D-Link introduces new smart home HD Wi-Fi cameras

D-Link introduces new smart home HD Wi-Fi cameras
D-Link is adding two Wi-Fi security cameras to its product portfolio – the DSC-8000LH Mini HD Wi-Fi Camera and the DCS-8100LH HD 180 Degree Wi-Fi Camera.

Both models support 720p HD video recording and wide-angle viewing, with built-in IR LED to enable five meters of night vision. The Mini HD model offers a wide120-degree view while the other camera offers a 180-degree view.

Just like similar products in the market, the two cameras can detect sound and motions. When detecting something unusual, they will send push notifications to users, besides triggering video recording, saving the footage in a local microSD card or in the cloud.

Both cameras support Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa platforms. Users may also leverage IFTTT to personalize their smart home experiences. Possible commands include “Hey Google, show me the outdoor camera on my TV.”

The products are available now in Australia and New Zealand. The Mini HD Wi-Fi Camera costs US$199.95 while the HD 180 Degree costs US$149.94.

“The Mini HD Wi-Fi Camera is classic D-Link home security – a stylistic and aesthetically pleasing design that allows it to easily fit in with its surroundings while remaining packed with all the necessary features for any home or space that you need to keep an extra set of eyes on,” said Graeme Reardon, the managing director at D-Link ANZ.

Although better known for its networking products, D-Link has invested great time and effort in home security cameras. Just recently, its Omna 180 Cam HD was named “2018 Home Security Camera Product of the Year” by IoT Breakthrough, an independent organization that identifies well-performing companies in the IoT sector.

As an Apple HomeKit-compatible camera, the Omna 180 Cam HD features wide- angle lens for “wall-to-wall” coverage, 1080p Full HD resolution, two-way audio and night vision.
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