This week we are very excited to announce the first Apple HomeKit Wi-Fi Camera – our Omna 180 Cam HD! We’re very excited about it, here are just a few reasons why…

180-Degree Field of View

Now this one’s pretty obvious but it’s kind of a big deal considering it’s the widest angle on any fixed camera. And when you compare it to the other guys who average out to a 130-degree field of view, it means you never have to worry about what you may be missing right off camera. The ultra wide view, with de-warping technology, allows you to see an entire room with a single camera, making home security that much easier.  


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With Omna, not only can you check in and see what’s happening at home from anytime and anywhere but with motion detection alerts you’ll always know when something’s up. The built-in microphone and speaker also lets you enjoy clear two-way audio, allowing you to communicate with family members or your pet as if you’re actually there. 


1080p HD Video Quality

When keeping an eye on your home or business, quality matters. Whether you need a shot of an intruder or you just want to screen shot how cute your pup looks curled up on the couch while you’re out (guilty), having 1080p video quality really makes a difference.


Plays Well with Others

Being the first HomeKit compatible Wi-Fi Camera, Omna works seamlessly with the rest of your HomeKit enabled devices. With HomeKit you can easily control and turn on lights, thermostats and sound alarms with the Omna motion detection feature. 


Responsive Local Recording

With the new Omna 180 Cam HD you also have the option of responsive local recording. With local recording you can record clips constantly or setup up recording to be triggered by sound and motion. Local recording not only keeps your footage safe but it’s also free. All you need is the camera and a microSD card, so you never have to deal with the extra storage or monthly fees that come with cloud recording options.


For more information on the Omna 180 Cam HD, click here