The camera’s 180-degree field of vision is the widest angle of all the ADT cameras, and it has PIR motion-sensing technology and night vision. When it detects motion, or when the doorbell button is pressed, you’ll get a notification from the ADT Control app.
The nice thing about the ADT doorbell is that it works so seamlessly with the ADT Control app, so you can access all of your cameras, arm and disarm your security system, and answer your door all in one app. It’s handy if you have people who need to access your home when you’re not there, like dog walkers or house cleaners, because you can answer the door and turn off the alarm system so they can come in.
Then, if you want to, you can use the ADT Control app and your indoor ADT cameras to keep an eye on them as they move through your home.
Like the outdoor camera, the doorbell cam is built to withstand extreme temperatures and adverse weather conditions, but the rechargeable battery won’t charge if it’s any colder than 32°F or any hotter than 138°F.
ADT’s video doorbell camera made our list for the best video doorbells, but other favorites like the Ring Video Doorbell and the Vivint Doorbell Camera are also worth a look. If you’re up for a DIY doorbell, Ring is a great choice for its easy installation. We also like that you can customize its settings, like motion zones and motion detector sensitivity.