If you’re looking for a truly wireless IP camera that doesn’t mind the rain and won’t break the bank, then Reolink’s battery-powered device is an impressive 1080p-capable solution. Although this is only Reolink’s second IP camera, the brand has an established range of traditional wired security systems, and the Argus is the most cost-effective proposition so far – even though it comes in a sealed, weatherproof case and manages Full HD resolution.
This metal bullet camera is built to last and beams back decent Full HD footage in daylight or darkness. Installation is fiddly and the app is unsophisticated, but good picture and build quality make it worth the effort. Foscam’s metal bullet camera is designed for outdoor surveillance of small and large properties. Instead of Wi-Fi, it requires an Ethernet connection, which means a more stable connection and a little more time installing it.
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