This Eufy floodlight camera consistently produces superior video quality to our other top picks. (Part of this is thanks to a 1920p resolution.) Our tester noted that clothing details and facial features remained clear far from the camera in daytime and nighttime lighting. (And its loud siren displeased the cat.)
We're big fans of the three LED floodlights on this camera, which clock in at an impressive 3,000 lumens. Not only can you adjust the overall tilt to point toward the ground, but the side panels also move to spread light around your yard.
You can also adjust the color temperature of the LEDs from warm to cool light. This makes Eufy more useful as a general purpose floodlight. Choose a cool temperature for improved visibility in security footage or a warm temperature for cozy light at your next patio party. Other floodlights produce only a single light color (generally at a cooler temperature), so they're less flexible.
A fancy camera like this isn't cheap. While $300 isn't bad considering the pan-tilt can cut the number of cameras you need, it's enough to put a sizable dent in most budgets.
There are just 8 GB of built-in storage, and it isn't expandable. We didn't come close to filling it up during a couple of months of testing in a backyard setting, but it won't last long in busier areas. Plus, Eufy's cloud storage doesn't cover this camera, so don't wait to save important videos to your phone.
Overall, the Eufy Floodlight Cam 2 Pro is a feature-packed option for folks wanting excellent lighting options and stellar video quality. It's expensive, but not overly so.
Learn more in our Eufy Floodlight Cam 2 Pro review and Eufy cameras review.