We highly recommend the Reolink Argus 3 Pro over the normal Reolink Argus 3. Its 2K video resolution, larger battery, and support for 5GHz Wi-Fi can even give Arlo Pro 4 a run for its money.
This camera uses a rechargeable battery or solar power, so you have a lot of flexibility about where to place it. Still, the camera doesn't have a removable battery like Arlo Pro 4 and Ring Stick Up Cam—you can't swap a spare in when needed. In our experience, the battery drains fairly quickly if you record or stream video often without the solar panel accessory.
While Reolink's cloud storage isn't as good as the options from our top three picks, its microSD card slot gives it a local storage advantage over Arlo and Ring. During our tests, we noticed that this camera lacks motion zones and has a narrower field of view (122º) than average, but it's still a worthwhile choice for most folks.
Its starlight night vision gives you clear images up to 33 feet without any extra ambient light. Overall we found setup easy and the camera outperformed our expectations, so we're big fans of Reolink. Read our Reolink cameras review to learn more.