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50View at Walmart$199. 99View at Best Buy?August's video doorbell has a clever HindSense feature that includes a couple of seconds of video before the motion is detected, which means the device is more likely to capture a usable image. While August's doorbell doesn't have the highest resolution among the cameras we tested, the footage was clear enough that we could see people's faces, and we liked that its spotlight helped illuminate whoever was coming to the door at night. Because August's product looks the least like a traditional doorbell, visitors sometimes didn't know to press the device; they just knocked on our door instead. Still, it integrates tightly with August's excellent Smart Locks, which itself is compatible with Alexa, Siri and Google Assistant, among other smart home systems — the most of any of the doorbells we tested. 99View at Best Buy$249View at Amazon?It also has crisp, 1080p resolution and a wide, 160 degree field of view — tops among the cameras we tested — and the most competitive storage costs.

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168. You also have access to live feed anytime you want it via your smart phone or online. Infrared night vision allows you flexibility and security in identifying who is at your door whether during the day or at night, as the camera can switch to black and white night vision view in the dark based upon your customized sensitivity adjustments. The iseeBell Wi Fi Enabled HD Video Doorbell provides wi fi connection 2. 4GHz in a simple installation. This video doorbell design is powerful and compact, at just 3.

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