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This $130 wireless security camera is only $45 today

The iPM World HD Panoramic WiFi Camera captures 1080p video and stores it securely.
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May 5, 2019
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Home security cameras have come a long way since their humble inception. It's now possible to keep detailed video recordings of every corner of your home with small, discreet cameras and without the need for sloppy sensors or expensive installations.

But, many home security cameras on the market are far from secure when it comes to their digital feed, and it's surprisingly easy for hackers to gain access to your cameras in order to spy on your family from afar.

The iPM World 360-Degree 1080p Wireless IP Camera closes this security gap by completely encrypting your video feed, and it's available for 65 percent off at just $45.

Whether you're concerned about intruders or simply want to keep an eye on your pets while you're at work, this HD panoramic camera has you covered.

It offers complete video encryption that prevents third parties from gaining access to your feed, 360-degrees of HD viewing that allow you to see every corner of the room and infrared night vision that allows video to be recorded in the dark.

You'll be able to communicate with anyone in the room via an integrated microphone and speaker, and there's a special motion-detection feature that initiates recording in order to streamline the viewing process.

Give yourself peace of mind with this fully-encrypted iPM World 360-Degree 1080p Wireless IP Camera for just $45—65 percent off its usual price.

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