Joe from Greenville, SC called looking for security cam options. The HOA won’t let him install any outdoor cameras so he needs to put them inside. He’s worried about his daughter and granddaughter’s safety.
If you want your camera’s night vision to work through glass, you’ll want to provide exterior lighting. You can use either traditional outdoor lighting or IR lighting. You must also either turn off or cover the camera’s built-in IR lighting.
I took a look at the camera you had mentioned in this article, but wired won’t work for me.
Gary, thought the flowing (Blink Outdoor – wireless, weather-resistant HD security camera, two-year battery life, motion detection, set up in minutes) might be a good choice. Unfortunately the description states that Alexa is required.
I like to be able to hook the security cam up to my network and to be able to view & record it through the network.
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