Ring Indoor Camera (2nd Gen) Review 2023
Ring's most affordable camera offers Alexa and Google Assistant integrations with optional person detection and up to 180 days of video storage.
All of our content is written by humans, not robots. Learn More
What We Like
- 1080p HD video with color night vision: Not shockingly, like the Ring Doorbell Camera, the Ring Indoor Camera shoots high-quality video that’s clear even in low-light conditions.
- Affordable price: At only $60, the Ring Indoor Cam is a much lower-priced security option than the majority of its competitors.
- Alexa and Google Assistant integrations: Again, this doesn’t come as a shock as Amazon owns Ring, but I’m glad that the camera also works with Google Assistant.
What We Don't Like
- No person detection without a video storage plan: Unfortunately, if you don’t subscribe to Ring Protect, the Ring Indoor Cam can’t tell a person apart from any other moving objects (like pets), so you may receive some unnecessary notifications.
- No free cloud storage: Although Ring has affordable cloud storage, I wish it had a free option. More on this below.
- Narrow field of view: At 115 degrees (horizontal), the Ring Indoor Cam’s field of view is slightly narrower than I wanted.