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Ring Spotlight Cam 1080p Battery Powered Outdoor WiFi Camera (White or Black) EXPIRED

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B&H Photo Video has Ring Spotlight Cam 1080p Battery-Powered Outdoor WiFi Camera w/ Night Vision (White or Black) on sale for $119. Shipping is free. Thanks Daskid & vize

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  • Ring Spotlight Cam 1080p Outdoor WiFi Camera w/ Night Vision
  • Rechargeable Battery Pack
  • Mounting Bracket
  • Screwdriver Handle & Bit
  • 5x Bracket Screws
  • Wall Anchors
  • Drill Bit
  • microUSB Charging Cable
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  • This spotlight cam captures 1080p videos w/ 140 field of view w/ infrared night vision sensors. Two-way audio enables you to listen and respond to those you are monitoring. - Discombobulated
  • Deal Zone offer ends tonight 2/13/20 at 11:59pm ET. This price beats our previous Front Page deal for the single camera by $10 (link) ~RevOne

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Ring Spotlight Cam 1080p Outdoor Wi-Fi Camera with Night Vision (Battery-Powered, White)

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I have two of these. They give you one battery, but it can take two. Mine last about 6-8 months between charges. That's with the spotlight feature enabled. It lasts about 3 months between charges with one battery.
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When will your system be available?
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Many people recommend EUFI, could someone chime in if you used both? Pros and cons?
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Appears like it requires premium subscription to view the playback?
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The thing should cost about $50. Cost much less on that and even make it. Profit margin is huge. Somebody can easily make a device like this for one third the cost and still making a killing. As far as cloud computing is concerned, why doesn't somebody set up devices where your cloud is a hard drive connected to your Wi-Fi USB port? Why use cloud computing? You just paying somebody else, especially for anything that automatically disappears like a video. Someone needs to make a decently priced version of this that can be connected to a Wi-Fi -based NAS for cloud storage .
How can you convince someone to watch your home , when you are out or not able to get onto internet to see your hardrive ??
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What's their return policy?
https://www.bhphotovideo.com/find...change.jsp
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How can you convince someone to watch your home , when you are out or not able to get onto internet to see your hardrive ??
Because a thief can steal a hard drive
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Re-chargeable so that you climb up a ladder to change the battery every couple of days or so Confused
I have two of these. They give you one battery, but it can take two. Mine last about 6-8 months between charges. That's with the spotlight feature enabled. It lasts about 3 months between charges with one battery.
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This camera can also use the solar panel.. I have one and haven't even thought about the battery since i purchased it. I have it on the fence facing the house in my back yard.
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I think a thief already stole someone's logic 😂
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The thing should cost about $50. Cost much less on that and even make it. Profit margin is huge. Somebody can easily make a device like this for one third the cost and still making a killing. As far as cloud computing is concerned, why doesn't somebody set up devices where your cloud is a hard drive connected to your Wi-Fi USB port? Why use cloud computing? You just paying somebody else, especially for anything that automatically disappears like a video. Someone needs to make a decently priced version of this that can be connected to a Wi-Fi -based NAS for cloud storage .
You can find cheaper alternatives from Amcrest, Laview etc. They usually claim higher resolution and may have ptz as well. In my (limited) experience with all those systems, the Ring ecosystem (we have the doorbell and two of these outdoor cameras) is the easiest to setup, has the least buggy software (haven't found any flaws yet) and is the most stable over time. Yes, it's $10 a month for online storage, but that covers all cams (can also cover a monitored alarm iirc(?)). Video quality is good and battery life is fine (months). An extra battery costs about $30 I think so definitely not cheap, but for about $15 you can get a third party AC adapter that plugs into the solar panel connection. Amazon has them, I'm sure other vendors carry them as well.

Anyway, you get what you pay for. In my experience, if you're willing and able to tinker, you can probably put together a comparable system for less. If you want convenience and something that works out of the box and is easy to expand, this is pretty good.
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I just returned mine back to Amazon. I thought it was too big.
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