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D-Link’s Cloud Camera 5000 Now Available

The camera enables users to monitor an office anywhere, anytime, with an iPhone, iPad or Android device

D-Link, an integrator of wireless IP Surveillance and cloud-based networks, says its Cloud Camera 5000 (DCS-5222L) is now available.

The Cloud Camera 5000 offers a round-the-clock surveillance solution with 720p high definition recording, smooth pan/tilt and digital zoom functionality, integrated motion-sensing and night-vision technology.

Joining D-Link’s line of Cloud Cameras, the Cloud Camera 5000 enables users to monitor an office anywhere, anytime, with an iPhone, iPad or Android device with the free mydlink app. The camera includes a microSD card slot for recording snapshots or video without the need for a computer or separate network storage drive.

The new Cloud Camera 5000 offers an effective, affordable surveillance solution for an office that can be up and running in no time, says Daniel Kelley, D-Link’s associate vice president of marketing. The camera’s new capabilities, including remote pan and tilt, the clarity of HD 720p video and on camera recording of video to advanced night vision technology, he said, adding the Cloud Camera 5000 providers control.

The Cloud Camera 5000 features a high quality 1.0 lux CMOS sensor that provides exceptional picture quality even in low-light conditions, D-Link says. The camera also has built-in Ethernet and Wireless N connectivity options for flexible placement, and it enables users to remotely adjust and control the camera’s view to see up to 340 degrees, the company says. It delivers 720p high-definition video at speeds of up to 30 frame per second providing crisp and clear live HD video streams, the firm says.

In addition the motorized pan/tilt controls and 4x digital zoom enables users to monitor a large area and zoom to view fine details, and the Passive Infra-red (PIR) sensor detects movement in the area and can trigger an email alert and video recordings, D-Link says.