D-Link releases outdoor cameras with cloud services
Posted on 11 September 2012.
D-Link introduced the new D-Link DCS-7010L high-definition outdoor mini bullet camera with integrated cloud services support and the D-Link DCS-7513 two-megapixel outdoor bullet camera featuring a Sony Exmor wide dynamic range sensor.


With integrated cloud-service support, the DCS-7010L allows users to view video feed from anywhere with remote cloud access and mobile apps for both Apple and Android devices, including the iPhone, iPad and Android tablets. Boasting 1280 x 800 resolution, the DCS-7010L offers day/night support with integrated IR LEDs, a microSD card slot, two-way audio, and PoE support. The DCS-7010L is IP66-rated and ONVIF compliant, and comes in an easy-to-mount package.

The DCS-7513 two-megapixel outdoor bullet camera features a Sony Exmor wide dynamic range sensor and a cable management bracket to ensure the cabling is protected from outdoor elements and secure from vandalism.

A motorized lens allows integrators or end users to remotely adjust the zoom level or focus through the camera's web interface. Additionally, the DCS-7513 features P-Iris, a new lens technology that allows precise control over the iris position to optimize light sensitivity and lens depth of field.

The additional IP Surveillance cameras featured at ASIS round out D-Link's high-quality solutions for a range of small business needs:

D-Link DCS-6010L: As the first fisheye fixed dome network camera from D-Link, the DCS-6010L 360-degree network camera delivers a 180-degree panoramic view via wall mount or 360-degree surround view via ceiling mount without blind spots. The camera is equipped with original surround, panoramic views and regional views for various mounting applications.

Cutting-edge image processing technology allows video captured via the fisheye lens to be converted to conventional rectilinear projection for user-friendly viewing and analysis, while its two-megapixel progressive scan CMOS sensor allows video streams to cover a larger scene with higher-resolution images than an analog CCTV camera.

D-Link DCS-7413: The DCS-7413 bullet camera features a two-megapixel progressive scan CMOS sensor, offering low noise and high sensitivity for professional surveillance and security applications. Using an ARM SoC, the camera provides excellent real-time video quality and can handle multiple video streams with different configurations activated simultaneously to address varying requirements for live viewing and recording.

The full-featured DCS-7413 also includes full HD resolution, built-in IR LEDs for increased visibility at night, Power over Ethernet (PoE) for flexible installation options, and input and output ports for connectivity to external devices such as PIR sensors, switches and alarm relays.





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