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S. as well as across the world. The company was founded in 2013 as a hardware and internet of things manufacturer. SkyBell’s products are designed to simplify smart home automation and features with simple to install designs and easy to use tools. Check out the full review of SkyBell here. SkyBell set out to create a product that improves the lives of everyday people by being simple to install and highly usable as a smart product.

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PerformanceThe Nest Hello's camera has a resolution of 1600 x 1200, and covers 160 degrees of view. It uses a 4:3 aspect ratio, for a squarer picture as opposed to some cameras' 16:9 wide screen view. The idea is that you'll be able to see packages on the ground in front of your door; but my whole doormat was out of view, so packages left there usually were, too. I found the picture clear and sharp — better than that of the Ring cameras, and with a larger field of view than the August Smart Doorbell Pro. The night vision, which engages automatically, also beats the Ring's. Nest Hello uses HDR, which helps lighten shadowy areas while not blowing out bright areas. Sometimes the video looks a little artificial as a result, but the point is that you get a good look at everything in the frame, which is just what you'd want from a doorbell camera. When you're looking at the live view on your smartphone or tablet, you can pan and zoom using your fingers right on the image. The lens is fixed, so it's just digital panning and up to 8x of digital zoom. This is nice to have just in case you need it, but the default wide view was detailed enough for me. Two way audio lets you talk to someone at the doorway with about a second of lag.