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Ring Spotlight Cam Wired. Black or white color. $169. Click "with Free Echo Dot" to get the Dot.

https://www.amazon.com/Ring-Spotl...B0756P26HL

Also $169 at Lowes. Thanks @Seuce.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Ring-Spo...1000329579
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There are generic solar chargers that work with the Ring cams?
yes, for any ring camera that uses a battery. i bought this two pack because it was slightly cheaper than buying them separately. https://smile.amazon.com/Spotligh...B07L8YD3MN
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Link to the sleeves?

https://smile.amazon.com/Frienda-...07CSJ3YTD/

there's probably some other companies that make them too. also available for the Wyze Pan cameras.
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It's embarrassing to use those around your house and let everyone know you're a cheap guy
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https://smile.amazon.com/Frienda-...07CSJ3YTD/

there's probably some other companies that make them too. also available for the Wyze Pan cameras.
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I got a few of the battery versions of spotlight cams last year at Home Depot for $78 each I think it was. Not sure how that ever happened because they didn't act like it was a mistake at all, talked to the manager and everything while picking up. I'll be waiting until they drop below $100 again to get a couple more. Picked up some generic solar chargers on Amazon too for cheapppp. Along with a couple Wyze cameras you can really secure a house at a reasonable price nowadays.
It was a price mistake. They allowed me to get 2 of 4 that I bought
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It's embarrassing to use those around your house and let everyone know you're a cheap guy
i live on a ranch, no neighbors around here and even if there were they wouldn't think i'm cheap. spend your money based on what matters, not what other people might think.
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When it says this is wired - does that mean the power source for this Cam is supply through a wired connection and needs to be plugged into an electrical outlet?

And, what about the WiFi connection - does the connection for the WiFi is through the Ring system or how?
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Amazon.com has Ring Spotlight Outdoor Camera (Wired) + Echo Dot (3rd Gen) for $169. Shipping is free. Thanks digThisXL

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Any deal on spotlight wireless with ehco-dot?
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When it says this is wired - does that mean the power source for this Cam is supply through a wired connection and needs to be plugged into an electrical outlet?

And, what about the WiFi connection - does the connection for the WiFi is through the Ring system or how?
For the Spotlight Cam, wired is just a power connection via a standard 120v outlet. The power cord is 20 feet.

It is wifi. You need to provide your network password to the app if I recall correctly.
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Ring Spotlight Cam Wired. Black or white color. $169. Click "with Free Echo Dot" to get the Dot.

https://www.amazon.com/Ring-Spotl...B0756P26HL

Also $169 at Lowes. Thanks @Seuce.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Ring-Spo...1000329579
Where is free echo dot at Lowe's? I don't see in the link you provided
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What? I thought full hd is the best and you don't need anything more than that 😉.
I guess if you really need to see squirrels or your neighbors in 4K... It depends on your use case. There will always be better models with more features - of course at a higher price point. It's like TV trying to convince you you need 8K.

Just like most PC monitors, 1080p is good enough for the most of us.
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I bought a RIng Stick-Up Cam wired (poe). I have this on the outside corner of my house. Daytime video and app features were great. However, at night, detection and overall video quality were not good. Furthermore, I have outside lights on the sides of my garage that were fooling this and keeping it from going into night vision mode. Either way, when I turned the outside lights off, forcing nightvision, or using normal vision with lighting provided by my outside lights, detection range was very short. Even when forcing night vision, if I was say 12 feet away and somehow it detected me, I could not even recognize myself.

I opened a support case with Ring. Their support is quite good. They sent me a RIng Spotlight cam wired to evaluate. I put it in the same location as the stick up cam. Nightvision had the same issue. Distance was a little better, perhaps detecting up to 9 feet for recording, but still very inadequate. The spotlight however would trigger when anyone was in the area, but unfortunately, this is not related to the detection used for video recording.

I ended up sending the Spot Light Cam back and keeping the Stick-Up cam. When I used my phone and app to talk to someone, it was better on the Stick-Up. Also, when you did a live-view, the Stick-Up was more instantaneous. I felt the Spot Light Cam timed out sometimes and didn't display unless I closed the app and re-opened.

I am probably going to move my Stick-Up cam near the front door area. It is under better lighting and I may want to talk to someone at the door.

Not sure what I am going to do at this point. Might try the 3 BlinkXt deal for $199 but I hate having to check two apps.
Very helpful response. I wasn't sure which was better between the spotlight but seeing how the stick up cam is newer, I feel like they added faster internals after reading.

I wish it had HDR though , as the spotlight has that.
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It sucks that the wire connection is not detachable. If you don't have an outdoor outlet then running the wire through the wall would require one to drill a hole big enough to fit the plug though.
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It sucks that the wire connection is not detachable. If you don't have an outdoor outlet then running the wire through the wall would require one to drill a hole big enough to fit the plug though.
Ring has a battery powered version for that use case. I've read the batteries last ~ 6 mos under "normal" usage... YMMV.
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It sucks that the wire connection is not detachable. If you don't have an outdoor outlet then running the wire through the wall would require one to drill a hole big enough to fit the plug though.
Cut the plug off. Push through small hole. Attach a plug.
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Nice, I wonder if my 10% discount will stack on?
Nope, and no dot either
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