Security At It’s Best With HooToo Security

One thing I like to have in and outside of my house are security cameras. These are just systems I like to have to monitor my house. Since recently I just built a new home, I wanted to monitor my house even when I’m not there. I didn’t want to spend hundreds of dollars on a security system and since I have reviewed two different HooToo indoor camera, I thought I would give this one a try as well.

First, I was extremely surprised on how easy the setup was. All I had to do was connect the security camera with my WIFI and then have an outlet as a power source for the camera. The processes of hooking the camera to my WIFI took me all of 20 minutes. The directions are simple and easy and even if you’re not technology savvy you can still follow along and set this up. After that it was just a matter of finding the right spot where you wanted to mount the camera. In my opinion you want to set this camera at a height so people can’t tamper with it. Everything you need to mount this comes included in the package as well.

The HooToo camera is a HD 1280×720 high resolution camera. This camera resolution gives you a crystal clear picture giving you a peace of mind. This camera also has 24 IR night vision enabled camera to keep function in low and light conditions so you always have the perfect picture. Motion detection allows the camera to automatically catch any movement within the surveillance area. Last, this camera is also its best even in the worst of weather conditions. Waterproof, snow, storm, and heat resistance.

Overall, this was an awesome product. It was super east to set up and the quality overall was amazing. Not to mention that the price was perfect and it wouldn’t break the bank. The only negative thing I have to say about this camera is that it will lag when you are trying to connect and move the camera in any direction. Aside from the lag, this is a good quality camera and if you are looking for something that is cheap and reliable, this is your best bet!

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