D-Link Wireless Pan and Tilt Day/Night Network Surveillance Camera with mydlink-Enabled (DCS-5010L)

View more, do more, and protect more with the clarity and mobile control of D-Link’s Pan & Tilt Day/Night Network Camera (DCS-5010L). Product Features Pan & Tilt – Remotely Pan and Tilt live video and keep an eye on a larger area Night Vision – View up to 26 feet in total darkness Motion Detection

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View more, do more, and protect more with the clarity and mobile control of D-Link’s Pan & Tilt Day/Night Network Camera (DCS-5010L).

Product Features

  • Pan & Tilt – Remotely Pan and Tilt live video and keep an eye on a larger area
  • Night Vision – View up to 26 feet in total darkness
  • Motion Detection – Enhanced email alerting based on motion sensing technology
  • Remote Viewing – Free remote live video viewing on mobile devices and web browsers with mydlink
  • Wireless/Ethernet – Secure connection for flexible placement

Comments

Lon J. Seidman "lonseidman@gmail .com" says:

Excellent camera for the price – Use of D-Link service completely optional Wireless cameras are a dime a dozen these days but good cameras are often much harder to find.This one certainly ranks up with the best I’ve tried. It’s not because of its video quality (it has a low 640×480 resolution), but it’s because D-Link gives you options for how to use it and connect it to the Internet. You can use their free MyDlink service or simply “roll your own” and have the camera communicate directly with an FTP or email server without the need to use D-Link’s services. You can even do a combination of the two.The pan and tilt camera has a built in web server that gives you complete control of camera settings independently of the MyDlink service. There are also third party apps that will connect to the camera (again outside of D-Link’s services) to bring added flexibility.D-Link even offers a very robust (and free) security application that allows you to string up dozens of these things into a single…

Anonymous says:

I really thought D-Link might have something here — a quality pan/tilt IP camera at a good price — but sadly, in the end, no.The camera is attractive as far as these things go. In the end, it looks much like all the other PTZ IP cameras out there, but not *just* like them, so kudos to D-Link for that. So many other cameras in this class are obviously just purchased off commodity Far East assembly lines and affixed with the seller’s logo, but are exactly the same inside and out. Perhaps we’ll eventually see cameras that look like this from everyone else, but for now the design seems unique to D-Link and that’s good. The camera is lightweight but doesn’t feel too cheap, with decent plastics and material. It comes with a mount and the usual Ethernet cable for setup (plus power adapter, of course). No documentation other than a quick start guide, but a full manual written in actual English is available for download. So far so good.My hope was the software…

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