The 4 Best Wireless Home Security Cameras 2019

An affordable way to protect your home

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You don’t have to spend tons of money on equipment and installation fees in order to set up a home security system. Wireless home security cameras make it easy to set up yourself. Whether you are looking to be able to monitor your home for safety while you are away, or you want to keep an eye on what’s going on in your house when you’re not there (for example, to check in on how your pet is doing) wireless cameras make it easy and affordable to do so. In some cases they also come with a two way audio system so you can both check in on your pet and communicate with her. Here are some of the best wireless home security cameras right now.

All-New Blink XT2 Outdoor/Indoor Smart Security Camera

Why We Picked It This camera is easy to install, and the motion detectors on the device will record when it senses movement. You’re also able to do 2-way audio with this camera through your smart phone, in case you need to communicate with someone from afar. It’s weather proof so you’ll be able to use it indoors and outdoors.

2. Blink Indoor Home Security Camera System With Motion Detection

Why We Picked It This camera is a good choice if you’re looking for a camera strictly for the indoors. It operates with 2 AA batteries and the battery life is 2 years, much longer than other cameras.

3. YI 1080p Home Camera, Indoor 2.4G IP Security Surveillance System

Why We Picked It This security camera comes with a bunch of features you might find handy that aren’t just related to keeping your home safe. It comes with a 2-way audio and will detect your baby crying, or your pet’s activity. You can also choose in include a 24/7 emergency response service with your device.

4. Wireless Rechargeable Battery Powered Camera

Why We Picked It This wireless rechargeable camera uses adhesive tape to easily attach it to any wall. It’s waterproof so you can install it indoors and outdoors, and it has a 130 degree viewing angle.

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