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Blink’s giving its blocky Mini security camera a new robot body. The new Mini Pan Tilt is a very literally named mounting accessory that converts your existing Blink Mini camera from a stationary device into a controllable camera that lets you look around the room.
Setup sounds like it’ll be easy for the Pan Tilt: you connect the Mini camera to the mount, plug in the Micro USB cord, and the camera now has 360-degree movement from the Blink app. You can even install it on a tripod or wall mount (not included), or you can just place it on a table.
You can preorder the Mini Pan Tilt mount today on Amazon for $29.99. There’s also a bundle that gets you the mount as well as a Blink Mini camera if you don’t have one already for $59.99.
Alongside the new mount, Blink is also coming out with a new outdoor camera that uses Amazon’s AZ2 chip for local video processing that doesn’t need to send footage to the cloud. The Blink Wired Floodlight Camera streams 1080p footage and has LED lights that can get…
Blink, Amazon’s other home security company, primarily focuses on small, affordable and mostly battery-powered devices. Today, however, it’s launching a Floodlight Camera that, unlike the existing model, can be wired in to your home’s external power supply. The Blink Wired Floodlight Camera offers a beefy 2600-lumen LED light, a 1080p live view and two-way audio, as well as enhanced motion detection. That latter feature is aided by Amazon’s AZ2 Neural Edge Processor, which enables the processing to be handled locally, rather than in the cloud.
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At the same time, Blink is also trotting out a pan-and-tilt mount to its indoor Mini security camera. The Blink Mini Pan Tilt (the lack of an and in that name should bother you as much as it bothers me) attaches to the base of your mini to offer 360-degree coverage of a room. You can also attach it to a tripod or, for an extra fee, a wall mount if your needs are more specific. In terms of pricing, the Floodlight Camera will arrive shortly for $100 while the Pan Tilt (yup, still bothers me) is up for pre-order today for $30, or bundled with a Mini camera for $60.…
A year after it debuted a floodlight mount that turned its battery-powered outdoor camera into a floodlight camera, Amazon-owned Blink has announced a new floodlight cam that runs on wired power.
Blink unveiled its new Wired Floodlight Camera during Amazon’s annual hardware event Wednesday, where it also took the wraps off a dock that turns the budget-priced Blink Mini into a pan-and-tilt camera.
Slated to arrive in the “coming months” for $99.99, the Blink Wired Floodlight Camera marks Blink’s first wired floodlight cam, with LEDs that put out up to 2,600 lumens of brightness.
The Wired Floodlight Camera supports both person detection as well as customizable motion zones, and its video and motion-detection functions can be processed on-device thanks to the cam’s AZ2 Neural Edge chip.
The new floodlight cam offers a 1080p live view as well as two-way audio, while videos can be stored locally on a USB flash drive installed in the optional Blink Sync Module 2 ($34.99).
You can also keep videos in the cloud by signing up for a Blink subscription plan, which starts at $3 a month for 60 days of storage for a single camera; the pricier…