A motion-tracking camera with a few extras that don't add up
Bypass the Swann Alert Indoor camera; its audio is very problematic, its video is soft and blurry, and its app is limited.
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Good video quality and intuitive software that covers the essentials makes the EzViz C1C our favorite budget home-security camera, despite its problematic audio.
Mpix has a lot to like, but in the end, it's a mixed bag that delivers generally very good photos but uneven software and print production.
Printque delivers good, sensible, creative software, and a lovely photo book and photo calendar. However, the quality of its photo card was a bit of a disappointment.
Go to Artifact Uprising for luscious quality and elegance at a premium price, but don't expect to exercise much personal creativity.
For budget-minded folks, Costco Photo Center offers the lowest prices for print products that are just okay.
Amazon Prints' software is hamstrung, its content is limited and its print quality is nothing special.
Minted delivers impressive, elegant, high-priced cards and calendars but doesn't allow for much creativity.
Shutterfly's standing slipped this year because of uneven photo quality and software annoyances, but it's still above average.
Avoid the frustrations and limitations of Snapfish's software and its disappointing print quality in favor of Mixbook's great functionality and attractive printed book, calendar and card.
Once again, Mixbook is the best overall online print service, because of its great software, reasonable prices, and lovely photo book, photo calendar, and photo card.
Don't be tempted by Walmart's comparatively low prices. The software is severely limited, and the printed products are unimpressive.
Frustrating software and average-quality print products make CVS Photo an also-ran that's easily outshone by Mixbook.
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