If you want to find an unconfined and intelligent outdoor security camera on the market, then I can absolutely confirm that you're reading the right article.
D-Link's new DCS-8302LH Full HD Outdoor Wi-Fi Camera features AI edge-based person detection, which means it can identify human motion, reducing false alarms so that users receive more relevant detection notifications.
Offering vivid Full HD 1080p clarity, we're told it "can capture everything that crosses its path - even at night - and with its built-in microphone and speaker for two-way audio and siren functionality, the camera can deter intruders and alert users of a detection any time it occurs".
Wi-Fi support and a wide operating temperature tolerance provide installation flexibility.
Additionally, the DCS-8302LH has a built-in Ethernet port for the option of a wired connection, delivering the full flexibility that you'd expect from advanced D-Link technologies.
Naturally, it supports Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa voice commands, IPv6 for future network compatibility and ONVIF-Profile S for continuous recording to a NAS or NVR, offering a fully rounded out set of features that make competing cameras jealous.
The DCS-8302LH also provides the latest Wi-Fi security for more protection with support for the very latest WPA3 standard, which is another feature that is well above what you'd expect from ordinary security cameras on the market
It even offers simple and rapid Bluetooth setup, as well as remote viewing and management with the free mydlink app offer extra convenience for users.
Yep, D-Link’s newest Full HD Outdoor Wi-Fi Camera lets you easily monitor what is happening in and outside homes as well as small offices or shops. Whether it’s for keeping a closer eye on the children and pets, or for catching intruders and shoplifters, the DCS-8302LH is an ideal surveillance solution.
Available now from D-Link Australia's website for $199.95, you'll also find it at all authorised D-Link partners and retailers.
Here's the official video for outdoors use:
Here's the official video for indoors use: