D-LINK DCS-5222L/CA HD Wireless N PAN-TILT Network Cloud PTZ Camera Retail
CAD $199.98
Ships From and sold by Netlink Computers
In Stock usually 1-2 business days.
0 Customer Reviews

Main Features

  • HD Recording:Yes
  • Night Vision Distance:26 ft (7924.80 mm)
  • Image Sensor Type:CMOS
  • Color Supported:Color
  • Video Formats:Motion JPEG,H.264,MPEG-4
  • Maximum Video Resolution:1280 x 720
  • Maximum Focal Length:4.6 mm
  • Connectivity Technology:Cable,Wireless
  • Remote Management:Yes
  • Network (RJ-45):Yes
  • Height:4.92" (124.97 mm)
  • Width:4.46" (113.28 mm)
  • Depth:4.46" (113.28 mm)
  • Weight (Approximate):340 g
  • Limited Warranty:1 Year

General Information
Manufacturer
  • D-Link Systems, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
  • DCS-5222L/CA
Manufacturer Website Address
  • http://www.dlink.ca
Brand Name
  • D-Link
Product Model
  • DCS-5222L
Product Name
  • HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera
Product Type
  • Network Camera
Additional Product Specifications
Full Product Specifications
Technical Information
HD Recording
  • Yes
Night Vision Distance
  • 26 ft (7924.80 mm)
Display & Graphics
Image Sensor Type
  • CMOS
Color Supported
  • Color
Video
Video Formats
  • Motion JPEG
  • H.264
  • MPEG-4
Maximum Video Resolution
  • 1280 x 720
Lens
Maximum Focal Length
  • 4.6 mm
Network & Communication
Connectivity Technology
  • Cable
  • Wireless
Remote Management
  • Yes
Interfaces/Ports
Network (RJ-45)
  • Yes
Physical Characteristics
Height
  • 4.92" (124.97 mm)
Width
  • 4.46" (113.28 mm)
Depth
  • 4.46" (113.28 mm)
Weight (Approximate)
  • 340 g
Warranty
Limited Warranty
  • 1 Year
Average Rating
Recommend by
50%
Out of 2 Review(s)
5 (0)
4 (0)
3 (1)
2 (1)
1 (0)

By: daffyduck 2015-09-01 10:07

Pros
wide field of view. can control remotely.

Cons
high bandwidth required for wireless...drops out frequently.

Summary

Emails events, some setup know-how required. Once I connected a DNR-202 to record, the wireless to it dropped often. Had to hard wire to get around this. Would be nice to see movement tracking on it. Works best if mounted on ceiling, due to the limited downward view if sitting on its base. Harder to connect to it remotely, seems to require higher bandwidth to view/control camera movements.

By: dzach 2015-06-25 13:01

Pros
it's a camera, pan, tilt, zoom, wireless

Cons
software is crap and doesn't work

Summary

I would expect a company who has been around as long as d-link to have the capability to write a simple software application that works to do the very basics....but sadly, no