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The US-only Guardzilla costs $100.

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You can't do much as far as angling or rotating the camera.

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It does come with small adhesives that you can stick to the base of the camera for slight adjustments, though.

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Guardzilla has a 640x480-resolution camera that's equipped with nine infrared night vision LEDs.

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This camera comes with a 100-decibel siren, two-way talk, motion alerts and Android and iOS apps with a geofencing feature.

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When it detects activity, it will snap photos of the event rather than recording a video clip.

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