Google has announced a bunch of new products on the Nestal line early this year, including a wireless doorbell, the Nest Cam, the Nest Cam (battery battery), and the Nest Cam deluge. While the Nest Cam (battery) and Nest Doorbell (battery) announcement came into sale shortly after, Google did not share a specific time on the other two Nest cameras. Two months after the announcement, you can now finally buy a new Nest Cam and Nest Cam with a wired hood.
In a recent blog post, Google announced that the second-class wired Nest Cam and Nest Cam with a hood will be available for purchase in a variety of colors beginning today. The second-gen model is meant to be used inside without a hood, and climbs up to the floor or to the wall panel, from which it also has a new variant with a wooden base that mixes your furniture.
The Nest Cam with the Flood is nothing but another gen-type Nest Cam wired with candles on both sides to illuminate the bystanders. The camera is blocked on either side by a 2,400-light hood, which makes for a great purchase for a porch or camera. The lights have an IP65 rating, while the camera has a slightly lower IP54 rating.
A key feature of the Nest Cam Flood is that it uses intelligence on devices, devices, devices, and vehicles to turn on the light by using a single motion sensor. Especially in places where you want to turn on the light automatically when someone passes. Both cameras can store footage locally for an hour, which, according to Google, is weekly enough.
The second-class wired Nest Cam starts at $99.99, while the Nest Cam with the Flood will restore $279.99. For more information on the cameras, see our previous coverage.