I've noticed this is a big problem with people just in England and also the rain product. Doesn't work. I cannot find anybody who has youse a product that says it works. Surely this should be looked at by yourself to see what can be done as this is not fit for purpose when need when someone uses ladders early in the morning to get over fence but you can only see slightly through the camera when away.
This is it we was away and just made out as it was misted over at 7.45 am which looked like two people with ladders getting over the fence at the front into our back garden. Not nice. They should find a solution as they are not fit for perpuse in cold weather. They told me just to search on amazon for a anti fog product we shouldn't be doing this . How much money would you have to spend just to find that none of them work I'm so mad.
Our outdoor model devices are rated for weather resistance and, of course, outdoor use. As mentioned prior, while we don't have any suggestions for a particular brand, we have heard neighbor using Rainx keep their lens from fogging. Other solutions may be different brands of anti-fog, DIY covers, or even a different mounting location. Drastic change in temperature can cause your camera to fog up and is normal behavior for any camera or device experiencing the change in weather.
im currently having this conversation with Ring online, suggestion to wipe it ... i cannot be wiping it every hour or so ... so its pretty useless and just deems it a normal ... albeit very expensive ... doorbell ?!