Predators don’t really have a favorite season. If the opportunity is there, they are more than willing to brave the rain and snow to break into your home. If you want to stay safe year-round, you’ll need an all-weather home security solution.
D-Link has a little something that can withstand rain, sleet and sun. However, the newly announced DCS-2330L Outdoor HD Cloud Camera isn’t just an interesting solution because it can live outside. It’s also accessible from almost anywhere.
That “cloud” part should have clued you in. The DCS-2330L uses your home network to connect to the mydlink portal. Once it’s hooked up, download the free app for a peek at streaming video from any web-connected PC, notebook, iPhone, iPad, or Android device. The company also offers additional remote capabilities via mydlink+ and the free mydlink Lite app. Some of those extras include pinch-to-zoom viewing, push notifications of motion alerts, two-way audio, and video playback from cameras that have a microSD/SDHC slot.
Also worth noting is that this camera can do 720p HD video and has night vision up to 15 feet in complete darkness. Other features include IP65 weatherproof housing, a -13 to 113-degree (Fahrenheit) operating temperature range, and motion sensing technology with email alerts.
“With the release of the Outdoor HD Cloud Camera, we are taking our leadership position and continuing to provide customers with a feature-rich security and monitoring experience at a great value,” said Ken Loyd, director of consumer product marketing at D-Link Systems, Inc. “Leveraging our free mydlink service and mobile apps, D-Link’s Cloud Cameras deliver industry-leading solutions for DIY surveillance and monitoring, without a monthly fee.”
D-Link is shipping the DCS-2330L Outdoor HD Cloud Camera now, with an MSRP of $179.99.
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