Note there is a complimentary Premium package for the first 12 months. It enables remote playback of recordings in the cloud or to download video clips to a mobile device from anywhere, anytime, through the Internet. Sorry, the prices are in USD – Aussie costs use the exchange rate of the day plus GST.
(free for the first year)
|Video clip recording period||Rolling 24-hours||7-days||14-days||30-days|
|# of Supported Cameras||Up to 3 Cameras||Up to 3 Cameras||Up to 5 Cameras||Up to 10 Cameras|
GadgetGuy’s take – good value, base station style, security system
I am warming to base stations as they do keep video traffic off the network and offer increased reliability via correct placement.
I like the options of local or paid cloud storage, and one year’s service is free. Not wanting to take revenue from D-Link but I think local storage is fine!
For sheer image quality, Arlo’s new Ultra 4K is superior, but you will pay $1049 for a dual camera setup and $449 for each extra camera.
The Arlo Pro 2 is the closest 1K comparison, and the two-camera kit is on runout for $699.
While D-Link has an RRP of $799.95, you can get it online for as low as $579. That is a bargain and gets extra points from me.
The MyDlink app has come a long way and is comprehensive and easy to use. I also like the flat magnetic camera back for quick mounting. I like this as it can become part of your smart home via a voice assistant.
It is a competent 1080p (1k) camera kit from a good company with great after sales service and support.