Take a look at Amcrest cameras. Although we only use the wired version; we’ve had good luck with them. They may be a little bit above your goal price (by $10-20 for the 2K wireless ones), but I know our wired ones are sharp and have so far been very reliable - all currently powered via PoE.
We use the IP8M-T2499EW-28mm 8MP (4K) indoor/outdoor camera in 2K mode @15fps. Keep in mind, they should work with BC 2.x, I’m using the 3.x beta which currently has broken live view on the web page although using the application works great so I can’t completely verify the live view portion. Of our 30 cameras, we have 12 hikvision outdoor bullet cameras and 18 of these in place (with about 15 or 20 more in boxes waiting to be put up). I’m paranoid about security with cameras so they sit on an isolated VLAN and can only communicate with the NVR (which also acts as a time server to keep all of the cameras in time sync). I completely configured them off line. But I’ve tried these cameras on BlueCherry, BlueIris, Shinobi Video and NxWitness without any real issues (I’ll admit, NxWitness was the easiest to setup, but gets REAL expensive REAL fast; and as a school I have not been able to get that budgeted from my president)
Now, obviously I can’t comment on the wifi versions of their cameras - which I know you would prefer wifi - but I have a feeling their configuration software isn’t too different so once it’s on your wifi you probably can open a web browser to its internal web page. I’m sure there are some videos on YouTube demoing that type of functionality.