Ring is bringing their Indoor/Outdoor Stick Up Cam’s to Australia from today

Ring has today announced that they’re bringing their Indoor/Outdoor Stick Up Cam to Australia today with the cameras available to purchase for $319.

The Stick Up Cam bolsters their existing range of security focused doorbells, cameras and lights already available in Australia, with a new option to place a camera anywhere you need around your home.

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The Ring Stick Up Cam are weatherproof with an IPX5 rating and come in black or white with both wired and battery powered options. The Stick Up Cam captures video in FullHD 1080p resolution behind a wide-angle (150° horizontal, 85° vertical) lens to let you see all the action.

The cameras include night vision, and feature customisable motion detection zones you can set in the Ring app available from Google Play and the iOS app store.

For the security conscious a loud, remote-activated siren is also on-board, or you can talk through the camera which also includes built-in two-way communication.

Those looking to use the camera outdoors will be also able to check out the solar powered option which is available in a bundle for $399 and includes a Solar Panel which can recharge the battery inside with just a few hours of direct sunlight everyday.

Jamie Siminoff, Chief Inventor and Founder of Ring,

We’re excited to continue expanding the Ring of Security in Australia with Ring’s first indoor/outdoor cameras. Ring Stick Up Cams give neighbours maximum flexibility to position the cameras anywhere, regardless of power availability, to secure every corner of their property. Every decision Ring makes is driven by our mission to reduce crime in neighbourhoods; it’s important to have multiple layers of home security, and the Stick Up Cam line offers affordable, easy-to-install security for both inside and outside of the home.

You’ll be able to purchase the Ring Stick Up Cam Wired and Ring Stick Up Cam Battery from Ring.com Amazon.com.au, Harvey Norman, Bunnings, Officeworks, Bing Lee and JB Hi-Fi from AUD $319 each.

Last modified on 22 January 2019 7:19 pm

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