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Pros: I get a great signal through it, additional cable allows better positioning.
I'm getting pretty good speeds with it on both 2.4 and 5 GHz, but it won't use both or switch between the two automatically..
Seeing great speeds with it, my Dlink AC1200 connects to it with 48MB/s and my Linksys AC 1300 connects at 41MB/s. My older Linksys 350N connects to it at 31 MB/s so I can not complain at all about speeds, 2 of them are 80 feet away
Size is OK for me, I have seen larger, and bulkier, so not bad.
Cons: No automatic switching, no Dual connectivity.
No AC, just N............. And you can buy the AC version for just a little more green.
Other Thoughts: It is a great product for what it is, If you want to save $6 because you only own "N" routers go for it, but I suggest always buying better than what you already own, so in the future you won't have to upgrade "everything" to increase your use of it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Perfect camera, really is, Nice quality Pictures and Video day or night.
Pan's Tilts, heck it will even whirr around in any format you program it to do so.
DLink Support will fight tooth and nail any way they can (except writing new software) to get you going
Many options available if you connect to the camera directly from your PC to configure it. (as with D-Link do this wired as usual)
You can turn the front LED off.
You can create a 32 digit password containing pretty much any character.
Solid design and comes with a nice mounting kit that is actually fairly useful.
Can support up to 32GB of an SD card
Cons: Not supported by D-Veiw Cam yet........... you can't see it on your PC unless you go to the camera's IP address.
(give it a while, but they did not seem to have the sources to have the issue escalated to the programers, and they could not give me an idea of when to expect the software update.)
You have to be carefull of your lighting settings in the dark, Auto produces to much light, I had to lower my settings.
Default time zone is Thia wan?? (pet peeve, were US baby :P
Other Thoughts: My experience with this camera has useless software on my PC that I am about to delete as this camera is not supported under it.
Customer support was very friendly and spoke very good English (yay)
Poking around in the Firmware this is a very good camera for someone that can code well to use it, hopefully they will update on there end soon (see above)
If connecting this to a cloud router that is already registered to My D-Link there is no setup as it is automated, but still no software for your PC.
This will connect to your cell phone better than your PC....... it really will.
I gave it 3 out of 5 stars due to the lack of Software, this is not an Item you can slack off on for software as it is a user end item the way it is marketed.
Anyone in security that can utilize a network will love this camera though........ you really will.
This review is from: Canon PowerShot A2000 IS 2667B001 10.0 MP 6X Optical Zoom Digital Camera
Pros: Stills and video look great even at low light, cannon surprised me at this price point.
Cons: takes AA batteries, but you can buy high dollar batteries for longer lifeREAD FULL REVIEW