Linux-based surveillance cameras start at $70Jun 18, 2013, 06:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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D-Link has begun shipping four new models in its line of Linux powered surveillance-oriented Cloud Cameras, and has updated its web-based Mydlink software with new remote monitoring and video management features. The new cameras boast improved sound/motion detection, 802.11n WiFi extender capabilities, enhanced night vision, and weatherproof casing. The new cloud cameras, which include the Cloud Camera 1050 and 1150, the Pan & Tilt Day/Night Network Camera, and the Outdoor HD Wireless Day/Night Network Camera boost D-Link???s embedded Linux-based Cloud Camera line from 10 to 14 models. All the devices connect via WiFi to the company???s cloud-based Mydlink monitoring and control platform.
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