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com$37. 99View at Amazon$39. 99View at Amazon?This device comes with two weeks of free cloud storage, as well as a microSD card slot which you can use to enable continuous recording and create time lapse videos. With an add on module, you can link this camera to Wyze's motion sensors and smart bulbs, as well as to third party smart home devices with Alexa and Google Assistant. 99/month afterwards. Upgrade to 4K recording for $1.

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As with the indoor version of Nest Cam IQ, if you want the Familiar Faces feature to identify friends and potential foes, you'll need to buy a $10 per month Nest Aware subscription. Nest HelloNest's new video doorbell won't arrive until next year. When it does, the Nest Hello will verge a video doorbell with some of the features you'd expect from a Nest Cam. Nest HelloInstead of the fisheye view you'd get from some doorbell cameras, Nest Hello combines a 160 degree field of view with a 4:3 aspect ratio. That gives you not only a wide angle view of the area around your front door, but a top to bottom view that lets you see the entire person approaching your door. It's also a handy view for spotting packages. Nest says the camera has HDR imaging for a clear picture, and there's a night vision feature, too. The camera doesn't just kick on when someone rings a doorbell. Motion sensors capture the image of anyone who approaches your door, and you're sent an alert on your phone. As with Nest Cam IQ, you can subscribe to Nest Aware to use the Familiar Faces feature and get continuous video storage. Out of the box, Nest Hello will capture three hours of snapshots from your front door and provide free person alerts.

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