Lately, I have been receiving a lot of comments and emails about setting up a WiFi security camera through glass or through a window. They want to setup a camera inside the house overlooking the outside. My usual response is to recommend to them to get an outdoor weatherproof camera. There are a lot of reasons why somebody wants a through the window setup especially if you are renting in an apartment or a house that the landlord stipulated in your contract that you are not allowed to drill holes inside and outside of the house.
Today, I'll show you how to setup the Wyze Cam as the perfect WiFi security camera that can be placed near the window so as to look and monitor the outside. I'll show you also a light hack that you can use so that the night time footage from the camera will be glare free. Glare from the infrared lights when the camera is in night vision is one of the issues why I usually don't recommend a security camera to be installed behind a glass window.
These are the things you will need to make this security camera through the window setup work:
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