D-Link expands professional surveillance line

D-Link expanded its professional surveillance line with two new multi-megapixel outdoor cameras, two cloud-enabled solutions featuring a network video recorder (NVR), and its 360-degree camera.

The D-Link DNR-322L mydlink NVR allows users to view live and recorded video from mobile devices or via the web, and the D-Link DCS-6010 360-degree IP camera offers complete surround view. Designed for both day and night applications, the D-Link DCS-7413 is a two-megapixel outdoor bullet camera, and the D-Link DCS-6915 A1 is a unique three-megapixel speed dome camera with 20x zoom.

As part of D-Link’s cloud services, the DNR-322L is a cloud-enabled standalone storage device allowing users to record video from up to nine network cameras to a dedicated HDD storage source without turning on a computer.

It also supports real-time remote monitoring and playback via a web browser using the mydlink website or the NVR’s web GUI. This allows security administrators to record and view or search footage simultaneously, ensuring the premises are continuously monitored.

The DCS-6010 360-degree network camera is the first fisheye fixed dome network camera from D-Link, delivering a 180-degree panoramic view via wall mount or 360-degree surround view via ceiling mount without blind spots. The DCS-6010 offers a wide range of display layouts, including original surround and panoramic views, as well as regional views for various mounting applications.

Video captured via the fisheye lens can be converted to conventional rectilinear projection for more user-friendly viewing and analysis. With its two-megapixel progressive scan CMOS sensor, the DCS-6010’s video stream covers a larger scene with better quality than an analog CCTV camera which is critical in applications where high resolution images can increase the likelihood of identification.




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