D-Link, a provider of unified networking solutions for small organizations, unveils four high definition (HD) Internet protocol (IP) cameras—the DCS-6113/6112 dome cameras and the DCS-3710/3112 box cameras—that expand its professional surveillance offerings.
The D-Link DCS-6113/6112 cameras feature full HD two-megapixel resolution and flexible mounting options, making them adept for indoor locations, the company says. The D-Link DCS-6113/6112 dome cameras offer excellent value, a small footprint and full HD resolution, perfect for inward looking interior locations such as hospitals, says Vance Kozik, D-Link’s director of product marketing, IP Surveillance.
The DCS-3710/3112 cameras offer greater lens flexibility, high resolution and flexible connectivity, making them proficient megapixel cameras for organizations looking to upgrade their current surveillance solutions. The D-Link DCS-3710/3112 box cameras feature Sony Exmor image sensors, which offer sharp megapixel resolution while still maintaining low noise performance in low light scenes, Kozik adds.
All four cameras include D-ViewCAM video management software (VMS), a comprehensive surveillance system designed to centrally manage multiple IP cameras, the company says. The cameras are also Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF)-compliant, making them interoperable with a wide range of third-party VMS solutions.
The DCS-6113 and DCS-6112 full HD fixed dome cameras feature two megapixel, full 1080p HD resolution and H.264 compression, enabling high-quality video footage to be recorded and stored via the network, Internet or the built-in micro SD card slot, D-Link says. Suited for interior locations, both cameras are equipped with a three-axis gimbal for flexible observation area adjustment, and power over ethernet (PoE), according to the company.
The DCS-3710 and DCS-3112 HD day and night network cameras are megapixel box cameras suited for CCTV system integrators and IT professionals looking to upgrade their current surveillance solution, supporting analog out and video motion detection, D-Link says. Both cameras capture HD video at resolutions of up to 1280 x 720/1280 x 1024 with frame rates up to 30 fps, and allow for multiple independent video streams, including H.264, MPEG-4 and MJPEG video.