Monday , November 19 2018 Ausdroid » News » DLink announces new WiFi cameras with cloud and local recording options


We’re living in a wired world, and security cameras are a part of that. DLink has today announced two new WiFi cameras in their LH range, with the the DCS-8300LH Full HD Wi-Fi Camera and DCS-8525LH Full HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera.

The cameras offer the convenience of both local recording via a microSD card, or cloud recording through the enhanced mydlink App available in Google Play.

Cloud recording options are available at a range of levels, from free with rolling 24 hour storage through to 30 days for their Premium accounts.

Free Basic Premium Pro
Video clip recording period Rolling 24-hours 7-Days 14-Days 30-Days
Number of Supported Cameras Up to
3 Cameras
Up to
3 Cameras
Up to
5 Cameras
Up to
10 Cameras
Monthly Fee 0 USD$2.49 USD$4.99 USD$9.99
Annual Fee 0 USD$24.99 USD$49.99 USD$99.99

Users can set motion alerts in the app for notification if something moves in front of the camera, or simply turn them off for complete privacy with a simple tap in the app.

The cameras feature a bunch of features including integration with smart home devices like Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa and IFTTT. Two-way audio allows you to communicate through the app to the camera and a wide field of view on the cameras, as well as the pan & tilt function on the DCS8525 allow you to get a great view of what’s happening in your home or business.

Specs:

Full HD Wi-Fi Camera
(DCS-8300LH)
Full HD Pan &Tilt Wi-Fi Camera
(DCS-8525LH)
Full HD 1080p
2-way audio
137° FOV Pan/Tilt: 340°/110°
Sound and motion detection
5 metre night vision
Cloud and local recording
Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, IFTTT


D-Link ANZ MD Graeme Reardon said,

These two new Full HD Wi-Fi cameras as well as the new and enhanced mydlink app show our commitment to ongoing advancement of our products and services, in terms of both functionality and ease of use. Not only are there now affordable Cloud Recording options to support these cameras and ensure a more seamless Connected Home experience, but the customisation settings raise the bar to another level.

The new cameras are available now through Dlinks online stores at dlink.com.au and dlink.co.nz as well as through retailers and resellers. The Full HD Wi-Fi Camera (DCS-8300LH) is priced at AUD229.95/NZ$279.99, while the Full HD Pan &Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (DCS-8525LH) is priced at AUD$249.95/NZ$299.99.

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