D-Link ANZ Launches DCS-2530L – Their newest Full HD 180-Degree Wi-Fi Camera

The DCS-2530L has been officially launched by D-Link ANZ. The latest in the mydlink®-enabled range, the DCS-2530L is a Full HD 180-Degree Wi-Fi Camera. D-Link’s 180-degree field of view is a step change from other competing cameras – most are equipped with a 130-degree lens. The wider lens enables the new DCS-2530L to be capable of monitoring an entire room in Full 1080p. No issues with fish eye viewing either as D-Link’s unique de-warping software is used to present a more standardised video stream.

The DCS-2530L features a microSD slot giving users a localised recording option as well. Like the previous model, you can use the mydlink lite app on iOS, Android and Windows to access and manage the camera video stream.

“Users of the new DCS-2530L can enjoy monitoring their home in Full High Definition video with the widest viewing angle available at a full 180 degrees, so not only can you see and monitor more of your home with a single camera, you can receive alerts via your mobile device wherever you are in the world, and see what’s going on via the free mydlink lite app.” – Graeme Reardon, D-Link ANZ MD.

Some key features of the Full HD 180-Degree Wi-Fi Camera (DCS-2530L):

  • 180 Degree Field of View
  • Full HD 1080p Quality Video
  • Unique De-Warping Technology
  • Wi-Fi Signal Locator
  • Sound & Motion Detection
  • Local Recording
  • Night Vision

The camera is already available from your local authorised retailer or online in Australia and New Zealand. For our US/Canadian visitors, hit up the Amazon link below.

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