D-Link Announces Wide View Netcam Pair

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Tim Higgins

D-Link logoD-Link has announced two wireless network cameras with 180 field of view.

The DCS-2630L Full HD Ultra-Wide View Wi-Fi Camera and DCS-960L HD Ultra-Wide View Wi-Fi Camera are the company’s first 180 degree Wi-Fi Cameras.

Both offer advanced security features, including HD video quality, two-way audio, sound and motion detection, microSD Card slot for local recording and automatic day/night viewing with 16 foot night range. Network connection is via dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi; no Ethernet connection is available.

D-Link DCS-2630L & DCS-960L

D-Link DCS-2630L & DCS-960L

The cameras use de-warping technology to take a 180 degree “fish eye” view and transform it into a more viewable video stream with less distortion.

MSRP for the DCS-2630L Full HD Ultra-Wide View Wi-Fi Camera is $199.99 and $159.99 for the DCS-960L HD Ultra-Wide View Wi-Fi Camera. Both are available now.

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