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Posted 5th Feb

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Enjoy the flexibility of dual power sources and endless placement options. All in a motion-activated camera that goes almost anywhere. With a connected solar panel and backup battery pack, Stick Up Cam Solar is your versatile solution for smarter security. Place it where you need it and monitor what matters, right from your phone.


Get non-stop power and protection in any weather. With just a few hours of sunlight every day, Stick Up Cam Solar will stay charged around the clock. No sun? No worries. Even in a surprise shower, the included battery pack has you covered with backup power.

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andypa105/02/2020 22:09

As an alternative check out …As an alternative check out https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07RT86V95/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 £43.99 and they give you a free indoor camera for the same price. I have one and it seems much better than ring, SD card rather than cloud subscription!Hotukdeals wouldn't let me post it as the seller has less than 100 feedback on Amazon!


Presumably this is battery powered or solar powered? Otherwise, it is no comparison to the post!
Edited by: "krishhh" 6th Feb
As an alternative check out amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

£43.99 and they give you a free indoor camera for the same price. I have one and it seems much better than ring, SD card rather than cloud subscription!

Hotukdeals wouldn't let me post it as the seller has less than 100 feedback on Amazon!
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Anyone have this that can recommend?
As an alternative check out amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

£43.99 and they give you a free indoor camera for the same price. I have one and it seems much better than ring, SD card rather than cloud subscription!

Hotukdeals wouldn't let me post it as the seller has less than 100 feedback on Amazon!
andypa105/02/2020 22:09

As an alternative check out …As an alternative check out https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07RT86V95/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 £43.99 and they give you a free indoor camera for the same price. I have one and it seems much better than ring, SD card rather than cloud subscription!Hotukdeals wouldn't let me post it as the seller has less than 100 feedback on Amazon!


Presumably this is battery powered or solar powered? Otherwise, it is no comparison to the post!
Edited by: "krishhh" 6th Feb
tomwenn05/02/2020 19:32

Anyone have this that can recommend?


I have it - located at the far end of the garden overlooking the patio and side entrance. I think it is good - the only downside being because it is at the far end of the garden, the WiFi signal is a bit weak. This would mean that the live feed opens up a bit slow. Yet to plug the solar panel - something I am intending to do.
andypa105/02/2020 22:09

As an alternative check out …As an alternative check out https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07RT86V95/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 £43.99 and they give you a free indoor camera for the same price. I have one and it seems much better than ring, SD card rather than cloud subscription!Hotukdeals wouldn't let me post it as the seller has less than 100 feedback on Amazon!


Ordered. Thanks
andypa105/02/2020 22:09

As an alternative check out …As an alternative check out https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07RT86V95/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 £43.99 and they give you a free indoor camera for the same price. I have one and it seems much better than ring, SD card rather than cloud subscription!Hotukdeals wouldn't let me post it as the seller has less than 100 feedback on Amazon!


This actually looks, very VERY gooooooood!, though I've not heard of the brand before, I'm assuming it's an ok brand though?.

On there it also mentions:

" Diversified storage solutions Images and videos can be stored on a Micro SD card (up to 128GB), saving the cost of a cloud storage subscription. However if you want the flexibility and convenience of a cloud service, Bullet Lite can also use our encrypted cloud storage service. Besides, you can also use NVR to save recordings."

I Googled what NVR meant, lol, and through there it kinda gave me some idea's, I'm wondering, IF via it's Wi-Fi 'option', where it's connected to our SKY broadband router, if I can I can then DIRECTLY connect it to one of my spare portable HDD's? (via USB connection alone, etc?), or ...

I have one or two spare 4TB portable HDD's that this would be PERFECT FOR!, if ofcourse, it actually could, or whatever?, lol.

Ps.
What's the free indoor one they give you like as well?, lol, thanx.


*** Edit. ***

Also, what's it's App like as well? (fairly decent?), or ... thanx.
Edited by: "amour3k" 6th Feb
amour3k06/02/2020 17:50

This actually looks, very VERY gooooooood!, though I've not heard of the …This actually looks, very VERY gooooooood!, though I've not heard of the brand before, I'm assuming it's an ok brand though?.On there it also mentions:" Diversified storage solutions Images and videos can be stored on a Micro SD card (up to 128GB), saving the cost of a cloud storage subscription. However if you want the flexibility and convenience of a cloud service, Bullet Lite can also use our encrypted cloud storage service. Besides, you can also use NVR to save recordings."I Googled what NVR meant, lol, and through there it kinda gave me some idea's, I'm wondering, IF via it's Wi-Fi 'option', where it's connected to our SKY broadband router, if I can I can then DIRECTLY connect it to one of my spare portable HDD's? (via USB connection alone, etc?), or ...I have one or two spare 4TB portable HDD's that this would be PERFECT FOR!, if ofcourse, it actually could, or whatever?, lol.Ps.What's the free indoor one they give you like as well?, lol, thanx.*** Edit. ***Also, what's it's App like as well? (fairly decent?), or ... thanx.


NVR is a network video recorder. It’s like a device that has a hard drive in it that can store video streams from cameras on the same network. The cameras can be connected via a wire or be wireless. Cameras like this are known as IP cameras. Hikvision is well known and popular brand. However the apps are less user friendly and there would be no end user support. These types of IP setups are more aimed at the DIY enthusiast and businesses.
krishhh06/02/2020 00:48

Presumably this is battery powered or solar powered? Otherwise, it is no …Presumably this is battery powered or solar powered? Otherwise, it is no comparison to the post!


Can anyone confirm? Is this wired?
Lefty06/02/2020 20:17

Can anyone confirm? Is this wired?


Not wired. Hence battery or solar. The solar panel has a wire that goes to the back of the camera - which is water sealed. Some people say that the ring solar panel is not good for the price and buy third party panels for £15 less.
Lefty06/02/2020 20:17

Can anyone confirm? Is this wired?


See the 5th picture. It requires power.
krishhh06/02/2020 20:19

Not wired. Hence battery or solar. The solar panel has a wire that goes to …Not wired. Hence battery or solar. The solar panel has a wire that goes to the back of the camera - which is water sealed. Some people say that the ring solar panel is not good for the price and buy third party panels for £15 less.


Sorry - meant the alternative linked from Amazon referred to in the post I quoted.
Edited by: "Lefty" 6th Feb
krishhh06/02/2020 00:51

I have it - located at the far end of the garden overlooking the patio and …I have it - located at the far end of the garden overlooking the patio and side entrance. I think it is good - the only downside being because it is at the far end of the garden, the WiFi signal is a bit weak. This would mean that the live feed opens up a bit slow. Yet to plug the solar panel - something I am intending to do.


That’s a downside of your WiFi, not the camera
andypa105/02/2020 22:09

As an alternative check out …As an alternative check out https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07RT86V95/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 £43.99 and they give you a free indoor camera for the same price. I have one and it seems much better than ring, SD card rather than cloud subscription!Hotukdeals wouldn't let me post it as the seller has less than 100 feedback on Amazon!


Not got this exact one, but a very similar one from Amazon. Can’t fault it- good quality video saved to SD card so no fees and notifications whenever something or someone is outside my house. Ordered for the back garden thanks
Does anybody know the length of the wire between camera and solar panel? I’d need to have them about 5 metres apart to get sun on the solar panel
Thanks for posting; we have added this to the Highlights section
LeeTheRed9606/02/2020 20:27

That’s a downside of your WiFi, not the camera


I agree - or downside of having a garden. There are ways around it apparently, really can’t be bothered
For some reason I read this as selfi-stick with solar panel
krishhh06/02/2020 20:19

Not wired. Hence battery or solar. The solar panel has a wire that goes to …Not wired. Hence battery or solar. The solar panel has a wire that goes to the back of the camera - which is water sealed. Some people say that the ring solar panel is not good for the price and buy third party panels for £15 less.


He’s on about the ring not the other posted.
Good price but don’t forget the monthly subscription unlike Blink.
If you watch YouTube comparisons I think the blink is slightly better for picture quality etc and you can get a2 pack for around £143.. still a good price if your already in the ring ecosystem.
andypa105/02/2020 22:09

As an alternative check out …As an alternative check out https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07RT86V95/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 £43.99 and they give you a free indoor camera for the same price. I have one and it seems much better than ring, SD card rather than cloud subscription!Hotukdeals wouldn't let me post it as the seller has less than 100 feedback on Amazon!


Thief steals your camera, there goes all your footage. You don't just get burgled but they take the bloody camera too.
This is much better than the doorbell one because you can angle it to avoid seeing the street and your neighbors.

So no GDPR issues etc.
Reiko906/02/2020 22:09

This is much better than the doorbell one because you can angle it to …This is much better than the doorbell one because you can angle it to avoid seeing the street and your neighbors.So no GDPR issues etc.


GDPR applies to businesses.

Surely the whole point of fitting a camera to your house is to see the street, and what the neighbours are up to.
its good when its working, just keep an eye for the wifi, sometimes after router reboot, it wont reconnect itself back on, battery- around two weeks in my usage, 5h to recharge,
Would the battery last long enough on the ring ?

Also, that Amazon link shows a wired camera ? Or is it solar ?
andypa105/02/2020 22:09

As an alternative check out …As an alternative check out https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07RT86V95/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 £43.99 and they give you a free indoor camera for the same price. I have one and it seems much better than ring, SD card rather than cloud subscription!Hotukdeals wouldn't let me post it as the seller has less than 100 feedback on Amazon!


This is not a wireless camera it needs power correct?
benlabi06/02/2020 22:27

Would the battery last long enough on the ring ? Also, that Amazon link …Would the battery last long enough on the ring ? Also, that Amazon link shows a wired camera ? Or is it solar ?


Long enough for what..doomsday?
andypa105/02/2020 22:09

As an alternative check out …As an alternative check out https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07RT86V95/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 £43.99 and they give you a free indoor camera for the same price. I have one and it seems much better than ring, SD card rather than cloud subscription!Hotukdeals wouldn't let me post it as the seller has less than 100 feedback on Amazon!


How do u get a free indoor camera? It doesn’t say on it
At a glance of the image, I thought this was a solar powered coffee mug
sean_millard06/02/2020 23:25

How do u get a free indoor camera? It doesn’t say on it


I can’t see it either
Ah just realised its wired. PITA for me
Ring? That’s the one that shares your personal data with Facebook. gizmodo.co.uk/202…ys/
Ah thought you just had to be a ring subscription to get the deal. Reading again looks like I need to be a ring protect. I was just about to buy one. Having second thoughts now.
Waldolf06/02/2020 22:21

GDPR applies to businesses. Surely the whole point of fitting a camera to …GDPR applies to businesses. Surely the whole point of fitting a camera to your house is to see the street, and what the neighbours are up to.


It applies to individuals if they film public spaces.

ico.org.uk/you…ed/
gov.uk/gov…rty
Reiko907/02/2020 09:44

It applies to individuals if they film public …It applies to individuals if they film public spaces.https://ico.org.uk/your-data-matters/domestic-cctv-systems-guidance-for-people-being-filmed/https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/domestic-cctv-using-cctv-systems-on-your-property/domestic-cctv-using-cctv-systems-on-your-property


If you’re primarily capturing your own property but happen to capture bits of neighbours that is fine. You will only get into trouble if you primarily capture other people’s properties or invade their privacy on purpose. Even then they’d have to go through several steps to enforce anything.
benlabi07/02/2020 07:05

Ah thought you just had to be a ring subscription to get the deal. Reading …Ah thought you just had to be a ring subscription to get the deal. Reading again looks like I need to be a ring protect. I was just about to buy one. Having second thoughts now.


Might be worth subscribing just for this order to get the discount. You can always downgrade after.
Thanks
Reiko907/02/2020 09:44

It applies to individuals if they film public …It applies to individuals if they film public spaces.https://ico.org.uk/your-data-matters/domestic-cctv-systems-guidance-for-people-being-filmed/https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/domestic-cctv-using-cctv-systems-on-your-property/domestic-cctv-using-cctv-systems-on-your-property


Nonsense.
What it's the actual law (Act of Parliament that states this? Where are the precedent cases where homeowners have been prosecuted?
Reiko907/02/2020 09:44

It applies to individuals if they film public …It applies to individuals if they film public spaces.https://ico.org.uk/your-data-matters/domestic-cctv-systems-guidance-for-people-being-filmed/https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/domestic-cctv-using-cctv-systems-on-your-property/domestic-cctv-using-cctv-systems-on-your-property


Hilarious
krishhh06/02/2020 20:19

buy third party panels for £15 less.


Can you provide a link? I know of these for the first gen stickup cams which use a USB connector but the latest use a proprietary circle one that also gives charging status (afaik).
Waldolf07/02/2020 10:58

Nonsense. What it's the actual law (Act of Parliament that states this? …Nonsense. What it's the actual law (Act of Parliament that states this? Where are the precedent cases where homeowners have been prosecuted?


Did you even read the links? It's all explained.

You wouldn't be prosecuted, the ICO would fine you.
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