The Frontpoint Indoor Camera is the company’s most affordable security camera, costing around $100—cameras from SimpliSafe and Scout Alarm cost about the same.
Considering most competitors’ cameras start at $150 or more, this price is generally a good value, but not as low as the $60 indoor cameras from Ring and Blue by ADT.
As for the rest of the Indoor Camera’s features, there’s nothing particularly noteworthy beyond Frontpoint’s Video Analytics, which detect people, animals, and cars. But most other brands have similar software in their cameras now.
Thanks to its 113º field of view, 20-foot night vision range, and 1080p video quality, we think this camera is a good way to add extra cameras beyond the largest rooms in your home (which the Premium Indoor Camera works best for).