D-Link DCS-5300 10/100TX Internet Camera, Pan/Tilt, Built-in Microphone
List Price: $422.02

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Product Description

D-Link is pleased to introduce the newest product in Internet camera technology. Remotely watch and listen with the D-Link SecuriCam DCS-5300 Internet Camera. The DCS-5300 Internet Camera is a full featured surveillance system that connects to an Ethernet or Fast Ethernet connection to provide high quality video and audio over the Intranet or the Internet.

Main Features

  • Manufacturer: D-Link Systems, Inc
  • Manufacturer Part Number: DCS-5300
  • Manufacturer Website Address: www.dlink.com
  • Product Type: Surveillance/Network Camera
  • Sensor Type: CCD
  • Video Resolution: 320 x 240 @ 30 fps MPEG-4, 160 x 120 @ 30 fps MPEG-4
  • Illumination: 1.0 Lux
  • Color Support: Color
  • Tilt/Swivel: 270 Swivel, 90 Tilt
  • Connectivity Technology: Cable
  • Protocols: TCP/IP, HTTP, SMTP, FTP, Telnet, NTP, DNS, DHCP
  • Interfaces/Ports: 1 x RJ-45 10/100Base-TX, 1 x Audio/Video, 1 x Input/Output
  • Input Voltage: 12 V DC
  • Dimensions: 4.4" Height x 4.1" Width x 4.0" Depth
  • Weight: 12.2 oz
  • Standard Warranty: 1 Year(s)

  • Features:
    • Manufacturer Warranty - 1 year
    • Product Type - Internet Camera
    • Dimensions WxDxH - 4.1"x4.0"x4.4"
    • Weight - 12.2 oz
    • -1 x Audio/Video
    Customer Reviews:
    • Nice Camera shame about the IP software.
      The camera is a nice design, fair quality image and easy to set up.

      The enclosed web-based software from Dlink is nice and easy to handle and does the job cleanly and simply.

      Exactly what you want from a home or small office camera system to monitor activity.

      However, I purchased the cameras (2) because of the description of the IP security suite that was supposed to come with it, allowing 16 cameras to be monitored and recorded simultaneously.

      Rubbish....! The software was terrible and recording just one camera was a pain, then playing it back was even worse.

      It's hard to describe just how bad that software was.

      Cameras were nice though. ...more info
    • Works well enough
      This was to replace my old D-Link 6620 camera which just quit working eafter about 1 year. I figured why spend a fortune if they don't last. This one is clearly a lower quality camera in every way. The lack of an auto focus, or even a way to focus it from my PC, makes it nearly impossible to set up properly. The low light ability is not as good either. All I can say is it works...for now....more info
    • D-Link DCS-5300 Review
      The camera is excellent. I have retail stores 50 miles from me and I can watch my employees while I control the movement of the camera from my PC at home. There is no DVR necessary as the software is in the camera. It will move almost 360 degrees. However, be careful about which vendor you use. I have purchased 6 of these and the last two were older models although the model numbers were the same....more info
    • Stay Away
      We had a DCS-900 for several years. Other than the occasional re-boot never had an issue. This was the replacement. Right away we never could get 33 of 36 computers to be able to access it (all 36 worked fine with the DCS-900). Technical support was a joke, "lower the security on the computers and remove the old activeX object installed by the DCS-900". Turning off security didn't help (like we were going to do that for any length of time). We couldn't find and they couldn't say what the activeX object was we were supposed to be deleting (nice job, most reputable companies sign their objects). Now the thing has gone totally toes up after just a couple of weeks. Guess what, D-Link says no returns under any circumstances, deal with your vendor. If we can't get it going in a day or so, hopefully Amazon will take it back/exchange it....more info
    • Good and bad of DCS-5300
      2) The cameras are not really low light and do not work well with IR emitters. I tired one brand of emitter and it was useless, I returned the emitter.
      3) They don't work relly well in high contrast, faces against a bright window.
      ...more info