Guardzilla 360 review

The $230 Guardzilla 360 indoor security camera sees everything in a room at the same time. Set it on a flat surface, plug it in, configure it using the free mobile app and suddenly you can view a live 360-degree video feed and watch saved 360-degree motion clips. Gone are the days of panning to capture activity or fighting against the limitations of a fixed-angle lens.

It’s also a self-contained security system with an integrated siren, arm and disarm capabilities and optional professional monitoring.

The camera’s ability to see 360 degrees is a big deal, but many folks use a livestreaming camera for a specific purpose — to watch an entryway, to monitor a sleeping baby. They don’t actually need to see every possible vantage point and likely won’t want to spend more for that feature. The Guardzilla app is also in desperate need of a redesign. It’s outdated, clunky and generally uncooperative.

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