Keeping an eye on the inside of your home or business when you aren’t there can be easily achieved using an indoor security camera. Most connect to the internet and allow you to remotely control it using a smartphone application. Whether you want to check on your kids, pets, valuables or certain areas in your home, they’ll provide you with peace of mind.
Although not as popular as outdoor security cameras, the indoor alternatives often offer the same functionality but at a far lower cost. This is mainly due to the lack of weatherproofing in the construction, which makes them only suitable for indoor use.
To assist you in selecting an indoor security camera, our handpicked selection lists top-performing setups, chosen based on our first-hand experience installing and using several different indoor cameras. Our testing and up-to-date research further ensure the quality of our recommendations.
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How The DIY Works Team Tests & Rates Indoor Security Cameras
Whether we are keeping an eye on the inside of our properties or our pets, we’ve had the pleasure of testing out a range of indoor security cameras over the years.
During our ongoing testing, we analyse the camera’s build quality, video quality, usability and all of the functionality the camera and smartphone application provides.
To keep up our commitment to reviewing and testing the latest indoor security cameras (for this article), we are continually testing out the latest offerings from top brands in the UK. This means that when we notice a brand has released a new model, we will attempt to upgrade and test it out as soon as possible.
As well as our testing and experience using a range of indoor security cameras, we also based our recommendations on the latest research and multiple factors. Some of the factors that we considered included the camera’s build quality, video quality, usability, functionality (camera and smartphone app), warranty and value.