The new $35 flashing Mini indoor camera is Blinking, the least expensive cam yet

The new $35 flashing Mini indoor camera is Blinking, the least expensive cam still

Amazon-Flash new, is the jump in the budget-security cam market with the Mini -, compact -, and Alexa-friendly indoor camera with night vision, motion sensing, cloud storage for videos, and a $35 price.

it is Planned to ship on April 15 and available for pre-order now, the flashing Mini Remove non-product-link counts as the least expensive security cam in the flash lineup, which includes the $100 indoor/outdoor-Flashing, XT2 and the $80 flashing-Internal “do not Remove” product-link.

With its budget sticker price, the Wi-Fi enabled flashing Mini ready to compete with such price in security cameras as the ultra-cheap, but good $20 Wyze Cam v2, as well as the $ 40 – Xiaomi Mi-Home-Security-camera, which is our current Editors ‘ Choice for budget-smart-cams.

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capable of 1080p video and equipped with a 110-degree field of vision, the flashing Mini has infrared vision, motion detection, and customizable motion detection zones, allow you to select which fields trigger can be triggered by motion alerts. There is no word on people detection, however, which means that your dogs, cats or robot vacuum cleaner would trigger alarms, as well as people.

Flashing Mini also features a live-view and two-way audio, and you can ask Alexa to view the Mini-s-video-stream or the playback of video clips (if you are using an Echo-Show-smart display), as well as arm or disarm the camera.

For now, unfortunately, the only storage option for the flashing Mini the recorded video clips in the cloud. Blink says, it offers a free trial of its Plus-subscription-plan, the 60 days of rolling video memory for unlimited cameras, up to 31. December 2020. After that, you will have to pay $10 per month or $100 a year for the Plus subscription, or $3 per month/$30 a year for the Basic plan that offers 60 days of rolling video-memory for a single camera./p>

a Local memory for the flashing Mini is in the pipeline, but you need to pair the camera with the upcoming Blink-Sync-module 2, a wireless gateway, which supports local video recording for up to 10 flashing cameras. The Sync module 2 is “coming soon”, but a solid release date has not yet been determined. 

The compact 1.97 x 1.93 x 1.41 flashing Mini comes with an adjustable and detachable stand, a couple of screws, a USB cable and an AC adapter.

We have more to say about the flashing Mini, as soon as we get our hands on a review unit, so stay tuned.

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Released on Thu, 02 Apr 2020 16:33:00 +0000

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