"This security camera hides inside a floodlight"
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This security camera hides inside a floodlight
As you can probably tell from looking at it, Rings $249 front light cam is not your typical outdoor security camera.
So as you can see right away it has a built-in lighting element.
It basically replaces your existing front light.
Yes, hard wiring is required, so that's something you're uncomfortable with you might wanna Enlist an experienced friend or professional to help you out.
But it is a DIY project that should take roughly 15 to 20 minutes if you know what you're doing.
So, you replace your existing flood light.
It has built in 3K smart Flood lights and it basically integrates with the security camera that's built into it.
So, you have 1080p live streaming, you can ask into a monthly service fee for $3 per month or $30 per year, which gives you access to motion and audio based recording a clip.
And you can also enlist the lighting and the built in 110 decibel siren To act as a complete all in one security system for your outdoors.
If someone happens to walk by the 270 degree motion sensors, the light will flash, the siren will sound, and you can also use the two way audio intercom to talk to them and tell them to get off your property.
So again this model is $249 and it is available for pre-order now.
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