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Can anyone find it in white?
Also just to mention - yes you can schedule it to specific times, but if you want to "sleep" it, you can only select 30min, 1hr etc. If you have it somewhere where you have a front yard/driveway area and someone is at home when you are out, it'll keep alerting you and you have to keep snoozing it. Then if you snooze it, the person in the house gets no alerts if someone comes near the door. Not very well thought out, they have a long way to go with the software. Other cameras have facial recognition, I'm looking around at the moment for something better which does the job it's supposed to do, rather than sold as a brand name.
We had this, the video quality is terrible, you can't read numberplates or see peoples faces, so when you need it, it lets you down. Ring blame the wifi, but we'd set up a router right inside the wall from the camera, connected to 60MB EE 4G with 30MB upload. Still the signal was low, so I hung the router out the window next to the camera, still poor... So after many many emails with RIng, they replaced the camera and sent a Chime Pro, the signal was actually worst with their pro than directly with our router. It seems the camera struggles to broadcast a good enough wifi signal to stream the video. So what you get is not HD, especially after it's gone via their cloud. It looks clear at phone size, but try zooming in! Then compare with a HD tv lol! It's pethetic quality. The app is also very buggy, often live view doesn't load within the 30 seconds it records, you have to quit and reload it. Then the person who triggered the camera is no longer there. (Or has done something you could have stopped) The 2 way talk is not very loud and if there is any wind videos crackle quite badly, this was worst with the replacement. Great "fashion" item to alert you and make you feel secure, but if you need it, don't rely on it for evidence, you won't even read a numberplate.
I've owned this for about 5 months now and have to say I wouldn't recommend. The biggest issue for me is that as the videos are stored in the cloud, you have to wait for an event to be uploaded for you to be able to see it. If this is at 0400 in the morning when you're thinking someone is possibly breaking in, the 2-3 mins this sometimes takes is just too long. You can go straight to live view but all you know is there has been an event and now nothing is there so you worry until the video becomes available. The motion sensor is also not great, steam from my boiler, rain, snow, everything seems to set it off. I've pretty much given up on it now and just use it as a very expensive security light and backup to my EufyCam Cameras which show an event straight away and there is no monthly cost.