as convenient as putting it on the main screen when the app opens. The app has custom alerts, though it doesn't let you schedule recording or connect it to a smart home. The Flir FX has both local and cloud storage options. With local storage, you can use a microSD card up 64GB. The Flir FX has a unique feature, called RapidRecap, which edits numerous hours' worth of footage into a short summary.