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The kit comes with three cameras to keep an eye on your home, and all of them allow a live feed and a noise-canceling two-way audio. Whether you're out of the house or just staying in and checking from the comfort of your couch, you can receive instant alerts when there is motion detected.
The cameras also feature 4K HDR image and use a special color night vision so you can see exactly who is outside your door no matter what time of the day. It also comes with an ultra-wide 180-degree viewing angle so you can keep an eye on all of your property, and auto-correcting will remove the fisheye distortion.
And, if you have unwanted guests on your property, you can set the cameras to trigger an alarm. However, if you don't want it automatically going off, you can also view the footage in real time and trigger it manually.
The cameras are wireless and can last up to 180 days on a single charge. They're also easy to mount resistant to the elements, so they will stay functional rain or shine.