Extremely important if you want to use a Ring Indoor Cam pointed out a window or you get a bad glare!
I've used these light dims in the past which work well (including with my Skybox)https://www.amazon.co.uk/LightDims-Original-Strength-CoversDims-Different/dp/B009WSJNCW
@Cinnsay wrote:Please offer option to disable blue motion light, especially for indoor cams. Being discreet is paramount
Bought an indoor cam hoping to use it as a baby cam where I can check up on my toddler every so often, impossible with the blue light! Wasted purchase!
We need to have the option to turn off and on. I don't need an intruder to know they are being recorded and go straight to the camera to destroy it. The point of the camera is to catch up and see what they are stealing. This won't help me with an insurance claim.
I don't agree and for all those complaining about 'baby cams' - this product is advertised as Indoor Security Camera, it's not a baby cam and if it's the wasted purchase, it's not Ring responsibility but yours, read the description carefully next time, ask questions or buy the £1/$1 black insulation tape and use 1cm of it to cover the light. And by the way - since when little blue light is a problem for a baby? My two sons were sleeping happily and soundly in a room with at least 4 (maybe more?) red and blue LED's, not mentioning street lighting. Take it easy.
It is ESSENTIAL to have a permanent, clear sign or indication of recording and/or monitoring inside the property where other people live. I can't even imagine the device without such an option. Even your laptops have a small light indicating that camera operation is in progress.
Yes, the blue light scares my child. It's ridiculous that you cannot turn it off.
Please have an software update that include this function.
The blue light should be able to be turned off. The code to accomplish this should only take one hour of code time.
Just imagine... How many awesome looking Ring cameras are turned to junk due to black electrical tape on the front of the camera to hide the ugly blue light.
Whenever you have something that is designed to look good, the last thing you want to have to do is cover it up with tacky electrical tape. That takes the pristine look of the Ring camera and makes it look like a MacGyver invention.
At least, after all this time, we finally have MacGruber.
C'mon Ring, add the 1 hour code time to turn off the blue light. Not everyone wants to be MacGyver. Although, I'm ok with being MacGruber.
Pepsi! Pepsi! Pepsi!, MacGruber!!!
I want this to! It's a stupid addition and the privacy benefit is stupid as well. Please allow owners of our cameras to turn this off!
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