Unique peephole door viewers include SitConSecurityUSA.com's Wireless Peephole Viewer + Record with a camera that displays and records visitors' images, the Beibeika peephole viewer with video doorphone, and Brinno's digital peephole door viewer with LCD panel display. Additionally, The Home Depot's video doorbell streams visitors' images to a homeowner's smartphone.
Peephole door viewers with video cameras enable a homeowner to see who is calling without putting her eye against the peephole. This can be especially helpful for wheelchair users or children who are unable to reach up to the peephole. The camera location also prevents intruders using a reverse peephole viewer to peer into the house from outside. The Home Depot's video doorbell acts like a peephole camera by streaming live images of visitors to the homeowner's smartphone via a free IOS or Android app. The homeowner can view the images on her smartphone from anywhere inside or outside of the house and can also converse with the visitor.