The best facial recognition cameras you can buy

Lynx Pro

Cnet rating: 3 stars out of 5 (best feature range)
The good: The Lynx Pro has free seven-day event-based cloud video storage (like the Lynx Indoor), built-in local storage, a weatherproof exterior, battery backup and integration with Alexa and Google Assistant.
The bad: The camera didn’t do particularly well at recognizing the faces we added in the app — or even at picking up on faces at all.
The cost: $150
The bottom line: Tend Secure’s Lynx Pro needs some work before we can recommend it as a fully functional facial recognition camera, but its other features are great.
Lynx Indoor

Cnet rating: 3.