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The $150 Video Monitor CFH-V20 is Kodak's latest security camera, available in the United States through Amazon.

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Detach the camera from its base to connect it to a USB-compatible battery pack (sold separately).

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This makes on-the-go access possible, wherever you have a reliable Wi-Fi connection.

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The CFH-V20 is equipped with a 180-degree field of view, night vision, two-way talk, motion alerts and free 24-hour event-based cloud storage via the iSecurity+ app, available for Android and iOS.

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You can also sign up for Smart Detection, a premium option starting at $3 per month that does a pretty good job of distinguishing moving people from other motion-related activity (although it isn't able to tell you who it's seeing).

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This Kodak camera also comes with an IFTTT channel. (Read how the CNET Smart Home uses IFTTT here.)

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That way, you can connect to the iSecurity+ IFTTT channel for all sorts of advanced home automations.

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