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This $130 encrypted security camera is just $45 today

Complete video encryption and a rotatable HD panoramic lens deliver true peace of mind.
StackCommerce
August 30, 2019
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Home security systems no longer have to be ugly monstrosities consisting of oversized cameras and widescreen TVs. There are plenty of relatively discrete home security systems to choose from these days, most of which offer a wide range of connectivity options.

But surprisingly few home security systems come with fully-encrypted feeds, which make it impossible for a third party to view the inside of your home. This iPM World 360-Degree 1080p Wireless IP Security Camera is one of the few discreet security cameras that preserves your privacy, and it's available for 65 percent off at just $45.

Perfect for keeping an eye on everything from your dog to your belongings, this minimalist cam comes with complete video encryption and an HD panoramic lens.

You'll be able to access your live stream from your iOS or Android phone, and even control the camera's angle right from an intuitive app.

This camera also comes loaded with infrared night vision, so you'll be able to keep an eye on your belongings even in the dark.

Don't settle for home security cameras that can compromise your privacy through unprotected feeds. This iPM World 360-Degree 1080p Wireless IP Security Camera offers HD viewing along with an encrypted feed, and it's available for just $45—65 percent off for a limited time.

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