Keep an eye on your property, even when you’re not at home. These 2 Wire-Free Ring Spotlight Cams connect to your Wi-Fi and stream live HD video and audio. Using the Ring app, you’ll be able to talk and listen to anyone around, control the spotlights and alarm, and more.
Optional premium services
Includes live streaming for all cameras. Choose Ring Protect plans starting at $3 per month per camera or Ring Protect Plus to cover unlimited Ring Cameras for a flat rate of $10 per month.
Download the free Ring app
See, hear and speak to people or pets. The app works with any iOS or Android device, and lets you use Live View for on-demand 1080HD video and 2-way audio.
Adjustable motion sensors and infrared night vision
You’ll be notified when motion is detected, day or night. Plus, you can adjust the sensors to find the ideal setting for your home.
Spotlights and siren alarm
Take control in any situation. Manage the LED spotlights and 110-decibel alarm manually with the app.
Simple installation and battery pack
Everything you need to get set up quickly is included. Plus, the devices can be charged easily with the quick-release rechargeable battery pack.
Lifetime purchase protection
Ring replaces stolen cameras, so you’ll always be covered. You also receive a 30-day trial of Ring Video recording so you can save, share and review your footage.
Stay on top of local crime
Ring Neighborhoods lets you receive real-time crime alerts from your neighbors, so you can all work together to make your community a safer place.
I own 3 of these specific spotlight ring camera and love it. In day light it works great but at night it isnt bright at all. The night recordings arent very good without light and the light isnt very bright to help the camera out. Unless u have this low to the ground or add other lights around it to help light up an area at night, it isnt that effective. I mounted this by my front porch light so it does the job for my home day and night but again, If you have it mounted high, the light will not work well at all. In my back yard I added sensor solar lights that light up the area if anything is near so it supplements this ring camera to help get a better recording at night. The pictures show the camera at night without any light, during the day and at night with my other non ring solar porch light qith sensor. The ring cam caught a possum walking in our back yard. Without the additional light it gets really grainy and hard to see. I have the same driveway cam see day and night pics. Hands down, love the ring apps. Watch videos of the various settings. They also have a ring community where you can share info like "hey someone tried to break into my car" and actually share footage or just messages. U can see when someone reports occurrences in your neighborhood too.
Bought it since got a discount. I have two already installed and this would be the third. In addition, I bought the associated solar panel since I do not have to charge the battery. The solar panel keeps the battery at 100% charge. That has been my experience with the existing other two Ring security cameras. I really like the view that these cameras provide, especially when I am away from home.
Really nice, but the night vision dosen't work as well as the day at picking people up. I have a streetlight and at night it won't pick up people walking the road like the day. (Picture is nice though). But if they come 1/4 of the way in my yard it will pick them up. It may just be a settimg. It lets you make a fence it watches for. Also I have it set to go off, when it picks up people. Also it has a bit of latency by about 10 seconds to notify that there is someone there. Which may be my internet wifi coverage. Spotlight is bright, but if you really want to light the yard up. Then I suggest getting the camera with flood lights.
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Rated 4 out of 5 stars
It does it's job!
Owned for 1 month when reviewed.
We installed the spotlight camera in the backyard to watch people approaching the back porch and the said gate. It took a while to get it positioned just right to pick up someone entering the side gate. We also have a tree near the porch which was constantly triggering it from the wind or birds. After much adjustment we finally got it dialed in. The battery life in the spotlight cam seems shorter so we bought a second battery. It works good now, but we probably need to get a second one or mount it on a pole to get a proper view of all access points, currently there's a blind spot behind it.
I agree with the previous poster most issues in these reviews are people wanting something for nothing. You need to familiarize yourself with Wifi mainly. Almost every issue I have read in reviews can be avoided simply fixing your crappy wifi, Not getting alerts, black screen, pixelating, delays in recording etc. Just because the cam has some wifi reaching it doesnt mean a thing. Its outside and the average home's wifi is too weak. Unless it is 5-10ft away. I too had all the issues stated here until we had to replace our router. (nothing to do with the camera). The new router was installed closer to the camera then we had to add the camera and
this solved most issues. The videos are in color, and if installed properly not too high you get perfect facial pictures. If you have it pointed towards trees or plants you get too many alerts. The app lets you choose the alert frequency. Move the camera around, experiment. My cam is mounted aprox. 6ft high for clarity I will post a photo. Sure a bad guy could damage it but by the time they reach it the video is already saved to the cloud vs installing it higher out of reach but not seeing the bad guys face only an angled head shot.
Explore the app. You can set the camera to turn on the light at night when motion is triggered or not. It is very very bright.
I think the big issue here is the Ring Company not going into better detail in the installation. You def. need to check wifi signal for any wifi camera system.
Photo is a screenshot taken from Ring video at night with the spotlight . There is no additional lighting on. Motion zones set to 3/4 and installed at 6' high. (yes that is remainder of yard sale not put away yet lol)
Cons: The battery door needs to be re-designed. It is extremely hard to close properly. By design they say however it is a huge issue.
Cameras work great and I can network them in with the other cameras so if one camera is triggered the lights on all the cameras turn on. Yhe only problem is that the batteries dont last very long. Less than a day. Started to charge day and use at night
Very impressed by the range of space it covers, bought with the solor panel and I have it connected to a tree in my backyard. Don’t have to worry about charging batteries. I have to batteries installed. Will be buying for the fro yard next.
This is my first wireless ring camera, the setup was super easy (as always) and just like my wired cameras I get a great image and all the same features. I was in need of a camera to watch my kids clubhouse and hardwiring was not an option, I am very satisfied with my wireless camera.
1) I bought four of the wireless (battery version). So far satisfied with performance (some glitchy stuff, but seems to be settling out) -- but mostly because I intended to connect them to the AC power to keep the batteries charged, relying on the batteries if should the AC go off. To do that, I called your help desk and asked, what is the specs for the barrel connector socket on the back (needed to select an AC to 5V DC wall adapter with the appropriate barrel connector). First they asserted it was impossible (recommended the wired one), then after I pointed out the solar panel has to plug in somewhere, they denied knowing anything about the specifications for the socket on the back. Totally oblivious and unhelpful
2) I got out my calipers and measured and confirmed the barrel connector socket on the back is 3.5 mm x 1.35 mm -- so I bought AC to 5V USB wall adapters and USB to barrel connector (3.5 mm x 1.35mm) cables on amazon and they're doing a fine job keeping the batteries charged up.
A:AnswerWe purchased same 2 pack and it does only came with one battery for each camera and can use two if purchase another one. The batteries do not come charged you have to charge them up. It took 2 days for ours to completely charge up. We have had them up fo two weeks and still have a little less then 3/4 battery left.
A:AnswerMy first charge yesterday took approximately 6 hours using the usb wire and an adapter plugged into an outlet in the house. My biggest issue was getting the WiFi to connect to the Ring WiFi extender which was only 5 feet away from the unit outside. It finally connected but I’m not sure I could depend on it for Security. Hope this helps.
Your Floodlight Cam lights will turn on when motion is detected, however, you do have the option to manually turn your Floodlight Cam lights off and on through the Ring App. Additionally, our Floodlight Cam has a Night Vision feature which enables you to be able to see activity that is occurring at night without the lights on.
Kaitlyn R., Neighbor Satisfaction Specialist