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Basically that means the Ring Cam disappears until you actually need it (save those times when I’m going out to BBQ and forget it’s active), and that’s the best possible UX design for a home security device.The extensibility available through connected service integrations like IFTTT also make this a very powerful device for advanced users looking to do more than just keep an eye on their property.Like any Wi Fi camera, you should leave your device plugged into wall power.We use your email address to send motion detection video alerts from your camera.If you have a cloud recording service subscription, it’ll save the video for later access and use.This is a key feature, especially if you’re using this as a security device in hopes of potentially saving evidence of a crime, so I’d go ahead and count that annual subscription in the overall cost.
You can also use Modes to toggle motion detection on and off across all your cameras, based on your Rules.
Total installation time for both devices, including software setup, was under 15 minutes – plus, there was minimal cleanup, and I came away with two handy new screwdrivers in the process.
The Stick Up Cam’s operating principle is simple: if something moves within its field of vision, it’ll alert you via the Ring app.
My installation was into a tall wood fence, so luckily I didn’t even need to get out my drill, but if I had, at least I would’ve had to go searching for the right-size bit to use.
Installing the Cam is simple, but installing the solar panel is simpler still – that’s because there’s no mounting bracket, you just drill it right into the surface you want it attached to with a top and bottom screw, also included.
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