This is a brief review of the Amcrest IP3M-941B Wireless 2K PTZ IP Camera. The Amcrest IP3M-941b is a high quality wireless security camera with 2K resolution, Pan, Tilt, and zoom controls. It also has an alarm I/O, Ethernet jack, and supports several video streaming protocols. This camera is full of advanced configuration options, which aren't normally found on low-priced wireless IP cameras.
This is a complete guide for buying security cameras. This video includes a comparison between wired and wireless cameras. It also compares analog (BNC) surveillance cameras to PoE (digital) cameras and the difference between a DVR and NVR. Some of the cameras mentioned in this video include Arlo, Canary, Ring, Blink, Swann, Amcrest, Foscam, Samsung, and Nest.
This is a full review of the Netgear Arlo Pro Wireless Security Camera System. The Arlo Pro is a new and improved version of the original Arlo System. It is 100% Wire-Free as the cameras run on battery power and communicate wirelessly to the included Base Station. The base station must be wired directly to your router but connects wirelessly to the cameras. The base station supports up to 5 cameras and has a built-in 100db siren. The Arlo Pro system isn't perfect but it works really well and I would recommend it to to someone who can't run wires for a more traditional security camera system.
A quick review of the Ring Video Doorbell Pro. The Ring Video Doorbell Pro is Ring's latest wireless HD doorbell. The Doorbell Pro installation requires a wired doorbell as it does not contain a battery like the original Ring Doorbell. It has new features such as 1080p video, 5ghz Wifi support, advanced motion detection, and improved audio quality. This is a quick overview of the Doorbell Pro as well as a comparison to the original Ring Doorbell.