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Break ins are not the only reason to learn how to setup wireless security cameras in your home. There are many other good reasons for getting security cameras in your house. Not only do they allow you to identify someone who has broken into your house, they also often will prevent intruders in the first place. One thing that potential intruders hate is recordings of their activity. Simply by advertising that you have built in security cameras, you prevent several break ins. In this way, home security cameras serve as proactive crime prevention as opposed to simply reactive, like the home security system that you probably have installed at the moment.

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99Ring Spotlight Cam: This 1080p outdoor security camera from the makers of the Ring Video Doorbell comes in wired and battery versions. The battery version can use a Ring Solar Panel for charging. Released in July 2017 for $199. 00Logitech Circle 2: This 1080p camera can be used indoors and outdoors and has an extremely wide 180 degree field of view. It also comes in wired and battery powered versions. Released in July 2017 for $179. 99 Why Trust Us?We started reviewing security cameras in 2012 and have devoted hundreds of hours to research and testing since then. Our research focuses on which types of cameras are best for beginners. We chose to focus on indoor cameras, since inside is the best place to put your first one. Each camera we tested connects via a mobile app and Wi Fi. We specifically focused on fixed cameras with a wide field of view, at least 80 degrees, so they can monitor an entire room from a corner.