Alarm.com Indoor Camera Comparison

Alarm.com Indoor Camera Comparison

Alarm.com Indoor Camera Comparison

There are two great choices for Alarm.com Indoor Cameras. The Alarm.com HDR indoor Camera can better handle harsh light conditions, but almost all other features are the same. If you have an environment with a lot of sun glare then you would want to use the HDR Indoor Camera. Otherwise, the Alarm.com Indoor Cameras will work almost identically.

Alarm.com Indoor CameraRound Alarm.com Indoor CameraAlarm.com Indoor HDR Camera
Recording Compression H.264XXX
Maximum Resolution 1920X1080 (1080p)XXX
Image Sensor1/3″, 2.12MP1/2.9″ 2MP1/2.7″ 2MP
Lens3.12mm, F2.22.8mm, F1.853mm, F2.0
Angle of View110 Degrees113 Degrees117 Degrees
Low Light Sensitivity 0 Lux with IRXXX
IR Night Vision Range – 15ftXXX
Two-Way AudioXXX
ImagingHDRWDRHDR
Image Adjustments (Flip, Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Sharpness)XXX
Image Adjustments – ExposureXX
Connects to 2.4 and 5 GHz WiFiOnly 2.4GhzXX
Ethernet ConnectionNoXX
Operating Temps 32-104 Deg FXXX
Operating Humidity (non-condensing) RH20%-100%20-80%<95%
Power12V, 1A12 V, 5W12V, 1 A
Dimensions2.8″x2.3″x3.1″2.75″x2.06″x3.67″2.4″x3″x3.7″
Miniumum BandwidthTBD0.5 MbpsTBD
Smart View (Micro SD Card Edge Recording)XNoX

You can see the difference slightly in the comparison images below if you see the left side is really hard to see around the sun light glare and the coffee table, but the HDR Camera helps balance that harsh lighting so you can still see the table and the area where the glare is.

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