Ring Indoor Cam, Compact Plug-In HD security camera with two-way talk, Simple setup, Works with Alexa

Ring Indoor Cam, Compact Plug-In HD security camera with two-way talk, Simple setup, Works with Alexa

$59.99

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Last updated on January 5, 2021 11:50 am
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Compact plug-in indoor camera that lets you see, hear and speak to people and pets from your phone, tablet, or select Echo device.; Watch over your entire home by connecting one or multiple Indoor Cams to all your Ring devices in the Ring app.; Add a Ring Protect Basic Plan for $3/month and record all your videos, review what you missed for up 60 days, and share videos with friends, family, neighbors and more.; With Live View, you can check in on your home any time through the Ring app.; Easily setup your Indoor Cam by plugging into a standard outlet and connecting to wifi.; Place on a flat surface or mount to a wall with the versatile mounting bracket.; For added peace of mind, pair with Alexa to help you keep an eye on your home.

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  1. DS

    This ring indoor camera looks like a solid camera, and I can’t wait to receive my order to test it. I am giving it a 4 star for now and will update later based on actual usage.But based on the features that are described here, I think Wyze cam offers more value for rought 1/3 of the price. Wyze cam provides free on-camera A.I for person detection and free 14 days of cloud storage, which has great value.

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  2. Pete

     I am really impressed with this camera, and also own the Echo Show 5. The wide angle lens covers a lot of my living room. So happy I can monitor the activities of my 3 cats from the bedroom. Setup is a breeze if you have owned a Ring device. I also have the doorbell. ***** Highly Recommend this item as well as a great price.One thing that is a bit troubling is the volume on the cam does not appear to be adjustable and is rather loud and distorted. I have a support ticket in with Ring. Working smoothly with Windows 10 PC and also Android phone.

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  3. Finkledinkle

    Pros:CostDaylight videoEasy SetupCons:Hardware that comes with it will not mount into studs (screws too shallow).Power cord is a proprietary micro USB (plug recessed deep on the camera) so unable to use just any micro-usb plug.Night video has issues keeping everything in focus (blurry top of the screen)First and foremost, its a 60 dollar camera. The least expensive camera Ring has produced. I have the Doorbell Pro, and the floodlight camera watching the front and back of my house, so was excited to see a cheaper option to put one in my garage.The camera itself is incredibly small, almost the size of the ring doorbell itself. Setting it up was a breeze if you already have a Ring device. Took me 15 minutes to get the camera up and running and added to my existing Ring app.The video quality is on par with the other devices in the daylight. No complaints about that. The night vision however, seems like it has some issues. I’ve noticed that anything on the top of the screen comes off blurry and out of focus in night vision. I haven’t experienced that with other ring cameras, and may be due to mounting the camera high on the wall and it having an issue keeping everything in focus. I know they increased the viewing angles on this model, so it may also have to do with that. Its purely speculation, but it is a 60 dollar camera, so not a deal breaker for me. Its not like Spiderman will be breaking into my garage.The biggest negative on this device however (and why I took away a star) is the hardware. The mounting screws are far too shallow to get through drywall and into a stud. So they include the anchors for drywall, and you will need to mount this into the anchors. This seems like a huge miss considering most Ring devices account for this and always have included the appropriate hardware.The other negative is the power cord. Six foot is hardly enough to work with. With the camera being powered with a micro-usb, if you’re thinking “well just buy a longer usb cord”, that won’t work. The plug in on the back of the camera is far too recessed for anything other than the cord that it comes with. So unless you’re looking to use a typical 120 extension cable, make sure you’re planning on mounting this close to the outlet.

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  4. Cynthia

    I am very disappointed in the functionality of this product.Having indoor security is a great thing but I do not wanna have to give up all of my privacy to get it. There are plenty of reasons why a person may not want to be recorded inside their home. Currently, you have no options for turning off the cameras from the app.After more than half an hour on the phone with customer support, they made it clear that there was no option for privacy except for physically unplugging the cameras. This is extremely impractical. My cameras, for instants, are mounted up at the ceiling and need a ladder to access. I’m sure that I do not need to give you examples of all the reasons that this would be problematic, since I can think of a half dozen off the top of my head.Another possible partial solution would be restricting what information shared users can see. Currently there don’t seem to be any options at all about how much someone can see if you share your account with them. If they were option settings for sharing, I could decide how much they see. But there aren’t.I am still deciding if I will be keeping these new cameras or not.

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  5. 3rd Time is a Charmer

    I needed a cam to see the inside of the house when we are out. Decided to give this one a try since it was meant to be indoors.Pros:- smaller profile (I placed this cam next to the Ring Stickup Battery Cam, and an 8oz bottle of water for comparison)- easy setup (took a total of 2 minutes to get up and running)- two way audio had a delay, but still less than my Arlo cams.Cons:- initial lag. At least on my device, there seems to be about 2 seconds worth of feed that is “fastforwarded” before the stream stabilizes. Not a deal breaker, but the other ring cams I have do not do this.Overall, great product that fulfills a niche purpose. Cheap alternative if you need specifically, an economical indoor cam.

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