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Read next: How to make your home a smart home So, what is it that the Ring Stick Up Cam offers, and how does that compare to the competition?The Ring Stick Up Cam provides 720p HD video with an 80-degree field of vision, allowing you to see more than a standard camera would.Via the Ring app for i OS and Android, users can configure the motion zone in impressive detail.The zones are mapped out in the app, and users need only select the zones they’d like monitored.Admittedly, the 720p cap is pretty surprising when similarly priced cameras like the Nest Cam Outdoor offer 1080p video, but it's worth bearing in mind that most smart security cameras upload video footage to servers at 720p regardless.Overall video quality is still decent enough to see what’s going on – as long as there’s decent Wi-Fi.There are cameras that do offer free cloud storage though, namely the Y-Cam Evo.

The recordings will stay secure on Ring’s servers for six months before being deleted, with users able to download important videos to their PC/Mac/smartphone/tablet.It’s a handy feature if, for example, constant movement from a nearby road triggers your camera.Once motion is detected, users are notified via the Ring app for i OS and Android, or via any connected Ring Chime (sold separately).While it’s not as clear as a phone call, it can come in handy in a number of situations.It's a feature that isn't available in many outdoor security cameras so if two-way talk is important to you, the Stick Up Cam is a decent option.