Ring’s latest addition to its line of smart home security devices shows exactly where the business is headed. The Ring Video Doorbell Pro 2 is a new premium video doorbell packed with a host of next-generation technologies to help keep your home safer than ever. The camera features 3D motion detection, 1536p video, bird’s eye view feature, and customizable privacy.
Through the use of a radar sensor, 3D motion detection technology provides more precise and precise identification of when a motion event begins. The sensors measure the distance of an object from the camera, making it easier to exclude certain high traffic areas. For example, if your doorbell faces a sidewalk, you can set it so that only movement closer to your house will trigger an alert.
This function works in conjunction with the Bird’s Eye View function. By measuring the exact distance between a person and the camera, the Ring Video Doorbell Pro 2 gives users an aerial view of the exact path someone took as they approached. If you watch an event happen through Live View or even view it in your event history, you’ll see a picture-in-picture display that shows the path of the movement in addition to the actual event.
The head-to-toe angle means you can see every detail of a visitor, from their hat to their shoes, but it also gives you a better overview of packages left at your doorstep. The built-in network microphone delivers better sound and limits distortion, while customizable motion zones and specific privacy zones give users more control than ever before over what their camera is viewing.
The Ring Video Doorbell Pro 2 is compatible with recent smart answering and has end-to-end encryption to provide the best possible data security.
The Ring Video Doorbell Pro 2 is available now for pre-order on Ring.com and Amazon for $ 250, and will begin shipping to customers on March 31.
Ring recently added a number of new features that put the company ahead of the pack. Between 3D motion detection and Birds Eye View technology, users will have more control over their security – and more information about visitors and potential intruders – than ever before.