D-Link launches 3 new home security cameras and redesigned app

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D-Link is launching 3 new home security cameras that will be available on May 22nd. Along with a new camera lineup, the my D-Link app gets a refresh as well, supposedly making it easier to use. The entire lineup also moves into 2018 adding compatibility with Google Assistant, Alexa, and IFTTT. They all feature HD video, although the entry-level DCS-8010LH only does 720p HD. Here’s a rundown of all three cameras features and what to expect:

DCS-8010LH – $59.99USD

  • HD Quality Video – Rich detail and crisp image quality
  • Sound and Motion Detection – Push alert notifications when loud noises or movement is detected
  • Local and Cloud Recording options – Recording based on event triggers and schedules. Store video on SD card or for free for 24-hours or choose a subscription plan to extend retrieval times.
  • Local Recording – MicroSD/SDXC card slot for local recording based on event triggers, schedules or continuously
  • Night Vision – See up to 16 feet in complete darkness with built-in IR LEDs
  • Remote Viewing – View on your iPhone, iPad or Android device with the my D-Link app
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DCS-8300LH – $89.99USD

  • 1080p HD Quality Video– Rich detail and crisp image quality
  • Two-Way Audio – Have real-time two-way conversations.
  • Sound and Motion Detection – Push alert notifications when loud noises or movement is detected
  • Local and Cloud Recording options – Recording based on event triggers and schedules. Store video on SD card or for free for 24-hours or choose a subscription plan to extend retrieval times.
  • Night Vision – See up to 16 feet in complete darkness with built-in IR LEDs
  • Remote Viewing – View on your iPhone, iPad, or Android devices with the my D-Link app
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DCS-8525LH – $99.99USD

  • 1080p HD Quality Video – Rich detail and crisp image quality
  • Pan & Tilt Functionality – Cover wider areas of your home with a few simple gestures
  • Two-Way Audio – Have real-time two-way conversations.
  • Sound and Motion Detection – Push alert notifications when loud noises or movement is detected
  • Local and Cloud Recording options – Recording based on event triggers and schedules. Store video on SD card or for free for 24-hours or choose a subscription plan to extend retrieval times.
  • Wide Angle Viewing – See more with a 114-degree field of view
  • Night Vision – See up to 16 feet in complete darkness with built-in IR LEDs
  • Remote Viewing – View on your iPhone, iPad, or Android devices with the my D-Link app
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What do you think of these latest cameras from D-Link? Let us know in the comments below or on Google+, Twitter, or Facebook.

Last Updated on May 12, 2018.

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