Best Ezviz Security Cameras 2022
(Pocket-lint) – Ezviz offers a wide range of smart security cameras to keep your home safe and give you peace of mind while you’re away.
With such a variety of styles to choose from, it can be quite difficult to determine the best option for your needs.
To help you decide, we’ve tested a range of options to find out where they excel and where they might be less ideal.
Without further ado, let’s get into our picks.
Best Ezviz Cameras in 2022
- Wireless chime included
- Easy installation
- Local recording on microSD
- Doorbell unit is tall and chunky
When it comes to upgrading your home with smart security cameras, we recommend starting with the front door.
Not only does this mean you’ll never miss a package again, it also provides coverage at one of the most exposed entry points to your home.
The DB2 comes at an affordable price, offers hassle-free installation, and can store video on microSD cards, so you don’t have to commit to expensive subscription plans.
Ezviz C6 2K+
- Wide range of pan and tilt controls
- AI human and pet tracking
- High quality 2K video
- For wired indoor use only
If you need to cover a large room and don’t want to invest in multiple cameras, the C6 2K+ might be just the ticket.
With pan and tilt controls, you can easily see any corner of the room. Plus, the C6 can automatically track people or pets, ensuring you have a good view of the action.
It’s a wired camera, so you’ll need to place it somewhere near an outlet, but otherwise it’s pretty flexible. It can be placed on a desk or mounted on a wall or ceiling with its included bracket.
- Small and easy to mount
- Good autonomy
- Affordable price
- Finish is prone to fingerprints and scratches
The BC2 is a small, battery-powered camera with magnetic mount and hard mount options included.
The cordless and small design means it can be placed anywhere you can think of, while up to 50-day battery life makes maintaining a charge less of a chore.
The only downside to this little camera is the glossy finish, which looks nice at first glance but is extremely prone to fingerprints and scratches.
Ezviz eLife BC1C
- Excellent build quality and finish
- Spotlights with strobe function
- 32 GB built-in storage
- The app could use some improvements
If you need to keep a close eye on your garden or driveway, the Ezviz eLife camera is a great choice.
With 32GB of built-in storage, you can say goodbye to expensive subscriptions and you won’t even have to buy an SD card.
It’s packed with features too, including two bright LED floodlights, up to 210-day battery life, IP66 waterproofing, and human motion detection.
Ezviz Solar Panel
- great price
- Keeps your outdoor camera charged
- Included stand makes positioning easy
- Water-resistant micro USB limits compatibility
Alright, so this one isn’t a camera, but it’s such a great accessory that we thought it was worth including on our list.
Mounting an outdoor camera high up gives you an unobstructed view of your property, but it also means taking it down to charge it can involve a precarious trip up the ladder.
With the Ezviz Solar Panel, you may never have to do that again, as it harnesses the power of the sun to keep your camera charged at all times. Combine this convenience with its low price and you have an essential accessory for Ezviz camera owners.
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Every smart camera on this list has been thoroughly tested in real-life home scenarios, just like you would use them in everyday life.
As part of our ongoing smart cam reviews – as well as this buyer’s guide – we’re still assessing exactly how the current range of interior options stack up against each other.
With smart cameras, as with any area of consumer technology, there are many considerations when ranking the various options. Design, features, privacy, performance, subscriptions and value are all very important and are areas we evaluate in each individual device.
Naturally, it’s not possible to provide a “perfect” list of recommendations for everyone’s needs, but we focus on the above areas and the opinions of the experts on the Pocket-lint team in order to make our better in this regard.
What we always avoid when compiling these picks are unnecessary spec comparisons and marketing jargon; we just want to provide an easy-to-understand summary that gives you an idea of what each camera looks like. Our verdicts are concise, but that’s only in the interest of brevity. Rest assured that all things on this list have been fully tested.
Written by Luke Baker. Editing by Britta O’Boyle.