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Dome cameras are typically used for indoor and outdoor use, such as exits and entrances, doors, rooms and offices, and smaller areas. They are generally one of the “go to’s” for DIY home surveillance systems as they usually come equipped with a narrow, yet focused, field of view for hallways and other others where you need to view big distances within a narrow space. Outdoor ready dome cameras should always be weather rated to withstand extreme temperature conditions at the install location, and should also come with night vision so you don't miss any critical details. We also recommend choosing outdoor security cameras that are waterproof and vandal resistant for maximum protection on your investment. Wide Dynamic Range Cameras have built in technology which digitally creates a middle ground between the brightest and darkest areas within the camera's field of view. The enhanced color image is carefully balanced and transmitted to the digital video recorder assuring all areas within the field of view are perfectly exposed at all times.

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This beautifully crafted digital lock can send alerts to your smartphone as well as take photos of visitors. The lock system is touted as being very safe, boasting features such as bank security standards, 256 bit encryption as well as a mechanical lock itself being UL compliant. Many customers who have paid for it have not only filed for a refund, but are also considering joining a possible class action lawsuit against the company. That has delayed the product release for quite a while, and also increased its price to $324, due to adding seemingly undisclosed additional features. Those are a lot of red flags for what could be an amazing product. But you could also just use your existing smart home sensor system. The system could detect unauthorized entry and send the video feed through installed cameras, or you could schedule lights to turn on and off at evenings to simulate someone being at home. A more imaginative user could even play sounds, such as footsteps, TV or even dog barking when a proximity sensor gets triggered, thus discouraging a would be burglar. Although packing more features, these bundles usually come with subscription fees and there may be additional costs associated with installation, so make sure you take that into account when considering a purchase. Which one of these devices seems most interesting to you?Would you consider buying one?Let me know in the comments section below. Jurica Dujmovic Jurica Dujmovic is a business publisher, consultant, designer and gamer.

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Nearly all of the latest DIY and high end home security systems offer support for voice control via Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and in some cases Apple Siri, which allows you to unlock doors, change thermostat settings, open the garage, and arm or disarm your system with a spoken command to a connected device like an Amazon Echo or a Google Home speaker. Many also offer support for IFTTT If This Then That applets, which use triggers from IFTTT compatible web services and devices to create an action. For example, you can create an applet that says if a garage door is opened to turn on the floodlight. Whether you decide to go with a DIY system or opt for a professionally installed system, you'll have to pay a monthly or annual fee if you require monitoring, and in some cases, you'll be hit with a monthly fee to pay off the cost of hardware components. With most DIY systems, such as the SimpliSafe Home Security Kit, the Ring Alarm Security Kit, and the Nest Secure, you purchase the hardware outright and can avoid any monthly fees if you decide to self monitor. If you add monitoring, fees will vary: SimpliSafe charges $14. 99 per month for its no contract monitoring service, while Nest charges $29 per month. If you commit to a three year contract, the price of the Nest service drops to $19 per month. Ring's Protect Plus plan goes for $10 per month and doesn't require a contract. Monitoring for professionally installed systems tends to be more expensive. The ADT Pulse monitoring service starts at $28.

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