It’s no longer enough just to have a security camera, the products have evolved fast over recent years and D-Link’s latest camera is an example of that with AI style recognition of human motion.
Anyone with a basic security camera will know the pain of a false alert – your smartphone pings you and says “motion detected”. In fact, it’s just a branch of a tree swinging in the breeze.
The new DCS_8302LH Full HD Outdoor Wi-Fi camera can recognise human motion to reduce those false alarms and make notifications meaningful.
This looks to me like a great competitor to the Nest Outdoor camera – but $80 cheaper at $199.
You can connect the DCS-8302LH via WiFi or if you wanted to, Ethernet is also built-in.
With Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant Support you can summon your camera on your smart screen too.
D-Link’s DCS-8302LH Full HD Outdoor Wi-Fi Camera is available now from D-Link for $199