I have just bought into the Ring eco system and have the alarm, 2 x spotlight cams, a couple of indoor cams, the doorbell 3 and 4 x stick up cams.
The stick up cams are the final things I am installing and I have come across a couple of issues and just wanted to check if I am doing something wrong here?
I have 2 x baterry powered stick up cams but I started with the 2 x wired verions. I have an wired the lead to where I want the camera to be placed and i hav attached the mount to the wall outside.
I have then removed the based/stand from the bottom of the stick up cam with the intention of moving it to the side mount so that it can go on the wall. However, this is where I have hit my 1st problem. The security screw that you put through the base and into the mounting bracket cant be screwed in, because the body of the camera is now in the way when trying to wall mount it. This means the camera can just be easlily removed from the wall without much effort?
The second and more concerning issue - is that the power adapter just plugs straight into the back of the stick up cam. Is this right? There is no additional security to prevent and it can be simply removed from the back of the camera by any potential intruder. I was expecting it to be inserted into the body of the camera or something similar. But this just seems like a really silly design flaw.
Is this right or am I doing something wrong?