Google has unveiled a few new devices with the Nest Cam (Battery), Nest Doorbell (Battery), and Nest Cam with Floodlight.
The new Nest Cam (Battery) can be used both indoor and outdoors, thanks for IP54 water resistance. It can record up to 1080p video at 30fps with HDR along with Night Vision video with HDR.
The new camera has up to 3 hours of event-based video history that works without a subscription. Google said the baterry should last up to seven months (depending on number of alerts).
Next up is the new battery-powered Nest Doorbell. It records video at 1280 x 960 resolution at 30fps along with Night Vision and 24/7 live view.
The battery life of the new Nest Doorbell is around six months, depending how many recorded events etc. When you do need to top it up, it charges over USB-C.
Rounding out the new lineup is the Nest Cam with Floodlight, which is exactly like the new Nest Cam but with the addition of floodlights.
The new Nest Cam (Battery) and Nest Doorbell (Battery) are launching on August 24th in Canada, the US, UK, Australia and New Zealand, with pre-orders starting today.
Both new cameras cost $239 CAD ($180 USD). The Nest Cam with Floodlight and second-gen Nest Cam (Wired) are coming later this year but haven’t been confirmed for Canada.
Update – August 24th, 2021: The new Nest Cam and Doorbell are now available for purchase in Canada, the US and number of other countries.