Blink vs. Ring Security Cameras Compared

Searching for a high-quality security camera? Check out our detailed guide of two of Amazon’s best security camera brands – Blink and Ring.
Blink vs. Ring Security Cameras Compared
Published: 19th Dec 2023
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By Ricky Harewood

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Home security cameras are excellent tools to keep an eye on things around the house when you’re away. If you’re concerned about home security, they’re most likely at the top of your shopping list. But how do you choose between the many quality models out there?

For those who don’t want to spend a fortune on an electrical home security system, Wi-Fi-connected cameras can help. In this article, we’ll have a detailed look at the two industry giants – Blink and Ring. We’ll put the two competitors head-to-head to see which one offers more robust features and better value for money.

Without further ado, let’s dive right in.

Table of Contents

  1. Quick Comparison Table
  2. Quick Verdict
  3. Introduction to Blink
  4. Introduction to Ring
  5. Overview of Blink Devices
  6. Overview of Ring Devices
  7. Step-by-Step Comparison of Blink vs. Ring
  8. Verdict: Blink or Ring?
  9. Frequently Asked Questions
  10. Securing Your Home

Quick Comparison Table

Features

Blink Outdoor

Blink Indoor

Blink Mini

Ring Indoor Cam

Ring Stick Up Cam

Ring Spotlight Cam

Ring Floodlight Cam

Size

2.8 in x 2.8 in x 1.3 in

2.8 in x 2.8 in x 1.3 in

1.8 in x 1.8 in x 1.3 in

1.81 in x 1.81 in x 2.95 in

4.98in x 2.43in x 0.87in

4.96 in x 2.72 in x 2.99 in

11 in x 8.25 in x 7 in

Screen Resolution

1080p HD

1080p HD

1080p HD

1080p HD

720 p HD

1080p HD

1080p HD

Price at the Time of Review

$99.99

$79.99

$34.99

$59.99

$99.99 -139.99$

$199.99 – $245.99

$179.99 – $249.99

Battery Type

Two years

Two years

Non-Applicable

Non-Applicable

Rechargeable

Rechargeable

Rechargeable

Waterproofing

Yes

No

No

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Compatible Networks

2.4 GHz, DSL, Cable, Fiber

2.4 GHz, DSL, Cable, Fiber

2.4 GHz, DSL, Cable, Fiber

2.4 GHz 802. 11 b/g/n

2.4 GHz 802.11 b/g/n

2.4 GHz 802.11 b/g/n

2.4 GHz 802.11 b/g/n

Alert Types

Email, Push Notifications, IFTTT, Amazon Echo

Email, Push Notifications, IFTTT, Amazon Echo

Email, Push Notifications, IFTTT, Amazon Echo

Email, Push Notifications, IFTTT, Amazon Echo

Email, Push Notifications, IFTTT, Amazon Echo

Email, Push Notifications, IFTTT, Amazon Echo

Email, Push Notifications, IFTTT, Amazon Echo

Cloud Storage Ability

With Blink Subscription Plan

With Blink Subscription Plan

With Blink Subscription Plan

With Ring Protect Plan, for 60 days

With Ring Protect Plan, for 60 days

With Ring Protect Plan, for 60 days

With Ring Protect Plan, for 60 days

Continuous Recording

Not Available

Not Available

Not Available

With Ring Protect Plan

With Ring Protect Plan

With Ring Protect Plan

With Ring Protect Plan

Field of View

110 degrees

110 degrees

110 degrees

115 degrees

80 degrees

140 degrees

140 degrees

Livestream Capability

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Mobile App Availability

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Night Vision Ready

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Monitoring Type

Sound and Motion

Sound and Motion

Sound and Motion

Sound and Motion

Motion

Sound and Motion

Sound and Motion

Power Source

Internal Battery,

USB Power

Internal Battery,

USB Power

Wired, USB Power

Power Adapter

Internal Battery, USB Power, Solar Panel

Internal Battery, USB Power

Hardwired

Two-Way Talk Ability

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Warranty

1 Year Warranty

1 Year Warranty

1 Year Warranty

1 Year Warranty

1 Year Warranty

1 Year Warranty

1 Year Warranty

Web App Availability

Available

Available

Available

Available

Available

Available

Available

Quick Verdict

Blink or Ring, which home security cameras are the best?

Blink is better for those on a budget looking for standalone surveillance camera solutions with free cloud storage.

Ring is better for outdoor security and for those who could benefit from its various customization features, including enhanced monitoring, secure storage, and colored night vision cameras.

Keep reading for our complete guide on the differences between the two devices.

Blink is an Amazon-owned brand that specializes in compact and budget-friendly security cameras.

Founded in 2014 in Massachusetts by Immedia Semiconductor, this consumer electronics company stands out from the crowded market with its small battery-powered cameras.

This is primarily due to the company’s background in chip manufacturing. The folks at Blink know how to make devices that perform better using less power.

Amazon purchased the company in December 2017, thus becoming the owner of the two security camera brands: Blink and Ring.

At present, Blink produces three quite similar models of camera. One of the range’s strong points is a surprisingly long battery life of up to two years. Two AA batteries will power up your Blink device until mid-2022.

But don’t be fooled by the low price and long battery life. Blink security cameras produce high-quality videos, have pretty clear audio, and come with many customizable settings so you can keep watch over your property with ease.

Some additional features that set the brand apart are the local storage option. There’s no need for cloud subscription services, even though the company offers it.

All Blink cameras work with Alexa, Amazon’s intelligent home system. This means you get to view video feeds and receive motion alerts on your Echo speakers.

Introduction to Ring

Just like Blink, Ring is an Amazon-owned home security brand. It was purchased by the online retail giant in 2018 while valued at billions of dollars. Today, it’s one of the most popular intelligent security companies in the world.

Other than video security cameras, they specialize in video doorbells, home security systems, and alarms. In fact, Ring invented the video doorbell category for the market. What started as a front door digital eye service has quickly developed into a comprehensive security system that includes dozens of security products.

Their security camera system includes nine models of indoor and outdoor products. In addition, they are equipped with numerous features such as alarms, sirens, motion zones, etc. There are also both wired and wireless models.

It’s no wonder Ring is a top-seller when it comes to video security products. By purchasing one of their devices, users get a full suite of security products that are easily connected with each other. Ring showcases a level of control we don’t often see with its competitors.

All Ring cameras have 1080p HD video streaming, a two-way talk feature, night vision, app control, and motion detection.

The Stick Up Cam can be used indoors and outdoors, while the others (Spotlight, Floodlight) are outdoor-only cameras.

Blink Outdoor is an easy-to-use outdoor camera that is best for backyard, front yard, or driveway monitoring. The camera is wireless and can be positioned on a wall, ceiling, or even in a tree.

Blink Outdoor

There’s also a swivel mount that comes with the device that enables quick and easy set-up.

In terms of features, the Ring Outdoor camera is similar to the Indoor solution. The main difference is that the Outdoor version has the IP65 waterproof rating. This means your device will be safe from rain, snow, and dust.

The camera’s two-way audio feature lets you communicate with family members in your yard. The audio quality is pretty decent and doesn’t project human voices in a robotic manner, which is a drawback often seen in many competitors.

However, the audio can suffer in windy conditions. With no noise cancellation, adverse weather can interfere with a live stream.

The Ring Outdoor 1080p HD resolution is good enough for you to see details clearly.

However, the night vision is not the best. It tends to wash out faces, making it impossible to distinguish one person from another. Also, everything gets fuzzy once it’s more than 10 feet away from the camera.

The camera’s operating temperature is from -4° to 113° F. There’s also a handy feature that lets you set temperature alerts. If your yard starts getting too hot, you can take the camera inside.

The Blink Outdoor camera is perfect for those on a budget, as it’s one of the least expensive solutions available. It’s also great for its easy installation and flexibility.

However, this home security camera solution doesn’t have improved color night vision and doesn’t cover large areas. Some users may also find the inability of 24/7 recordings to be a downside.

Pros:

  • Sharp video
  • Excellent battery life
  • Affordable
  • Night vision gets fuzzy

Cons:

  • No continuous recordings
  • Limited video storage

Cost at Time of Review

At the time of writing, the one camera kit costs $99.99. Two-camera kits are available for $179.99, three-camera kits for $249.99, while the five-kit costs $379.99.

What’s in the box?

  • Blink Camera
  • Two AA 1.5v lithium batteries
  • Sync Module
  • Power Adapter
  • USB Cable
  • Mounting Kit (right-angle adapter, camera mount, and two #6 1 ¼” Philips head screws)

 

The Blink Indoor camera is similar to its Outdoor cousin. The main difference is that the Indoor version isn’t waterproof, and therefore it’s a bit cheaper.

Blink Indoor

Other than the IP65 rating, the overall experience doesn’t differ greatly. They both have the exact recording resolution (1080p HD), come with the same two-year battery life, and have the same settings.

This also means there are no wires when it comes to setting up Blink Indoor. You can place the camera on any shelf or in any corner of your home without worrying about cords.

This affordable indoor security camera comes with local and cloud video storage and can also send temperature alerts.

Pros:                         

  • Great battery life
  • Easy installation
  • No monthly fees
  • Affordable

Cons:

  • Relies only on Wi-Fi
  • No professional monitoring

Cost at Time of Review

At the time of writing, the one camera kit costs $79.99. Two-camera kits are available for $139.99, three-camera kits for $189.99, while the five-kit costs $279.99.

What’s in the box?

  • Blink Camera
  • Two AA 1.5v lithium batteries
  • Mounting Kit (right-angle adapter, camera mount, and two #6 1 ¼ “Philips head screws)
  • USB Cable
  • Power Adapter
  • Sync Module

 

This tiny, compact camera is less than two inches in size but is powerful enough to meet most user’s needs concerning home security. Plus, it’s relatively affordable.

Blink Mini

This device comes with the same recording and app functionality as the two bigger solutions.

Unlike the Blink Outdoor and Indoor, Blink Mini runs with a power cord. This means it has no batteries, which some users may prefer.

However, there are some downsides. The camera has reduced flexibility in terms of places to put the camera. You’ll have to place it near the power outlet, potentially having to string the outlet across the room.

Another downside of the Blink Mini is the potential long-term costs involved. If you’re new to Blink and want to purchase Blink Mini, you’ll have to pay $3 per month for cloud storage. This new pricing program started at the beginning of 2021. Those who already have a Blink camera (purchased in 2020 and before) will continue to have free cloud storage.

But regardless of whether you pay for the cloud storage or not, you’ll still receive alerts when something triggers the device’s motion zones, and you’ll still be able to see a live view.

Pros:          

  • Activity zones
  • Affordable price
  • Minimalist design
  • Infrared night vision

Cons:

  • Lack of audio detection
  • No local storage

Cost at Time of Review

At the time of writing, the one camera kit costs $34.99. Two cameras are available for $64.99, while the three-camera package costs $84.99.

What’s in the box?

  • Mini Camera
  • USB cable
  • Power Adapter
  • Mounting Kit (one click-on swivel mount, two #6 1 ¼” Phillips head screws)

 

Overview of Ring Devices

Ring Indoor

Ring Indoor is one of the most affordable home security camera solutions the comes packed with all the essential features. It’s also their first indoor-only camera.

Ring Indoor

Due to its small size, it can fit into almost every corner of your home. It also has a straightforward installation process, as it’s a simple plug-in device.

Just like other Ring home security cameras, this one has a 1080p HD video resolution, a two-way talk feature, sends motion-activated notifications, and infrared night vision. Also, the Indoor camera uses the same mobile app. You can follow the camera activities and check on recently reported events in your neighborhood with the Ring Neighbors app.

In terms of drawbacks, you need a subscription to record videos and view motion-triggered recordings. The Basic Protect plan starts at $3 per month, and you get a 60-day video history per camera.

Another drawback is that there’s no sound detection. However, considering the affordable price, it offers decent value for the money.

Pros:                  

  • Budget-friendly
  • Two-way audio
  • Sharp video
  • Motion detection

Cons:

  • 115-degree field of view
  • Indoor only

Cost at Time of Review

At the time of writing, a one-camera kit costs $79.99. You can get a two-pack for $139.99, a three-pack for $189.99, and a four-camera kit for $279.99.

What’s in the Box?

  • Indoor Cam
  • Indoor power cable
  • Wall and stand mount accessories
  • User manuals
  • Security sticker

 

Ring Stick Up Cam

Stick Up Cam is Ring’s most versatile product. It’s a home security solution that you can place either indoors or outdoors. It comes with feature-packed customization settings, and doesn’t break the bank. It’s also one of the most popular security camera solutions for under $100.

Ring Stick Up Cam

There are four options when it comes to Stick Up Cams. The Battery, Plug-In, Solar, and Elite. The main difference in these cameras is the way they are powered. They have most of the features you need to secure your home, including the 1080p HP recording resolution, color night vision, and two-way talk functionality.

The Battery version has a quick-release battery pack. The live feed is pretty crisp, and alerts arrive almost instantly after the motion. Overall, it’s a more than a decent camera for indoor or outdoor surveillance.

As you could probably guess, the Solar version is powered with solar energy, making it an excellent option for Ring users who live in sunny regions. Like other cameras, the solar version has customizable privacy zones and audio privacy so that you can focus on relevant objects.

If the Wi-Fi connection around your house is relatively unstable, you may want to consider the Stick Up Cam Elite. This camera can be powered via Power over Ethernet (PoE), so you don’t have to worry about losing your Wi-Fi connection or charging the battery.

Unfortunately, there are no free cloud storage options for Ring’s Stick Up Cams, and the devices aren’t compatible with Google Assistant and Siri.

The Stick Up Cams can operate at temperatures ranging from -5° to 120° F.

Pros:

  • Wire-free
  • Siren feature
  • No hub required
  • Easy installation

Cons:                                

  • Expensive
  • Video recording needs cloud subscription

Cost at Time of Review

The Stick Up Cam Battery price at the time of writing is $99.99 for a single cam, $199.98 for a two-pack, $299.97 for a three-pack, and $399.96 for a four-pack. The Stick Up Cam Plug-In prices are the same.

What’s in the Box?

  • One Stick Up Cam
  • Quick Release Battery Pack
  • Wall and stand mount accessories
  • Installation tools
  • A micro-USB cord
  • Instruction manuals


The Stick Up Cam Plug-In box doesn’t include batteries but comes with an indoor and outdoor power adapter.


At the time of writing, the Stick Up Cam Solar prices are $139.99 for a single cam, $279.99 for a two-pack, $414.99 for a three-pack, and $549.99 for a four-pack.

What’s in the Box?

The Solar version contains the same items as the Stick Up Cam Battery, except that it comes with a solar panel instead of batteries.

Finally, the Stick Up Cam Elite with the PoE Adapter prices are $199.99 for a single item, $369.99 for a two-pack, $529.99 for a three-pack, and $679.99 for four items.

What’s in the Box?

  • Ring Stick Up Cam Elite
  • Ethernet cable
  • PoE adapter
  • Mounting base
  • Installation tools
  • User manual
  • Security sticker

 

Ring Spotlight Cam

With the Spotlight Cam, you get pretty much the same robust features you can find in any other Ring camera: 1080p HD resolution, two-way audio including active noise cancellation, 140-degree field view, and affordable protection plans.

Ring Spotlight Cam

An additional feature is the ultra-bright LED light. These are highly customizable lights specifically designed to be noticeable.

Combining these bright lights with the motion-activated lighting, you’ll have peace of mind at all times, especially at night.

This camera is battery-powered, so don’t forget to charge it before installation. However, you can find the Spotlight Cam in other configurations as well: wired, solar, and mount. You may find the battery option to work best outdoors, but it’s always good to have alternatives if you don’t feel like changing the batteries.

A great feature of this camera is the siren. At 110-decibels, it’s sure to scare off any potential intruders, including animals.

When it comes to the operating temperature, the Battery Spotlight options can operate from -5° to 120° F, while the Wired options are a bit more robust. They can operate from -22° to 120° F.

Pros:

  • Easy to install
  • Two-way audio
  • Motion zones
  • LED lights
  • Wire-free

Cons:

  • Video recording requires subscription
  • Live video can lag

Cost at Time of Review

The Spotlight Cam Battery and Wired were priced the same at the time of writing:

A single cam costs $199.99, a two-pack is $349.99, the three-pack is $529.99, and the four-pack is $679.99.

As of now, the Spotlight Cam Mount prices are $249.99 for a single cam, $459.99 for a two-pack, $669.99 for a three-pack, and $849.99 for a four-pack.

Finally, the Spotlight Cam Solar prices are currently $229.99 for a single cam, $419.99 for a two-pack, $609.99 for a three-pack, and $779.99 four-pack.

What’s in the box?

  • Spotlight Cam
  • Mounting bracket
  • Phillips bit
  • Screwdriver
  • Drill bit
  • Installation screw and anchors
  • Cable clips

 

Ring Floodlight Cam

The Floodlight Cam by Ring is similar to the other models, except that it features floodlights. These lights help secure your yard at night, adding another layer of safety. If you need to keep an eye on the outdoors, this is one of your best solutions.

Ring Floodlight Cam

The super-advanced floodlights are motion-activated. They can even tell the difference between a person and an object.

The 1080p HD resolution is the same as other models. When it comes to the floodlights, each one has two 3000-degree Kelvin floodlights to illuminate your yard. Combined with the camera’s night vision, you’ll have no problems keeping a close eye on your yard in the early hours.

There’s a handy zoom feature inside the app and the same 110-decibel siren as other models that you can control remotely. Just to give you an idea of how loud the siren is, a power lawnmower produces 100-decibel level sound.

The camera is highly customizable, and you can turn off the floodlights if you want. The night vision feature will continue to pick up the presence of passersby.

The Neighbors app also works well with the Floodlight Cam, so you can share images of a suspicious person with your neighbors within a five-mile radius of your house.

Pros:

  • Two-way audio feature
  • 110-decibel siren feature
  • Motion-activated alerts
  • Robust lights

Cons:

  • Poor integrations
  • Subscription required to view recorded videos

Cost at Time of Review

At the time of writing, The Floodlight Cam Wired Pro price is $249.99. The two-pack option is $459.99, the three-pack is $699.99, while the four-pack option is $849.99.

The Floodlight Cam Wired Plus price is $179.99 for one item, $339.99 for two cams, $489.99 for three cams, and $629.99 for a four-pack.

What’s in the box?

  • Floodlight Camera
  • Mounting bracket
  • Screwdriver
  • Phillips and socket bit
  • Five bracket screws
  • Three wire nuts
  • Two cap nuts
  • A hook for hanging the camera when wiring
  • Instruction guide

 

Step-by-Step Comparison of Blink vs. Ring

Below, you’ll find a Blink vs. Ring features comparison, followed by a score for each category.

Design: Blink vs. Ring

 
 
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Winner: Ring

Both Blink and Ring are top home security market solutions, even though they feature some differences. Blink is an excellent value for money and only has two models. On the other hand, Ring has a broader selection of models, which means it has more features. It also has more advanced cameras.

For its diversity and feature-packed products, we proclaim Ring as a winner in the design category.

Price: Blink vs. Ring

 
 
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Winner: Blink

Both companies offer affordable home security products, which is their primary goal. Blink’s Indoor Cam is $79, while Ring’s costs $59.99. Their outdoor cameras both start at $99, but Blink offers free cloud storage to its users. Considering the more expensive long-term costs for Ring users for paid cloud storage, Blink wins the price battle.

Video Quality: Blink vs. Ring

 
 
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Winner: Ring

Ring security cameras all run with 1080p HD video resolution except for the Stick Up Cam. On the flipside, all Blink cameras have a 1080p HD resolution, giving Blink a slight advantage in these terms.

But when it comes to the night vision, Ring wins the race with the colored night mode included in some models. This feature is not considered standard, and Blink’s cameras still don’t have it, so the bonus point goes to Ring.

Video Quality

Professional Monitoring: Blink vs. Ring

 
 
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Winner: Ring

Ring is the only company that offers professional monitoring services to accompany self-monitoring. Their plan starts from $10 per month or $100 per annum without a contract. It’s one of the rare plans that include continuous 24/7 professional monitoring and an extended warranty.

At the time of writing, Blink only provides self-monitoring for its security cameras.

Warranties: Blink vs. Ring

 
 
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Winner: Tie

Both Blink and Ring offer good warranties and guarantees. Their cameras come with a one-year warranty, and both will exchange or repair any defects. Ring will send you a newer product if the one you currently have isn’t available anymore. Overall, they offer pretty much the same warranty programs, which makes this round a tie.

 Warranties

Home and Smart Platform Integration: Blink vs. Ring

 
 
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Winner: Ring

Blink and Ring devices are compatible with Alexa since they are both Amazon companies. If you use Amazon Echo, you can receive alerts through your speakers and set alarms by talking to Alexa.

However, Ring devices are also compatible with Google Home, Apple Home Kit, and Samsung SmartThings. Ring also has more smart home integrations, including smart locks, outlets and lights, keyless entry, remote garage door capability, and more.

This makes Ring a clear winner in this round.

Storage: Blink vs. Ring

 
 
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Winner: Blink

We already mentioned that both companies offer cloud storage options. However, Blink is the only one that comes with local storage. This makes Blink the winner in the last round.

Field of View: Blink vs. Ring

 
 
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Winner: Ring

With most of its cameras offering a 140-degree field of view, Ring outperforms Blink’s 110-degree solutions. The Ring’s Stick Up Cam provides only an 80-degree view. This is pretty low compared to other models from the same company. However, Ring still wins the race for its outdoor cameras that cover a much larger space compared to Blink.

Field of View

Final Scores – Wins, Loses & Ties

Category

Blink

Ring

Design

Lose

Win

Price

Win

Lose

Video Quality

Lose

Win

Professional Monitoring

Lose

Win

Warranties

Tie

Tie

Home Integrations

Lose

Win

Storage

Win

Lose

Field of View

Lose

Win

Verdict: Blink or Ring?

If we look at the final score table, Ring is a clear winner. With a more detailed design, professional monitoring services, and better home integrations, it’s a more versatile solution for those looking to get the most out of their home camera security services.

The result doesn’t mean that Blink cameras are bad. They offer equally good performance but are less versatile. Overall, Blink is a better choice for those on a budget who are not planning to integrate much of the system with other devices.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do Blink Cameras Work With Ring?
No. Blink and Ring cameras have a completely different system, and they’re not compatible. However, the Blink Home Monitor App works with the Ring Neighbors program. With this feature, you can see the clips that other users captured in your area.


Also, you’re not able to post Blink footage on the Neighbors app from your mobile device. First, you need to save the video and then manually upload it.

 

Are All Blink Cameras Waterproof?
No, only one Blink camera is waterproof: Blink Outdoor. This solution comes with an IP65 rating, meaning it is rain, snow, and dust waterproof.


Other devices (Indoor and Mini) aren’t waterproof, and we don’t recommend leaving them outside or exposing them to water.

 

Can Blink Cameras Be Hacked?
Just like any other wireless technology, Blink cameras can be hacked. To prevent such events from happening, keep your devices updated. Amazon makes sure to regularly update its firmware to keep its devices safe. Despite its vulnerability, no recent hacking instances have been documented for Blink cameras.

 

Do Blink Cameras Function Without Wi-Fi?
Blink’s cameras need to be connected to Wi-Fi or a Sync Module to operate properly.

 

Do Ring Cameras Function Without Wi-Fi?
No. All ring security cameras need to be connected to Wi-Fi. Otherwise, they won’t work.

 

Does Ring Work Without Subscription?
Absolutely. You can use all of Ring’s devices without a subscription or additional fees. You’ll get all the important alerts on your device, as well as the two-way audio features. You can upgrade to their paid plans for additional services if you wish to.

 

Do Ring Cameras Record All the Time?
No, they don’t. Ring cameras only record when they detect motion. If you upgrade to the Protect Plan, you can receive snapshots every three minutes between motion detections.

Securing Your Home

Whether you are looking for indoor or outdoor home security cameras, Blink and Ring offer decent solutions. Keeping an eye on your pets, older children, or expensive jewelry doesn’t have to be complicated anymore.

Do you have any questions about the products we reviewed above? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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