D-Link recently released two new additions to its lineup of Wi-Fi camera. The new lineup consist of HD Wi-Fi Camera (DCS-936L) and HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (DCS-5030L). This move comes as the popular networking maker aims to bring more affordable options to consumers.
The HD Wi-Fi Camera (DCS-936L) features a 720p camera with 4x digital zoom, and can record continuous, scheduled, or detection triggered video on a microSD card (up to 128GB). It also features a Wi-Fi signal locator to help you choose the best place to place the camera for an optimal connection, remote viewing through the mydlink Lite app, and it’s the cheapest of the three cameras, coming in at just $79.
Switching over to the DSC-5030L, this new camera has a built-in motor that allows for full pan and tilt capabilities directly from your smartphone. Users will be able to see 340-degrees side-to-side and 110-degrees top to bottom. D-Link hopes that this will help to eliminate frustrating blind spots that can occur. Additional features include 720p HD video, local recording (128GB) and motion/sound detection.
The HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (DCS-5030L) has all the same specifications as the HD Wi-Fi Camera, but includes 340 degree pan and 110 degree tilt capability, allowing you to remotely change the angle of your camera. That sole feature comes at a premium, with the HD Pan & Tilt Camera coming in at $139.
You can purchase the HD Wi-Fi Camera and the HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera from D-Link and other online retailers today.