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Daytime 1080p video from this camera was excellent, but nighttime video was less defined; it was hard to make out people's faces. The camera is weather resistant, but the connection between its cable and power supply is not. We also liked that its app lets you set up custom motion zones. In addition, you get free rolling two day cloud storage, and a 14 day plan that's a very reasonable $40 per year. Read our full Kasa Cam Outdoor review. 53View at The Home DepotRecommended Retailer$349View at Google Store?This weatherproof camera has a tamper resistant design, a triple microphone array and HDR support for better quality videos than what other cameras produce. It can distinguish between people and animals, and can even recognize individual faces. However, a lot of the features are available only with a Nest Aware subscription, which starts at $10/month, or $100/year. Read our full Nest Cam IQ Outdoor review. 32 View at The Home Depot$37. 98View at Amazon$50.

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If a burglar sees lights illuminating the door areas the chances are he will select another home to visit, lighting increases his chances of being observed. If the lights are off and the door area is in the shadows the burglar will more than likely enact his plans. Front Garden and Driveway Motion DetectorsMotion activated lights can make your front garden a problem area for a potential burglar removing their ability to approach your home unseen. If you are planning to use motion detectors in the front garden, you should make sure that you have tested the installation locations carefully. You will irritate neighbours and lessen the surprise lighting effect if people walking by, or children playing in the street, frequently trigger the sensors. Rear Garden ProtectionFor the exterior of your home external lighting is definitely a good investment.

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There are many options when it comes to DIY security systems. There are different kinds of cameras that would provide homeowners the security they need. The first level of protection is the gate. There are actually driveway gates that can be installed. Adding features such as selective access entry by means of a password oriented system, cameras, motion sensors and remote access can also be a part of the gate. The next level of defense comprises of security doors. There is a variety of materials used to make these doors more intruder resistant. It could be made of steel, wood or a combination of the two. The good thing is that the designs they have are not limited. The façade of the house can be secure without looking like a prison. The different styles would let a homeowner to choose according to the house’s overall feel without compromising the family’s safety.

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