Motion-Activated Security Cameras from Vivint
All three Vivint motion detector cameras use infrared sensors to spot movement and alert you immediately.
That's how long an El Paso sports complex went without a single vandalism incident—after fed-up staff installed a motion sensor security camera at the concession stand.
What Happens When a Vivint Motion-Sensing Camera Spots Movement?
Although Vivint cameras record around the clock, they become true security stars when they sense motion. By immediately sending live alerts to your Vivint Smart Home App and creating 20- and 30- second Smart Clips™ for later viewing, these wireless motion security cameras keep you quick and agile in the face of a possible home invasion.
For example, if your outdoor motion detection camera senses rustling in the backyard, it pushes a notification to your phone. If you see the alert in time, you can quickly check if the rustling is a neighbor kid retrieving a baseball—or a prowler who's about to get caught. If you don't see the alert in time, you still get something valuable out of it—HD video evidence to share with the police.
What's the Field of Vision for Vivint Motion Detector Cameras?
All three Vivint cameras have wide-angle lenses that slim down the invisible spaces where intruders may try to hide. Combine these wide fields of vision with built-in motion sensing technology, and even the most conniving burglars would likely be noticed and filmed before they could attempt to disable your camera.