Brinks Cameras

Brinks may be one of the oldest security companies around at 160 years old, but they’ve evolved into a modern smart home security provider. Brinks security cameras are state-of-the-art and add a must-have layer of monitoring and protection to your home’s security system.
Updated Oct 13, 2020

Brinks Home Security Cameras

There are three types of Brinks security cameras: the Brinks Home Indoor Camera, Brinks Home Outdoor Camera, and the SkyBell Slim Line Video Doorbell. The cameras store footage online in the cloud. According to Brinks, “footage can be accessed at any time, and you won’t have to worry about hooking up DVRs or CCTV systems.”

Brinks Home Indoor Camera

The Brinks Home Indoor Camera is AC-powered and connects to an existing Wi-Fi network to send live-stream footage to your smartphone or computer. Video can be archived to view in the future. 


  • $199
  • 1080p video resolution
  • Night vision up to 20 feet
  • Field of view angle of 113° horizontal and 100° vertical

Brinks Home Outdoor Camera

The Brinks Home Outdoor Camera can be viewed by up to 10 users at a time. The superior recording quality can capture great details. Image adjustments like brightness, contrast, exposure, saturation and sharpness can be made.


  • $249 
  • Up to 1920p video resolution
  • Video motion detection
  • Field of view angle of 88°

SkyBell Slim Line Video Doorbell

Install this low-profile video doorbell near your door chime so you can see who is ringing your doorbell. It can also capture images. Set up this video doorbell easily through the smartphone app. It’s small and lightweight enough to mount nearly anywhere. 


  • $199
  • Up to 720P video resolution
  • Night vision up to 8 ft.
  • Video motion detection
  • Field of view angle of 180°

What Are Some Top Features to Look for in a Brinks Security Camera?

  • Night Vision

    A security camera should include night vision technology to properly capture movement and objects – especially when it’s dark since intruders will try to go undetected under cover of night.

  • Video Quality

    A camera should capture at 1080p HD or better to provide enough detail of what’s going on. Camera footage recorded at lower than 1080 pixels will likely result in grainy or blurry footage.

  • Field of View

    For a camera to monitor a room or area effectively, a wide-angle is key. But if it’s too wide, the image may be too small or distorted. The ideal camera angle view should range between 100 and 180 degrees.

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