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We’ve all seen how the proliferation of surveillance cameras help detectives identify suspects on TV police shows; today’s similar scaled down technology can help homeowners protect their home and family from the bad guys. With the ADT Blue Wireless Outdoor Camera, you can protect your home by mounting the device at an entry door and monitor the wireless operation on a cellphone.

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The good: The OnePlus 7 Pro is fast, has a neat pop-up camera and its triple rear cameras take fantastic pictures — all at $80 less than its closest Samsung and iPhone rivals.

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The good: The Galaxy Note 10 Plus delivers the premium goods, from a killer 6.8-inch screen and all-day battery life to excellent camera tools.

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The good: The water-resistant LG V50 has a big, sharp display, five cameras that take different kinds of photos, a headphone jack and 5G connectivity.

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iPhone dropped their iPhone 11 and 11 Pro, outfitted with updated cameras and flashy new colors, leaving users to decide whether or not they would upgrade for the minor new features it offers.

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Lastly, I’d love to add some gadgets to the truck. Things like a backup camera, a CarPlay stereo, and a tire pressure monitoring system would go a long way toward making this truck feel like a modern day vehicle.

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The vast majority of photos are taken by people standing up straight, holding a camera at eye level and shooting a horizontal image. By varying the height of your camera - whether by crouching, lying down, climbing a ladder or holding the camera high - you give viewers a new way to see an otherwise familiar scene.

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Automatic settings are getting smarter, and all cameras are getting better in low light. But if you're shooting a small, bright subject against a dark background (or something dark against a bright background), you may get a better result by shooting in manual mode, checking results and rejiggering accordingly. On most smartphones, you can tweak exposure by touching the screen and moving your finger up (lighter) or down (darker).

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With any camera, beginning photographers are often tempted to compose images whose dominant lines run straight up and down or are as flat as the horizon. But diagonal lines can give pictures depth and lure viewers.

Want to keep an eye on your home without breaking the bank on expensive smart home cameras? A trail cam, traditionally used by hunters, could be the low-cost home monitoring solution you’ve been looking for. Here’s why you should consider it to secure your property:

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