Below is a review of the five best Homekit baby monitors that you can install and integrate into your Apple Homekit smart home ecosystem.
In 2014 Apple released the Apple Homekit, a software that enables users to use iOS devices to control smart home devices such as cameras, bulbs, and baby monitors. Apple joined Amazon’s Alexa Home which has over 6000 compatible devices compared to Apple with less than 50 compatible devices. Similar to Google Home and Echo Show Baby Monitors, the cameras of compatible baby monitors need to be wifi-enabled.
We have usually recommended Arlo Baby, monitor, as the best Homekit baby monitor but there have also been a lot of complaints about Arlo, specifically Arlo Baby Monitor. The challenge we faced trying to only list baby monitors that work with Apple Homekit Home is that there haven’t been any baby monitors added to the list of Homekit-integrating devices since our last update.
Some security cameras have features that can make them suitable for monitoring babies such as dim night vision LED light or the ability to continuously stream footage as other monitors. We picked a few of those and have included descriptions of what makes them a compromise Homekit monitors considering that we don’t have ‘true’ Homekit Baby Monitors.
List of 5 Homekit Baby Monitors:
Here are Apple Homekit-compatible baby monitors:
- Arlo Homekit Baby Monitor – Legacy Homekit Monitor brand
- Ecobee Smart Baby Camera + Homekit – Best for Apple TV Viewing
- Aqara G2H Pro Baby Monitor – The most advanced Homekit Monitor for smart home integration
- Logi Circle 2 Homekit Video Monitor – Best for free 24-hour cloud storage
- Eufy Cam 2C Compatible with Homekit – Best Homekit Monitor with local storage
- Homekit Compatible Monitors We No Longer Recommend in 2014:
The video below describes what Homekit offers.
Best Homekit Baby Monitors Reviews 2024
Arlo Homekit Baby Monitor
Our overall best Homekit baby monitor is Apple Baby Monitor although I have some caveats you should consider. Arlo Baby Monitor can be integrated with Apple Homekit to leverage Siri, Apple’s virtual assistant.
Arlo is the only baby monitor that truly integrates with Homekit as most others on this list are indoor security cameras that can be turned into baby monitors.
I was really hoping to switch out Arlo as my top Apple Homekit Monitor in 2024 with other brands such as Nanit or Cubo Ai, but I was kind of bummed to find that there aren’t that many compatible options out there. It seems like Apple Homekit hasn’t really made a big effort to include video baby monitor brands in their lineup.
Another important reason why I reluctantly suggest Arlo is the security concern, and I’ll explain that in detail shortly.
Netgear has been Apple Homekit’s partner and at CES 2019, it launched a series of 4K Arlo Cameras and later included Arlo Baby Monitor as a Homekit-compatible device
The Arlo Baby Monitor, a brand by Arlo known for its expertise in security cameras, offered some interesting features when integrated with Homekit. Parents found value in its cry detection, motion detection, air quality sensors, temperature sensors, and quality video and audio. However, based on my evaluation, I no longer personally recommend it as much as I did years prior.
Arlo discontinued and announced the end of support for this monitor in 2021, indicating that any future security vulnerabilities may remain unaddressed. This is the primary reason for concern and the main rationale behind my recommendation, which now includes a comprehensive disclosure of its security limitations. I was surprised to still find some units being sold online even on Amazon in early 2024.
One concerning aspect of Arlo’s lack of support after discontinuation is that the Arlo Baby Monitor relied on firmware updates to stay ahead of security vulnerabilities. Without ongoing updates, there’s a potential risk of exposure to hackers, which could jeopardize your family’s safety. It’s important to be aware of this situation and take necessary precautions to protect yourself and your loved ones if you choose to still get this monitor on eBay or even on Amazon. I found unconfirmed reddit reports that the current version isn’t made by Arlo.
Not sure if the currently sold version is compatible with Homekit, but if it is, good luck with it! If you decide to go ahead and get Arlo as your Homekit Monitor, you’ll first need to add Arlo Baby Monitor and use the Homekit set-up code at the bottom of the Arlo Camera. Within 30 seconds, you’ll have added your Arlo to Homekit. You can even rename the location of the Arlo. Then, head over to the Apple Homekit App and enjoy the video stream. What I found lacking was how Homekit didn’t fully integrate to take advantage of most Arlo Monitor features, such as VOC, temperature sensors, humidity sensors, motion detection, music plays, and more, as explained in this video.
Even if Arlo Monitor wasn’t discontinued, I wouldn’t choose this monitor because it doesn’t support Homekit Secure Video(HSK) and doesn’t utilize iCloud storage for video backups. Unfortunately, you’re required to pay Arlo extra to access stored footage.
As I did further research on the internet about this Apple Baby Monitor, it’s clear that the firmware update challenge may eventually render it incompatible with Homekit. One user named Dane from 2020 reviewed this monitor saying, “The integration with HomeKit is wonderful. You do need to make sure you upgrade to the latest firmware with the Arlo app to get all of the features with HomeKit.”
Another Arlo customer named Adam also gave a good rating to Arlo saying “So far the camera is great! Easy Homekit integration. The only issue I have noted to date is that the temperature sensor is WAY off. But other than that very happy with my purchase“
RPL who used Arlo Baby Monitor with Homekit was quick to point out in his review that “as with the rest of the Arlo line of cameras, you get a free 7 day recording of videos, which other companies don’t give you. With the last firmware update, Temperature, Humidity, Air Quality (VOCs level), are all exposed to Homekit as well.”
What’s clear from users was that Arlo’s subsequent firmware updates had made it a great Homekit monitor before being discontinued.
Below is a very helpful review of this Apple Homekit Monitor;
The image below shows the features of the HomeKit App once you’ve connected it with your Arlo baby monitor.
The ability to integrate Arlo Homekit Monitor with other smart home ecosystems such as Alexa and Google Home made this brand very versatile and attractive to many smart home owners.
|Arlo Baby Monitor Homekit
|All iPhone models after the 5S model, All iPad models, Apple TV,
iPod Touch and Homepod models
|App Rating on Appstore
|3.9/5 from 3,700 users
|Arlo Battery Life
|iOS 9 or later; Mac with Safari 3 or later
Below is the picture of the Arlo baby monitor, our top Apple Homekit monitor.
Below are all the features that you get with the Arlo Homekit baby monitor:
Arlo has a 1080p HD display, a 130-degree field of view, and average night vision. We love the air quality sensors that sense any compounds. The only other baby monitor with environmental sensors(VOC) is iBaby but is not compatible with Siri or with Homekit’s Secure Video(HSV).
Adding Arlo Camera to Apple Homekit
Follow the following steps to any of the Arlo Homekit compatible cameras, specifically, Arlo Baby, Arlo Pro, Arlo Pro 2, and Arlo Ultra 4K. Make sure you’ve downloaded the latest version of the App. Once you have the Arlo App, follow the following steps:
- Check to see if your camera is working and connected to Arlo App
- Download Apple Homekit App on Appstore. It will require you to allow it to access your home data
- While the Homekit App is open, navigate to ‘my devices’ and add the Homekit set-up by clicking ‘add’ on my devices button. It will direct you to confirm that you have the latest device firmware.
- Select the Home you’d like to set up the Homekit set-up code that you can get in the quick-start guide. You can also scan the code or enter it manually.
- Arlo baby should now be added to your Homekit. Remember to name the device (such as baby nursery camera)
Ecobee Smart Baby Camera + Homekit
Another awesome Apple-compatible camera that seamlessly integrates with Homekit is the Ecobee Smart Camera. It’s perfect for baby monitoring during the day ONLY! If you mount it in your baby’s nursery at night, its super bright LED lights for night vision would make it too uncomfortable for your baby to get any sleep. You can, however, turn off the infrared LED lights at night and forego monitoring during low-light conditions.
This monitor option is absolutely perfect if you’re looking to enjoy video pop-ups on your Apple TV pip (picture in picture). And guess what? With a 50GB Apple Cloud plan, you can easily add a single camera without having to subscribe to the Ecobee Premium subscription plan. How awesome is that?
If you’re looking for a monitor with remote pan, tilt, and zoom capabilities, Ecobee may not be the ideal choice. Plus, the image quality falls a bit short when compared to others on this list, like Logi Circle.
Below is Babylist’s review of this monitor
Some of the recent additions are only viable as daytime baby cams because of the night vision glare but loved some of our few picks that allow you to turn off the glare and opt for ambient lights instead. Among those is the ecobee Smart Baby Monitor.
ecobee Smart Camera (Amazon)
The ecobee app doesn’t have any monthly subscription fees, which is great. It also works seamlessly with existing iCloud+ subscriptions. Additionally, Ecobee offers its own subscription service, but it’s not mandatory for using HomeKit. This HomeKit monitor has some fantastic features, including HD video and night vision. You can stream clear 1080p HD video to your phone, day or night, making it feel like you’re home even when you’re not.
The SmartCamera is equipped with person detection, ensuring that it keeps individuals in the center of the frame as it pans across its 180º field of view. It also has smoke alarm detection, providing an alert on your phone if it detects sound from your smoke alarm to keep your entire family safe. Privacy is important, and Ecobee addresses this by automatically shutting off when family members arrive. It also utilizes on-device processing and end-to-end encryption for added security.
We’ll be updating this post soon with a full review of Ecobaby Smart Camera made specifically for pet and baby monitoring. Aside from Arlo Baby Monitor and Ecobee, most other Homekit cameras are security cameras – with features such as motion-triggered recording and not sound-triggered. The only other close security camera that can be used as a baby monitor is EufyCam 2 Pro but it is still motion-triggered recording.
Aqara G2H Pro Baby Monitor
Another baby camera that can be integrated with Homekit is the Aqara G2H Pro, which I personally prefer due to its less noticeable glare at night compared to the Ecobee Smart Camera mentioned earlier.
While Aqara’s marketing materials for this device highly praise the invisible 940nm IR lights that promise “no annoying glow that could disturb your sleep during the night,” it is fair to acknowledge that there is still some glare present.
See a snapshot I took of the visible glare from Aqara below;
Jump to the 2:20 in the video below to get a good look at the brightness of Aqara’s G2H Pro which is an upgrade from the earlier G2H.
The video above clearly demonstrates that activating night vision mode on this camera requires the simultaneous activation of IR lights. It would be convenient to have separate control over monochrome and IR light functions.
It is a great smart home camera system though. This Youtube short gives an overview of how it transcends traditional cameras for monitoring little ones.
If you need a Homekit Baby Monitor that does not require a base station like Arlo or Nest Cameras, Aqara is your go-to solution. With this monitor, you can exclusively utilize it with the Homekit App, eliminating the need to install the manufacturer’s app.
If you have a HomeKit-based home automation system, this camera is an excellent choice. It operates without the requirement of a hub and seamlessly connects to HomeKit, utilizing its secure video storage.
I appreciate the flexibility of being able to opt out of the subscription, which is not possible with Nest or Arlo. Although a Micro SD card is not necessary, it’s important to note that HomeKit Secure Video only records events and does not offer continuous 24/7 storage.
To ensure you can capture an entire event that falls outside your HomeKit recording zone, I recommend investing in a 32 GB micro SD card. These cards are affordably priced at just $5 and will allow you to save a couple of days’ worth of continuous video.
To install and integrate this camera with your Homekit smart home, follow these steps:
- Open the Apple Home app.
- Click the “+” button in the upper right corner.
- Enter the “Add Accessory” page.
- Scan or manually enter the HomeKit Setup Code located at the bottom of the camera.
- This will bind the camera to HomeKit.
By following these instructions, you will be able to seamlessly set up and connect your camera to your HomeKit ecosystem.
Aqara is establishing itself as a leading brand in smart home automation. They specialize in designing cameras that seamlessly integrate with popular smart home ecosystems such as IFTTT, Google Home, Alexa Home, Clova, Alice, Homeconnect Plus, and more. This information can be found on Aqara’s official website, where they highlight their wide range of compatibility options.
With its pan and tilt capabilities, this device offers enhanced flexibility and its integration with the Homekit security system provides numerous customization options, including alarm mode settings, siren activation, and face recognition.
Being a baby safety blog, I must highlight that this monitor encrypts its signals in transit and goes a step further to ensure safety. The G2H Pro is equipped with a local software masking feature that allows you to selectively exclude specific areas of the image from being recorded or transmitted to third-party servers. This provides you with greater control over your privacy and ensures that only the desired content is shared or stored.
Watch the video below with a helpful overview of what you can expect from this nanny cam;
- Simple to set up with HomeKit.
- Compact in size,
- The magnet base is a bonus.
- Highly responsive with the Homekit App
- The invisible infrared LEDs make it ideal as a baby monitor
- Supports MicroSD card with storage of up to 512 GB which can continuously record for a whole month! Older videos will get overwritten
- It does not come with a MicroSD card, you’ll have to purchase separately
- Does not support 5 GHz Wi-Fi
Logi Circle 2 Homekit Video Monitor
If you’re looking for a Baby Camera that seamlessly integrates with Homekit and offers free 24-hour cloud storage, a 180-degree field of view, and smart time-lapse day briefs, then this Logi Circle 2 is for you! What’s great about it is that you can turn off the night vision LED and use any ambient lights. This is what makes it really possible to use it as a baby monitor. See this video from 13:00 to learn more about Logi Circle 2 night vision.
As one user claimed,” Turning the camera to the window was enough to light up the room so I could see my baby.” It is a great alternative to Aqara’s G2H Pro.
The Logi Circle 2 also has advanced features such as person detection and custom activity zones, making it an ideal choice for monitoring your little one. The camera can even distinguish between people and objects, sending you notifications only when there is human activity.
Moreover, with the ability to create custom activity zones, you can focus on specific areas of your baby’s room and ignore others, reducing unnecessary notifications. The Logi Circle 2 also has two-way audio capabilities, allowing you to talk or sing to your baby remotely.
I was impressed with the wide field of view. Although it may not truly reach 180 degrees as other cameras such as Ring, I found it to sufficiently cover the entire room.
I do want to mention, though, that troubleshooting this camera can be a bit challenging if you encounter any issues like pairing. In this Security Baron review, he points out how it was quite tricky to plug the camera back in when it popped out from the casing. Additionally, some users have raised concerns about the frequent pairing problems it experiences.
Unlike Arlo which requires to be mounted on a flat surface, Logitech is the best security camera compatible with HomeKit as it has flexible mounting options, the window mount, or a wall mount. It also comes with a long 10-foot wire to allow you to mount it further from the AC outlet.
Logitech Storage and Subscription
Logitech does not allow local storage using MicroSD or USB like some other cameras such as iBaby M7 and Wyze Cam do. Logitech stores the data in the cloud and gives you up to 24 hours of access for free. Other smart home baby monitors such as Nest only allow 3 hours of access.
You can choose from two subscription plans offered by Logitech. The basic plan will cost you $3.99 per month and allows you to access up to 14 days of video stored in their cloud for one camera. The Home Plan costs $6.99 per month and allows you to connect up to 5 cameras.
Logitech Circle 2 gives you unlimited streaming of videos of your baby right on your phone using any of the compatible Apple devices such as iPad and iPhone. Like Nest, Logitech enables you to stream videos 24/7 and with a subscription, you can register to sign up to access up to 30 days of video cloud storage.
Below is a snapshot of a phone screen when adding a camera to your Apple Homekit
Adding a camera or baby monitor to Apple Homekit you’ll need to download the Apple Homekit App on Apple’s Appstore.
Eufy Cam 2C Compatible with Homekit
We checked out the features of several indoor security cameras that double as baby monitors, and guess what? Eufy Cam 2C made it to our top picks! One of the reasons we love it is because its infrared isn’t too bright, ensuring your little one gets a good night’s sleep. Take a look at this video to see how dim the infrared is. Plus, many users have raved about using it as a baby monitor. It is, however, important to note that this Homekit Monitor has a spotlight that can be turned off manually on the app. Other than that, this monitor is good to go!
The camera features a 1080p resolution for sharp images with a 135-degrees wide-angle lens. Even in night vision mode, most of our contacts say the camera’s invisible infrared LED light views your kiddo clearly as they sleep. That, among others, are the features that make the eufyCam 2C compete with early entrants like Nest Cam Indoor. Unlike other cameras, though, mounting is significantly cumbersome since it’s not magnetic.
When it comes to storage, it uses the HomeBase 2 as its hub and local storage. Compared to HomeBase 1, 2 is compact and lightweight with an in-built 16GB eMMC and comes with a USB slot instead of a microSD card. Here, you can store the recorded videos and pictures from your baby’s room to view them later. To access this footage, however, you will need the eMMC card inserted into the HomeBase Station 2 your EufyCam 2C is registered to. The cloud storage fees are similar to that of eufy HomeKit above. However, this one costs $2.99/m for one camera. If you have up to 10 cameras, you will pay $29.99/yr. for 30 days or $9.99/m or $99.99/yr. for 30 days. Seems cheaper as you can use the other cameras for home security.
We like the compatibility of the eufyCam 2C that allows it to work with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. This lets you give voice controls so you can speak to your little ones via two-way audio or even play them soothing music or white noise as they rest.
Like Arlo Pro and eufy HomeKit above, the eufyCam 2C battery lasts up to 180-days which is shorter compared to its earlier eufyCam 2 versions with 365-days battery life.
Another eufyCam compatible with Homekit is the eufyCam 2 Pro
The eufyCam 2 Pro made its debut on July 20, 2020, which is better than the 2C version but close to the eufyCam 2. Unlike most HomeKit compatible baby monitors in our review today, the 2 Pro comes with a 2K (1440p) camera resolution which is an upgrade of the 1080p. The quality is unparalleled comes to picture and video clarity of your baby’s room with a 130-degree angle view. When using HomeKit, however, eufyCam 2 Pro uses 1080p resolution like Circle 2 and Arlo (our top).
What we loved most about the 2 Pro is its extra-long battery that lasts 365 days with a single charge. The camera uses an F2.0 aperture lens backed by a high photosensitivity sensor that allows you to get high-quality images and videos in night vision. That would explain why this relatively new camera in the market has a 75% 5-star rating in just 950+ reviews on Amazon. It offers free 16GB local storage via the HomeBase 2 with an extension to cloud storage which has well-priced plans. This allows you to record live videos and audio from your baby’s room and view them when you want.
Other than HomeKit, eufyCam 2 Pro is compatible with Alexa and Google Assistant. However, there are complaints about the poor two-way talk which the brand is trying to fix. All your data is secured using military-grade security AES 256-bit account encryption and 128-bit video encryption. Learn more about baby monitor encryption here.
Some people asked whether Arlo Ultra 4K could work well as a baby monitor with HomeKit. Though we liked it for the 4K resolution, in-built color night vision, 180-day battery life, and premium two-way audio. However, it does need a subscription and the spotlight feature would be too bright for a baby’s room. That is a big drawback like with most ring cams that can be very distracting for your kiddo during the night. It is also very expensive at around $890.
Homekit Compatible Monitors We No Longer Recommend in 2024:
D-Link Omna – No Longer Recommend
D-Link Omna security camera is another camera that Works with Apple HomeKit. D-Link Omna was the first camera to be approved by Apple to integrate with the Homekit platform and it hasn’t disappointed. It has been available on sale on Amazon since August 2017
The biggest reason why parents prefer D-Link Omna to other smart home cameras such as Nest, Arlo, and Logitech is that D-Link Omna comes with a Micro SD card and you won’t have to pay for cloud storage fees which can be as high as $30 per camera. D-Link Omna supports a 128GB micro SD card but you can still view videos on the app.
The biggest difference between D-Link Omna and the other cameras such as the Arlo baby monitor is that you can only view videos of D-Link Omna on the D-Link App and not on the Homekit App. It is, however, cheaper than the Arlo baby monitor and Logitech Circle 2, our top 2 Homekit baby monitors.
Below are the features of the D-Link Omna Homekit baby monitor:
Another thing that makes most parents love this camera is the 1080p video resolution that gives you a crisp clear live and recorded image. You will also love the clarity of its night vision. Add the 180-degree ultra-wide-angle lens coverage and you have an ideal baby monitor. In addition, D-Link features a two-way talk intercom with an in-built mic and speaker that boost sound clarity as you communicate with your kiddo.
Netatmo Presence Homekit Baby Monitor – No Longer recomend
Netatmo Presence or the smart outdoor security camera is our 5th best HomeKit baby monitor in this SaferForBaby review. Netatmo is the most expensive on this list but its functionalities count for every extra dollar you pay as an upfront cost.
Founded on May 1, 2011, Netatmo is a French firm that manufactures smart home devices. We love the 4 MP video sensor and the full HD 1080p camera resolution. Just a reminder, 4MP refers to 4 million pixels but records 3.7 million pixels to enable fit correctly to a monitor. So, this high resolution means high-quality images and videos during the day. And when the night kicks in, you will love the infrared night vision that detects up to 15 meters inside your baby’s room.
Netatmo Presence local data storage features an 8GB class 10 microSD card but supports up to 32GB microSD cards for additional storage space. Even better, Presence comes with a time-lapse feature that condenses 24 hours of video recording into a 1-minute video. Amazing, right? The camera uses a rechargeable battery that lasts up to 180 days like that of eufyCam 2C and a few others. It also has the upper hand over Ring cameras because it takes little snapshots of motions, and its sleek design does not resemble a camera which is not a deterrent.
Netatmo will let you avoid subscription fees that you’ll have to pay if you go for Logitech Homekit or Arlo HomeKit baby monitors reviewed above. Netatmo lets you save data to any account on Dropbox and if you want to avoid paying Dropbox, you’ll just need to create a new account every time you run out of space.
When the three smart home ecosystems are compared, Alexa has the largest number of compatible devices. To be exact, it can work with 6,167 devices which include the following:
- Lighting devices
- Door locks
- Cameras such as Amazon Cloud Cam
- Voice assistants
According to Gizmodo, Google Assistant baby monitors are the most intelligent and Homekit baby monitors were termed as the most complete.
Eufy Homekit Baby Monitor
Yet another product from Anker Innovations, the eufy HomeKit camera is among the most affordably priced on this list. It comes with a price tag of under $55 and prides a 78% 5-star rating on Amazon with more than 7,500 reviews. Just like ecobee, this HomeKit baby monitor is specifically designed for indoor use which makes it a perfect pick for your kiddo’s room. It is in the same price range as Wyze Cam Pan.
Like its eufyCam 2 Pro, this camera comes with 2K clarity but uses 1080p when you are using HomeKit which is a great resolution. It comes with a 125-degree field of view plus an 8x digital zoom for full coverage and clarity. During our comparison, we found that the Wyze pan offers a better downward movement range than the eufy pan. When it comes to night vision, however, this eufy camera uses 8 infrared LEDs for white & black image clarity up to 33 ft.
We love the compatibility with Google Assistant and Alexa which allows for voice commands, as well as the sensitive mic with high sound clarity. As such, speaking with your baby will be easy. And while HomeKit compatibility also lets you give Siri commands, we found out that it disables features like sound detection and intelligent motion alerts. Unlike its eufyCam 2C cousin, however, this camera has no geofencing option which means the mode switch is done manually. Eufy offers a 180-day battery life.
When it comes to storage, the eufy HomeKit is equipped with a microSD slot for local storage that accommodates up to 128GB capacity SD cards. Eufy offers video playback with events marked on the timeline for ease of viewing a feature Wyze does not have. This makes it better!
Eufy cloud storage plans are affordable with the Basic Plan costing $2.99/m or $29.99/yr. for a 30-day video history for a single cam. That is costly compared to ecobee’s Haven at $9/m but at per with Wyze’s $29.99.
Wyze Cam Homekit – Not recommending for security issues
2024 Update: We no longer recommend Wyze Cams for their weak security issues.
Wyze Cam is one of the cheapest security cameras that can be turned into a baby monitor that integrates with Google Home and Aleza Home. Wyze cam is however incompatible with Apple’s Homekit and the staff of Wyze indicated earlier that they are currently working to make sure that Wyze Cam is compatible with Homekit. If you’ve read any materials with Wyze Cam and Homekit compatible advice, you should only believe that as of July 2019, you can only like and use Wyze on Alexa and Google Home.
Below is a snapshot of Wyze Cam and Homekit compatibility advances that are currently ongoing.
|Arlo Baby Monitor
|Logitech Circle 2 Indoor/Outdoor
|D-Link Indoor Home Security Camera
|Arlo Ultra 3k
|Netatmo Smart Outdoor Security Camera
|Can be Integrated with Apple Homekit (Yes/No)
|1080p HD resolution videos and images
Works with Alexa
|Works with Alexa, Homekit and Google Home;
1080p HD video resolution;
180 degress wide-angle view;
Free 24-hour storage
|100 Wire free
7 Days of Free Cloud Recordings
Uses rechargeable batteries
|HD 1080P, Works with Apple HomeKit, Night Vision, 2 Way Audio, MicroSD Recording
|UHD video quality;
180 Degree diagonal field of view;
Enhanced night vision;
Noise canceling technology
|Comes with 4MP Video sensor
The video resolution/quality is full 1080p HD: up to 1920 x 1080
It has a wide field of view of 100 degrees which is less than Nest and Arlo’s field of views.
A decent night vision range of up to 15 feet.
Comes with local data storage
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Sandra W. Bullock is a highly skilled expert in baby safety, specializing in both indoor and outdoor safety. With her previous experience in retail support, she has successfully assisted numerous parents in installing essential safety equipment such as baby gates, cabinet locks, and outlet covers. Additionally, Sandra has collaborated with various child care facilities, providing valuable safety consultations and comprehensive training to caregivers.