If you already have a Google ecosystem at home and like the voice-activated Google Assistant or have a Nest Hub to control your smart devices, the Google cameras will sync in seamlessly into your home. Google cameras do require a subscription to unlock all of their features, but you still get their basic features subscription-free. Right now, Amazon has a sale on four Google security cameras for up to $80 off. This sale is my favorite Amazon deal of the day and is perfect for people who want to stay within the Google ecosystem.

Google Nest Doorbell

The wireless Google Nest Doorbell is the classic video doorbell. This one is battery powered, so the installation is as easy as setting up the bracket on your wall and clipping the camera to it. The trade-off is that you’ll need to recharge the camera every two and a half months, approximately (depending on your use). The battery version doesn’t connect to your chime since it is wireless, so you’ll depend on phone notifications (or Google Home speakers if you have them). The Nest Doorbell got a “good” review from PCMag, and you can read more about its specs there. You can get one for $129.99 (originally $179.99), which is its second lowest price according to price-checking tools.

Google Nest Security Cam

If you need an indoor camera, the wired Google Nest Security Cam is on sale for $69.99 (originally $99.99), the lowest price this camera has been, according to price-checking tools. This camera gives you a three-hour video event history and one-hour local backup storage as long as one hour in case your wifi goes out. It shoots 1080p HDR video, has night vision, can recognize faces (if you pay for the subscription), and has dual-band wifi connectivity. This indoor-only camera got an “excellent” review from PCMag.

Google Nest Cam with Floodlight

For those looking for a security camera with lights, the Google Nest Cam with Floodlight is available for $199.99 (originally $279.99) after an $80 discount. The floodlight camera is bright, with two dimmable 2,400-lumen LED white lamps of 4,000K. It received a “good” review from PCMag because it records in 1080p video and responds to Google Assistant voice commands. The ability to have voice commands is what sets this floodlight camera apart from most of the competition, and if you like having the Google system in your home, it’s your only option.

Google Nest Cam

The indoor or outdoor Google Nest Cam is essentially the Google Nest Cam with Floodlight, only without the light—and it’s battery-powered. You can get it for $129.99 (originally $179.99). The camera features two-way audio, records in 1080p resolution, has night vision and a 130-degree field of view. You can read more about it from PCMag’s “excellent” review.