The EufyCam 2C stands out for its affordable cloud storage that costs around $10 a month for the multi-camera Premier Plan. It stores video clips for up to 10 cameras for 30 days, which should work for most folks.
There's no option for continuous recording, but you probably don't need it because Eufy's motion-activated clips work well enough for your home. Continuous recording and battery-powered cameras don't mix, so you'll want a wired system like Reolink if you want 24/7 video recording.
Eufy has some of the best video quality among security camera brands, and while this model tops out at 1080p resolution, its video is clear and full of detail. It even has a spotlight if you want color night vision—along with infrared night vision.
EufyCam 2C's local storage tops out at a meager 16 GB. Eufy says this is enough space for three months of video for a single camera. With the three-camera kit, you'll get a similar capacity to cloud storage. But each additional camera saps storage space, giving you less time to review older videos.
Overall, the EufyCam 2C is a great multi-camera system for folks that prefer cloud storage over local storage. It's more affordable than Arlo Essential Spotlight, and the charge-and-play wire-free installation keeps it simple for most homeowners. Still, if you're more tech-savvy and don't mind running cables, a traditional wired system like Reolink is better for local storage.
Learn more in our full Eufy cameras review.