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Amcrest SmartHome Video Doorbell Camera, 2.4 GHz WiFi Doorbell Camera, IP55 Weatherproof, Two-Way Audio, 140º Wide-Angle, AD110

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Indoor/Outdoor usage Indoor
Brand Amcrest
Connectivity technology Wireless
Room type Office, Garage, Kitchen, Living Room, Classroom, Study Room, Hallway, Nursery
Connectivity protocol Wi-Fi

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  • The Amcrest Video Doorbell Camera is powered by using your home's existing doorbell wiring (16V-24V) and is compatible with existing traditional mechanical and electronic digital chimes to provide surveillance of all front door activity in high definition 1920x1080p resolution. This home security camera features an extra-wide 140° viewing angle allowing you to cover every angle. This doorbell is not battery powered.
  • Built in microphone and speaker allows for two-way audio and makes it easier to talk to visitors without having to get up and answer the door. Includes two interchangeable faceplates, choose from a black or silver faceplate.
  • Our WiFi Doorbell Camera works with 2.4GHz only, and does not support 5Ghz Networks. Built in night vision allows you to see in the dark, up to 16 feet away.
  • Receive motion detection alerts via email or push notifications and instantly review recorded footage directly from your smartphone using the Amcrest Smart Home app. Securely store your HD footage to the Amcrest Smart Home Cloud or store directly to a class 10 MicroSD card up to 128GB. (MicroSD Card Not Included, Limited compatibility with Amcrest View Pro, Not compatible with Amcrest Cloud).

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  • Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 11.94 x 5.08 x 2.79 cm; 556 Grams
  • Date First Available ‏ : ‎ 7 February 2020
  • Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ Amcrest
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B07ZJS3L5Y
  • Item Model Number ‏ : ‎ AD110
  • Customer Reviews:
    4.0 out of 5 stars 2,818 ratings

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AMCREST MODEL: AD110



DOORBELL CAMERA FEATURES:

2-Megapixel CMOS Image Sensor, HD 1920x1080p.
Focal Length: 2.0mm
Max Aperture: F2.0
140° viewing angle
Nightvision: Up to 16 feet.
Motion Detection: Up to 16 feet.
IP55 Weatherproof.
MicroSD Storage up to 128GB, Class 10 or higher.
H.264 Compression technology.
G.711 Audio Compression.
Built in microphone & speaker for two-way audio.
Supports 2.4GHz WiFi Networks, Does Not Support 5GHz Networks.
Receive motion detection alerts via email or push notifications and instantly review recorded footage directly from your smartphone using the Amcrest Smart Home app.
Working Temperature: -22°F ~ 122°F, 20~95%RH
Dimensions: 4.7 x 2 x 1.1 inches.
Weight: 0.66 lbs.


PACKAGE INCLUDES:

1 x Amcrest WiFi Video Doorbell Camera (AD110).
Installation Tools
Quick Start Guides


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Reviewed in Australia on 13 December 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best alternative to RING
Reviewed in the United States on 25 November 2019
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4.0 out of 5 stars Equpment: Great. Software: Disappointed
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5.0 out of 5 stars High Quality Video Door Bell with 1080P HD Recording
Reviewed in the United States on 26 November 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars High Quality Video Door Bell with 1080P HD Recording
Reviewed in the United States on 26 November 2019
This Amcrest video doorbell comes with its own chime kit and mounting kit/tools/wiring required to install it. The doorbell hardware is well-built and comes with 2 face-plates (silver/black). It has built-in night vision (IR) and I have no problem recognizing visitors near the door (4-8 feet distance) both at night and day.
I like that the installation is fairly simple. The video doorbell gets power from same wiring from the old doorbell (It requires 16-24V input to operating. which is the regular voltage range for most doorbells in US). Extension wires are included if old wires aren't long enough. There is a microSD card slot on the side (after removing faceplate) for local storage (up to 128GB). It has built-in WIFI and supports only 2.4GHz. The recordings are in HD 1080P and wide angle (140 degree).
Most operations have to go through the Amcrest Smart Home app, such as setup/upgrading the doorbell, check local recordings..etc. I haven't found a way to download recordings from the cloud and so far I have been getting copies of recordings from the microSD card inserted. I'm able to add the device seamlessly to my Amcrest NVR and the Surveillance Pro app which is a plus. The motion detection notification (motion detection zones are customizable) when the doorbell camera senses visitor is my favorite feature.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fifth month of using!
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5.0 out of 5 stars ***Great Device with amazing Potential***
Reviewed in the United States on 23 December 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars ***Great Device with amazing Potential***
Reviewed in the United States on 23 December 2019
Unboxing:
The new Amcrest AD110 feels like any other doorbell out there in the market, comes with 2 face plates (gray and black) I thought it was going to be out of metal but both are made out plastic, a bit flimsy but still ok for a doorbell. It comes with everything needed for installation. Make sure before you buy any doorbell that requires power that you current doorbell is power base and not battery.
Compare it with other doorbells is as small as the Ring but a bit bigger than the Nest Hello. The box design and distribution is not as fancy as the Nest Hello but hey all those things are going to be throw away anyways.
Prep:
Instruction are well written and videos online are of a great help to prep the doorbell before installation. Per instruction some screws that were supposed to be pre-installed on the doorbell were not on it, but I was able to find them inside one of the bags. The long extra piece of extra wire showed on the video or manual didn’t come with mine. I ended up using some wires I had around the house. Make sure you have all the screws needed are in the kit before starting installation
Installation:
Chime kit is a plug in and screw kit pretty easy, just make sure you know what kind of door bell system do you have (might need to check up the nest hello installation video which goes more in depth about the different type of bells). One side have a green plug that goes to the Chime kit and two “U” shape connectors that go to the bell’s transformer.
Doorbell:
Installation can vary here, in my case I had to use a face plate to cover the hole on the concrete wall. I wish the wires that go into the door bell had the same “U” shape connectors that are on the Chime kit for easy installation. The kit comes with two face plates (nice feature) it is a bit clunky to remove and if it not handle correctly it may break, but well it come with an extra one. Installation was smooth after wires were attached.
Amcrest Home App:
After installing the door bell open the Amcrest Home App and follow the steps. The app overall has been working fine and the setup process was simple. I had to format my 128gb sd card on my computer to FAT32 and the doorbell was able to accept it.
The app somehow was able to add another of my Amcrest camera and the layout is much likely to the Ring layout, where you can see all the cameras at once while the app is open. I ended up disconnecting that one and leaving only the doorbell. Videos load pretty fast, and via remotely you can access those saved on the SD card. Can’t comment on the cloud system, I’m not planning on using it anyways. Those with Blue Iris (per other customer’s review) or Amcrest NVR (in my case) you can have your own cloud in your house. It will connect to the NVR with no problem. Just get the IP from the app and add it to the NVR. The problem that I have with systems like Ring, Nest and other doorbells that besides buying the product in order to fully use it you have to pay.
Nest Hello Vs. Amcrest AD110
My current doorbell is a Nest Hello and the cost is $5.99 per month for a 5 days 24/7 recording price goes up if you want more recording time. With the paid service the Nest Hello as well add package delivery notification, face recognition, activity zones, clips and time lapses, continuous video history and close-ups. With the Amcrest AD110 the cloud services is $6 for 7 days recording (only motion recording) and basically that’s it.
The ecosystem on the Nest Hello (Google) is beautiful and it connects to my chromecast and Google mini. By just asking Google mini to show front camera on Master room (Ex) it will bring the live feed on the screen within seconds. Every time someone ring the bell every mini in the house say “someone is at the door” of if facial recognition is on it will say “Mike is at the door” this last only work with the paid service. Overall is a great device (Nest Hello) but just the idea that I have to pay $50 per year for 5 days recording to have the full potential of the device…is a pain. Also because it is cloud base as Ring and other doorbells if you internet goes down for X or Y reason your doorbell is not recording at all.
The Amcrest AD110 is a great device with a ton of opportunities to grown into an amazing device. Video quality in my opinion is the same as the Nest. What I love the most is that you are not trap with the subscription in order to use the device to its fullest. I already owned a few Amcrest products therefore my setup will work better maximizing my dollars. I can have a home cloud base device that can record 30+ without any subscription, plus you have the backup on a SD card (max 128GB capacity) that can be access via the Amcrest app, only motion is recorded on the SD card and if for any reason my internet goes down I know for sure the doorbell and NVR are still recording.
Quality in two way communication is as good as the Nest, as well as able to ear the person on the other side.
Conclusion
YMMV, My current doorbell has a beautiful relationship with all my Google products, (live view via Chromecast, announcements via Google Mini, Gif notification which I love, great preview of what is happening in your door without opening the app, nice app with lots of features Ex. Seasonal ring tones). But everything in my perspective comes to money and usage. I work hard for my money as many of us and I want to make sure every penny I’m spending is going to the right place.
Those features that the Nest provides are nice one, but I can live without it. When I look into the AD110 it may not be of the same quality (build) material or have a perfect app, but it will at least let me know when someone is at the door and record the footage (which is basically what everyone gets a doorbell for) App notifications are quick and sometime even faster than the Nest Hello. The cool down period on the Amcrest is faster than the Nest Hello, which is perfect, but sometime annoying if you are chatting with someone by the door. Another thing that the AD110 doesn’t have is an angle mount hopefully they will come out with one. Overall I can tell you that I’ll be soon switching my Nest Hello for the AD 110 in my case it make more sense because of my current setup but for other may not be the best option…YMMV.

Update 12/14/2020: still working strong, recording has been great and notifications still show up pretty quick. App now can download footages for easy sharing on other platforms (sms, WhatsApp). Video and sounds quality still as day 1. WiFi connection has been pretty stable. Pretty happy with the device, whoever ask me for one, this one always come as #1.
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