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October 28, 2013

D-Link Day/Night Network Cloud Camera



I recently had the chance to review the D-Link Day/Night Network Cloud Camera (DCS-933L) 

Whether at work, school, a local coffee shop or the other side of the world, D-Link makes it possible for me to always have a front row seat to what is going on in my home at all times.  With D-Link's advanced technology of day/night viewing, I am able to position my camera in the nursery and view our son during waking and non-waking hours.  The D-Link was the best option when it came to installing a camera in the nursery.  Keep in mind, we already had a video baby camera in the nursery, but with only one monitor, it made viewing options limited.  Gone are the days of running upstairs to grab the monitor, searching high and low for where we last left it and not being able to have remote access at all times.  D-Link makes it possible to turn everyday electronics such as a computer, i-Pad, i-Pod, cell phone, etc. into a working monitor. My husband loves the fact he is able to log in to the secure website while at work and have the ability to both hear and see his five favorites (me of course, our son Braeden, our dog Millie and two cats Abby and Dewey).  He is able to catch a glimpse of the life of a stay-at-home-mom, which is in my opinion, one of the most important jobs in the world.  Logging into the secure website was easy, just enter login and password and up pops the video.  In the near future, we hope to carve time out for date nights, which means finding a reliable and trustworthy babysitter.  Although I know we will find someone that gives us peace of mind, it is assuring to know that we will always be able to check-in on our son at any moment.  

We did have some hang-ups when it came to linking our camera to our wi-fi network.  For some reason, the camera did not pick up our network and the light on the back of the camera did not turn solid green as directions stated it would, despite resetting the camera.  On the contrary, using the supplied Ethernet cable was a breeze, but did not meet our needs.  We needed the camera wirelessly set up.  We finally broke down and called D-Link support.  The technician was extremely helpful; however, we were on hold for 17 minutes before speaking to a live person.  

During a live video feed, you are also able to take a still photo.  I like the idea, but the picture quality was poor.  

Overall, I do feel this is a good product for the price point.  Be sure to check out the website and see for yourself.  Happy viewing :) 

1 comment:

  1. interesting,,shouldn't have been that hard to connect,,I don't have the patience to wait on hold for that long,,sounds like others were talking to them too,,,maybe they will get the bugs worked out

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