Lorex V261LCD-E 1080p Floodlight Security Camera
Lorex introduces Lorex V261LCD-E 1080p floodlight wifi security camera. How good is it compared with Amcrest ash26 and Ezviz Lc1c floodlight security cameras?
What this product does
Lorex V261LCD-E is a security camera that is equipped with floodlights in addition to a very bright light around the camera which is turned ON when triggered by motion detection, or you can choose manual or scheduled options.
This floodlight camera is powered by AC adapter; there are few models of wire-free security camera that are powered by solar panel. See best solar power security camera.
In some color night vision security camera models, you will find one or two white LED spotlights to add illumination around the camera so that the camera gets enough light to record in color night vision. For example Annke br200 or Reolink Lumus that comes with two spotlight LEDs for color night vision recording.
Unlike spotlight security cameras, floodlight security cameras have one or two arrays of bright LEDs to provide illumination up to 2000lm or 3000lm which generally have color temperature around 3000K, as equivalent as bulb light for living rooms and family rooms.
Lorex V261LCD-E is equipped with two floodlights consisting of 24pcs white LED arrays to provide very bright light with color temperature up to 6500K, a white cool color as equivalent as cool daylight. You may compare it with Amcrest ASH26 floodlight camera and the new model of Ezviz Lc1c floodlight camera which come with two arrays of white LED floodlights providing warm color temperature of 3000K.
With very bright floodlight light, this camera allows you to record in color night vision when the floodlight is ON which you can choose between 3 modes, triggered ON by motion detection, manual and schedule.
Lorex vs Amcrest vs Ezviz Floodlight camera
Today you can find similar products that have been around on the market from various vendors and two of them for comparison are the Amcrest ASH26 and Ezviz Lc1c floodlight camera. Which one is suitable to meet your business need?
The following two tables show you spec comparison table between the three products. Table 1 shows spec comparison table between Lorex V261LCD-E and Amcrest ASH26, while table 2 shows you for Lorex vs Ezviz floodlight spec comparison table.
All the three products are designed with the same 1080p full HD resolution and the same focal length lens that provide same wide view angle.
Above, we discussed briefly about floodlight cameras which have different color temperature between Lorex and Amcrest and Ezviz, where Lorex v261lcd-e provides 6500K white cool color temperature, the same color temperature as daylight. On the other hand Amcrest ash26 and Ezviz Lc1c come with floodlights with 3000K color temperature, rather warm color temperature compared with Lorex.
All the three products are equipped with the same brightness of up to 2000lm floodlights, very bright to illuminate surrounding for color night vision. In normal condition when the floodlights are not ON, all the three products provide B/W night vision when it is completely darkness.
The three products have the same resolution as 1080p full HD, appropriate enough for your home needs. You can put them in strategic places that require security system such as on the porch, driveway, or home shed and don’t have to worry about exposure to rain or heat because the three products are weatherproof.
Besides the floodlight, neither Lorex, Amcrest or Ezviz are equipped with sirens with slightly different loudness levels, Amcrest 110dB, Ezviz 100dB and Lorex doesn’t provide spec detail about siren. This siren can be triggered automatically with motion detection, or manual trigger remotely via your mobile device.
Besides that, the two way audio communication with built-in microphone and speaker is also the same, and the connectivity to the network is using standard wireless 802.11n @ 2.4GHz radio band.
Please refer to the following two comparison tables below to help you choose which floodlight security camera is suitable to meet your needs.
Table 1 Lorex vs Amcrest Floodlight camera
|Floodlight camera||Lorex v261lcd-e||Amcrest ash26|
|resolution||1080p (1920×1080) @30 fps||2-MP 1080p @ 30fps High Resolution, (1920x1080p)|
|Image sensor||2 MP 1/2.7″ CMOS||1/2.7” 2 Megapixel Progressive CMOS|
|Lens||2.8mm f/2.0||2.8mm f/2.0|
|View angle||137 degree diagonal / 114 degree horizontal||137 degree diagonal / 114 degree horizontal|
|Night vision||IR Night vision range up to 50ft / 15.2 m||IR night vision range up to 33ft (10m)|
|Minimum illumination||Color: 0.02 Lux B&W: 0 Lux||Manual 1/3s 1/4s: 0.0270 Lux@F2.0 (Color Mode); 0.0118Lux@F2.0 (Night Vision)|
|Floodlight||dual motion-activated Or manually, or on a schedule LED floodlights 2x 24 white LEDs array 2x 2000 lumens 6500K||2×24 white LEDs floodlight 2000 lumens brightness color temperature 3000K|
|Audio||Two way audio with built-in microphone and speaker||Two way audio with built-in microphone and speaker|
|Connectivity||802.11n @2.4GHz||IEEE802.11 b/g/n (2.4 GHz Only), 100m (328ft) Open Field, Internal Dual Antennas, 2×2 MIMO,|
|Local memory storage||1 x microSD Supports up to 256 GB||MicroSD Storage up to 256GB.|
Table 2. Lorex vs Ezviz floodlight camera
|Floodlight camera||Lorex v261lcd-e||Ezviz Lc1c|
|resolution||1080p (1920×1080) @30 fps||2MP (1920 × 1080), FHD Frame Rate: 50Hz @ 25fps, 60Hz @ 30fps|
|Image sensor||2 MP 1/2.7″ CMOS||Starlight image sensor|
|Lens||2.8mm f/2.0||4.0mm f/2.2|
|View angle||137 degree diagonal / 114 degree horizontal||Horizontal: 103°; Vertical: 57°; Diagonal: 121°|
|Night vision||IR Night vision range up to 50ft / 15.2 m||Night vision range Up to 82ft (25m)|
|Minimum illumination||Color: 0.02 Lux B&W: 0 Lux||Unspecified|
|Floodlight||dual motion-activated LED floodlights 2x 24 white LEDs array 2x 2000 lumens 6500K manually, or on a schedule||2x SMD LEDs 2000Lumen (+/- 10%) with 3000K color temperature PIR-motion activated floodlights|
|Audio||Two way audio with built-in microphone and speaker||Two way audio with built-in Omni-directional microphone and loudspeaker|
|Local memory storage||1 x microSD Supports up to 256 GB||Micro SD Card up to 256GB|
Among the three products Lorex v261lcd-e is sold at the most expensive price, and the cheapest one is Ezviz Lc1c. Please click the link below to shop on Amazon (#Ads).
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