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For me, a wireless doorbell with no camera will be just fine, especially if it truly has excellent audio.
I'm already quite happy with a pair of Pro 2 cameras (though I do wish the Alexa integration was improved) and it's very likely I will buy the doorbell and wireless chime, and the security lights also interest.
But I'd really like to know more about the networking architecture. For instance, is that a new base station I see being advertised with the doorbell/camera bundle? Can the Bridge that's available with lights also extend the range of the doorbell and/or Pro 2 cams?
The little round base is just another base aimed at lower cost. Any of the bases will work with the doorbell. There's no extenders to be had, just second bases or bridges to improve signal for specific devices.
As for disabling the call after a doorbell press, I don't think it's possible.
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