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D-Link's Omna security camera costs $200 (£160 and AU$260 converted).

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It supports local storage via a microSD card (up to 128GB, not included with the purchase).

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The Omna has a 180-degree field of view.

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It has a built-in motion sensor.

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The Omna also has a two-way talk intercom function.

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The camera also works with Apple's HomeKit platform.

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That means you can view the Omna's live feed in the iOS 10 Home app.

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You can also ask Siri the status of your security camera -- and the Omna's live feed will appear.

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