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D-Link's new IP surveillance cameras hit the market

16 Sep 2015

D-Link has released a line of surveillance cameras optimised for businesses while still being simple to use and affordable.

The new line of surveillance cameras starts with the Vigilance Full HD Outdoor Dome Network Camera (DCS-4602EV) and the Vigilance HD Outdoor Mini Bullet Network Camera (DCS-4701E).

"Our new Vigilance line addresses changes in the market place over the last year for key IP camera features at a more affordable price point," says Vance Kozik, D-Link Systems director of marketing for IP Surveillance.

"More and more businesses are looking for value-oriented surveillance cameras that are easy to use while at the same time maintain professional HD video quality in a rugged compact form factor," he says.

The Vigilance DCS-4602EV is an Indoor/Outdoor Dome Camera offering Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution, integrated infrared illumination for seeing in complete darkness, and a rugged housing for both weather and vandal resistance.

Additional features include 3D noise filtering for enhanced low light performance and PoE (Power over Ethernet), allowing for single cable installation.

The Vigilance DCS-4701E is an Indoor/Outdoor Mini Bullet Camera that offers HD 1280 x 720 resolution, integrated infrared illumination, and an integrated cable management bracket for additional protection against vandalism.

Other features include LowLight+ technology which dramatically increases low light performance.

More about the DCS-4602EV:

  • Two Megapixel Full HD 1080p resolution (1920 x 1080)
  • Infrared LED night vision with viewing up to 60 feet in complete darkness
  • 2.8mm lens (96 degree field of view)
  • Video motion detection
  • IP66 Weatherproof rating
  • IK10 Vandal-proof rating for public environments
  • Built-in 802.3af compliant PoE module for installation in a variety of locations without the need for supplemental power cabling
  • ONVIF compliance for 3rd party VMS and NVR support

More about the DCS-4701E:

  • One Megapixel HD 720p resolution (1280 x 720)
  • Infrared LED night vision with viewing up to 90 feet in complete darkness
  • 2.8mm lens (96 degree field of view)
  • Video motion detection
  • IP66 Weatherproof rating
  • Built-in 802.3af compliant PoE module for installation in a variety of locations without the need for supplemental power cabling
  • ONVIF compliance for 3rd party VMS and NVR support

The cameras will be available wherever D-Link products are sold for around $200 each.

They will be sold through D-Link's network of channel partners, including value-added resellers, solution providers and distributors.

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