Ring Stick Up Cam Wired HD Security Camera with Two-Way Talk, Night Vision, White, Works with Alexa

June 11, 2019 - Comment

Watch over what’s important at home with Ring’s first indoor/outdoor camera with nonstop power. Stick Up Cam Wired sends alerts to your phone, tablet and PC whenever motion is detected, and it lets you see, hear and speak to people on camera from anywhere. Put it on a flat surface and move it when you

Watch over what’s important at home with Ring’s first indoor/outdoor camera with nonstop power. Stick Up Cam Wired sends alerts to your phone, tablet and PC whenever motion is detected, and it lets you see, hear and speak to people on camera from anywhere. Put it on a flat surface and move it when you need to, or mount it on a wall.

Stick Up Cam Battery will be available in December 2018.

Product Features

  • Monitors indoor or outdoor areas at home in 1080p HD video and night vision with a slim design that mounts almost anywhere
  • Lets you see, hear and speak to people from your phone, tablet or PC
  • Sends notifications to your device as soon as motion is detected
  • Lets you check in on your home any time with Live View on-demand video
  • Works with select Alexa devices to launch real-time video with your voice
  • Connects to the Internet via Wi-Fi or Ethernet
  • Comes with all the tools you need to install and set up your device in minutes

Comments

Anonymous says:

Beautiful Camera — Power Over Ethernet (POE) is the way to go! This device is a thing of beauty. I’m using the wired version which is power-over-ethernet (POE). Would strongly advise going this route. I have 6 outdoor stick-up cameras, three indoor stick-up cameras (all 9 POE) and one outside doorbell (wifi). I had been experimenting with a Lorex system over the past month due to the 4K cameras, but ultimately decided on this new stickup cam (which is only 1080p) but plenty good. Here are the reasons overall:Also, see pictures for…

Anonymous says:

Giving away personal information – no thanks If you want to use this product, the first thing Ring will ask for when you start the app is your address. That’s where I stopped. I don’t need to tell Ring where I live or any other personal information. Buried deep in their website they say they need to know so they can “find the right Ring neighborhood for you” but there is no method to opt-out of this requirement to create an account and use the device.

Anonymous says:

Easy setup, terrible night quality, bit unstable After many hours of research for a wired outdoor camera, I decided to go with this newly released Stick Up Cam. Installation and setup were simple. The app is very simple and not very flexible – doesn’t give you much of customization options such as adjusting recording time, night recording in color or b/w, etc. Motion detection seems to work well and notification is sent within 2 seconds of detection.The problem is the video quality. I don’t like the fishbowl effect of the video…

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