D-Link Record & Playback Wi-Fi Camera
Keep tabs on your home or office no matter where you are with this WiFi-equipped camera, which is small enough to exist discreetly in bookshelves or on mantles. It records when you want it to, whether that be continuously or only when it detects movement.
Check In from Anywhere
Whether you’re down the street or across the country, you can always know what’s going on at home. WiFi connectivity lets this camera stream live video securely to a compatible app for your smartphone, so you can see what’s happening from anywhere you have cellular or WiFi reception.
Clear Video, Even at Night
Infrared night vision helps this camera provide nighttime surveillance footage that’s as useful as that recorded in daylight. IR bulbs let the camera peer through the darkness and record clear video without creating any visible illumination in the room—perfect for checking in on sleeping babies or for other situations where a bright light would be disruptive.
Know If Something Happens
You don’t have to check in with home constantly; this camera lets you know if something might be going on. An integrated motion sensor sends an alert to your smartphone when it detects suspicious movement, so you can see for yourself if there’s an intruder or just the dog trying to hack into the computer again.
- Model number: DCS-942L
- Security camera for your home or office
- Remote viewing and zoom via the mydlink Lite app
- Night vision distance: 16’
- Built-in microSD supports 32GB
- Enhanced motion detection with built-in PIR sensor
- Product dimensions: 1”x10”x3”
- Weight: 2lb.
- Condition: new
Before most people knew what the Internet was, D-Link was there, making hardware for better and faster surfing. Founded in 1986, the company formerly known as Datex Systems was working on its first Ethernet router, which was released just a year later. Since then, the company has been at the forefront of technological advances. And they’ve expanded beyond routers and modems: D-Link offers a line of WiFi cameras (including baby monitors), print servers, and other tech items that makes your life even easier.