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D-Link HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (DCS-5029L)
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- Ultra-smooth 340° pan and 120° tilt capability with 10x digital zoom lets you keep an eye on a larger area
- HD 720p video resolution gives you crisp, clear and detailed live and recorded video day or night with 26 feet night vision
- Built-in microSD card slot supports 32 GB capacity to record video clip recordings based on motion triggers, schedules, or continuously
- Sound and enhanced motion detection with a built-in PIR sensor and sends you automatic push alerts and triggers clip recording that can be viewed on the mydlink app or web portal
- View, control and communicate through the built-in mic & speaker using the free mydlink Lite app available for iOS, Android devices and Windows Phones
- Does not work with Windows 10
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From the manufacturer
Your Home is Your Castle. Protect More of It.
Experience complete control with the 98° pan & tilt wide angle lens, HD quality and auto recording functionality of the DCS-5029L.
Superior image quality for your surveillance video.
Sends an email or push alert to your mobile device when motion is detected.
Provides around-the-clock surveillance with night vision capability, allowing you to see up to 26 feet in complete darkness.
Record video clips and snapshots to a microSD card up to 32GB.
Pan & tilt live video
Cover wider areas of your home with a single camera using the free mydlink app available for iOS, Android and Windows devices.
Pan & tilt live video
Receive smart alerts
No monthly fees
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|DCS-5029L HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera||DCS-5030L HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera||DCS-960L HD 180-Degree Wi-Fi Camera||DCS-2330L HD Outdoor Wi-Fi Camera|
|Resolution||720p HD||720p HD||720p HD||720p HD|
|Field of View||(D) 115°||(D) 110.4°||(D) 180°||(D) 66°|
|Pan & Tilt||340° Pan 120° Tilt||340° Pan 120° Tilt||-||-|
|Night Vision||26 ft||16 ft||16 ft||16 ft|
|Sound & Motion Detection||Motion Only||Yes||Yes||Motion Only|
|Local Recording (microSD)||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Connection||Wi-Fi / Wired||Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi / Wired|
|Outdoor / Weatherproof||-||-||-||Yes|
|App Support||mydlink Lite for iOS, Android & Windows||mydlink Lite for iOS, Android & Windows||mydlink Lite for iOS, Android & Windows||mydlink Lite for iOS, Android & Windows|
View more, do more, protect more with the clarity and mobile control of D-Link's HD Pan & Tilt, Day/Night Wi-Fi Network Cloud Camera (DCS-5029L) surveillance solution. Download the free mydlink app and monitor your home or business - anywhere, anytime - on your smartphone or tablet. Experience confident clarity and total control with the DCS-5029L's 720p HD recording and ultra-smooth pan/tilt and digital zoom functionality. Integrated motion-sensing and night-vision technology provide round-the-clock surveillance when you're most vulnerable, and with easy installation you'll have an effective, affordable home or business surveillance solution up and running in no time. Experience the peace of mind D-Link provides with DCS-5029L - because you have a lot to value.
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When it works, though, it is a great peace of mind, but the 1 in 15 days you find it has gone down you tear your hair out not knowing whether there is an incident at your home underway or the camera is just out again. The image quality is acceptable, comparable to VHS surveillance tape.
One strong point is that the pan/tilt is almost silent (it can be heard on remote view, but not in the room).
Another major annoyance is that the viewing application for Android will prompt you to update the firmware on the camera every single time you try to view it if an update is available. This is a problem because most of these cameras are installed via Wi-Fi, and you never want to update the firmware are via Wi-Fi on something like this. Sooner or later, you will accidentally say yes, and there is a 50/50 chance based on my experience that the camera will be bricked. When this happened, customer support overseas was good about stepping you through the process of manually reloading the firmware, but it was a major pain in the butt. They ask that you post a positive review with the CSR's ID number to Amazon so they get credit for the fix.
I will investigate the possibility of directly connecting to the camera from remote locations via visiting my own IP address and see if that improves reliability.
For background information, I use reliable Charter Internet service at a high bitrate and Verizon 4G Premium devices to use this camera. I do not believe my own network performance is a relavant contributor to the problems I experience. The first two photos are what you typically see when the device is down (only working on WiFi) and the photo of the live view is of the unit working inside my home on WiFi. When it is working, if requires little bandwidth.
The current firmware has been much more stable than previous versions. D-Link may have increased the reliability of their Cloud hosting system as well. I've been pretty happy with the product nowadays and am adding a star to my rating.
The Events configuration page is where you find a wide range of options for getting the camera to do what you want and when. Two wrinkles showed up there for me. The email configuration did not like my ISP's explicitly recommended smtp port number, unhelpfully reporting "test error" when a test message was attempted. After a couple hours of searching frustrated user forums, I found the suggestion: "try port 587." Fortunately 587 is accepted by my ISP as well, and the mail goes through.
As for FTP, if you get a "test error" message during the FTP access test, try adding or omitting a leading forward slash in the server's directory field, as the alternative case may be. My ISPs server needed the forward slash omitted.
Once through these hitches, the camera does a great job with email, ftp and my mobile devices.