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D-Link ANZ launches new full HD 180-degree Wi-Fi camera

13 Jul 17

D-Link ANZ have launched their newest mydlink-enabled Wi-Fi Camera, the DCS-2530L Full HD 180-Degree Wi-Fi Camera. The camera offers a 180-degree field of view, so users can monitor an entire room in 1080p video quality with fewer blind spots. Using de-warping technology, the ultra-wide 180-degree angle lens is able to take a “fish eye” view and transform it into a more viewable video stream with less distortion.

The Full HD 180-Degree Wi-Fi Camera also features a built-in microSDXC card slot (for cards up to 128GB), providing users more flexibility, allowing the recording of video locally to the camera without impacting network or Internet bandwidth. Users can choose different options for recording based on event trigger, schedule or continuous recording for more control on what or when to record. In addition, live video streaming can be easily accessed and managed from anywhere using the free mydlink lite app for iOS, Android and Windows, all with no recurring monthly subscription fees.

D-Link ANZ MD Graeme Reardon said, “Users of the new DCS-2530L can enjoy monitoring their home in full high definition video with the widest viewing angle available at a full 180-degrees, so not only can you see and monitor more of your home with a single camera, you can receive alerts via your mobile device wherever you are in the world, and see what’s going on via the free mydlink lite app.”

The DCS-2530L also features a night-vision mode allow for up to 5 metres of viewing in total darkness. Along with simple push button setup, the camera has a handy Wi-Fi Signal Locator, an LED that helps users place the camera in optimal range within their Wi-Fi network for reliable streaming and recording.

The DCS-2530L is available now from for NZ$399.99, for AUD$299.95 and from all authorised D-Link retailers and resellers in Australia and New Zealand.

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