D-Link reveals a couple of new Wi-Fi cameras for your home


When it comes to peace of mind, just how much of a price are you willing to pay? Some of us with plenty of means might even hire a bunch of security guards to patrol the premises throughout the day as well as night, while majority of the higher income bracket are just fine with a range of CCTVs to get the job done. DIY enthusiasts who love putting things together might want to check out D-Link’s latest efforts in securing your home or room with a couple of mydlink-enabled Wi-Fi Cameras, which would arrive in the form of the HD Wi-Fi Camera (DCS-936L) and the HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (DCS-5030L). These new Wi-Fi Cameras are said to offer advanced video monitoring features without breaking the bank, while boasting of a wide viewing angle, motion and sound detection alerts, local recording, and 720 HD video quality.

The new HD Wi-Fi Camera (DCS-936L) will come equipped with a Wi-Fi signal locator right out of the box, where it allows users to determine the best camera placement, making sure that reliable Wi-Fi connectivity is always there for optimal streaming and recording. Not only that, the HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (DCS-5030L) will also enable users to remotely control viewing angles. In other words, one can enjoy a 340 degree pan and 110 degree tilt range, which will certainly go a long way in getting rid of blind spots and at the same time, enjoy a wide viewing area.

Shared features between the two Wi-Fi Cameras will include HD 720p video quality and 4x digital zoom, so that users can go about their monitoring process in far richer detail. It also has responsive recording that enables the cameras to automatically begin recording to a local microSD card when motion or sound is detected, or to have it based on a schedule or continuously, so that users are able to customize their surveillance recordings as and when required.

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