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Best Indoor Cameras

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Protecting our homes and our families with smart technology has never been easier. You now can see what's going on when you are not at home, even if it's just to see what the family pet is getting into today. Whatever your reason might be, we've got a roundup of indoor security cameras for you to choose from.

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Ring Stick Up Cam

Reasons to buy
+Stick it anywhere
Reasons to avoid
-Empty List

This camera sends alerts when it detects motion and has 2-way audio. It’s available in battery-powered, plug-in, or solar-powered.

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Arlo Pro 3

Reasons to buy
+All the features
Reasons to avoid
-Empty List

The Arlo Pro 3 shoots in 2K, has night-vision with 160-degree viewing angles and 2-way audio.

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eufycam Indoor/Outdoor Camera

Reasons to buy
+Privacy mode
Reasons to avoid
-Empty List

With Eufy you get a 365-day battery life, 1080p resolution, and super-easy installation. It also comes with a 16GB microSD card.

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Wyze Cam Pan

Reasons to buy
+See everywhere
Reasons to avoid
-Empty List

This camera has a nifty 360-degree panning feature and notification alerts for motion detection. You get 14-day free video storage.

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Ring Indoor Cam

Reasons to buy
+Intelligent alerts
Reasons to avoid
-Empty List

Ring's Indoor Cam uses Live View and Ring Protect to let you check on your home at any time, and record and store your videos.

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Logitech Circle 2

Reasons to buy
+30-second recap
Reasons to avoid
-Empty List

The Circle 2 offers a 30-second time-lapse video of the previous 24 hours and instant alerts for motion detection.

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Arlo Q

Reasons to buy
+Crystal clear
Reasons to avoid
-Empty List

The Arlo Q gives you clear audio and video recording, instant notifications when motion is detected, 2-way audio, and night vision.

Best of the bunch?

Pretty much all security cameras can send notifications to you whenever they detect motion. Most, if not all, also can sound off an alarm. So you have to dig deeper into the features to help decide which one is the best for you. It's also worth noting that a lot of these cameras have features hidden behind subscription paywalls, so if you need a specific feature, make sure you know if you'll have to pay extra for it.

One that stands out to us is the Ring Stick Up Cam. Why? Because of its versatility. It works wirelessly (but also comes in wired and solar-powered versions), and it can be mounted on a wall or flat surface. It also has instant alerts for motion detection, night vision that works flawlessly at night, and 2-way audio.

If you're on a budget but still want a good collection of features, then the Wyze Cam Pan camera is what you are looking for. With motion tracking, clear video recording, sound detection, and 14-day free cloud storage, you're getting a host of features from a budget camera. On top of that, it works with Alexa and Google Assistant. Not bad for a security camera on a budget.

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