One of the most glaring defects in modern security cameras is motion detection. However, this can be a large-scale benefit, often due to shadow loss or a leaf falling in front of the camera, also causing false alarms. The new Swan Xtreem Security Camera can help fight false alarms thanks to its true detect heat and motion sensing. By taking on heat signature, it can better detect the speed inside the house and reduce the number of false alarms.
On top of the more advanced sensors, the Swan Xrem Security camera has a battery life of six months. Long battery life means that users can set up the camera and forget about it. When the 13,000mAh battery starts getting low, you will get an alert, so that you can recharge it so that the camera can give six more months of life.
Two-way talk means that users can talk to visitors and listen to anything being said near the camera, while the 110-degree field of view gives you a clear angle of what the camera sees. It is equipped with 26 feet of far-infrared night vision, and provides a clear view even in the darkest night.
The portability of the camera is a major plus. Just screw it into any mount and as long as the camera is within Wi-Fi range, you can access the feed at any time. If you find that the situation does not work for you, you can simply unmount the camera and move it to a better location.
Subscription plans let Swan Xrem upload the rolling, 60-day footage to the cloud. You can access archived 1080p footage, as well as livestream from the Swan Security application on iOS and Android devices. Users can get a 100-day free trial of Secure + service plans to try them out. You can cancel at any point during the trial and never pay. Plans start at $ 5 per month or $ 50 per year.
Swan Extreme cameras connect with Alexa, Google Assistant and IFTTT for greater smart home integration. It includes a 24-month warranty and other special features. With the $ 180 cost associated with Swan Xtreem, it certainly plays in a crowded field filled with top tier players like Arlo, Ring and Google.