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The other thought is the thing that field of view the camera’s focal point has – this is communicated in degrees, and the higher the number the bigger a territory the IP cameras can adequately see.
TIt uses a 4:3 aspect ratio, for a squarer picture as opposed to some cameras' 16:9 wide screen view. The idea is that you'll be able to see packages on the ground in front of your door; but my whole doormat was out of view, so packages left there usually were, too. I found the picture clear and sharp — better than that of the Ring cameras, and with a larger field of view than the August Smart Doorbell Pro. The night vision, which engages automatically, also beats the Ring's. Nest Hello uses HDR, which helps lighten shadowy areas while not blowing out bright areas. Sometimes the video looks a little artificial as a result, but the point is that you get a good look at everything in the frame, which is just what you'd want from a doorbell camera.