Illuminate and view 2K video with the powerful wire-free Arlo Pro 3 Floodlight Camera. The multi-functional wire-free floodlight camera cuts through darkness with brilliant LEDs, and an integrated high resolution 2K camera allows you to clearly view live video or recorded clips directly from your phone, with an included trial of Arlo Secure. The sleek design seamlessly integrates a robust security solution into your space. See more with a wide 160-degree field of view. Hear and speak to visitors clearly, with two-way audio. Customize lighting configurations to enhance security. Trigger your built-in siren remotely or automatically to ward off unwanted visitors. Protect your home or business with Arlo. Arlo Secure includes cloud recordings of video clips at 2K or lower resolution for 30 days. Renewal of an Arlo Secure subscription is required to maintain Arlo Secure features, including cloud storage.
For remote surveillance needs, this network camera is best suited
Can be accessed from anywhere; this wireless security camera is easy to install
Up to 2560 x 1440 resolution for surveillance in real-time
Accompanied by Pro 3 Floodlight Camera,Wall Mount and Screw Kit,XL Rechargeable Battery,Power Adapter,Video Monitoring Decal,Micro-USB Cable,Quick Start Guide
Comes with a 1 year limited warranty that proves that this network camera has passed high-quality standards in design, material, and workmanship
We have Arlo Pro 1 & 2 cameras at our house, and I was looking for a floodlight to add to the side of the house near our garbage bins because it's pretty much pitch black at night when I take the trash out. When I saw that I could pick up an Arlo camera with floodlight, I thought 'Great - a camera and a light!' In truth, the Arlo floodlight camera is a nice addition to our Arlo family, however there are some shortcomings that Arlo could easily fix.
The camera itself is fairly large and the light can get really bright. If you have other Arlo cameras, this thing is easily the size of 2 or 3 of them. The unit comes with:
- Floodlight Camera
- Mounting Plate
- Drywall Anchors and screws
- Rechargable battery pack
- Micro-USB charging cable
- USB charging brick
It's pretty much the all-in-one solution I was looking for. I was able to connect it with my existing Arlo base and camera set up fairly quickly. Out of the box, there was a firmware update that Arlo had available, so I used that time to connect the charging cable and charge the battery up as well. Arlo does make a magnetic charging cable option if you want to be able to essentially "hard wire" this camera up, but that option wouldn't have worked with where I wanted to mount it... not unless I paid an electrician to run an outlet nearby.
The hardest part was installing the unit - mostly because I thought I was going to be able to mount it to the brick instead of the wood trim under the gutters. At the end of the day, I check the screw lengths and they were long enough to hold the mounting plate in place snugly agains the wooden trim. Just be sure to check the clearance when mounting, because you could find your space a bit tight due to how wide the floodlights are on either side.
Once I had it up and running, I was able to go into the Arlo app and set up an activity zone. Something that Arlo doesn't make very clear is how to automatically trigger the light. I thought by creating an activity zone and setting the light to go off between dusk and dawn that it would automatically go off if it detected motion. True to Arlo's settings though, this camera works like their other ones - you have to have the cameras in an "Armed" mode in order for the camera to look for motion and then it'll trigger the lights.
You can manually turn on and off the lights from the Arlo app - but there again is where an unnecessary limitation exists. If you want to have that setting on for the floodlight camera to automatically turn on when it detects motion, you either have to make a custom mode for it, or have your entire system on "Armed". I fee like Arlo could've made a setting for this that allows you to engage the light while leaving everything else disarmed, but it's essentially Armed or not.
The video quality on the camera is quite good too - but that also depends on the strength of your WiFi signal, so your milage may vary. Overall, I'm happy with the camera. I haven't had it long enough to comment on battery life, but it's been up and running for about 4 days now and the battery is at 98%. I typically leave my Arlo system on a schedule setting, so it's only looking for motion during the night, so I'm sure that's helping save the battery life also.
While I had seen the Arlo floodlight cameras I didn't realize that they were battery operated like their other cameras. I had assumed that being a bright floodlight that they would require wiring so I hadn't considered adding one to my 4 Arlo cameras. While there are provisions that allow being plugged in or attaching a solar charger, I used the included battery. I checked that my WiFi would reach an oak tree near the street and installed this floodlight camera on that tree. It only takes 3 screws to attach the base and the camera mount just twists to lock on the base. Since I already have Arlo cameras installed, adding this one to the network was a snap. I set this camera up in the wide angle mode and it covers my entire front yard and more. This camera allows you to define zones where it will and won't record. I set the zone to exclude my next door neighbors driveway so that I don't get an alarm every time they come or go. Like the other cameras, you can listen in or have a conversation over the camera. There is a delay in the audio if you try to have a conversation but it works. The night vision is great and the bright light really lights up the yard (see the attached pics). There are a couple of things I wish this (and my other Arlo cams) did a little better. I wish they would begin recording sooner, and most of the time there is a delay between the time I get a notification and the time I can view the video. I love this camera/light and intend to install another in the back yard.
I bought this to put on a tree next to my driveway and its ridiculously bright. I have an arlo pro 3 and an arlo light already there which were bright but i wanted a wider more brighter solution so i got this. Check out the before and after pictures
This camera has excellent 2k quality and a surprisingly bright spotlight. It also has amazing battery life. I bought this for surveillance purposes and it paid off immediately. I was wondering why my squirrel-proof bird feeder was emptying so quickly. I mounted this camera, which is the 9th Arlo camera in my collection (5 Pro 2s, 2 Ultras, 1 indoor, and now a floodlight camera) to the side of my deck, and literally caught the culprit on video the very first night. See the picture. I highly recommend this product.
Mounting it was super easily (once I found a spot that wasn't a dead zone). Setting it up is like any other camera, very easy. The day time video quality is great. The night vision is not as good, but still pretty good; better than my essential spotlight cameras. The light is very impressive.
Arlo - Pro 3 Indoor/Outdoor Wire-Free 2K HDR Floodlight Camera
Arlo’s Floodlight (emphasis on LIGHT) security camera is part of a very complete system with the capability of local storage, subscription and all types of other security devices available. In a competitive market for security cameras, Arlo offers a very useful mix of desirable features and great performance for this and its other devices. I’ve got other examples from several manufactures around my house, but this Arlo makes perhaps the boldest statement, aiming for “bleeding edge” parameters.
A very high resolution (not 4k, but 2k) for a security camera ….. and you can see it in the images. These are very detailed movie clips live or recorded. Very wide angle of view which can be narrowed for a more typical image layout. But: You can (and may) need to sacrifice resolution if you don’t have adequate Wi-Fi bandwidth and/or the camera is mounted at a great distance from a Wi-Fi node.
Very strong W-Fi (with long range connectivity). The camera linked to my Wi-Fi network without difficulty just about anywhere around my house.
Motion activation is flexible, easily modified in the App. In fact, there is almost nothing that can’t be adjusted: brightness, trigger sensitivity, field of view, duration of lighting (within 1 - 20 minutes), etc.
Easy-to-use phone App is remarkably fuss-free, with good in-App support, to connect.
Manual light control from phone App to extract even more or less brightness. Very very high light output when triggered by an event. But: Be kind to your neighbors.
Wall attachment is easy with a nicely designed mount that can be easily released (twisted off). If you choose to rely on battery power and not the magnetic extension cable, this is important. The camera is front heavy, so you want it to be securely attached. You can press a button to release the housing for access to the battery.
CONS: (Yeah, it’s mostly about which features are available without the need for a subscription.) Sorting out the mix of features which require a subscription and what accessories will or won’t do depending on the subscription is a bit off-putting for a new owner.
SUMMARY: The stand-alone Arlo - Pro 3 Indoor/Outdoor Wire-Free 2K HDR Floodlight Camera is full of useful features simply used as a stand alone device. Adding it to a whole system and/or using an Arlo subscription is worth the cost, but accessories can get costly. I’m going to use it as a stand alone security flood-light camera (at least until I get a sense of its long term performance). It’s a unique and special way to create your own security system.
This is an easy one, because I'm already have alro cameras. But I needed something for my new house, and I wanted an all in one. This did the trick. See pics. Light comes on with motion, and is very bright. Night visions is solid. You can adjust the brightness levels too, it's awesome. Just by it, you'll love it too.
The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about design and usability. Editors are less positive about price. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 93/100 = Excellent quality.
Arlo put the best parts of its battery-powered security cameras into this easy-to-recommend floodlight.Arlo put the best parts of its battery-powered security cameras into this easy-to-recommend floodlight.
Tom's GuideRating, 3 out of 53.0Sally Wiener Grotta on March 8, 2021
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A:AnswerThis camera will output up to 2000 lumens on battery power. If you purchase and use the optional outdoors magnetic charging cable it can output up to 3000 lumens. The LED color temperature is 4000 Kelvin.
A:AnswerThe floodlight is engineered to detect motion within its 130-degree H FOV up to 23 feet. Arlo Pro 3 supports 2K video and HDR. 2K means you can see more details in every image, even when zoomed in, allowing users to capture more details that matter to them. HDR solves the problem of over exposed or under exposed images in a scene where there is both an extremely bright and extremely dark scene in the same picture. Arlo Pro 3 Floodlight Camera automatically determines when HDR should be utilized and is even optimized for outdoor usage.^KN