Amcrest ACD2W Wifi Camera with Spotlight
It is incomplete that Amcrest introduced various security camera models so that’s why it complements new security camera model with spotlight that has been around widely available on the market today. Amcrest acd2w is the first Amcrest’s products with spotlight model.
This product is designed with a bullet model, wifi b/g/n connection single band @2.4Ghz and the good thing is that it is Onvif compliant so that it can connect with any third party Onvif NVR system in your wifi network. You may compare it with Arlo Ultra which can only connect to Arlo Ultra base station.
1080p @30 fps
It is unfortunate that Amcrest released its first debut in spotlight cams model that is limited up to 1080p resolution while Arlo, Swann and other few vendors have released similar models but with 4k resolution. But wait, Arlo with 4k resolution can only deliver frame rate of up to 15 fps (frame per second), this is because Arlo is specifically designed for wire-free (battery powered, no plug-in) so it does not allow the full real time frame rate @ 30 fps. While Amcrest acd2w provides full 1080p @ 30 fps real time. See also Arlo ultra vs Amcrest.
Amcrest acd2w supports night vision with excellent image quality and also features built-in spotlight that can illuminate an area as far as 33 ft (10m) at night with wide viewing angles up to 133 degrees (diagonal). Amcrest should also apply color night vision technology like in almost all the latest models of Lorex security cameras (see also Amcrest vs Lorex security cameras). Even Arlo Ultra and Swann have also applied color night vision to their latest series.
Besides the advantages above, Amcrest ACD2W is also equipped with other features that are almost the same as most WiFi home security cameras such as two way audio with built-in microphone and speaker, micro SD card memory storage up to 128GB and WiFi connection 802.11b/g/n.
For the full spec please follow the product links below including the current price and also the shopping link on Amazon.
- Wifi outdoor camera with 1080p resolution @30 fps, ideal for homes outdoor or retail stores
- Fixed 2.8mm lens with 133 degree wide field of view angle and 16x digital zoom
- PIR night vision with built-in spotlight up to 33ft (10m) and 110dB siren you can manually trigger or motion detection to scare away the intruder.
- Two way audio communication with built-in Microphone and speaker
- Built-in wifi adapter 802,11n single 2.4GHz band for wireless connection to your wifi network and Onvif NVR system, this spotlight cam is Onvif compliant.
- IP65 rated weatherproof for indoor/outdoor placement
- Available local micro SD card memory up to 128GB
With 1080p @30 fps and built-in spotlight and 110dB siren Amcrest acd2w is tagged with price around $89 in Amazon. You may compare with Arlo Ultra with 4k resolution and color night vision is tagged with the price around $270, however it cannot work without Arlo Ultra base station.
Amcrest vs Arlo Ultra
In brief we present a comparison table between Amcrest vs Arlo Ultra as shown below. The main difference is Arlo’s resolution which reaches up to 4k even though only @15 fps. The second difference is a very wide view angle offered by Arlo.
Another major difference is the color night vision on Arlo where Amcrest can only be black and white night vision. Besides that Arlo can only connect to Arlo base station, compare it with Amcrest which is Onvif so that it can connect to third party Onvif NVR system.
Table 1 Amcret acd2w vs Arlo Ultra
|Model||Amcrest acd2w||Arlo Ultra|
|Resolution||1080p (2MP) @30 fps||4k (8MP) @15 fps|
|Field of view angle (diagonal) / Horizontal||133 degree / 111 degree||180 degree / 150 degree|
|Night vision||PIR range up to 33 ft(10m) with built-in spotlight and 110dB siren||Color night vision with high powered Infrared LEDs (850nm) with IR Cut Filter|
|Audio||Two way audio with built-in mic and speaker||Two way audio with built-in mic and speaker|
|Local Storage||Micro SD Card up to 128GB||Unspecified|
|Onvif||Yes||No, connect only to Arlo base station|
You may also like Reolink wire-free security cameras, click here for Reolink vs Arlo wire-free cameras and see also comparison of various models of Reolink vs Amcrest POE cameras and Reolink vs Lorex ip cameras.
To support your business that requires large number of cameras you may consider Amcrest 32 channel NVR system kit or Hikvision. Click this Amcrest vs Hikvision 32 channel NVR system.