10 Best Wireless Home Security Cameras of 2024, Lab-Tested and Reviewed

Free video storage: Yes, using up to a 128-gigabyte microSD card (sold separately).
Optional subscription costs: Through a Eufy Security storage plan, you get 30 days of cloud storage for one camera for $3 per month (or $30 per year) or 30 days for up to 10 cameras for $10 per month (or $100 per year).

The hardwired Eufy Floodlight Cam E340 is one of Eufy’s dual-camera models. It has a 3K wide-angle camera and a 2K telephoto camera that are used together to give you up to 8x zoom. It’s also one of the few motorized pan-and-tilt floodlight cameras on the market, allowing you to easily check the camera’s surroundings. In our tests, this Eufy floodlight camera receives top scores for video quality and response time, as well as very good scores for data security and its array of smart features. But like most of the competition, it receives an unfavorable score for data privacy.

Like Eufy’s other dual-camera models, this floodlight camera packs a ton of features. The list includes local video storage using a microSD card (sold separately), monitoring zones, person detection, pet detection, vehicle detection, motion tracking to follow subjects as they move around your home, color night vision using the built-in 2,000-lumen floodlights, 24/7 video recording (not just recording when motion is detected), a built-in siren, voice and app control via Amazon Alexa and Google Home/Assistant, and support for WiFi 6 wireless routers.

A word about Eufy’s digital privacy and security: In November 2022, Eufy had a security issue where camera feeds could be accessed with a media player. The company claims to have fixed it. This follows a May 2021 security problem where Eufy users were accidentally able to access cameras owned by other users. The company said at the time that it was working to put additional safeguards in place to prevent such issues from happening again.