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D-Link logoD-Link has expanded its cloud-enabled network camera line with two models.

The D-Link Cloud Camera 2200 and 2300 both support 720p HD images from a 1/4" CMOS progressive image sensor using a fixed-focus 3.45 mm F2.0 lens.

The 2300 has an IP-65 certified weatherproof casing and can be powered via 802.3af Power over Ethernet in addition to DC powering, while the 2200 does not have either feature.

D-Link Cloud Camera 2300 (DCS-2310L)

D-Link Cloud Camera 2300 (DCS-2310L)

In contrast, the 2200 has digital input/output ports for attaching external devices that can trigger and be triggered by the camera and supports network connection via 802.11bgn wireless in addition to 10/100 Ethernet.

D-Link Cloud Camera 2200 (DCS-2132L)

D-Link Cloud Camera 2200 (DCS-2132L)

Features common to both cameras include H.264/MPEG-4/MJPEG simultaneous format compression, H.264/MPEG-4 multicast streaming, JPEG still images, 10X digital zoom, 10/100 Ethernet port and MicroSD/SDHC card slot for on-board recording. Both also have built-in infrared illumination for up to 5m and a passive infrared sensor for enhanced motion detection.

Like other D-Link Cloud Cameras, the 2300 and 2200 are supported by D-Link's mydlink cloud-based portal for remote camera access from any web browser and iOS and Android mobile devices via dedicated apps.

The Cloud Camera 2220 (DCS-2132L) and Cloud Camera 2300 (DCS-2310L) will be available this month at MSRPs of $199.99 and $299.99 respectively.

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