When it comes to remote video viewing, the choice between Bluetooth and WiFi depends on your specific needs. Bluetooth-enabled cameras are designed for short-range wireless communication, usually within 30 feet. They are often used for transferring data between devices or for controlling a camera remotely. However, their range limitations make them less suitable for remote video viewing.
On the other hand, WiFi-enabled cameras can connect to your home or office network, allowing for remote video viewing from anywhere with an internet connection. They offer higher data transfer rates than Bluetooth and are generally considered more reliable for video streaming. However, WiFi-enabled cameras may require a stronger internet connection.
Ultimately, the decision between Bluetooth and WiFi comes down to your specific needs and the level of security and reliability you require. For most users a WiFi camera will be a better solution: easier to set up, more reliable connection, and better range.