Even though this isn't a doorbell per se, it shares many similarities with the "HSDB2" Hikvision Doorbell and is rebadged by some of the same folks. I've been after something like this for a long time. I currently have a "Nightwatcher" floodlight camera I bought many years back at Costco. It still works fine (even has nifty motion-following motorized tracking) but the built-in camera is VGA and only records to a MicroSD card. Also not a great FOV so sometimes it misses things because the motion detect->swivel takes too long. I figured with the entry of the Ring floodlight camera that Hikvision might create something similar and alas they have (it even has some of the same specs--110db siren and a lens with a 140deg FOV). Looks like it was released last year. But there is no discussion here or elsewhere on the web about this camera. So I thought I'd start a thread and share what info I've found. I found the RCA HSFLC1 late last year on Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/RCA-Security-Flood-Light-Camera/dp/B07CJW32HQ) and put it on my wishlist. But at $179 it was a little too spendy for me to take a chance on. I figured it was a Hik though because I also found a LaView version (https://www.amazon.com/LaView-Floodlight-Motion-Activated-Security-Two-Way/dp/B07L1DD15H) for the same price--with a black housing being the only outward difference. Now as usual, RCA states in the Q&A section of the amazon listing that there is no ONVIF/RTSP support, but I knew to take that with a grain of salt since they say that about their doorbells too and it's obviously not the case (at least for RTSP). I was reassured when I looked at LaView's site. In their list of FAQs it states: I wanted the RCA though because of the white housing. Brandsmart currently has it on sale for $129.88, and if you buy it from their ebay store then it's free shipping, so I pulled the trigger on Monday and it just arrived this morning. In the meantime I found it (and the LaView version) on the FCC registry and found the "external photos" interesting in that they show a black camera with a blue M logo (HSFLC1 LED Floodlight with Wi-Fi Camera External Photos APPENDIX 1 Voxx Accessories Corp.). I didn't recognize the logo, but just this morning I pulled up the LaView version on Amazon and saw in the "Customers who viewed this item also viewed" section the version with that logo! It's called the Momentum Aria (https://www.amazon.com/Momentum-Outdoor-Floodlight-Motion-Activated-Security/dp/B079338W77), and best I can figure is that Momentum is either another rebadger or perhaps even a subsidiary of Hikvision itself. (EDIT: Browsing the user manual and app for the Momentum version, they charge for cloud access and their app doesn't look like the usual Hikvision clone apps, so I would stay away from that one and stick with the RCA or Laview). Thanks to chadsturgill's posts about the HSDB2 doorbell I was able to get the RTSP stream set up on Blue Iris. Similar to the HSDB2 there is no accessible web interface, but I can pull it up in Hikvision's iVMS-4200 software. For reference: The RTSP URL is rtsp://ipaddress/Streaming/Channels/101/ Username is admin and the password is the "Verification code" printed on the white label on the right side of the camera housing (where the QR setup code is). The problem I am having is that the video in BI is not stable--it frequently gets stuck and loses contact, resuming it 10-30 seconds later. I read about people having that issue with the HSDB2 also, and I think I read that a firmware update fixed it. Indeed there is a new firmware available for the HSFLC1 (mine shipped with 5.2.4 build 180605 and build 180725 is showing as available. I haven't installed it yet because it mentions adding a logo to the video and I don't really want that. But I may have no choice unless the jerky BI video is a WiFi issue (haven't investigated that yet). EDIT: My UniFi controller reports the floodlight cam signal strength is at 99% / -48dbM, so it appears that is not the problem. EDIT2: Video is stable in BI as of now. Not sure if the cam just needed time to settle in or if I changed something that made it work. I did lower the framerate to 12fps using iVMS-4200 at one point, so maybe that was it. I can try more experimenting later, but before I do I want to see if I can keep this thing stable for a while. Looks promising though! I would feel a lot better about flashing the firmware if I could dump the existing FW or find a copy of it out on the net. No such luck though. Looks like LaView may have even newer firmware (their FAQ shows a photo of a build 180913). Anyway, that's enough for now. Anyone else seen or used one of these before?