Following on from the Reolink Argus announcement is the new Reolink RLC-81MA.
I generally prefer the wired range of cameras from Reolink, and I personally think this is the niche they excel in, with very little competition against them unless you go from more expensive brands like Hikvision.
RLC-81MA – A 4K dual-lens PoE security camera that allows you to watch through wide and telephoto lenses simultaneously
- 4K 8MP Ultra HD
- Dual Lens, Dual View
- Person/Vehicle/Pet detection
- Spotlight colour night vision
- Two-way audio
The new Reolink RLC-81MA sounds a lot like the Reolink Trackmix, but it is a fixed lens, with one being a wide lens for a full view of the environment and then a second telephoto lens. Much like the Trackmix, this will likely excel in a raised or far back location, allowing you to see approaching objects, but the zoom lens can focus on a specific spot, allowing you to capture accurate footage from far out.
I don’t have much information, but Reolink is announcing a new lineup of cameras with a fisheye lens. They are designed to offer 6MP super HD images and 360° panorama to cover every angle. These compact devices are perfect for indoor use in stores, offices, warehouses, etc.
12MP RLC-1212A and RLC-1224A
These have been out for a while, but at CES, consumers can also see the 12MP cameras with Reolink's best technology: RLC-1212A and RLC-1224A. These two ultra HD cameras redefine the resolution of security cameras and help users identify more details easily, like human faces.