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Various Models of Ring Stick Up Cameras vs Ezviz vs Amcrest Which One is the Best to Meet Your Home

New generation of Ring Stickup Security Camera series are redesigned to be able to have various power options you can opt which one is suitable to meet your home security needs. How these Ring Stickup series are compared with Ezviz and Amcrest outdoor cameras?

Ring Stickup Series

Ring introduces various models of home security products including Ring camera doorbell, spotlight cam, Ring floodlight camera, and this article we’ll discuss here Ring Stickup outdoor camera. See also comparison between Arlo and Ring floodlight cameras.

What Ring stick up does?

Ring stick up camera delivers full HD 1080p camera resolution, supports color night vision with fixed lens and wide 110 degree view angle to cover the entire property. You have various power option battery power, solar power, wired power or POE. 

All new Ring tick Up cam
All new Ring tick Up cam

Like other home wifi cameras, Ring offers fantastic motion detection software that sends motion detection events with customized motion detection zones; you can view locally or remotely via your Smartphone when you are on the go. 


  • Full HD 1080p indoor outdoor security camera
  • Super wide angle 130 degree diagonal; 110 degree horizontal and 57 degree vertical
  • Color Night vision support
  • Advanced motion detection with customized motion detection zones
  • Two way audio with built-in speaker and microphone with noise cancellation
  • wireless (802.11 b/g/n) single radio band connection @2.4GHz, dual band for elite series
  • Motion detection and motion activated notifications
  • Mount everyone with integrated mounting base/ stand for desktop placement or on the wall or ceiling
  • Works with Alexa for voice command
  • Free 30-days trial cloud storage, available Ring protect plan
  • Dimension 3.82 in. x 2.36 in. x 2.36 in. (without stand)
  • No local memory storage for playback the event video footage

With the redesigned of Ring stickup camera, Ring offers four series of Ring stickup outdoor security cameras. What makes all these four camera series different? The main difference is the way each of the series receive power.

Table 1 below shows you four series of Ring stickup cameras, the battery model, the plug-in model, the solar power model and Ring stickup elite. You may also find that the elite series is the POE model that comes with the mounting bracket. The other three series doesn’t come with the mounting bracket, you need to purchase separately when you need to mount the camera on the ceiling or on the wall.  

Table 1 Ring Stick Up Models

Ring Stick Up modelsRing Stick Up BatteryRing Stick Up Plug InRing Stick Up SolarRing Stick Up Elite
Quick Release battery packYesOptionalYesN/A
Indoor/Outdoor Power AdapterOptionalNoNoN/A
Solar PanelOptionalNoYesN/A
powered by an AC adapter to AC outletNoYesNoN/A
POEN/AN/AN/AYes , comes with PoE Adapter or Indoor / outdoor power adapter
Connectivity  802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi connection @ 2.4GHz802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi connection @ 2.4GHz802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi connection @ 2.4GHzEthernet or 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi connection @ 2.4GHz or 5GHz
Mounting option placed on flat surfaces; optional mounting bracketplaced on flat surfaces; optional mounting bracketplaced on flat surfaces; optional mounting bracketComes with mounting bracket

All the other specs and features are the same for all Ring stick up series except the power option, and the elite series comes with POE you can either connect using UTP cable both for power source and data by connecting to POE adapter, or you can use indoor / outdoor power adapter.  

For doorbell, you may also like to see comparison between Amcrest doorbell vs Ring doorbell.

Ring Stick Up vs Ezviz vs Amcrest

Let’s take two other competing products, the Amcrest Ash43 4mp outdoor cameras and most popular Ezviz c3w pro outdoor camera. Which one of these products is best to meet your home security need? You can refer to the following two spec comparison tables to help you get better insight of those products.

Ezviz c3w Pro camera
Ezviz c3w Pro camera

Which Ring stick up model is to compare? We can take one of them, the Ring stick up plug-in which is commonly used.

One of the most popular ezviz cameras is the ezviz c3w pro which is equipped with two spotlights to provide light addition around it at low light condition.

On the other hand, we take one of the new products released by amcrest at a fairly affordable price is the amcrest ash43 which is a wifi camera with 4mp resolution, twice the resolution of outdoor cameras in general including Ring and also this ezviz c3w.

Camera features

Ring and ezviz offer cameras with full HD 1080p @ 30 fps resolution, while amcrest provides twice the resolution of the two competing cameras. Technically a camera with a high resolution is more profitable, especially when you zoom in on your Smartphone with camera app, a 4mp resolution camera is sharper when zoomed in. In terms of resolution, Amcrest with 4mp resolution outperforms the other two products.

Night vision

Ring promises color night vision, only if there is enough ambient light around the camera, if the ambient light is not sufficient it will only provide b/w night vision. Unlike Ring, ezviz c3w pro comes with two spotlights for color night vision. You can setup it to continuously turn on to provide ambient light thus providing color night vision. Or motion detection that triggers the spotlight so that it can provide color night vision.

Amcrest ash43 is just like Ring that requires enough ambient light to render color night vision unless it provides B/W night vision with IR LEDs.

In terms of color night vision, ezviz c3w pro provides the best solution with two bright spotlights to render color night vision.


When the camera detects motion, typically the camera will record a few seconds of video events and save the video footage into the memory local storage in the form of micro SD card. What if the camera does not have local memory storage? The data is usually stored on the recorder unit (NVR unit) or stored in the cloud.

Ring does not provide local memory on the camera or on the hub station but provides cloud storage services that you can access from anywhere even when you are on the go. In contrast to ezviz and amcrest where both provide local storage memory storage solutions with micro SD cards you can install up to 256GB.

You can read more details with the following two comparison tables below.

Table 2 Ring Stick up vs Ezviz

Camera modelsRing Stick up plug inEzviz c3w Pro
Image sensorCMOS image sensor1/2.7”Progressive Scan CMOS with minimum illumination: 0.01 lux @(F1.6, AGC ON), 0 lux with IR
LensFixed wide angle lens2.8 mm @F1.6 / 4 mm @F1.6
View angle130°diagonal, 110° horizontal, 57° vertical2.8mm: 103° horizontal, 119° diagonal 4.0mm: 87° horizontal, 104° diagonal
Resolution1080p @30 fps1920 x 1080 @30 fps with digital WDR supports H.265
SpotlightsN/A2x Built-in spotlights
Night visionColor night vision with ambient lightColor night vision with spotlights; B/W night vision is also available up to 98ft
AudioTwo way audio with noise cancellationTwo way audio with speaker and microphone
StorageNo local memory storage, ring protect plan with cloud storageSupports Micro SD card up to 256GB
OutdoorYes, weatherproofYes, IP67 dust and water resistant
Connectivity802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi connection @ 2.4GHzWired 10/100Mbps Ethernet port; 802.11b/g/n wifi single band 2.4GHz @144Mbps
PowerBarrel Plug (indoor/outdoor power supply included)DC 12v / 1A
Event triggerAdvanced Motion Detection with Customizable Motion Zones, send alert notification to your mobile deviceAI power person detection
Service planRing protect plan, including cloud storage you can
access from anywhere
Ezviz cloud service, secured with IOS/IEC 27001 certified security
Works with AlexaYesYes
Price (Oct 2021)$99.99$68.99

All the three products are featured with smart motion detection by only detecting human (with AI powered motion detection) to reduce false alerts.  

Amcrest ash43 4mp
Amcrest ash43 4mp

Table 3 Ring stick up vs Amcrest

Camera modelsRing Stick up plug inAmcrest ASH43
Image sensorCMOS image sensor½.7 inch CMOS image sensor
LensFixed wide angle lens2.8mm fixed lens
View angle130°diagonal, 110° horizontal, 57° vertical106 degree horizontal with 16x digital zoom
Resolution1080p @30 fps4MP (2560 x 1440 @30 fps  supports H.265 / H.264
Night visionColor night vision with ambient lightNight vision with IR LEDs range up to 98ft
AudioTwo way audio with noise cancellationOne way audio with built-in Microphone
StorageNo local memory storage, ring protect plan with cloud
Local memory Micro SD card up to 256GB or Amcrest cloud storage plan
OutdoorYes, weatherproofIP67 weatherproof
Connectivity802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi connection @ 2.4GHz802.11b/g/n with dual external antennas
PowerBarrel Plug (indoor/outdoor power supply included)Power adapter included
Event triggerAdvanced Motion Detection with Customizable Motion
Zones, send alert notification to your mobile device
Human motion detection
Service planRing protect plan, including cloud storage you can access from anywhereAmcrest cloud storage plan
Works with AlexaYesYes
Price (Oct 2021)$99.99$64.99

Amcrest ash43 with double resolution is a good solution for homes, however when you need smart Ring protect plan together with your Ring doorbell Ring stick up is a good solution. Click the product’s link below to read more details and shop the products in Amazon (#ads).

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