The WiFi camera offers two options for documenting your home or business. It's possible to connect wirelessly or wired. Most WiFi cameras don't need much software to download to your computer. There are, however, several things you should look out for in the software and the hardware of your choice. For instance, how easy is it to update and how good is the picture quality?

As with other non-WiFi devices, your decision of camera will largely depend on how you intend to use it. Many WiFi-enabled point-and-shoot cameras retail for quite a bit more than their regular plug-and-play alternatives, from as much as $300 on up. The top brands are Coolpix, Canon, Kodak, Minolta, Olympus and Pentax. Some of these brands are better known for their digital cameras and lenses, while others are recognized for their home or travel goods. Here's a quick rundown of what's out there:

Storage options for security cameras

With most of the major brands, you can buy either an SD card (which is compatible with most major cameras) or a memory card. Your memory card is probably going to be your cheapest option. Remember that your photos are only recorded for as long as they're on the device and then they're deleted from the memory card. This means that not only do you need to take lots of photos, but you also need to keep the memory card in a safe place. This is why you should avoid the low-cost (and often low-quality) motion detection and security cameras that use SD card technology.

Of all the security cameras mentioned in this article, perhaps the best WiFi camera is the dome camera. Dome cameras are most commonly dome-shaped, but they can also be square (or rectangular) and some even have a shape that looks like a half circle. These cameras work by using infrared (IR) beams to detect intruders. This works because these beams can penetrate most objects, although not glass or clear glass surfaces. If the camera has a high-quality infrared illuminator, you'll be able to see the beam even through solid objects like doors and windows.

The option to get a night vision security camera

Of course, if you want even better night vision then you should consider using actual night vision security cameras. These days these security cameras use an extremely powerful image intensifier. These can make any object appear as small as a pinhead. Also, if the object is black, it will still be seen with powerful intensifiers. These intensifiers are commonly found in HDTV security cameras.

Apart from the convenience that comes with having a wifi-enabled camera, many businesses and homes nowadays also use indoor wifi security cameras as well. There are many reasons why businesses and homeowners choose to go with indoor cameras instead of wireless ones. First of all, these kinds of cameras don't need to be plugged into an electric source just to work. Also, since they can pick up images via radio waves, they work well even in lower light levels. Lastly, since these cameras use infrared (IR) beams, they work well even in direct sunlight.

So there you have it; now you know which type of WiFi security camera is best for you. As the last hint, always keep a good memory in your pocket. Keep in mind that your memory will come in handy when it comes time to edit your pictures. Also, keep your priorities straight. Focus on getting the most for your money and always take excellent quality shots at the same time.