Do you know that 34% of burglars enter through the front door?

Front door, as the most common entry points for thieves, is definitely the top concern on decisions about where to place home security cameras. With a front door camera, you could not only be alerted by visitors’ arrival but also know who they are through video images to ensure your home security.

It is a tough task, though, to choose from various types of cameras for the front door. To name but a few, the wireless or peephole front door camera which avoids destruction to your house; the motion activated one which sends you alerts whenever danger occurs.

Match your essential requirements with certain functions of the front door camera first, and the decision will be much easier. Let’s see how it works:

Burglar’s Bane: A Motion Activated HD Front Door Camera with Audio

Perhaps you are often on business trips, and your house will be empty for several days or even months. Maybe your grand house is too tempting for burglars, making it their next target. In either case, a motion activated front door camera with audio is recommended and do make sure the camera gains excellent night vision and high resolution.

An exterior front door camera already comes as a deterrence to vandals. With front door motion camera, you will receive real-time push notifications and snapshots immediately if anyone tries to break into your house. And thanks to the front door camera with audio, you can warn the burglar verbally instead of doing nothing while you are miles away.

Also make sure you get an HD front door camera – the one with 1080p and above resolution, to be exact, in order to identify the license plate and number. In that case, If verbal warning fails frightening intruders away, the picture recorded would be helpful to the police.

Reolink Argus 2 helps to protect your possessions in a well-rounded way: With 1080p HD resolution, accurate PIR motion detection, advanced two-way audio and more bonus features, this battery wireless front door camera catches every tempting burglar for you.

 Front Door Security Camera Reolink Argus

If you want a more comprehensive protection for home, a front door camera system is needed with an NVR for video storage. The large storage space (at least 1 TB) makes it possible for the round-the-clock recording and protection. Of course, make sure the front door camera is night vision enabled.

Kids’ Guardian: A Front Door Camera with iPhone/iPad Access

There are always occasions when children are left at home alone whether you are out for shopping or running errands. Just think about a possibility that a stranger comes to your house and your children could not tell who it is by a single doorbell or make the wrong judgment by pretended voice. If this is your concern, a front door camera with remote access through iPhone or iPad will be your right choice.

With Android phone, iPhone & iPad enabled front door camera, children will be able to get the live view easily and thereby distinguish the visitor before answering the door. Besides, pay attention to the design of the operation system, and make sure the front door camera app is clear and easy enough for children to operate.

More than that, the camera could also be a reassurance for parents. Parents could review footage remotely to see who has been to the house. You could also check whether your kids arrived home safely from school via your smartphone.

Basically, you can get the remote control with most front door IP cameras. If your prominent concern is to prevent your children from strangers and hold less expectation in other aspects, there are tons of choices for you. You may choose one according to your budget and the app user experience.

Note that it’s always more reliable to choose a front door security camera with a manufacturer customized app, like Reolink App on smartphone and Reolink Client on PC. And make sure the security cameras could be easily linked to the phone.

Reolink RCL-410 helps to protect your kids in an efficiency and economical way (only 74.99$).

Alos check the Front door camera Reolink RLC-410 reviews by TechHive: “Excellent performance, affordable price”

Front Door Security Camera

Life Manager: A Front Door Surveillance Camera with Audio and Speaker

Have you ever come across an embarrassing situation that the doorbell kept ringing when you want to sleep in on a pleasant weekend? Are you familiar with the dreadful feeling when you struggle to open the door and out there standing a salesman promoting their products? If your answer is yes, then the front door surveillance camera with audio and speaker is what you need.

The front door camera with intercom enables you to speak to the one coming up to your doors. Now, you can give instructions directly to the courier and send the salesman away through a speaker.

Not only does the two-way audio camera provide you a disturbance-free life at home but also at the workplace. The front door camera serves more like a monitor when you are away from home. You will now know whether the postman cuts across your garden from next door or walks up the doorway. Another piece of trifles gets off your mind.

Reolink Argus 2, two-way audio enabled and IP66 waterproof rated, helps to manage your life in a well-ordered way. With PIR motion sensor inserted in, it could also distinguish between human and pets, which reduces false alarms and alert you in real time.

Renter’s Rescuer: A Wireless Front Door Camera

Considering adding a front door camera to your house but hesitating at the second thought for the agreement with house owner? Now, a wireless front door camera could get you out of the dilemma.

However, when wireless front door camera is mentioned, there are two types. The Wi-Fi front door camera which still needs a wire for power, and the battery wireless front door camera which guarantees 100% wire-free.

Thanks to the wireless front door camera, you do not have to damage the door by drilling holes or get into troubles of routing cable. With careful placement, the camera could be covert and get out of the house owner’s notice.

Reolink Argus 2, the battery powered wireless front door camera, helps to provide you a secure life in a smart & peaceful way: It needs no wires at all to work and you are free to place and move it to anywhere you like.

 Wireless Front Door Camera Reolink Argus

DIYer’s Helper: A PoE Front Door Camera

Having wasted a lot of time waiting for installation of front door cameras due to the slow response of the security company? Have you ever thought of a DIY kit for your front door which could also save you a large sum of money? If your answer is yes to either of them, a PoE camera for the front door is a perfect fit.

Compared with CCTV cameras, the PoE camera breaks the limitation of distance. The signal will not weaken with the increasing distance like the coax cable. Compared with non-PoE cameras, the PoE camera reduces the number of wires with greater installation flexibility, and enables you to design your own security camera solutions. Real plug and play!

Reolink RLC-410 is the one that allows you to DIY your own security solution in a simple & efficient way.

Advantage of PoE Front Door Camera

Best Front Door Security Cameras

Want to realize the above all in one single camera?

Then you really should take a look at the Reolink Argus 2, which could satisfy your need for catching burglars, keeping an eye on your kids, managing your life well, and avoid drilling holes or any complex installation.

The video below from a real user might give you a glimpse of what you’ll get from the completely wire-free Reolink Argus-2 as a front door security camera.

If your front door has weak or even NO WiFi network at all, the 4G/3G cellular security camera Reolink Go is here for you. Running on cellular date, just like your phone, it can work independently and save your network bandwidth at the same time.

If you need a wired solution, then the Reolink RLC-410 will be a good choice, which could also achieve all needs you may have, including all mentioned above, for front door monitoring.

The Bottom Line

There could be all kinds of concerns that guide your choice, whatever it is, never forget to check the cameras’ warranty, especially when you get the cameras from the Costco, security camera agents, etc.

Another important thing that should raise your attention is the shipping fee if you are going to purchase from Amazon, eBay, etc. Whether you are in British, New Zealand, Canada, Australia or other regions, do check the shipping cost and add that to your budget.

Actually, some reputable brands, including Reolink, do offer 2 years warranty and free shipping worldwide to give you real cost-effective and worry free purchase.