Oct 02

D-Link Cloud Camera DCS-5222L Overview

Keep an eye on your home or office with this D-Link Cloud Camera DCS-5222L wireless surveillance camera that features a 1/4″ progressive CMOS image sensor with 720p resolution for sharp, clear video and IR LEDs for effective night vision up to 26.2′.
D-Link Cloud Camera DCS-5222L

Product Features

1/4″ progressive CMOS image sensor

Captures crisp footage with up to 720p resolution at 30 fps for clear images.


Along with a built-in ICR (infrared-cut removable) filter module provide night vision up to 26.2′.

Day/night mode

Automatically switches the picture to black-and-white in low-light conditions.

Built-in PIR sensor

Delivers enhanced motion detection.

Built-in microphone and speaker

Enable simple 2-way communication.

Digital pan, tilt and zoom

Let you view an area from multiple vantage points and get close to distant subjects.

H.264 compression

Allows you to store large video files with minimized network bandwidth.

Selectable recording resolutions

Include 1280 x 720 and 640 x 352 to suit your needs.

microSD slot

Offers local storage (card not included).

Wireless-N and Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)

Along with a 10/100 Ethernet LAN port to ensure a secure network connection. Zero Configuration enables automatic configuration with a compatible D-Link Cloud router (not included).

mydlink mobile apps and Web portal

Allow you to view your surveillance footage on your Apple® iPhone® or iPad®, or a compatible cell phone with an Android or Windows operating system or computer (additional fees may apply).

E-mail and push alerts

Notify you when motion is detected to help you stay informed.

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Customer Reviews

The device is great, good pic and good enough sound quality. The iPhone app is pretty bad. The present locations don’t move the camera correctly, and manually moving the camera via the app is difficult at best.
I would recommend this to a friend!
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