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3441277.jpgStanding watch 24/7. Rain or shine.

You don’t want a security camera that sleeps on the job, takes a rain check during a storm or makes your house look unwelcoming. Nest Cam Outdoor is beautiful, weatherproof and plugs into the mains power supply, so you never have to worry about dead batteries.

Alerts you when something happens.

You can’t always be watching your video feed. Nest Cam looks for motion and listens for loud sounds, like a boom or the crash of a window breaking. It can then alert you with a photo from the event, and can even save some of the pictures in the Nest app for three hours.

Talk & listen.

Nest Cam Outdoor has a built-in speaker and mic, so you can scare off a suspicious visitor when you’re out or ask the postman to leave your parcel at the door.

See what you’ve missed.

If you miss an alert, you can always see activity from the last three hours in the Nest app. So you’ll find out if someone was lurking on your doorstep and see a photo of them.
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Lats14/04/2020 10:25

Good now, thanks


Excellent, sorry about that
Is this subscription based...do you get any free recording???
Only I think 3 hours free but it is subscription based something like £40 a year /£4 a month for 5 days or 10 days is £8 a month /£80 a year or 30 days is £24 a month/ £240 a year
Downside is because it records 24/7 need to make sure your internet is not capped as it uses alot of data
Subscription based I pay £40 a year for 5 days worth of recording at a time. Really happy with the camera.
Edited by: "ChristopherWatkins" 14th Apr
Noob question here. Do people install these themselves, and if so how? Do you basically have to drill a hole through the wall?
andersh14/04/2020 10:51

Noob question here. Do people install these themselves, and if so how? Do …Noob question here. Do people install these themselves, and if so how? Do you basically have to drill a hole through the wall?


Yes. It is powered by USB C. You need to drill the hole, poke the wire through and plug it into a 3 pin plug socket. Really simple as long as you have good wifi.

Had three cameras for around 3 years now, and wish that I had gone Unifi instead.
Remember that you need to pay a subscription per camera to get any decent protection from these.
Has anyone used these at roof line? What’s the quality like. I have a nest iq at roof line and that’s good.

The Outdoor IQ is USB C. This older Outdoor version micro USB and unfortunately the hole needs to be quite big.
Subscription is currently per camera but in "early 2020" they are moving to a per home plan.
It seems like the power cable can be cut near to the plug, allowing a smaller hole in the wall, then reconnected? Anyone else done this?
mario99914/04/2020 11:18

It seems like the power cable can be cut near to the plug, allowing a …It seems like the power cable can be cut near to the plug, allowing a smaller hole in the wall, then reconnected? Anyone else done this?


You don't need to cut anything, it is detacheable.
bob_regis14/04/2020 11:28

You don't need to cut anything, it is detacheable.


How big is the end of the detachable lead? Quite often it's a fair bit bigger than the cable itself.

Edit. Just found this pic on Amazon, looks like it will need a 25mm or 30mm hole in the wall, if its possible to cut the cable only a very small hole will be required.

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Edited by: "mario999" 14th Apr
I have these, id stay clear until they drop the price of the nest aware which was meant to be first 1/4 of 2020
Great camera but they throttle them software wise so they can charge more money for the services
mario99914/04/2020 11:30

How big is the end of the detachable lead? Quite often it's a fair bit …How big is the end of the detachable lead? Quite often it's a fair bit bigger than the cable itself.Edit. Just found this pic on Amazon, looks like it will need a 25mm or 30mm hole in the wall, if its possible to cut the cable only a very small hole will be required.[Image]


Mine is much smaller. Plug end is this size, but the camera end is much smaller. Photos here: imgur.com/a/C…bmA


Ignore my original comment above, I seem to have got the models mixed up.
Edited by: "bob_regis" 16th Apr
bob_regis14/04/2020 12:23

Mine is much smaller. Photos here: https://imgur.com/a/CcfIbmA


Thanks. That's not too bad size wise.
bob_regis14/04/2020 12:23

Mine is much smaller. Plug end is this size, but the camera end is much …Mine is much smaller. Plug end is this size, but the camera end is much smaller. Photos here: https://imgur.com/a/CcfIbmA


That's a different model. The one on offer here is the older Outdoor with a big plug.
bob_regis14/04/2020 12:23

Mine is much smaller. Plug end is this size, but the camera end is much …Mine is much smaller. Plug end is this size, but the camera end is much smaller. Photos here: https://imgur.com/a/CcfIbmA


Hi @bob_regis, this is a different camera. You have the Nest Cam IQ Outdoor and this is the Nest Cam Outdoor. They have (amongst other things) a different connection.

The IQ is better and significantly more expensive.
Edited by: "smiffypro" 14th Apr
Gone for the iq cos of the too big a plug to out through wall . Also nest outdoor can be nicked magnetic base where as iq much better design
word of warning, these operate purely on WiFi which can be easily disrupted
I've been doing research on these cameras whilst waiting for the new Google Nest Aware subscription which will make them worth buying (£100/yr for any number of cameras).

Couple of pointers:
- You'll need a 20mm drill bit for the hole through the wall.
- The alternative is to get an electrician to wire into your mains but my local sparky declined due to the type of transformer they have (basically a pain in the ass to wire in).
- I would not advise buying through this store. Check out their trust pilot reviews. Lots of recent ones saying items not turning up, many think they've gone bust but still taking orders.
Edited by: "Spitroast2006" 14th Apr
I currently have oldish analogue cctv with shotgun cable... Could the power cable be used to power these somehow?
user123414/04/2020 11:11

The Outdoor IQ is USB C. This older Outdoor version micro USB and …The Outdoor IQ is USB C. This older Outdoor version micro USB and unfortunately the hole needs to be quite big.Subscription is currently per camera but in "early 2020" they are moving to a per home plan.


USB-A, not Micro.
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