Saturday, April 20, 2024

D-Link intros high-res DCS-8000 series for ‘safer homes’

Networking equipment firm D-Link has brought out two high-resolution Wi-Fi cameras ? the DCS-8000LH and DCS-8100LH ? to affirm the company’s customer-first commitment by securing its consumers homes.

DCS-8000LH and DCS-8100LH

D-Link DCS-8000LH

The DCS-8000LH boasts a 720p High-Definition resolution for clearer recordings and a 120-degree viewing angle for wider coverage. Its discreet and subtle design makes the DCS-8000LH a compact wireless network camera that can monitor your homes at any time of the day.


In addition, it can connect to wireless network easily through the free mydlink Lite app that sends you notifications, saves snapshots, and allows you to manage your camera remotely. The DCS-8000LH also sports built-in night vision, motion and sound detection, Bluetooth setup, and Built-in IR LEDs.

D-Link DCS-8100LH

On the other hand, the DCS-8100LH has one-megapixel sensor, high-quality 720p HD resolution, and 180-degree ultra-wide viewing angle to allow the users play with its flexibility as it can pivot, tilt, and rotate to provide the best view of your home while you are away.


It includes a Wireless Signal Strength LED for users to locate the best wireless location for smooth video streaming.?Also, on top of the motion detection, the DCS-8100LH can pick up, capture loud sounds from the microphone, and send instant notifications to you.

The built-in infrared LEDs can offer night-time viewing of up to 16.4 feet. This Wi-Fi camera allows you to talk to household peers using the mic and speaker on the device for two-way communication, too.

To manage the DCS-8100LH remotely, users can simply use the Bluetooth setup or connect to wireless network, and install the mydlink Lite app.

The DCS-8100LH supports a microSD card with a storage capacity of up to 128GB and is available in IT stores nationwide for P9,340, while the DCS-8000LH is priced at P3,350.


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