Reolink Duo 4G Review – Dual 4MP cameras for 150° surveillance using mobile data

I have previously reviewed the innovative and quirky POE powered Reolink Duo. More recently, I reviewed the Reolink Go Plus, which is the 4G camera that competes with the Arlo Go 2. The Reolink Duo 4G is a sort of love child of those cameras. It has good potential for remote surveillance as you have … Read more

Reolink Go Plus Review – 2K 4MP LTE/4G Outdoor Security Camera with Person & Vehicle Detection

I reviewed the Reolink Go over three years ago, it was an impressive affordable alternative to the Arlo Go. Arlo recently upgraded their 4G camera last year with the Arlo Go 2 with some significant improvements making it like the Arlo Pro 4 but with 4G connectivity. The Arlo Go 2 still isn’t available in … Read more

Reolink Black Friday Deals – Reolink Go PT, Argus 2 and POE cameras get big discounts

Reolink Black Friday Deals – Reolink Go PT, Argus 2 and POE cameras get big discounts I have been a fan of Reolink in the past couple of years. I have reviewed most of the new products they have launched and I can’t think of any that I have disliked. Generally, they all offer excellent … Read more

Reolink Duo Review – A dual-lens multi-directional security camera with a 150-degree field of view, spotlight and human detection

If you see this review anywhere other than mightygadget.co.uk it has been scraped/stolen Reolink has released a lot of new cameras in the past year, and I have reviewed many of them. This has led to some of the reviews becoming a bit samey with recent launches offering incremental specification and feature differences from the … Read more

Reolink RLC-812A Review – Always on spotlight for colour nighttime surveillance

I have previously reviewed the Reolink RLC-811A, which includes a spotlight that switches on when movement is detected, allowing the camera to record in colour at night. The new Reolink RLC-812A is slightly different in that it has the spotlight on all the time during the night, allowing it to record footage in colour all … Read more

Reolink RLC-510WA Review – An affordable 5MP Wi-Fi security camera with person/vehicle detection

The Reolink RLC-510WA was announced back in March. Similar to most of the recent Reolink launches, the main feature upgrade here is the new smart object detection for people and vehicles, allowing you to minimise notifications and make it easier to find recorded events. The RLC-410W would be the likely camera this replaces, so you … Read more

Reolink Argus 2E Review – The cheapest battery-powered outdoor Wi-Fi camera on the market

Following on from the review of the flagship Reolink Argus 3 Pro, I have also been testing the most affordable option in the range, the Reolink Argus 2E. Priced at around £65 with no need for a home base, this is one of the cheapest brand name options on the market. Specification Video Resolution: 1080p … Read more

Reolink Argus 3 Pro Review – A great alternative vs Eufy 2C & Arlo Pro 3

The new Argus 3 Pro sits at the top of the range for the wireless cameras from Reolink. Compared to the Argus 3, you now get 2K video, and this is the first wireless camera from the brand to offer person/vehicle detection. Specification Image Sensor: 1/3″ CMOS Sensor Video Resolution: 2560 x 1440 (4.0 Megapixels) … Read more

Reolink RLC-811A Review – A 4K PoE camera with person detection spotlight, colour night vision & 5x optical zoom

Following on from my Reolink RLC-511WA review, I have been using the RLC-811A, which is the 4K POE model. It follows the same pattern as the previous model; this has a 5X optical zoom lens (not PTZ) with a built-in spotlight which will enable night-time colour video. It also includes the AI object detection we … Read more

Reolink RLC-511WA Review – A 5MP wireless security camera with spotlight & person/vehicle detection

Having reviewed a lot of the Reolink cameras, I have now got to the point where I am reviewing upgraded models from the existing range. I previously reviewed the Reolink RLC-511W in September, it was an impressive camera, and at around £80, it was a bargain. The 4X optical zoom it offered was quite unique; … Read more

Reolink RLC-822A 4K Security Camera Review – 3x zoom & wide angle make this superior vs RLC-820A & RLC-810A

Reolink is quickly padding out their smart detection camera product line-up. I have previously reviewed: 5MP Reolink RLC-510A 4K Reolink RLC-810A 12MP Reolink RLC-1220A The new Reolink RLC-822A is a 4K dome camera with the addition of 3x optical zoom. This additional feature incurs a small premium of £10 compared to the two other 4K … Read more

Reolink RLN8-410 NVR Review – An affordable 8-channel network video recorder with ONVIF support

The Reolink RLN8-410 was launched around three years ago, so this new isn’t anything particularly new, but with the growing number of POE Reolink cameras I have covered it made sense to see what the NVR was like. Even though this has been out for a few years, it still has access to the advanced … Read more

Reolink RLC-510A & RLC-810A Review – Smart human & car detection surveillance cameras with 5MP/4K

Reolink has finally joined the growing list of companies that offer an advanced smart motion detection technology enabling the camera to distinguish between people and cars. I have been a massive fan of human/car motion detection since I first experienced it with the Netatmo Floodlight Camera. Since then, other brands have adopted the technology including … Read more

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