The registration documents contain some technical details alongside a breakdown of the cylindrical camera unit. The images show the black variant (though a white model will also supposedly be available) both with and without a battery unit. The battery adds some considerable length to the camera if you’re not looking to buy the wired version.
According to a warning sticker on the camera unit, it’ll also come equipped with some strong magnets, which likely have something to do with how the camera itself is mounted. A diagram on the FCC documents also confirms that the new Philips cameras will support Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and Zigbee standards. Bluetooth may be limited to the setup process here, but Zigbee’s inclusion — which is used across all Philips Hue products — at least implies it can be incorporated into the wider Hue ecosystem.
There’s currently no confirmed pricing for any of the camera models, though previous reports suggest the wired Hue camera will retail for around €199.95 (about $218). The battery-powered variant should be a little more expensive at around €249.95 (about $272). We might learn more next week if Philips officially unveils these new cameras at the IFA consumer electronics trade show, which is running from September 1st to September 5th.