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Local law enforcement provides the public with cheap or free doorbell cameras and swings by for the footage whenever needed. Who isn't going to feel obligated to hand this over to the cops when they come asking?Today's best Nest Hello deals?$173. 88ViewRecommended RetailerReduced Price$229$189View$229View$287. 49ViewShow More DealsWe check over 130 million products every day for the best pricesWith video doorbells, video and audio quality matter, but the real trick is getting the notifications just right. That way, you're not bombarded by alerts, but you don't miss anything important, either. The Nest Hello $199 succeeds by continuously recording video, so you never have the frustrating experience of firing up the app just to see video of someone walking away. Facial recognition lets you know who's at the door by name, and it can also distinguish between people and cars. What's more, you can separate the field of vision into multiple zones, which helps you customize the notifications. Design and InstallationThe Nest Hello video doorbell is sleek and slim, at 4. 6 x 1. 7 x 1 inches, and has rounded corners.

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No price informationCheck WalmartNo price informationCheck AmazonWe check over 130 million products every day for the best pricesThe SpotCam Doorbell takes an opposite approach from most video doorbells, with its large button enclosure and a tiny ringer. The enclosure holds the 4 AA batteries that power the device, while the tiny ringer is no bigger than most USB power adapters and plugs straight into any wall socket. It doesn’t require any wire connection between the two, so it is more landlord friendly than wired models. A microSD card slot lets you store video recordings. Forget about motion detection triggering the doorbell cam unless you add a Spotcam Camera to your setup. A SpotCam app available for iOS and Android connects to the bell and ringer over the SpotCam cloud service, with only a short delay between someone pushing the bell and you being able to view the live image on your phone. It was about 5 seconds in our testing. Video quality was good, though there was a noticeable and somewhat frustrating 1 or 2 second delay in the video, which made having a conversation with the person at the door hard. The basic level of service for the SpotCam Doorbell is free, but there’s no online storage without paying $2. 95 per month or $29/year for 180 days of storage to $4. 95/month or $49/year for 365 days of rolling storage.