WiFi cameras are easy to set up and can sit on a tabletop as long as you have access to power nearby.

WiFi cameras can be more affordable because they don’t require professional installation.

Footage from your camera is often backed up to the cloud so you can remotely view your cameras

Cameras can literally be picked up and moved, as long as there is a power point nearby; WiFi means they don’t need cables to transmit the data.

If you’re still not sure whether a WiFi camera is a good investment, here at Hddoor we offer a Kyla Smart IP Camera & Pan-Tilt IP Camera which gives customers the best of both worlds. Users can live view cameras remotely, review motion events in the cloud, receive alarm alerts, and capture 24/7 HD video locally.

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An IP camera is a networked digital video camera that transmits data over a Fast Ethernet link. IP cameras (also called “network cameras”) are most often used for IP surveillance, a digitized and networked version of closed-circuit television (CCTV).