With the increasing need for home security and surveillance cameras, camera companies have upped their camera game and have come with security cameras that are not only vivid in picture and sound recording but also even come with built-in lights and work with smart assistants making them user friendly.
- Ring Stick Up Cam is a versatile indoor/outdoor camera, while Spotlight Cam is explicitly designed for outdoor use.
- Spotlight Cam features built-in LED spotlights, while Stick Up Cam relies on ambient light for illumination.
- Both cameras offer motion detection, but Spotlight Cam includes an alarm and two-way talk functionality.
Ring Stick Up Cam vs Spotlight Cam
The difference between the Ring Stick-Up Cam and Spotlight Cam lies in the presence and absence of a spotlight that shines upon what is being captured. The Ring Stick-Up Cam does not have any LED lights attached to it, while the Spotlight Cam has the same suggests has LED strips attached to its front face.
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The Ring Stick-Up Cam is a 1080p HD quality video recording camera with two way audio with PIR motion detection and lives to record.
It always its users to record and live view video of the area under surveillance when motion is detected. It also works with voice command with the Amazon Assistant Alexa.
The Spotlight Cam, also by Ring, is a 1080p HD quality video recording camera with two-way audio and PIR motion detection and live recording.
Its distinctive feature is LED lights present on its front face that is triggered when motion is detected at night. It also works with Amazon Smart Assistant Alexa.
|Parameters of Comparison||Ring Stick Up Cam||Spotlight Cam|
|Variants available||Three variants are available Wired Battery Operated Solar Panel Powered.||Two variants available Wired Battery Operated|
|Field of View||The Ring Stick-Up Cam has a 150° field of view.||The Ring Spotlight Cam has a 140° field of view.|
|Type of Camera||The Ring Stick-Up Cam can be used both as an indoor and outdoor camera.||The Ring Spotlight Cam is primarily an outdoor camera.|
|Size||It is slightly smaller than the Ring Spotlight Cam.||It is slightly bigger than the Ring Stick-Up Cam.|
|Operating Temperatures||The Ring Stick-Up Cam has an operating temperature range of -5 to 120 ° F.||The Spotlight Cam has an operating temperature range of -20 to 120°F.|
|Night Vision||The camera supports night vision with four infrared LEDs.||The camera supports night vision with six infrared LEDs|
|LED Light Strips||No external LED light strips are present.||It is paired with external LED light strips.|
|Wi-Fi Connectivity||It can connect to both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz Wi-Fis.||It connects to only 2.4 GHz Wi-Fis.|
|Battery Life||Battery life is shorter.||The battery life is longer.|
|Price||It is available in the market at a lower price than the Spotlight Cam.||It is available in the market at a higher price than the Ring Stick-Up Cam.|
What is Ring Stick Up Cam?
The Ring Stick-Up Cam is a 1080p HD video recording camera that supports two-way audio recording and talking with its Ring smartphone app. It records high-quality video with PIR motion detection. I
t has customizable motion zones that can be monitored with more priority. It stores the recorded videos in paid cloud storage that comes very cheap.
Being versatile in nature, it can be used both as an outdoor and indoor camera. It is weather resistant.
It also has a wider field of view than the spotlight Cam making it more suitable for recording large spaces. However, it has a pronounced fish eye effect on this video recording.
The sound recording is also crisp and clear.
Video recording starts from the time motion is detected, and notifications are sent to the mobile app within three to four seconds.
The video recording continues for the 30s, and the clip is sent to your phone. The night vision is good with 4 LED infrared detectors. It also has a colour vision at night.
It alerts the user that a siren is manually activated.
With all these specifications, this camera comes at an affordable range and suffices its functions. Its battery version has one 6000 mAh lithium battery that lasts for a long time.
What is Spotlight Cam?
The Spotlight Cam by Ring is also a 1080p HD video reading camera that supports two-way audio recording and talking with its Ring Smartphone.
It records high-quality video with PIR motion detection. It does not have customizable motion zones. However, the video and audio quality is better than the Ring Stick-Up Cam.
It has both wired and battery-powered variants and is primarily an outdoor camera. It is weather resistant. It has a narrower field of view of 140° compared to the 150° of the Ring Stick-Up Cam.
Its recorded videos are stored in paid cloud storage. The camera has almost no fish eye effect making the video recorded more realistic.
Video recording starts about 10s before motion is detected and continues until you wish for it to stop. It has a loud siren that is both automatic and manual.
The night vision of this camera is very effective in understanding colour. It has 6 infrared LEDs to capture night vision.
Its battery-powered variant has a longer battery life as it supports 2 6000 mAh lithium batteries.
The spotlight Cam stands out from the Ring Stick-Up Cam as it has two LED strips that shine light up or what is being recorded during the night when motion is detected.
It also comes in an affordable range however is costlier than the Ring Stick-Up Cam.
Main Differences Between Ring Stick Up Cam and Spotlight Cam
- The Ring Stick-Up Cam does not have any LED light strips, whereas the Spotlight Cam has these as its distinguishing feature.
- The Ring Stick-Up Cam has versatile mounting options as it can be mounted on a wall or placed on a desk, or even hung upside down with its articulating mount, but the Spotlight Cam can only be wall-mounted.
- The siren of the Ring Stick-Up Cam is muffled in sound, whereas the Spotlight Cam has a loud 110-decibel siren.
- The Ring Stick-Up Cam has versatile mounting g options, whereas the Ring Spotlight Cam can only be wall-mounted; however, external mounts are available for the camera.
- The operating temperature for the Ring Stick-Up Cam is -5 to 120° Fahrenheit whereas the operating temperature for the Spotlight Cam is higher, i.e. -20 to 120° Fahrenheit.
- The Ring Stick-Up Cam has four infrared LEDs, whereas the Spotlight Cam has six infrared LEDs making their night vision more vivid and colourful.
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Sandeep Bhandari holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Computers from Thapar University (2006). He has 20 years of experience in the technology field. He has a keen interest in various technical fields, including database systems, computer networks, and programming. You can read more about him on his bio page.