Ring Stick Up Cam vs Amcrest vs Ezviz Wifi Cameras

Ring introduces various models of home security products including Ring camera doorbell, spotlight cam and Ring floodlight camera, and this one Ring Stick Up camera. We’ll compare it later with the competing products, Ring stick up vs Amcrest and Ring stick up vs Ezviz.



What this product does

Ring stick up camera is an ideal solution for home security camera which is designed with versatile mounting options indoor or outdoor and supports remote activated siren. Like other home wifi cameras, Ring offers fantastic motion detection software, having both wired and wireless adapter you may select to suit the need, easy to setup, you may also add multiple devices for home which are easily managed via well designed app you can view local or remotely using your mobile devices.

All new Ring tick Up cam

Highlights

  • Full HD 1080p indoor outdoor camera
  • Super wide angle 150 degree horizontal and 85 degree vertical
  • Night vision support
  • Two way audio with built-in speaker and microphone
  • Wired (POE) and wireless (802.11a/b/g/n) dual band connection
  • Motion detection and Remote activated siren
  • Mount everyone with integrated mounting base/ stand for desktop placement or on the wall or ceiling
  • Free 30-days trial cloud storage, available Ring protect plan

Now, let’s discuss more detail and compare it with Amcrest ip4m-1051 and Ezviz EzGuard wifi cameras.

Ring vs Amcrest vs Ezviz

If you compare with Amcrest ip4m-1051 which is designed for indoor, Ring is still beneficial that is dust and water resistant.

1080p resolution

For home surveillance system, 1080p image quality is appropriate viewable vividly from your mobile devices either Android or iOS. However, if there is a competing product that offers higher resolution with lower price you might think to swift to this product. Amcrest ip4m-1051 is introduced to upgrade its previous model which is still 1080p resolution and this one is twice as higher resolution as Ring which is 4mp / 2k resolution. However, Amcrest is for indoor only with desktop placement.

See table 1, Ring stick up cam vs Amcrest the resolution is twice as detail as Ring. The resolution for Ring vs Ezviz is the same.

Amcrest ip4m-1051 4mp wifi dual band camera

Super wide view angle

Ring Stick up cam is not a PTZ camera that can covers the whole area with panning capability but it is featuring 150 degree super wide view angle covering nearly the whole front view, you can place it in the porch or on the wall. See that Amcrest and Ezviz have narrower horizontal view angle but Amcrest ip4m-1051 features panning endless 360 degree.

Wifi

Compared with Ezviz Ezguard which is equipped with single band wireless 802.11b/g/n, Ring stick up is a dual band 802.11a/b/g/n (up to 135Mbps) and even Amcrest is dual band wireless ac ideal for connecting to today’s trend wifi ac-based router.

ezviz ezGuard 1080p wifi outdoor camera with siren and strobe

Siren

Amcrest ip4m-1051 doesn’t support siren, that makes sense since it is designed for indoor usage. But both Ezviz and Ring Stick up come with remote activated siren to alert the intruders to get away from your property. And even Ezviz is not just equipped with siren but with strobe light as well.

Now, take a look at the following two spec comparison table. Table 1 shows you spec comparison for Ring Stick up vs Amcrest ip4m-1051, on the other hand table 2 represents spec comparison for Ring vs Ezviz.

Table 1 Ring Stick Up vs Amcrest

Model Ring Stick Up Cam wired Amcrest ip4m-1051
Resolution 1080p 4mp (2688×1520) @20 fps Latest Ambarella Chipset for Beyond-Amazing Video
Field of view angle 150 degree horizontal 85 degree vertical 120 degree with 360 degree endless panning and 90 degree tilting
Night vision support Yes, range unspecified Yes,  12 IR LEDs range up to 32 ft
Audio Two way audio with built-in Microphone and speaker Two way audio with built-in Microphone and speaker
Siren Yes, remote activated N/A
Cloud storage 30 day trial, Ring protect plan services available Free 4 hours Amcrest Cloud. 7-day, 15-day and 30-day Paid Plans Available; micro SD card slot available
Connection POE or dual band wifi Ethernet: RJ-45 (10/100Base-T); WIFI: 2.4GHz(802.11b/g/n) ; 5GHz(802.11ac/a /n)
Alerts Motion detection Motion detection
Mounting Flexible mounting base for wall or ceiling and stand for desktop Desktop
Outdoor protection Yes Indoor only
Price $179.00 $120.00

 

Table 2 Ring Stick Up vs Ezviz

Model Ring Stick Up Cam wired Ezviz Ezguard
Resolution 1080p 1080p @30 fps
Field of view angle 150 degree horizontal 85 degree vertical 103 degree horizontal
Night vision support Yes, range unspecified Yes, IR range up to 100ft (30m)
Audio Two way audio with built-in Microphone and speaker Two way audio with built-in Microphone and speaker
Siren Yes, remote activated Yes, 100dB activated siren plus trobe light
Cloud storage 30 day trial, Ring protect plan services available 30 day Ezviz cloud trial; micro SD card slot up to 128GB
Connection POE or dual band wifi 10/100Mbps Ethernet and wireless 802.11n up to 135Mbps
Alerts Motion detection Motion detection
Mounting Flexible mounting base for wall or ceiling and stand for desktop Wall or ceiling mounting
Outdoor protection Yes Yes, IP66 dust and water resistant
Price $179.00 $89.99

 

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