Reolink – Most Options
These no-contract, affordable HD camera systems offer plenty of add-ons and upgrades without ongoing monitoring fees.
Reolink’s been in the home security game for a while now, and they’re still running strong with their flagship Argus 2 camera. Although it’s limited in features, these cameras offer 1080p HD video, 30+ feet night vision range, and loads of useful upgrades. Also, with a field of view of 130-degrees, you’ll get the whole picture instead of just a glimpse.
Users who don’t go for the Argus 2 typically spring for the new Argus PT camera. Reolink’s Argus PT (pan & tilt) rotates 355° horizontally and 140° vertically to really supercharge your field-of-view. They also sell the Reolink Go, which is a wireless, solar-powered security camera that’s powered by 4G LTE mobile networks. Finally, all of Reolink’s products offer easy DIY setup.
However, if you’re the type to get overwhelmed when presented with too many options, you’ll want to pass on Reolink. They sell enough products, accessories, and upgrades to make your head spin. Also, keep in mind that most models are somewhat lacking in the features department. But overall, their lineup of cameras might be worth a closer look.
- Wireless Outdoor Cameras
- Some Cameras Work with Reolink Solar Panel
- Flexible, Easy Installation
- Full HD Resolution
- Two-Way Talk
- Color Night Vision
- Built-In Siren
- Low-Cost Cloud Storage
- Local Storage Option
- Smart Home Integration
- Some Cameras Have Basic Features
- App Setup Can Be Glitchy
- Relies on Wi-Fi Connection
- No Continuous Recording in Battery-Powered Models
- Solar Panel Not Included
Specification: Reolink – Most Options