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The $100 DIY Guardzilla security camera looks kinda neat, but it has some problem areas.
The US-only Guardzilla costs $100.
You can't do much as far as angling or rotating the camera.
It does come with small adhesives that you can stick to the base of the camera for slight adjustments, though.
Guardzilla has a 640x480-resolution camera that's equipped with nine infrared night vision LEDs.
This camera comes with a 100-decibel siren, two-way talk, motion alerts and Android and iOS apps with a geofencing feature.
When it detects activity, it will snap photos of the event rather than recording a video clip.
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