Kodak has a new surveillance camera to compete with Nest Cam

Google’s Nest Cam, previously known as Dropcam, is without a doubt one of the most preferred home monitoring camera brands. But Kodak doesn’t want to be left behind, and today it introduced an upgraded video surveillance camera as part of its CFH-V series. The new model, called the CFH-V20, features a 180-degree field of view, night vision and WiFi capabilities (including a built-in signal extender. It also comes with IFTTT integration, letting you pair the device with third-party automation apps and services, as well as lifetime one-day cloud storage that lets you watch any recording from the past 24 hours. Kodak’s V20 is available now for $150, which is about $50 cheaper than the Nest Cam.

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