The Reolink Lumus delivers the best shots and, thanks to integrated LEDs, even at night in great colors. Today, we are going to check and test out Reolink’s first spotlight outdoor WiFi camera… The Lumus. This is the wired version of the spotlight cameras that they are rolling out. There is also a battery version of this which will also be released soon.

Reolink Lumus Review

Anyone who attaches great importance to top image quality can’t get past Reolink – whether for realistic colors during the day or a large-area infrared radiation at night. The Reolink Lumus security camera even goes one step further and brings its own LED light. Although this remains discreet, it also ensures very good color shots at night. And so that no movement remains undetected, a separate motion detector is integrated.

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Is Reolink a good brand?
With an intuitive app, plenty of customization options, reasonable prices, and reliable equipment – all very crucial factors – we think that overall, Reolink is a great option to consider for home security.

Reolink Lumus TEST

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We will do the unboxing, check out its features, set it up, check out the settings in the app and do the installation. We will check the article and audio quality day and night.. with and without the spotlights. We will then test this outdoor spotlight camera with a battery of tests and see if this is a WiFi security camera that will fit your needs.

Notable features of this camera that we need to check out:
– Spotlight brightness and the video quality at night when it is ON
– 4 second pre-recording ( records 4 seconds before motion has been detected)
– Motion Detection – it has both PIR motion sensing and pixel based detection

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