The BC1 and the Nest Cam (battery) both have a 2 megapixel sensor, so they offer Full HD recordings at best. It is also impossible to select another definition from Google, which generally offers fewer video settings. The Mountain View firm also only offers black & white night vision, while Ezviz has provided, in addition to the infrared LEDs required for it, projectors allowing color filming even at night. An option that can help in the identification of possible intruders, since it will allow to know even the color of their clothes, in addition to seeing their faces.
Color night vision aside, both cameras are capable of delivering quality images. The BC1 is doing slightly better during the day, but the Nest Cam (battery) makes up for it with its infrared vision rendering a little thinner and homogeneous. We have also managed to identify someone up to 4 meters on his images, against 3 m on those of the Ezviz camera. Motion detection is also more sensitive at Google. A passage 9 meters in front of the Nest Cam (battery) enabled it to be triggered while the BC1 struggles to detect movements at 6 meters already with its PIR sensor.
Despite the additional options of the Ezviz BC1, it is therefore one more round that the Nest Cam (battery) wins here.
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