11 thoughts on “Logitech Circle View Doorbell – First Impressions

  • You can actually disable the Night Vision Light from always being enabled to always disabled.

    • I needed to turn off the Night Vision Light because it was causing the Camera to keep dropping out when it was on. I guess I barely had enough power. It’s an old house and doorbell.

      • It’s not hard to upgrade the transformer that sends power down the wires to your door bell. The power rating is specified by Logitech.

      • How did you turn off the light?

        • its under the HomeKit device settings

          • It’s under the cameras settings in the HK app.

            Toggle off Night Vision Light

  • How fast is the notification if you notify on person detection. How does it compare to the nest?

  • I installed this myself. It works well and is fast. It’s only about 8 ft from one of my 3 wireless access points (an AirPort Extreme ac). I’ve had the connection drop a few times already for short periods of time, around 5 minutes. It’s been about 30° in Ohio this week, and I’m not sure if the weather is playing a role, or it’s just the Wi-Fi getting through the wall/window in the front of the house. Overall, I’m very happy with the product. The ability to have 2 video feeds simultaneously with this camera is a welcome upgrade from what I’m used to with my (2) Logitech Circle 2’s with HomeKit Secure video.

  • Does this have a soft exterior chime when the button is pressed?

    Will you be reviewing the Netatmo? It sure looks a lot nicer than this Logitech, tho I don’t believe it has video storage to the cloud.

    • Drew, yes it doe have a chime at the bell when you press it.

  • Thank you for the review. I was interested in your feature comparisons between the Logitech doorbell and the Nest. It seems that, feature-wise, Nest has a bit of an edge. Is it that the Next doesn’t integrate with Homekit at all, or just not cleanly, or must work in tandem with Google?

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