Every security camera with HomeKit Secure Video support in 2024

HomeKit security cameras are some of the best ways to look after your home and belongings, as they connect up to the Apple Home app, alerting you of break-ins or intruders. They all hook up seamlessly, giving you all the information and control you need from the comfort of your iPhone or iPad.

They'll also allow you to set certain automations. They could be activated when a HomeKit motion sensor detects something moving nearby, or a floodlight turns on when the camera spots something. There are loads of different applications for a HomeKit security camera, whether inside or outside your house.

There are loads of options out there, so we've put them all in an easy-to-navigate list so that you can find the right camera (or cameras) for you. Here are all the HomeKit Secure-Video-supported cameras you can buy right now.

Best HomeKit indoor cameras

Best HomeKit outdoor cameras

Best HomeKit doorbell cameras

Keep an eye on your home with HomeKit

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Adding a HomeKit camera is a great way to keep tabs on what is most important to you. Several cameras are already available on the market, including indoor, outdoor, wired, wire-free, and doorbells, so there is an option for everyone. We've reviewed almost all of the cameras on this list, so you can trust that you're receiving knowledgeable recommendations.

Logitech's Circle View is our favorite HomeKit Secure Video capable camera, thanks to its crisp 1080p imagery, built-in microphone, and easy setup without yet another app to download. This model's sleek design works great indoors, and weather resistance keeps you on top of the action outside of your home.

Are you looking for an outdoor wireless solution? The eufyCam 2C is a unique option that combines a floodlight with a high-resolution camera. Best of all, it runs on an internal battery that can last up to six months on a single charge, so you only have to top it off a couple of times a year.

Once you've got the security sorted, you can start looking at making some fun automation additions to your home too. Consider adding one of the best HomeKit light switches to your Home app setup for an inexpensive way of adding smart lighting controls to regular bulbs.

Do you need a hub to connect a security camera to HomeKit?

So you might actually need two, depending on the camera. For HomeKit, you need a HomeKit hub like an Apple TV or a HomePod. Then, you might need a seperate hub connected to the HomePod so that your chosen camera works with HomeKit. Whatever you choose, make sure you check if it needs a hub.

Christopher Close

Christopher spends most of his time writing and dreaming about all things HomeKit and the Home app. Whether it is installing smart light switches, testing the latest door locks, or automating his households daily routines, Christopher has done it all.

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