[CES 2012] D-Link makes the jump to the cloud with their D-Link Cloud Camera 5000, further enhancing their award-winning mydlink-enabled IP camera range this time around. The Cloud Camera 5000 is no ordinary camra, as it will bring pan/tilt capabilities and automatic day/night viewing to the table, while the mydlink-enabled D-Link Enhanced Wireless N Day/Night Home Network Camera will be equipped with a microSD memory card slot that enables local video recording. Let us look at the Cloud Camera 5000 in greater detail first.This versatile surveillance solution is perfect for an average-sized home or a small office environment, and the ability for cameras to pan and tilt deliver a greater degree of security as well as flexibility. It does not matter whether the outside is dark or not – automatic day/night viewing takes care of the variances, although who are we to say that heavy rain is not going to disrupt the recording process. A microSD memory card slot allows you to record and stash 720p high-definition video at speeds of up to 30 fps. There will also be enhanced security options accompanied by e-mail alerts whenever there are intrusions or disturbances that happen. The D-Link Cloud Router 5000 will arrive in the market this April, while the Enhanced Wireless N Day/Night Home Network Camera can be purchased already for $149.99 each.
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