Arlo Pro 2 vs. Ring Stick Up Cam

Arlo Pro 2 vs. Ring Stick Up Cam

We’re going to go over the differences between the Arlo Pro 2 vs. Ring Stick Up Cam, and which is better for you and your home.

Right off the bat, with Ring Stick Up Cam you’ve three powering up options available, No products found., No products found. or the No products found. depending on which camera you go for. While Arlo Pro 2 includes a rechargeable battery and AC power supply straight away. You can also add Arlo Solar Panel to switch it to green energy.

Additionally, Arlo Pro 2 features an improved field of view, better zoom, optional 24/7 recording, and compatibility with Google Assistant, making it our top choice.

The Short Version

Arlo Pro 2 = 1080p HD video resolution & 30 FPS, on-demand live view with night vision, improved 1080p HD field of view, advanced x8 digital zoom, choice of three power options, rechargeable battery, AC & solar panel (bought separately), two-way audio, motion detection & the ability to set up to three motion zones when plugged in, person detection requires a subscription, supports a 2.4GHz WiFi, needs a base station, 7-days of free cloud storage, optional 24/7 recording when plugged in, weather rating of IP65, supports Amazon Alexa & Google Assistant as well as IFTTT & Stringify, operating temp. of -4° to 113° F.

No products found. = Video resolution of 1080p HD & 30 FPS, live-view on demand & night vision, 110° horizontal, 57° vertical field of view, standard zoom, three cameras to choose from, plug-in, battery, or solar panel, includes two-way talk, standard motion detection & motion zones, subscription required for cloud storage, supports 2.4GHz WiFi, 110 dB siren built-into camera, no 24/7 recording available, no local storage, can be used indoors & outdoors, supports Alexa, IFTTT & Stringify, operating temp. of -5°F to 120°F.

Which one are you getting?

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Arlo Pro 2 vs. Ring Stick Up Cam — Easy Comparison Chart

Arlo Pro 2 No products found.
Dimensions3.1″ x 1.9″ x 2.8″3.8″ x 2.4″ x 2.4″
Operating Temperature-4° to 113° F-5° to 120° F
Resolution1080p HD1080p HD
Video FormatH.264H.264
Record Live ViewYesSubscription Required
Live-View on DemandYesYes
Night ViewYesYes
Field of View130°110° horizontal,
57° vertical
Zoomx8 Digital ZoomYes
PowerRechargeable Battery/AC Rechargeable Battery
Optional Power SourceSolar PanelSolar Panel
Two-Way TalkYesYes
Motion ZonesUp to 3 activity zones when plugged-inAreas
Motion DetectionYesYes
Person Detection With SubscriptionNo
Requires a base stationYesNo
SirenVia the baseVia camera
Local StorageVia the baseN/A
Continuous RecordingOptional when plugged-inNo
Review, Share, & SaveYesSubscription Required
Cloud Storage7-Day Free / SubscriptionSubscription Required
App AlertsYesYes
Rich NotificationsWith SubscriptionN/A
App SupportAndroid, iOS, WebAndroid, iOS, Web
Weather-resistantIP65 ratingYes (Indoor/Outdoor)
Amazon AlexaEcho Show, Echo SpotEcho Show, Echo Spot
IFTTT & StringifyYesYes
Google AssistantYesNo

Arlo Pro 2 vs. Ring Stick Up Cam— What’s Different?

Arlo Pro 2

Field of View – Arlo Pro 2 impresses us with it’s 130° field of view, vs. Ring’s 110° horizontal & 57° vertical measurements, offering a far better view of your property and the ability to better identify any suspicious activity.

24/7 Recording – Arlo Pro 2 also offers us the option of 24/7 recording which allows you to continually monitor your property for an extra sense of security.

Unfortunately, Ring Stick Up Cam doesn’t include this feature.

Local Storage – Additionally, Arlo Pro 2 provides users with local storage via its base, so we don’t lose any important footage during a power or internet outage.

While Stick Up Cam has no local backup storage available.

Base Station & Siren – In order to set up your Arlo Pro 2, you’ll need to have the Arlo Base Station. The base station also includes other useful features such as an in-built siren & local storage.

While Ring Stick Up Cam works straight away out of the box, and its siren is located within the camera itself.

Subscription – Both models include a subscription plan. The Ring includes two plans, Protect Basic which includes the ability to record off of live view, as well have 60 days of cloud storage.
While Ring Protect Plus includes video recording & sharing, as well as storage for all your Ring devices.

Arlo Pro 2 includes two subscription plans called Arlo Smart, as well as 7-days of free cloud storage to take advantage of.

The entry plan provides you with the person detection technology, cloud activity zones for motion detection, as well as access to rich notifications.

While the Premier Plan includes all the same additions from the entry one, as well as 30 additional days of storage and the ability to use up to 10 Arlo cameras rather than 5.

Power Options – While both models come with similar powering options such as the optional solar panel addition, Arlo Pro 2 can both be used as a wireless battery camera or plugged via AC cable for continuous power.

While with Ring Stick Up Cam you’ll have to choose from Ring Stick Up Cam Battery or Ring Stick Up Cam Plug-In and then get other power accessories if needed.

Last update on 2024-02-25 at 15:55 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API