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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

You also get free instant Cloud service so you can capture a snapshot of anyone coming into the camera’s view with a more precise motion sensitivity and grid placement you can control from the camera’s app to pick up motion in any area in the camera’s view you designate as important. That Cloud clip is crucial if the doorbell camera is vandalized. You will always have 7 days of Cloud backup to view that incident without the need of the SD card or any backup device. My favorite backup option for this special camera allows you to view and record the doorbell video right onto your existing security camera system. Other video doorbell camera manufacturers want to keep their cameras in a closed cloud system, meaning, they don’t allow the doorbell’s video streams to be recorded by another security camera system because that may deter you from possibly paying them a monthly fee to view your camera footage from their paid monthly cloud service which is really the bulk of their income. My sister has security cameras with the Ring doorbell added separately.

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14. View SiteSmoke and fire detectors are an essential part of your home or apartment. Their loud, piercing alarms should wake you if there’s a problem, so you and your loved ones can safely escape, or put out the fire. Smart smoke detectors go a step further, as they can send an alert to your smartphone if they sense something amiss. That way, if you’re at work, or out of town, you can call the fire department or a neighbor check on your house, to see if everything is OK. Another benefit of a smart smoke detector is that you can temporarily silence the alarm from your smartphone — so there’s no more trying to jab the Silence button with a broomstick after you set it off while cooking a steak. There's not a lot of choice when it comes to smart smoke detectors. Our favorite for a few years running is the Nest Protect. It's the most full featured alarm, blaring out a loud siren and telling you where the problem is. It works with a lot of other smart home systems, so for example it can turn on all your Philips Hue lights, making it easier to find your way out. However, if you don't want to spend more than $100 on a smoke detector—you should have several in your home—then check out the Roost Smart Battery.