IP65-certified, weather-resistant cameras enable you to place them anywhere-indoors and out. Arlo Smart adds powerful intelligence to your Arlo cameras. Customize alerts to detect people, specific zones, and contact emergency responders right from your smartphone's lock screen (optional service, includes 1-month trial).Free and Secure Cloud Storage. The free Arlo Basic subscription plan lets you add up to 5 Arlo cameras and gives you access to recordings from the past 7 days.
For more information on 7 days Free Cloud Recordings, please visit the official website. Unique Features of Arlo Pro 2. 1080p HD Resolution and Advanced Motion Detection. Watch and record crisp HD video in more detail than ever before. Wide-angle PIR motion sensors make sure no movement goes unnoticed.Capture activity 3 seconds before a triggered event so youll always know what happened, from start to finish. Available when plugged in and used indoors. Highlight areas in your cameras view where you want to receive motion and sound alerts. Upgrade to keep nonstop recordings in the cloud when the camera is plugged in and used indoors. Rain or shine, hot or cold, the IP65-certified Arlo Pro camera will brave it all. Stop crime before it happens with over 100 decibel siren that can be controlled remotely, or when motion or sound is detected.
Listen in and talk back through the built-in speaker and mic straight from your smartphone. Local Storage and Free Cloud Recordings. Don't pay for cloud storage that you don't need.
Keep the past 7 days of motion and audio triggered recordings for free. Secure your recordings with an USB drive local backup storage option. Arlo Pro 2 keeps an eye on your home while you're away, in brilliant 1080p HD quality. Put the 100% wire-free, weather-resistant camera anywhere, indoors or out.
Then, power it with the included rechargeable battery or plugged it in (when indoors) to access activity zones and 24/7 Continuous Video Recording upgrades. Use 2-way audio or remotely sound a 100+ device siren while catching every moment with night vision and advanced motion detection. You'll even get motion and sound-activated alerts and 7 days of free cloud video recordings.
Arlo Pro 2 works with Amazon Alexa to make your smart home security even more simple and effective. 6x Wall mount screw set, 1x Outdoor security mount screw set. 6x Wall mount, 1x Outdoor security mount. 6x Wire-Free 1080p HD Camera with Audio. Base station with a built in siren.
Free of power cords and wiring hassles. Arlo Smart - Rich notifications and customization. Arlo Smart adds intelligence to your Arlo cameras to give you a more personal and purposeful home security experience. Customize alerts to detect people, configure specific activity zones, and contact emergency responders right from your smartphones lock screen. Easily charge your batteries anytime to get uninterrupted security monitoring.
Keep your camera charged by using the rechargeable battery or plugging it into a power outlet with the included adapter. Put your camera anywhere, indoors or out. Listen in or talk back through the built-in speaker and mic, straight from your smartphone. Turns on automatically in low light so you can see clearly, even in the dark. Define areas in your camera's view where you want to receive motion and sound alerts.Feature is available when the camera is plugged in. Don't pay for cloud storage you don't need. Arlo Basic plan comes with rolling 7-day cloud recordings. Live stream or view recorded video and audio for up to 7 days from the Arlo app. For anyone looking for home security cameras/system... Really impressed with the flexibility of the app and the ease of configurability as well as multiple options for scheduling. Zoom and record options are appropriate for our needs as well as video quality. There is also a community where they collect ideas and continue to improve the product. You have outside developers in the community giving feedback which is amazing and tells you that there's true interest in bettering Arlo.
You will pay a little more but it's worth it in my opinion. We bought a six camera system from Amazon two years ago and the software was terrible and not highly configurable and did not give the convenience of an online recording library.This one is much easier and works 100%. My other camera system was much cheaper about half the price but is no comparison to this system. Complete in about 30 minutes as the system can be wired or wireless. This means if you want to install your camera in a tree and the wireless connection is good then go for it. The other great thing they did with this product is, you are able to connect to Amazon fire and see live video on your television simply by calling the camera with the Amazon TV remote.
Connection was simple with the Alexa app. Also I did some research on Nest which I believe is their competitor and based on several reviews from YouTube, Arlo looked to be the better choice although I have not tried Nest.Hoping my review helps other shoppers. I have had a Nest camera in my house for a couple of years and have always been pleased with the quality of the camera and the quality of the video. Problem is, to see videos you have to pay for yearly cloud storage. The Arlo was attracted to me because it comes with 7-day free cloud storage for videos. Setting up of the base and camera's was very easy. The cameras are wireless and just need to be mounted or placed on a flat surface.
I placed the two wireless cameras outside, one to see the front door and patio and one to see the back and side of my house. To mount the cameras comes with a magnetic mounting ball, that attaches to a wall or to wood outside by a small screw. While it was easy to mount the magnetic base to place the wireless camera, it did not work for my setup. The magnetic base reduces the tilt and left/right placement of the camera.
The magnetic basement is also a little less secure as it is easy for someone to walk by and just take the camera off the base. The swivel mount allows you to screw the camera into the base and the base have more flexibility in setting up the camera angle you need. The base gave me flexibility in securing one of my cameras on a tree in the backyard so I could get a good view of the back of our house and the side of our house. I had to make some adjustment to the backyard camera as it was picking up rabbits hopping by and it picked up some of the tree branches moving in the wind.
The Arlo application gives you numerous setting and adjustments you can make to the camera. Arlo is providing the absolute best wireless camera system on the market today. I use these cameras and systems both at home and the office. This new Pro 2 has features and a resolution no other current wireless camera has available as of Oct 2017. Ignore the negative reviews who I honestly believe are nothing but hired trolls.
The difference between the Arlo Pro and Arlo Pro 2 is distinct. The physical sizes are the same.
They use the same batteries. But the image quality is obviously much, much better with the Pro 2.
I use all the Arlo cameras except for the "Baby" camera and the setup for each is easy. The battery life is amazing.I hope Arlo continues with their development of new cameras. Would love to see a version with the motion detector removed, making the entire body of the camera much smaller and having image motion triggering for recording. I wish Alro would forget the damn speakers on the camera bodies.
The quality of the audio coming out of the speakers is average at best but there is honestly no application where a speaker is valuable. I would recommend the Arlo Pro 2 without hesitation. At first I took the Arlo off my "to be considered" list because of the price. Nest, Ring, August, Blink, Kuna, etc were all less expensive at first glance.But, looking at the features of the Arlo it occurred to me that the Arlo makes up for the initial investment because most of the important storage features you have to pay for every month on the other cameras were included with the Arlo. Seriously, do the math - somewhere in year 2 you'll be past break even with the Arlo. The Arlo was unique compared to a few of its competitors in that it had its own hub. I really didn't want to plug another hub into my router but I've found that the hub gives me very fast response to viewing videos, i. I don't have to go to some remote server somewhere to see what's going on. It also allows me to plug in a USB storage device if I want to keep things local. The app has a setting that allows you to wander around to find the best location for the camera. I'm using the included magnetic mounts so I just screwed them into my house, positioned the camera and I was done. The cameras connect to the Arlo hub which Netgear says can be up to 300 feet away. My farthest camera is about 100 feet away so - no problems. Because the cameras are wireless and run on a rechargeable battery once it's mounted you're pretty much done. I'm keeping my eye on the batteries and I might plug one of them in full-time at one point because it's a fairly active area and I doubt that I'll get much more than a few months from a charge. I'm also able to quickly connect to the system when I'm away from the house to see what's going on. Because the cameras aren't permanently mounted I'll move one into my house to keep an eye on my dogs if I'm going to be away for the day. The expression on my dogs face when I tell her to get off the couch is priceless.
I don't see how you can go wrong with this set-up. Easy to install, easy to use, great video quality, all the usual bells and whistles and you won't be writing a check each month for an inflated cloud storage account. Nice and secure packaging to protect hardware from damage.
Not liking that since cameras are NOT supposed to be seen or attention drawn to them. Looking through the box you get two magnetic mounts and NO OUTDOOR MOUNTS. Disappointing have to shell out more cash.Everything is made of plastic. This is how these can be made affordably. The cameras have a high gloss finish so they stand out anywhere you put them.
The cameras feel light and cheap until you actually put the batteries in them then they feel like solid cameras. The battery is built extremely well.
There isn't any flex in the casing like you find in other cheap rechargeable battery packs. The mounts are plastic with a metal half sphere. I like these mounts for indoor use as they offer multiple angles and flexibility for aiming your cameras. However, these are NOT good for outdoor use since someone can just walk up and snatch your camera. To rectify this, Arlo has included a threaded mounting option for which they do NOT provide.
Overall, I do not question if these will last. These cameras were up and running in 10 minutes.Mounting where you want them takes the skill of creativity and planning to make sure you are getting the area you want most. All you do is give power to the base, plug the base into your router, and sync the cameras that easy. The longest part was creating a login for Arlo which took all of 3 minutes.
Out of the 10 minutes to get the cameras online, 3 of them you will be making an account unless you already have a Netgear account. If you want to use the Alexa skill, add another minute to setup because you have to link the skill to your Netgear account. +Ease of Use/Setup - this is the fastest camera system I have ever setup. I have use ALL of the other competitors out there.
+Arlo App - this app is the best! You can have 2way conversations through the app, make camera adjustments, and zoom all in app. +Third Party Integration - the camera seamlessly integrates with Alexa.
I love the ability to say Alexa, show me the backyard and I get a full screen ON TV! It works with the Echo Show and Echo Spot well also.It also supports SmartThings, IFTTT, and Strinfigy too. +Free 7 Day Cloud Storage - I don't know of any other company offering a free option for cloud recording. Arlo gives you up to 5 devices on a 7 day plan for free. +Battery Life - this battery is rated up to six months. This will all be contingent upon how much recording it does. I like the wired option for high traffic areas. +Zones - this allows you to only turn on motion for a certain part of the video feed. If you have a pesky tree near it this will trigger lots of motion. +Audio/Motion Triggers - this camera will turn on for sound or motion. Most cameras only will record if you have motion trigger them. +Doubles as Unmonitored Security System - the Arlo system includes a siren that can be triggered automatically if you set the rules to do so.
It offers geofencing so if you are away and it detects you are not in your home, you can set rules to sound a siren much like ADT systems with ear piercing decibels. This could make an intruder think you have an alarm and force them to leave. +Secure Offsite Storage and Easy Downloads of Videos - if someone steals or disables your cameras, the recordings don't go with them.
+Ability to record to USB - you can have a thumb drive plugged into the hub and it can record there for you also. Options if you don't like the cloud for your privacy. Video Quality - you get 1080p but it is still very graining in low light situations. I don't get clear pictures at night but it isn't a wired system so I guess that is to be expected.Alexa Skill - it would be nice to be able to do other functions besides just showing the feed. Features like 2-way communication and maybe zooming in from the remote or voice commands would be great. Maybe asking battery levels/connection strength of the cameras as well would be useful too. High Gloss White Exterior - I would like to see other options rather than having a bright white camera as the only one. White is not a great color to conceal a camera and will attract attention of someone who wanted to steal the camera. If you are looking at this, you probably are or have already researched the other names in the game. In my opinion, this is THE BEST system out there. If provides the most options and you can scale it to grow with you.
I can foresee this becoming a security system much like Nest is trying to do. I like where this is going, and Netgear is definitely on the right track with providing value not found with its competitors. So far battery life has been good while learning what settings were best for my setup, the camera was turning on a lot because of motion and sound. That caused a little battery drop but surprisingly not very much. After a couple of days, both camera batteries show 98%.
Battery life should be much better now that I have adjusted motion sensitivity settings. Video quality is also good with 1080p resolution. I thought about just going with the Arlo Pro, which has 720p resolution but ended up going with the Pro 2 for better video quality and a few other features. I'm glad I made the investment for the better quality video. So far, I'm really happy with the quality of the Arlo camera system.I'm going to add an Arlo Q for indoor monitoring in my basement where we have some windows. Over time I hope to add 1 or 2 additional wireless cameras outside for full coverage.
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