• D-Link DCS-5222L HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (White)
  • D-Link DCS-5222L HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (White)
  • D-Link DCS-5222L HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (White)
  • D-Link DCS-5222L HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (White)
  • D-Link DCS-5222L HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (White)
  • D-Link DCS-5222L HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (White)
  • D-Link DCS-5222L HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (White)
  • D-Link DCS-5222L HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (White)
  • D-Link DCS-5222L HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (White)
  • D-Link DCS-5222L HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (White)
  • D-Link DCS-5222L HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (White)
D-Link DCS-5222L HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (White)
D-Link DCS-5222L HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (White)
D-Link DCS-5222L HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (White)
D-Link DCS-5222L HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (White)
D-Link DCS-5222L HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (White)
D-Link DCS-5222L HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (White)
D-Link DCS-5222L HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (White)
D-Link DCS-5222L HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (White)
D-Link DCS-5222L HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (White)
D-Link DCS-5222L HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (White)
D-Link DCS-5222L HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (White)

D-Link DCS-5222L HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (White)

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  • Ultra-smooth 340 pan and 120 tilt capability with 10x digital zoom lets you keep an eye on a larger area
  • HD 720p video resolution gives you crisp, clear and detailed live and recorded video day or night with 26 feet night vision
  • Built-in microSD card slot supports 32 GB capacity to record video clip recordings based on motion triggers, schedules, or continuously
  • Sound and enhanced motion detection with a built-in PIR sensor and sends you automatic push alerts and triggers clip recording that can be viewed on the mydlink app or web portal;your router's LAN & WAN connections are okIf your camera is still not working, check your router and make sure it is using the latest firmware
  • View, control and communicate through the built-in mic & speaker using the free mydlink Lite app available for iOS, Android devices and Windows Phones

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Could be better- seeking a replacement Had frustrating experience with initial install. Had to have 45 minute chat conversation with D-Link to establish connection to my network, and I am not using Wi-Fi, its connected via Ethernet straight to my router. Low light video quality is barely acceptable. Need brightly lit room (sunlight) to get quality color video. Digital zoom is grainy. Maybe for businesses with good lighting, this would be okay, but for home, it could be better; should not need to leave all the lights on to get quality video. We will be replacing once I find the right camera. 2Does everything - perfect if you don't understand professional security systems There are 2 areas of this camera to review: the hardware specs (resolution, view angle, PTZ functionality, etc) and firmware (user interface, networkability).First, the good part: I found the firmware, GUI, networkability, update - all excellent. D-Link builds many network devices and they really know what they are doing in this area. I was able to tweak the network setup (ports, services, motion-detect server upload, user accounts) to my exact liking. There are always more crazy advanced features I would like (gpg encryption, sFTP rather than FTP), but this camera already covers the basics and more.Second - the hardware specs: DLink probably surveyed the list of all the specs users wanted, then delivered them all. The problem is that many hardware specs work against one another, and users (myself included) are stupid.I wanted HD resolution AND wide angle (field of view FOV). Think about what that means: now my HD resolution is spread over a wider area, so I can't really make out small details (or changes for motion detect) of objects further than 15' away. If I had HD resolution and narrow FOV, I could accurately monitor a doorway and make out the details of a person's face. If I had a wide FOV I could do motion detect well on a wide area like a parking lot, but even with HD I still can't make out details like car model or license plate. You have to spend major $$$ to get really good optics to achieve such goals, and D-Link hardware is at too low a price point to do that. This is a good budget camera.I also wanted really good motion-detect, and pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) capability. But think about it for a second: what happens to the motion-detect when you pan/tilt? It triggers because it detects a change in the scenery! You would need some major NSA-spy level type software algorithms to detect "motion" while you are simultaneously panning/tilting the camera. So, you either use this camera as a fixed motion-detect triggered image capture device, or you use it as a ptz field-scanning device where you can go back and review hours of footage later. You can't do both. (I admit now that my expectations before purchase were stupid to think that I could do both).Overall this is a great camera at a great price - but if you are serious about your security monitoring needs and properly assess the challenges of the environment you are monitoring, you will purchase the right tool for the job and not expect a "does everything" camera like this to be the perfect solution.PS - I would like it if the next firmware upgrade forced the camera back to a user-defined "home" position rather than "center" on power reset (after a power loss is may take you hours/days to realize the camera is not pointing where you want) 4Between 1-3 years the wireless connection fails in many DLink cameras I've owned five of these cameras since 2012. 932L, 5010L, 5020L and the same issue arises with all of them. After a while (anywhere between 1 and 3 years for me) the WIFI quits working. It will say there is Link: No in the wireless config despite being fully online and useable from the GUI while wired. It's like the WIFI chip burns out or something. One day it'll be fine, then all of a sudden it will refuse to establish a link to the wireless network. I moved to Wansview after dealing with this and I've had those for a few years with zero problems. I will never buy another DLink product. 2Really like this camera This is the 2nd Dlink I have purchased. The first was model was the DCS-932L which is a decent camera as well but I really wanted to capture more of the room and the 932 has a somewhat narrow view. This 5020L model has a wide angle lens as well as other features such as pan, and tilt. I enjoy having those additional features more than I thought I would. Other reviews point out the negative of the camera having a fixed zoom lens which can be adjusted manually by turning the focus ring on the front of the camera. Sure it would be great if it automatically focused or even if you were able to control the focus remotely but honestly it's not that big of a deal for my uses. If the room was perhaps 30' or larger such as a banquet hall I could see this being an issue but not so much for an average size room.Pretty straight forward setup once you become familiar with their software. The included recording software isn't bad either. I've been in IT for 20 years and it's obvious to me DLink made a lot of effort to remain very flexible with its options and they have done pretty well. There are many options to have snapshots sent directly from the camera to an email address or FTP server. Same with video clips and all can be configured to do so by motion activation or scheduled. A feature I found very useful is the ability to define in the camera's view an area you can define to set the activation. Example: in both camera's while I can see the majority of the room I defined a small area on the entrance doors to be monitored. The result is people just moving around in the room do not set off the recording until the camera sees the door open or someone walks in-between the camera and the defined area.I do wish it had PoE (Power over Ethernet) so I could do away with the AC adapters, this is the only reason it didn't get the 5th star. But you do get a lot of bang for the buck in this camera and I'd recommend it for home use. 4Sound only works through D-Link app The device isn't bad, for the price, if you just want video. But, if you are interested in sound as well as video, you might look at another unit.Sound does not appear to be compatible with a number of mobile apps, or the surveillance application installed on our Network Attached Storage unit in our home. The D-Link apps (there are two of them) do work with sound, however the D-Link app frequently has an error and drops the video stream. Other apps we have tested with the camera which only display the video never drop, so it appears to be a problem with the D-Link app. As a note, we have a D-Link wireless router, not that it should matter.Pro:- Inexpensive Pan Tilt Zoom- Good night vision distance- Easy to set-up on your home networkCon:- No sound on most 3rd party apps- D-Link app frequently loses the video stream and it's a pain to get it working again- Picture quality is so-so- Zoom is digital-only and isn't very useful because the unit does not have a high native resolution- The IR filter makes a loud clicking noise when it goes from daytime (color) to night time (B&W) mode (not necessarily unique to D-Link)If the sound worked with 3rd party apps and if the video stream wasn't always dropping from the D-Link app, I could live with everything the other small downsides and be happy at this price-point. But, that's not the case. 2Can't connect to app, horrible customer service This camera was impossible to connect to the phone app. I tried on both my Android phone and my husband's phone. I tried using the ethernet cable and connecting wirelessly. I tried resetting the device.I tried to contact customer support. In the United States, the only options for technical support are a phone call and email. You have to have an extra phone on hand if you want to call them because you're trying to set the camera up on the other phone. You'll also have to wait for an extended period of time to get a human on the phone. In the meantime, you'll get to hear lots of advertisements about D-link's other products. If you send an email to ask for help, you might get a response in a couple of days. My only email response was from someone asking for the model of my device, a question that I had already addressed in my original request for assistance.I don't anticipate purchasing any other D-link devices ever again. The lack of technical support was infuriating. 1BUYER BEWARE! D-LINK NO LONGER SUPPORTS THESE AS OF JUNE 1, 2019 I am updating my review to caution buyers that D-Link has discontinued this specific model. So if you have any trouble and need tech support, you will have to pay a pretty penny for it. Not worth it! So pay a little extra and buy a more recent model that comes unlimited tech support. 1Stay away from this model Trust the reviews and look elsewhere. I have 6 of the DCS-5020L cameras and while they are not HD cameras, they look and stream infinitely better than this 5222L.It can only stream at around 3 frames per second in 720p. This is not a network issue. In low quality, it streams ok, but who buys an HD camera to stream in the lowest quality.Lastly, although my D-Link "Main Console" app on Windows shows that it supports the DCS-5222L, and it DOES perfectly support all functions on my 5020L's, it will not detect the DCS-5222L.So, again... do yourself a favor and get anything other than this model. This should lead to a class action lawsuit. 1Piece of Garbage This thing was never great, but it worked so-so until March of 2019. The mydlink lite app was updated, breaking support for the older cameras. The solution is to upgrade the camera's firmware. Unfortunately, after upgrading the firmware the camera cannot be managed using any modern browser: not Chrome, Firefox, Safari, nor Edge. Attempting to log in to the camera results in an error message, "The browser you are using may have difficulty receiving images and video." There's no way to get past the error, since it's the only thing on the screen and there's no "next" or "continue" button.D-Link's support (who, by the way, goes by the highly unprofessional handle "FurryNutz") says to use Firefox version 52, which is from March of 2017. Their software basically bricked the device. 1Awesome camera. Software app is easy to use Awesome camera. Software app is easy to use. I've purchased others and noting but a hassle. Connection is stream lined and quick. Even for a non-geek like me. resolution is good with colors pretty true with light. night vision is of course black and white but crisp and sharp. Microphone is clear and very sensitive. I have not used the record feature so I cannot comment on that. Range of movement is very wide in all directions and lag time from input to movement is about 3 seconds. As you input instructions, a heads up screen shows where you are looking and going to in the field of vision. You can hear the motor noise through the microphone / app but cannot be heard near the camera. The app lets you zoom in the frame but this is electronically so it can get fuzzy if you go too far. 1080p may be better, the auto sense on my broadcasts on 750p. Pretty good unit for the $ based on what's out there. 4
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Could be better- seeking a replacement Had frustrating experience with initial install. Had to have 45 minute chat conversation with D-Link to establish connection to my network, and I am not using Wi-Fi, its connected via Ethernet straight to my router. Low light video quality is barely acceptable. Need brightly lit room (sunlight) to get quality color video. Digital zoom is grainy. Maybe for businesses with good lighting, this would be okay, but for home, it could be better; should not need to leave all the lights on to get quality video. We will be replacing once I find the right camera. 2Does everything - perfect if you don't understand professional security systems There are 2 areas of this camera to review: the hardware specs (resolution, view angle, PTZ functionality, etc) and firmware (user interface, networkability).First, the good part: I found the firmware, GUI, networkability, update - all excellent. D-Link builds many network devices and they really know what they are doing in this area. I was able to tweak the network setup (ports, services, motion-detect server upload, user accounts) to my exact liking. There are always more crazy advanced features I would like (gpg encryption, sFTP rather than FTP), but this camera already covers the basics and more.Second - the hardware specs: DLink probably surveyed the list of all the specs users wanted, then delivered them all. The problem is that many hardware specs work against one another, and users (myself included) are stupid.I wanted HD resolution AND wide angle (field of view FOV). Think about what that means: now my HD resolution is spread over a wider area, so I can't really make out small details (or changes for motion detect) of objects further than 15' away. If I had HD resolution and narrow FOV, I could accurately monitor a doorway and make out the details of a person's face. If I had a wide FOV I could do motion detect well on a wide area like a parking lot, but even with HD I still can't make out details like car model or license plate. You have to spend major $$$ to get really good optics to achieve such goals, and D-Link hardware is at too low a price point to do that. This is a good budget camera.I also wanted really good motion-detect, and pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) capability. But think about it for a second: what happens to the motion-detect when you pan/tilt? It triggers because it detects a change in the scenery! You would need some major NSA-spy level type software algorithms to detect "motion" while you are simultaneously panning/tilting the camera. So, you either use this camera as a fixed motion-detect triggered image capture device, or you use it as a ptz field-scanning device where you can go back and review hours of footage later. You can't do both. (I admit now that my expectations before purchase were stupid to think that I could do both).Overall this is a great camera at a great price - but if you are serious about your security monitoring needs and properly assess the challenges of the environment you are monitoring, you will purchase the right tool for the job and not expect a "does everything" camera like this to be the perfect solution.PS - I would like it if the next firmware upgrade forced the camera back to a user-defined "home" position rather than "center" on power reset (after a power loss is may take you hours/days to realize the camera is not pointing where you want) 4Between 1-3 years the wireless connection fails in many DLink cameras I've owned five of these cameras since 2012. 932L, 5010L, 5020L and the same issue arises with all of them. After a while (anywhere between 1 and 3 years for me) the WIFI quits working. It will say there is Link: No in the wireless config despite being fully online and useable from the GUI while wired. It's like the WIFI chip burns out or something. One day it'll be fine, then all of a sudden it will refuse to establish a link to the wireless network. I moved to Wansview after dealing with this and I've had those for a few years with zero problems. I will never buy another DLink product. 2Really like this camera This is the 2nd Dlink I have purchased. The first was model was the DCS-932L which is a decent camera as well but I really wanted to capture more of the room and the 932 has a somewhat narrow view. This 5020L model has a wide angle lens as well as other features such as pan, and tilt. I enjoy having those additional features more than I thought I would. Other reviews point out the negative of the camera having a fixed zoom lens which can be adjusted manually by turning the focus ring on the front of the camera. Sure it would be great if it automatically focused or even if you were able to control the focus remotely but honestly it's not that big of a deal for my uses. If the room was perhaps 30' or larger such as a banquet hall I could see this being an issue but not so much for an average size room.Pretty straight forward setup once you become familiar with their software. The included recording software isn't bad either. I've been in IT for 20 years and it's obvious to me DLink made a lot of effort to remain very flexible with its options and they have done pretty well. There are many options to have snapshots sent directly from the camera to an email address or FTP server. Same with video clips and all can be configured to do so by motion activation or scheduled. A feature I found very useful is the ability to define in the camera's view an area you can define to set the activation. Example: in both camera's while I can see the majority of the room I defined a small area on the entrance doors to be monitored. The result is people just moving around in the room do not set off the recording until the camera sees the door open or someone walks in-between the camera and the defined area.I do wish it had PoE (Power over Ethernet) so I could do away with the AC adapters, this is the only reason it didn't get the 5th star. But you do get a lot of bang for the buck in this camera and I'd recommend it for home use. 4Sound only works through D-Link app The device isn't bad, for the price, if you just want video. But, if you are interested in sound as well as video, you might look at another unit.Sound does not appear to be compatible with a number of mobile apps, or the surveillance application installed on our Network Attached Storage unit in our home. The D-Link apps (there are two of them) do work with sound, however the D-Link app frequently has an error and drops the video stream. Other apps we have tested with the camera which only display the video never drop, so it appears to be a problem with the D-Link app. As a note, we have a D-Link wireless router, not that it should matter.Pro:- Inexpensive Pan Tilt Zoom- Good night vision distance- Easy to set-up on your home networkCon:- No sound on most 3rd party apps- D-Link app frequently loses the video stream and it's a pain to get it working again- Picture quality is so-so- Zoom is digital-only and isn't very useful because the unit does not have a high native resolution- The IR filter makes a loud clicking noise when it goes from daytime (color) to night time (B&W) mode (not necessarily unique to D-Link)If the sound worked with 3rd party apps and if the video stream wasn't always dropping from the D-Link app, I could live with everything the other small downsides and be happy at this price-point. But, that's not the case. 2Can't connect to app, horrible customer service This camera was impossible to connect to the phone app. I tried on both my Android phone and my husband's phone. I tried using the ethernet cable and connecting wirelessly. I tried resetting the device.I tried to contact customer support. In the United States, the only options for technical support are a phone call and email. You have to have an extra phone on hand if you want to call them because you're trying to set the camera up on the other phone. You'll also have to wait for an extended period of time to get a human on the phone. In the meantime, you'll get to hear lots of advertisements about D-link's other products. If you send an email to ask for help, you might get a response in a couple of days. My only email response was from someone asking for the model of my device, a question that I had already addressed in my original request for assistance.I don't anticipate purchasing any other D-link devices ever again. The lack of technical support was infuriating. 1BUYER BEWARE! D-LINK NO LONGER SUPPORTS THESE AS OF JUNE 1, 2019 I am updating my review to caution buyers that D-Link has discontinued this specific model. So if you have any trouble and need tech support, you will have to pay a pretty penny for it. Not worth it! So pay a little extra and buy a more recent model that comes unlimited tech support. 1Stay away from this model Trust the reviews and look elsewhere. I have 6 of the DCS-5020L cameras and while they are not HD cameras, they look and stream infinitely better than this 5222L.It can only stream at around 3 frames per second in 720p. This is not a network issue. In low quality, it streams ok, but who buys an HD camera to stream in the lowest quality.Lastly, although my D-Link "Main Console" app on Windows shows that it supports the DCS-5222L, and it DOES perfectly support all functions on my 5020L's, it will not detect the DCS-5222L.So, again... do yourself a favor and get anything other than this model. This should lead to a class action lawsuit. 1Piece of Garbage This thing was never great, but it worked so-so until March of 2019. The mydlink lite app was updated, breaking support for the older cameras. The solution is to upgrade the camera's firmware. Unfortunately, after upgrading the firmware the camera cannot be managed using any modern browser: not Chrome, Firefox, Safari, nor Edge. Attempting to log in to the camera results in an error message, "The browser you are using may have difficulty receiving images and video." There's no way to get past the error, since it's the only thing on the screen and there's no "next" or "continue" button.D-Link's support (who, by the way, goes by the highly unprofessional handle "FurryNutz") says to use Firefox version 52, which is from March of 2017. Their software basically bricked the device. 1Awesome camera. Software app is easy to use Awesome camera. Software app is easy to use. I've purchased others and noting but a hassle. Connection is stream lined and quick. Even for a non-geek like me. resolution is good with colors pretty true with light. night vision is of course black and white but crisp and sharp. Microphone is clear and very sensitive. I have not used the record feature so I cannot comment on that. Range of movement is very wide in all directions and lag time from input to movement is about 3 seconds. As you input instructions, a heads up screen shows where you are looking and going to in the field of vision. You can hear the motor noise through the microphone / app but cannot be heard near the camera. The app lets you zoom in the frame but this is electronically so it can get fuzzy if you go too far. 1080p may be better, the auto sense on my broadcasts on 750p. Pretty good unit for the $ based on what's out there. 4
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