Arlo Pro 2 Wireless Home Security Camera System with Siren

Arlo Pro 2 Review The 3.1 x 1.9 x 2.8-inch Arlo Pro 2 is nearly
identical physically to the original Arlo Pro. Both exemplify Arlo’s signature design of
a smooth, curved, ovoid body with a black lens and face. The compact camera, which has no legs or stand,
presents a comparatively unobtrusive low profile. A small round magnetic mount that screws into
the wall is included with the camera. Other mounting options are available from Arlo and
third-party vendors. The Pro 2’s 1080p video, 130-degree field
of view and glass lens captured very good, crisp daylight video, in both wired and wireless
modes. Details were easy to discern, with good color
and exposure when viewed on our iPhone and Android phone. However, when viewed through the web portal
on a large computer screen, highlights were blown out and pixelated.
By comparison, the original Pro’s daylight video was smaller, but had better contrast
and exposure on all screens as did the 1080p Arlo Q. Both the mobile apps and the web portal have
excellent, nearly identical controls for setting up customized motion and sound detection.
The default Modes are Armed, Disarmed, Schedule and Geofencing. The Schedule Mode is very flexible, allowing
you to create different time periods for each day, and easily repeat them on specific days. Therefore, unlike many other cameras, the
Arlo system can be turned on or off throughout the night from one day’s evening to the next
day’s morning. Geofencing, which can be set only through
the mobile app, turns your system on when you leave the property and then off when you
return. Higher-image resolution is simply a measure
of the volume of data, not the quality of that data. Therefore, while the Arlo Pro 2 is a higher-resolution
camera than the Arlo Pro, we found the video quality of the Pro to be a bit better than
that of the Pro 2. In addition, the Pro’s audio was better. In our tests, the Arlo Q had very good to
excellent video quality. All of the above Arlo security cameras have
the same excellent software, free cloud storage, and Smart Home integration. The one big difference is that both the Pro
and Pro 2 require a base station, while the Arlo Q can function as a stand-alone device. That means the Arlo Q is less expensive than
the Pro 2. Therefore, if you need a wire-free camera,
get the Pro. But for wired cameras, the Arlo Q remains our top pick. Kindly see the description for this Amazon
product link. Thanks for watching this product review video. Kindly like and subscribe our YouTube channel.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *