mydlink™ Cloud Services: the easiest way to monitor your home
Connecting a camera to your network and accessing it has traditionally required complex configuration. mydlink™ Cloud Services makes it easy to access your camera from wherever you are, whenever it’s convenient for you. A step-by-step guide has your camera up and running in a matter of minutes. Then via a simple website you can set up a mydlink™ account allowing you to view and manage your camera from any Internet connected computer. If you have more than one camera, you can add it to your existing mydlink™ account and watch all your cameras from a single location. Accessing your cameras on the go is easy too. Just download the free mydlink™ app for your iPhone®, iPad® or Android™ devices and you can quickly and easily view your camera feed from anywhere with a wireless or 3G connection. If you have multiple cameras, you can download the mydlink™+ app which allows you to monitor up to 4 cameras on one screen on your tablet.
24/7 HD surveillance
These Cloud Cameras have a megapixel image sensor to give you high-quality snapshots and video with resolutions of up to 720p HD. This gives you sharp, high-resolution snapshots and videos with rich detail. Get a closer look with ePTZ, which lets you zoom in, zoom out, and pan across so you can survey a large area easily. An infrared cut removable (ICR) filter is also built into these Cloud Cameras, which blocks infared light during the day for improved image quality. At night, it moves out of the way to use all available light for low-light surveillance, and paired with the IR LED illuminator, these cameras can monitor an area even in complete darkness.
Built for the outdoors
The Power over Ethernet Camera allows you to connect to your network and power it through a single cable, simplifying deployment and doing away with the need for a nearby power outlet. The Wireless Camera is good for those places where a power source is readily available, but running a network would be difficult or unsightly, for instance, to a shed or garage. Both cameras offer you HD quality and are built for outdoor use, these cameras have an IP-65 weatherproof housing that protects it from dust and rain.
If you have a mydlink™ enabled Cloud Router, setting up and configuring your Cloud Camera is easy, thanks to Zero Configuration. Simply connect your camera to its power adapter and then connect your camera to your Cloud Router with an Ethernet cable - the camera will automatically be added to your mydlink™ account. Setting up cameras has never been so easy.
Built for versatility
These Cloud Cameras come with a wealth of features that enhance its surveillance capabilities, making it ideal for any situation. A passive infrared (PIR) sensor detects motion near the camera, allowing it to automatically record video and send you a notification when motion is detected. A built-in microphone and speaker allow for 2-way communication, which is ideal for use in entryways.
A complete, surveillance solution
These HD Cloud Cameras are self-sufficient surveillance solutions, capable of recording snapshots and video to a micro SD card without requiring a PC or network storage device. If you want to expand your surveillance options, D-View Cam management software is also included, giving you the ability to manage up to 32 cameras with a robust set of features, including multi-camera views and automated e-mail alerts to keep you informed of suspicious or unusual activities.
• 1/4” Megapixel CMOS progressive sensor
• Fixed lens: 3.45 mm F2.0
• IP-65 weatherproof housing
• Built-in microphone and speaker for 2-way
• Built-in infrared-cut removable (ICR) filter for all-day
• Built-in IR LED illuminator for use in dark areas
• ONVIF compliant
• micro SD/SDHC Card slot for onboard storage*
• Wireless N
Image & Video:
• HD resolution (1280 x 720) and up to 1M (1280 x 800)
• H.264, MPEG-4 and Motion JPEG compression
• ePTZ viewing
• Simultaneous multi-stream support
• Privacy Mask feature
• Supports multiple access lists
• Built-in Samba client for saving to a NAS
* micro SD/SDHC Card not included
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