Guide to our smart security cameras

Whether they’re outside on the front patio or inside in the living room or kitchen, cameras are the core of any home security system. Philips Hue Secure lets you choose how to monitor your home in real time — so use this guide to see which Secure camera is best for your space.

Smart Security Cameras

Lights. Camera. Secure.

The latest addition to our range of smart home security cameras, the Secure floodlight camera combines the best parts of Philips Hue Secure into a single fixture.

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Secure wired

Secure battery


Built-in light

Can be used outdoors

Can be used with desktop stand


Plugs in to outlet
Rechargeable battery
Wires in to electricity

1080p video

Live view

Night vision

Two-way talk

Sends motion-activated alerts

Supports light alarms¹

Supports sound alarms

View video history²

Requires Bridge

Monitor your home in real time

Monitor your home in real time

Get alerts sent straight to your mobile device. See what’s happening — as its happening — with a crisp, clear live view. Your Secure camera is home so that you don’t have to be.

Make it look like you’re home

Make it look like you’re home

On vacation? Just out for the night? Either way, a Mimic presence automation turns your lights on (and off!) automatically to make it look like you’re home.

Get end-to-end encryption

Get end-to-end encryption

Your privacy is our priority. By default, every Philips Hue Secure camera uses end-to-end encryption (E2EE). All video, audio, and snapshots are encrypted with a passphrase that only you have.

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¹ Requires a Philips Hue Bridge and at least one Philips Hue light (sold separately).
² Requires a Secure plan (sold separately).

*When a bulb displays "Up to" a certain number of lumens in its specifications, it displays the maximum lumen output of the bulb. It shows how bright the bulb can get at 2700 K (White bulbs) or 4000 K (White ambiance or White and color ambiance bulbs). Learn more about brightness