Blink Mini Camera – Complete Review & Setup Guide (And Giveaway)
That packs a ton of smart features into this tiny little camera at a really reasonable price it's. The latest addition to the amazon, blink family of products and it works with the application, and you can install this with any other blink products. You'Ve got in your home. Now i've reviewed the blink xt2, which is a camera i use all over my home. This is an exterior weatherproof battery powered camera that provides motion, detection, two way, audio night vision, all the things you care about, that's really easy to use. Basically, you pop two batteries in it and you can attach it to a tree. You can stick it up on the side of your home and it'll monitor an area for any kind of motion, and if it sees something moving through that area, it'll start recording and upload that to the cloud and it's. A wonderful solution for outside the problem is using that in your home it's overkill for an interior camera, because it's weatherproof it's got a lot of advanced features that you're not going to use inside the house and it's expensive compared to some of the other cameras that Are out there for interior use? Now amazon did come out with a version of this called the indoor cam, which is white, and it runs on batteries and that's, really good. If you've got areas in your home, where there's no electricity, where it's hard to power up a camera, you can basically add batteries to that one: stick it to a wall and monitor a room or a hallway or a basement whatever you need to monitor, but again It'S fairly expensive, the brand new blink mini is less expensive.
So this camera, as it sits in front of me today as a single unit, is about 35 and remember that includes not only the camera but a seven foot, usb cable and a one amp wall charger. These two things alone are probably 15 of that 35, so you're getting a very sophisticated camera for about 35 bucks. If you go with the version of this that's, the indoor camera it's about 60 bucks, this one, i think, is around the 89 or 90 dollar number. It always moves around because they're having sales on it, but if you're doing outside work – and you need a camera that you're going to want to monitor some area outside your home, you can't go wrong with a camera like this and if you've got an area inside Your home that is really difficult to find an outlet to plug things in then you can go with the indoor version of this, but this one kind of fills that gap between those two where the price is right: it's, small enough. Look how tiny this thing is and it's adorable look at that look at the shape of that thing. It looks robotic almost where it'll fit almost anywhere in your home. I love that it's white they've made it kind of apple esque. Even the charger looks very apple. Ish, so it fits in with most home decor and you can put it up on a shelf, forget it's there and just know that you're monitoring all the stuff that's going on inside your home.
So what i'd like to do in this clip is start with the basic specifications, to explain exactly what you're getting with the camera and then i'll do a closer look of the camera, the cable and everything that comes with it just to show you, what's included with The kit and point out some of the really cool design elements that amazon has built into this camera because they didn't just take an off the shelf camera jam it into a new style of case and then put it out there as a blank product. They really thought through how they were building this. So i'll talk a little bit about the interesting mounting options. They give you the cable management options, how it's powered those type of things just so. You know what's going on with the camera and then i'd like to come back and show you exactly how to add it to the blink application, because honestly, the whole setup and i'm a nerd. So, of course, it's going to be quick for me, but the whole setup was less than three minutes from power up to actually viewing the video through that camera. So it's a really easy thing to set up and i'll show you that step by step and then i'll come back at the end and tell you some of the good things and some of the things that you might want to be aware of before you buy The camera, because i'm always honest in these reviews and i've had it for a couple of weeks, and there are a few things that i think they can fix down the road with this through software that may annoy you out of the gate.
So i want to give you all those details as well, so let's start with the specifications for the camera. So, as i mentioned, it's an hd camera it'll stream 1080p crystal clear video over a wi fi network. It connects up to 2g typically, and it does a really good job of streaming. It'Ll stream, 1080p at 30 frames a second which is perfectly fine for home security cameras it's, not 4k. But honestly, if somebody's breaking into your house, you've got something that's going on that. You need to see you don't really need a 4k camera you're, paying a lot of money for that extra resolution and honestly uh when you're looking at that on your phone or your computer, it's, basically going to give you a really good picture. In addition to that, it does both daytime and nighttime uh recording, so it's got an infrared illuminator inside there, which is an led that throws out a lot of infrared uh light if you will to illuminate an area and it can see in the dark. So if the lights are out in the house, it can still see what's going on if your dog walks by it's gon na pick up the dog walking by which is nice. It also has motion detection, which is one of its really smart advanced features, because motion detection is something that used to take a lot of horsepower to manage what they've done with this camera is built in sort of artificial intelligence that looks at areas frame by frame For changes it's looking for edges in the in the frame that are moving and if it sees movement it's going to trigger a motion alert to let you know, somebody's walking through that room and it'll start recording to give you exactly what took place in that room.
So that's really nice. It also has two way audio, which i think is really cool, because if you set it up in the living room or on down in the basement working, my wife can say: hey dinner's ready and i can come upstairs or hey come on up here. You know so i can. I can talk to her two way, which is really nice as well: it's, a really simple camera to use and the mounting options. This thing are just tremendous and i'll show you that next now, in addition to that, it doesn't do local recording so that's something a lot of people were wondering like gee. Can i stick an sd card in there because a lot of the cameras like this have sd cards locally? They don't have that, but what they are releasing, which i think is nice, is a hub that you can use with these cameras. That'Ll support a flash drive. So you can stick a thumb drive in the side of it up to 64 gigabytes and record locally. You can also upload to the cloud. So if you buy this today, you get free cloud recordings for the rest of the year through december 31st and then there's a monthly fee. For that now the caveat there is that if you only buy this you've got to go with the subscription and i'll explain that at the end, what those different subscription levels are. There is a free plan which will still give you the motion alerts and still allow you to do live streaming um, but you don't get any up uploads to the cloud where you can review those later.
You have to go with one of the plans. The caveat there, though, is, if you have any other xt products, so you're blink, customer ready you get that free cloud support. So, for me, i've got these xt2s all over my house and a couple of the interior cameras as well, and i didn't have to pay anything for my cloud storage. So that's really really nice. The nice thing too about this one is it doesn't require the hub, whereas the xt2, you can support 10 of these on one of those hubs. If you put 11, then you got to get another hub and you've got two hubs running and the hubs are fairly expensive as well they're about 45 for the hub, so it does add quite a bit of cost to it with this one. It connects directly to your wi fi network, there's, no hub required, so you can plug as many of these in as you want at your house and you'll, be in really good shape, connecting to your wi fi and just viewing the content. You know your heart's content, so that's pretty much it for the specifications. Next i'll come back and do a closer look again at all the components because there's a lot going on with this little camera, and i want to show you all the different mounting options. They'Ve really thought it through and then i'll give you the installation procedures and come back at the end and do some of the pros and cons and again there aren't any major negative things about the camera.
But there are a few things that you know when i went through it. I thought well that was interesting. They didn't think about that, or maybe this part of it needed a little bit of tweaking. I will tell you that since i've had it, there were two firmware updates that were delivered to the camera over the air, one of them fixed one of my complaints. I had a complaint that i was thinking about. Like man that's really strange, they don't. Let you do that and the firmware update fixed that so obviously they're listening to customers, feedback and they're making changes, and i love a product that i buy it and i can get a firm firmware update over the air that makes it smarter and makes it better And makes it more advanced, so that's a really cool thing and that's thanks to the internet right. Every everything nowadays is touching the net and updates can go to the camera and be updated over the net, so i'll get into that at the end, but stay tuned and next we'll take a closer look at the camera and all the components that come with it. Inside the package, you'll find the following components: the blink mini camera, a mounting base, a power supply, a power, cable and two mounting screws, and i think it's, a nice touch that they include the mounting screws, because obviously we all have screws around the house that we Can use but knowing i can pop open a box and have everything i need to mount this to a wall and start using it right away is really nice, so there are two screws in there.
You can use to attach it to sheetrock or any wooden wall. In your home, let's take a look at the power supply, it's a standard dc, five volt power supply, much like the ones you use with your phone chargers or other portable devices. This end plugs into the wall. The other side has a usb a connection on it. It'S, a 5 volt dc one amp power supply, which is more than enough power to drive the camera, and you just plug the cable in here plug the other end into the camera and that's all the power you'll need the power. Cable is a seven foot power. Cable it's, very flexible on the one end, is the usb, a connection that plugs into the power supply they included. The other end has the micro usb connection on it and if you look closely at that, connector they've got a collar around the outside of it. That'S got a bit of a shape to it, so it's, not square it's, actually got angled edges on the top up there, and the reason for that is because the power connection on the camera is pretty deep inside the case, and it might be hard to see How the orientation is so by making that cut out the same shape as the actual collar makes it really easy. You can't put this in backwards. It won't actually fit in so just line it up so that the angles are together on the top slide it in and that's.
Basically, the connection you'll make to that and again seven feet. I think it's really nice, that everything's white so kind of blends in really well. As far as the camera goes again, it's a 1080p 30 frames, a second color camera does night vision. It has a little led on the front that'll. Let you know when it detects motion you'll see a blue led come on. There are infrared indicators or should say illuminators on the front that wash that room in infrared light. As far as mounting goes, there are two places you can pop the base on it's. Basically, just pressed fit into the case on the bottom or on the back and the reason that's important is because, if you put it on the back, it's really easy to mount that to a wall, and you have complete movement and pivoting of that camera. You can spin it, you can move it any direction you want, but if you're setting it up on a desk that's the wrong angle, so you can actually pop this on the bottom, and that makes the perfect mounting for a desk where you can put it. You can adjust the angle as necessary, you're in a baby's room, if you can point it towards the crib to keep an eye on the baby, so they give you two mounting options there. As far as the rest of the camera goes on, the top that's, the speaker and the microphone so there's perforations in the cabinet that'll actually pick up audio in and audio out.
So you can hear through this, and you can pick up audio through it on the bottom of the unit. You'Ll see a reset button and that's. If you want to do a factory reset on the unit a lot of times when you set it up, it works just great, but over time. If you have a power failure or your wi fi changes, or you maybe replace a router, you may have to reset the unit you just hold that down with the end of a pencil that will reset the unit that's pretty much it for the camera. Now, with the base, they've done some clever things that i think really took some some thought on their part: you'll notice, pretty quickly that you've got like. I said that pivot, where it can move around and give you the perfect angle for mounting. But in addition to that, when i first got it, i thought well geez. How do i mount this thing? Do i have to drill holes through it to actually mount it, and the first thing i'll point out is the weight in the bottom, so they built that weight in there. So when you've got it on a desk, it's got some weight to it, where it's not going to tip over really easily. But you can pull that weight out if you want, just by pulling back on these two ears that pops out it's about the same size as a quarter, but it's got a good a bit of weight to it.
But you can pop that out. They'Ve also built in nice, rubber padding on the bottom, which will protect. You know, surfaces in your home that are maybe a little bit sensitive to scratching. So having that rubber on there guarantees you can put it down in a nice desk or an end table and not have to worry about it, scratching it, but then i saw these two holes in the bottom. I thought well, how do we get at those holes? That'S kind of interesting: well, you can see that there's a collar here on the outside that pops on it's, just basically press fit on. You can pop that off and there are the mounting holes. So you can mount this to the wall using the screws that are included and then put that collar back on top of it and hide those screw heads so you're not seeing those ugly screw heads mounting on the wall. Then, if you look in the back here, i wondered what that little channel was for and it's really a strain relief for the cable. So when you plug it into the camera, you'll actually run it through this channel and out the back and then pop the collar. On top of it, and that dresses, the cable you've got to make sure you line up this little gap here with the back. But if you line those two up, you can see that the cable can exit the back of that mounting system go through the mounting system and pop out the back, and i thought that was really an extra step.
They took in the design process to address that cable, because otherwise, when you've got the camera snapped on there, if you just uh, if you just basically snap that camera on the base and then plug the cable in the back, you've got this cable coming out. The back that's kind of running across the top of your table by having it go down and through the base it at least dresses it a little bit to keep it nice and clean across the desk. One other thing, i've done in a couple of these cameras is when i've mounted it on a wall. I really wanted to hide the cable completely so i've taken a pair of wire cutters and or an exacto knife and basically cut these little braces out. So this section here and that section above it i've cut those out and that allows me to put the cable through that hole slide it up through that that slot now that i've created by cutting those two pieces out and then put it through the wall. So i can basically mount it to a wall, hide the camera cable through the wall and not even see it once i pop this cover back on so a couple of different ways to mount it, but again they could have just made this a standard base with A couple of holes in it that you'd bolt on the wall but cosmetically that wouldn't have been as appealing. So i think they really spent some time thinking about how people are going to mount this and did their best to make it as attractive as possible and that's pretty much it for everything that comes with the kit.
So it is pretty complete. You can buy this product and literally in about 10 minutes mount it connect it up to the application and be off and running. The configuration of a new blink mini camera is really simple and you'll start on the main screen of the blink application. Tap. The plus sign in the upper right hand corner to bring up the main configuration screen on the next screen: choose mini camera using the camera on your phone scan the qr code of the camera. You'D like to add. Once this code has been scanned, you can either add the new blink mini camera to your existing system or create a new system from scratch. Make this choice now to continue using the cable that came with the kit, connect your new camera up to the power supply and plug that into a nearby wall outlet. Once you see a blinking blue light on the front of that camera tap discover device on the application. The blink application will now locate your camera and once it does, it will ask you to allow it to join your home. Wi fi network click join to start. This pairing process tap the wi fi network you'd like to have the camera join and then enter your password for this network and tap join the blink app will send your credentials to the camera to allow it to log onto your network once connected to that network. It will check to make sure you're on the latest version of firmware and start a firmware update if needed.
Let this process complete to ensure you are up to date on your software as soon as that update completes tap done to start using your new blink mini camera. Now that you know what's included with the kit and we've taken a look at this clever little guy and i've shown you all the design elements amazon's built into it and how to mount it and i've walked you through the installation procedure of how to add it. To the blink application, i wanted to take a minute and talk about the subscription service that's available for this camera, because there seems to be a lot of confusion out there about what the costs are and what you get for those costs and then i'll give you Some pros and cons of the camera itself and how it compares to maybe a couple of other cameras in the market. Just so, you understand exactly what you're getting if you make this purchase, so the subscription service again there's a lot of confusion out. There i've seen a lot of comments on amazon's website about gee. Where did this come from and what's the cost? And what do i get for the cost? Then? Quite honestly, it's a fair question, because if you bought previous blink products like the xt2, there was no subscription service for uploads to the cloud. You could basically upload footage that the camera recorded to the cloud it would keep it for up to 60 days a full 120 hours worth of footage.
Now that doesn't seem like a lot but 120 hours of footage is a lot of footage, so you're getting a really generous plan there. If you have a product that was prior to the blink mini that came out now, where the confusion comes in is the blink mini is the first one that actually has a subscription plan for uploading videos to the cloud and that's a really big advantage, because you Want to have sort of a history of things that took place in your property, especially if you're using these for security cameras, so that if you have to go back two weeks ago and you found something missing, you can go back and actually look at the footage. Around the time, you thought something went missing and see exactly what happened so i'm, a big fan of having cloud uploads so that the footage is up there to protect it and if they steal all the cameras, they're not getting the footage. It'S in the cloud you can retrieve it. The challenge is that it's hard with a camera, this inexpensive to offer free cloud storage. Now the good news is amazon's decided anybody that buys this camera, whether you own any other blink products or not. Until the end of this year, through december 31st 2020, you get free cloud uploads, and that includes up to 120 hours of video footage for up to 60 days and what that means is, if you get to that 60 day, window it's, going to start recording over The oldest recordings you've got uploaded to the cloud, so that gives you a full two months of recordings that you can review and find the information you need.
If it's older than 60 days, it's going to be gone because you're recording over top of it and again 120 hours now that's free until the end of the year at the end of the year, if you own these cameras and don't own anything else, you can Decide at that point, is it worth my time? Is it worth my money to be paying for that every month and if you decide it isn't the camera doesn't go dead. It still gives you motion alerts to let you know things are moving around in your house and you can do live streaming through it. So if you get a motion alert, you can turn it on and you can see what's going on in that room, but there's. No cloud uploads at that point, the one option you do have which hasn't been released yet, but i think it's going to be a cool product and i can't wait to get my hands on. It is there's a new version of the hub which is used for the xt products that has a usb port on the side of it that you can slide a flash drive into a thumb, drive into up to 64 gigabytes and record locally in your house, and You can review those on your phone in your home on your own wi fi network or, if you're away from your home over the internet. So it gives you local storage up to 64 gigabytes of it, of the cameras that are in your home and i think, that's a really cool option and that's something that's unique out there today.
A lot of the other cameras that are out there have an sd card slot in the back, where you can record that camera footage. But if a bad guy comes in and sees the camera and he robs your house and he takes the camera with them. All that stuff goes with them, so uploading it to the clouds the safest. The next safest is to hide that up someplace in your house, so if he steals the camera or she steals the camera, let me be equal here. If she steals the camera, he steals the camera. The video footage is still on that flash drive buried somewhere in your house, so it's a safe way to go all right. So if you decide you don't want the cloud service and you haven't bought the hub. You can still use the promotion alerts and streaming, but if you decide after that test period that you really like those cloud uploads, there are two plans that amazon offers the basic plan and the plus plan and the big difference between them is the price number one. The basic plan is three dollars per camera per month for the year, so basically it's 36 bucks. If you pay it monthly, i think it's 30, if you buy it all in one time, but that covers one camera now, if you have a couple of these around your home – and i promise you these things multiply, like rabbits you're gon na have a bunch of Them around your house, you can put unlimited number of cameras for ten dollars a month, so i guess the math would be if you buy three of these go for the plus plan.
In addition to that, with the plus plan, you get a 10 discount off any other blink products you buy through amazon, which is a pretty good savings because again 90 camera, you save nine bucks on it. You also get an extended warranty and all your blink products, while you're on that plan, which is a really nice deal, because if you've got this camera a couple of years and all of a sudden it blinks out, no pun intended you've got a warranty on it. So amazon's going to take care of you, so i think the plus plan for people that are serious about this that don't own these guys is a really good way to go. I don't think 10 a month is a lot if you've got six cameras set up in your home and you really want to take care of keeping track of that footage and uploading to the cloud. So those are basically the three subscriptions. You can have there's the free one where you get the alerts and you get streaming video uh to an echo device or to your phone. If you go with the basic plan, you can upload for three dollars a month. You can upload one camera 120 hours, 60 days of storage. If you go with the plus plan, you can upload all your cameras. 60 days of storage, 120 hours of footage, so those are the three plans explained all right now: the pros and cons.
I love this guy. I think they did a really good job putting this together. I think they were clever with the mounting. I think they did everything right as the security camera goes. One of the downsides, which i saw a lot of complaints on the website and that's something they can fix by the way, is that it doesn't do continuous recording. So, if you're thinking of using this as a baby monitor – which a lot of people like to do, they'll put it on the counter and watch the baby, which is a great thing, we did it with our kids too. But back then the cameras were really really ancient, so they didn't do a good job. This one won't work more than 30 seconds, so it's something you've got every 30 seconds to hit the continue button on it, which can be a bit of a pain. Now that that can be fixed through firmware matter of fact, one of the things i was going to complain about and i'll tell you about in a minute they fixed through firmware already, because people complained about it, they heard about it and they fixed it in firmware. So you get an over the air update for the firmware which implements a lot of these new features and, just as a side note, i think that's, so cool you're buying a product that can forever be upgraded when new features and functions come out so i'm buying A product that essentially gets smarter over time just by them pushing firmware to it so that's something they can fix with firmware.
I think they've probably heard from enough people that they'd love to have the option to have continuous monitoring on this, to use it as a baby, monitor that they'll enable it down the road. I can't say that for sure, but that's something that's easy to fix through programming. The other thing people want which i guess you're used to if you're running a security system in your home most of the security systems, do what i'll call the brady bunch screen where you've got a bunch of cameras, maybe three by three or four by four or Two by two, where you can see all the cameras at once through one application or on your computer. This can't do this. This is a one camera view at a time, so on your phone, you can only view one of these. You got to shut it down. Go to the next camera go to the next camera. You can't view multiples. At the same time, a lot of people are asking for that and again it's not going to be that hard to put a checkerboard system together. That can view all the cameras. Now. The reason i think they don't do either one of those two things is because the software was developed for the xt line of products and remember they run on batteries. So, having continuous recording from the camera is going to drain the electrons out of those batteries really quickly and the camera's going to die, so i think they built it to say.
You may have forgotten to turn that off. We don't want to run the batteries drive. So after 30 seconds we're going to ask, are you sure you want to continue to stream video and you're going to say? Yes, this is a different animal. The use case internally in the house is different for this than it is for an exterior camera. So i bet they fixed that we'll see. The other thing i wanted to talk about was local storage versus the hub storage. Now i said a minute ago, i called it brilliant because i think it's the first time, i've seen it for many of the major camera manufacturers out there. Most camera companies like this like wise and a few others that are in this space, have an sd card. In the back of it, so a micro sd card slides in the back of the unit, and you can record footage locally, that's good for certain circumstances. This doesn't have that on there it's going to raise the cost of it and really involved a little bit more advanced programming to record it locally as well, but they chose not to do that. The advantage, though, is they're giving you that hub, which is that central recording point where all the cameras are going to throw their data. So i like that better because i got that hub protected somewhere else, as i mentioned a minute ago, if a bad guy breaks into your home and sees the security camera grabs, it rips the micro usb cord out of the back and takes it with him as A souvenir all the footage is on here so that's, not a good thing.
Blink doesn't do that blink either uploads it to the cloud or uploads it to the cloud and stores it to that hub. Now that hub's coming and i can't wait to get my hands on that and start testing it, because i think that's a great addition. Now you may that's just something to know, because if you want to have local recording on the camera, you've got to find one with an sd card in it. The only other thing that drove me a little bit crazy initially and they fixed it through firmware – and i promise you i didn't even complain about this – is that the infrared illuminator inside here it's, an infrared led that throws out infrared light to illuminate an area so That the night vision can pick it up better it's, basically washing the area in infrared light. You couldn't turn that off, so it can either be on or auto and and the problem is that that's fine, if it's an interior camera and you're looking at a room, because you can't really see it it's infrared light. We can't pick that up, but if you're trying to look through a window, it doesn't work. So it gives you like a black screen, so people that had these like on a windowsill looking at their garden with the infrared light on all the time it washed it out so now in the software they give you the option to turn it off to turn It on or have it turn automatically on when it gets dark, so the camera senses when it's nighttime and turns on the ir illuminator.
I think that's great, that they did that they've also added the ability to sort of set the intensity of that ir. Now, if you're in the house and you're looking at a room, you want to have it on full. So have it all the way up to the highest setting? Because you want to wash that room in as much ir as possible to be able to see even the smallest of movements in that room. But you have a choice of like high, medium or low and you can make that adjustment to fit your needs. In the house, so those are really the only things i would complain about. I'Ve seen other complaints about the cord being too short, it's a seven foot cord i mean if you can't, find an outlet within seven feet of the camera. You can always buy an extension amazon sells those. The other cool thing is that, because it's, a micro, usb connection on the back that's a really standard connection, some of the cameras out there use a proprietary cable which drives me nuts, because everything nowadays is either a lightning cable. If you're apple micro, usb, which is an older standard or usbc, which is the newest standard, i love the fact that it's a micro usb connection, because, if you're mounting this newer computer or there's some other electronics that have a usb port on it, you can plug It directly in your computer and you can power the camera from that, so you don't even need the wall outlet.
At that point, you could also power it from a battery bank. So if you've got a battery bank – and you want to set it up in the backyard because you've got a chipmunk problem like we do and you just love the look of those chipmunks running around your backyard, i can set this up on my wall in the Garden put a battery bank on the wall next to it and run this thing, for you know four or five days on that battery bank, so a lot of different options you can play with, but pretty much that's it for today now as part of this review, If you've lasted this long, because i know it's a little bit longer than most of my reviews – we're going to actually give one of these away i'm going to put one of these out in the mail to some lucky winner after you've entered the contest. And again, we like to do contests that are super simple to enter. We don't like to make you jump through hoops and do all kinds of complicated things so to enter the contest. If you look down below in the comments, you'll see a link when you click that link it'll, bring up a form, we ask for your email address and your subscriber name. I promise you we're not going to keep those email addresses we're, not one of those channels that likes to harvest email addresses and are gon na hit you with a barrage of emails every month, we're not gon na.
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