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D-Link Wireless Day/Night Network Surveillance Camera with mydlink-Enabled (DCS-932L)
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- Easily view and manage your camera from mydlink.com
- Compact design with night vision that lets you view 24/7
- Wireless connectivity
- Works with the mydlink iPhone or Android app for on-the go viewing
- Ready to use in 3 simple steps
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|Connectivity Technology||Wired & Wireless|
|Item Dimensions||3.66 x 2.36 x 0.98 inches|
|Item Weight||0.21 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.75 pounds|
Style Name: Day/Night | Package Type: Standard Packaging
From the Manufacturer
Your Second Set of Eyes Around the Home or Office
The Day & Night Wi-Fi Camera (DCS-932L) works right out of the box to quickly add a security camera to your home or small office network.
Provides around-the-clock surveillance with night vision capability, allowing you to see up to 16 feet in complete darkness.
Sends an email or push alert to your mobile device when motion is detected.
Wi-Fi or Ethernet Connection
Secure connection for flexible placement.
View on iPhone, iPad, Android, or Windows Phones with the mydlink app or mydlink.
View live video
Check in on the people and places you love whenever you'd like with our free mydlink app, available for iOS, Android and Windows devices.
View live video
Receive smart alerts
No monthly fees
D.I.Y security made easy
|DCS-932L Day & Night Wi-Fi Camera||DCS-935L HD Wi-Fi Camera||DCS-960L HD Ultra-Wide View Wi-Fi Camera||DCS-2330L HD Outdoor Wi-Fi Camera|
|Resolution||VGA||720p HD||720p HD||720p HD|
|Field of View||(H) 45.3°||(H) 78.4°||(H) 180°||(H) 57.8°|
|Night Vision||16 ft||16 ft||16 ft||16 ft|
|Sound & Motion Detection||Motion Only||Yes||Yes||Motion Only|
|Local Recording (microSD)||Yes||Yes|
|Connection||Wi-Fi / Wired||Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi / Wired|
|App Support||mydlink Lite / + iOS, Android & Windows||mydlink Home iOS & Android||mydlink Lite / + iOS, Android & Windows||mydlink Lite / + iOS, Android & Windows|
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Top Customer Reviews
I have been very impressed with the camera and have recommended it to several others.
Good cameras for the price as they detect motion and sound and can get them emailed to you... Best of all, you do not have to subscribe and pay monthly as their App is free and you can download a free IP cam recorder to record for you and not have to keep on paying for the budget conscious.
Stupid me, just recently found out that I can download D-View from DLink's website FREE where it is essentially a Camera Server recorder that can support up to 32 cameras! After playing with the server application, I am finally happy with how to record and play back. Even caught my daug (pug + dachshund) walking on my white carpet when I have painstakingly trained her from she was a pup to NOT walk on it in any way. Baaaad daug! Though it was cute where she would check to see if any body was around first and then walked into the living room from the kitchen (where she is only allowed!)... Apparently you can forego the app that is free to download and set up this camera server in your private network to stream your cameras privately (if you don't feel comfortable letting a third party handling the streaming). SO, in light of this, I'd say these cameras are a steal for the price. I don't even mind the static sound as it is just a reminder to me that the app is running while monitoring our babies' room.
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4/5/2011: I contacted Dlink support. They said they know about the audio problem and they don't plan to fix it. Ughh! I'm going to return this one and see if a new one sounds better. I'll post more once I get the new one.
4/14/2011: I received my new DCS-932L from Amazon today. The audio is just as bad with this camera. What a shame. I even upgraded my java version to 1.6.0_24-b07. Ughh. Time to send it back or pray for a firmware fix.
8/31/2011: We've started to use this camera all the time since our baby is older and Iphone support has been added. The audio is good enough where we can hear him. I just wish Dlink would get rid of the static.
3/5/2012: This camera has become our primary baby monitor for our 14th month old. The iphone apps work very well. Our Philips Iphone dock works great with the Dlink Iphone app. It amplifies the audio and cleans up the audio a bit. I'm adding 1 more star back. I still wish the the audio didn't have so much static, but this camera has turned out to be a great baby monitor.
3/12/2015: We have six of these monitors and two children now. Both kids survived just fine with us using these cameras.Read more ›
Bottom Line: Unless you need Night Vision or need the mobil phone apps, the Linksys WVC80N performs better at a lower price. Linksys has better image quality than D-Link at any distance, handles outdoor scenes when the D-Link won't and will deliver video clips (not just snapshots) by email or ftp. The Linksys does not have phone-apps, but it can email a 5 second motion triggered video clip that can be viewed on your android phone.
Best Useage: The D-Link would be great as a baby cam or pet cam. The cute design, better audio and the night vision outperform the Linksys for these uses.
The Linksys WVC80N would be better for any other use where the video quality under all lighting conditions (except dark) is the highest priority.
Compare Image Quality @ 640x480
1. Color Quality - D-Link is a little better than Linksys, unless it is an outdoor view. The D-Link exposure control cannot manage any sunlit surfaces. Even grass and trees are completely washed out to white if they are in direct sun. There are no settings to fix this. In moderate light, the D-Link color is better than Linksys because the Linksys has a color hue gradient of red in the center to green at the perimeter. This color balance problem is distracting when viewing a white scene like snow or other very light backgrounds.
2. Image Clarity - With the two cameras side-by-side with the same scene of near-and-distant objects, the D-Link by comparison looks optically out-of-focus, though neither camera is great in this respect. If you want to recognize a face at a distance Linksys is better.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Picture quality is OK for price, it does an awful job with dynamic range.
The reason for the 1 star: This thing eats up 500 KB/s of bandwidth. Read more
Don't buy the cheapies... it's better to buy just one of the better ones than by these in a 2 pack, plus these do not have sound.Published 21 hours ago by Dave
I like it, small and easy to program. Just difficult at times accessing from the cell.Published 1 day ago by Vince
Extremely satisfied with their technical support person, Briegan (ID #AR004214, Case #C6807067). He was very patient with me and took the time to explain what was going on with... Read morePublished 1 day ago by SoaringEagle
The Wifi Connection works in channel 6 of your Router.Published 2 days ago by Sebastian Cabezas Rios
Absolutely terrible product. BUYER BEWARE - NOT WIRELESS AS CLAIMED IN ITEM'S TITLE. You have to physically plug it into your router, which is a problem if you want this camera... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Christopher Schaffer
I added two of these to my second son's bedroom when he was born. They are perfect for baby monitors. I would buy more if I needed more.Published 2 days ago by Thomas