Keep an eye on things with home security cameras, professionally installed by ADT

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We have you covered – inside and outside

ADT home security cameras and Google Nest are the next best thing to being there to watch over the things in your life you value most. Indoor, outdoor, and at your door, we have the security cameras that meet your needs.

Google Nest Doorbell

The Nest Doorbell* let's you see what's happening at your door and answer it from virtually anywhere. It knows the difference between a person, package, vehicle or animals, and alerts you when there is activity, so there's no guessing. It can even recognise familiar facesand tell you who's coming and going.**

*Nest Doorbell includes battery or wired options. **Some features, including mobile notifications, remote control, video streaming, and video recording require working internet and Wi-Fi. † Not available in Nest Cams used in Illinois.
Google doorbell security camera

Outdoor security cameras

The outdoor Nest Cam can tell the difference between a person, vehicle and animal, so you only get alerts for things that matter to you. HDR helps you see details in bright, high-contrast sunlight and night vision gives you a clear picture in low light and darkness.

ADT outdoor security cameras

Indoor security cameras

The indoor Nest Cam lets you greet anyone in your home, from almost anywhere. Talk to your kids when they get home from school or say hi to your furbaby while you’re finishing work using two-way talk. And, if your Wi-Fi goes down, indoor Nest Cam will automatically record important events for up to one hour in its local memory*.

†Familiar face alerts not available in Nest Cams used in Illinois.
ADT indoor security cameras

Outdoor Nest Cam with floodlights 

The Nest Cam with floodlight has LED lights and 180° motion detection, so virtually nothing will go undetected. You can  customize your lights for alerts on animals versus people so they’re only triggered when the camera detects important activity like an animal, person or vehicle.   


And with brightness flexibility, you can also decide how bright or dim the lights should be for different times of the day or night. Illuminate your driveway, garage, alley or back porch, and review footage to see who or what triggered the lights.

DIY HD doorbell, indoor and wireless security cameras

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FAQs about security cameras

What's the difference between surveillance cameras and security cameras?

You can break up surveillance cameras and security cameras into two categories: CCTV Camera Systems and IoT Camera Systems.

CCTV Systems are dedicated video surveillance systems meant to record 24/7. They can be analog or digital and use either DVR or NVR recording technology. These cameras allow you to keep an ongoing recording over long periods of time. Many CCTV cameras are meant to be noticed, so they are solidly built to let anyone know that comes by that they are being recorded.

IoT Camera security camera systems include video doorbell cameras, webcams and other cameras that receive data and send images through an IP network. These cameras are perfect for people that want situational awareness of what’s happening inside and outside the home. They are often lightweight and aesthetically pleasing to look at.

Do security cameras need Wi-Fi?

Wi-Fi is only one way to connect to your IP network. An ethernet connection is another way.

You can view both analog and digital systems live, regardless of the streaming technology.  How your camera connects to your network does not impact the application used to monitor and manage your cameras.


How do you power a wireless security camera?

Outdoor security cameras can get power through a wired connection that plugs into an outlet, through batteries, solar panels or a combination of these methods. If you choose a wireless, battery-operated camera, you will need to periodically change or re-charge the batteries.

It’s a good idea to choose a system that plugs directly into an outlet, since you’ll never need to worry about battery drain, or whether the camera is properly connected.

Do security cameras record all the time?

It depends on the security system. Some cameras can record 24/7, while others only record when they sense motion.