It's an okay pan & tilt day/night camera if you're using the mydlink system
Brandon Eley, Amazon
17 July 2015
Summary: This D-Link DCS-5222L wireless HD pan & tilt camera does what it is supposed to do, but the web interface and apps are clunky and unintuitive. I have this connected to the D-Link DNR-202L recorder, but have accessed it's web interface directly as well. Neither is intuitive.
D Link products have been consistently poorly engineered
Robin Felder, Amazon
18 June 2015
Summary: The camera never was able to process sound information and D Link was not able to provide a fix. They waited until after the warrantee expired to get back to me on this issue and would not honor the original date of my call. The video worked well, but the camera failed after one year.
OK at first, but having some issue after a few months
3 June 2015
Summary: The firmware has improved on this camera, but it it still difficult to set up. More importantly, the motion detection has stopped emailing (or FTPing, or anything other than logging the fact that motion was detected. This was working well in place and I performed a firmware update.
Summary: I can't tell how much I love this camera, I bought 2 of them, one for my little baby room so my parents could peek at him from oversea and one for my parents's house so I can see them and hear their voice sometimes since I only get to see them once a year.
Summary: I did not like this camera. I bought and installed 3 DCS-5222L cameras. Apparently they make an OLDER version (A) and a NEWER version (B) but there is no way to tell which version you are getting. My initial 3 cameras are B. This one is A. The setup, screens, and operations are entirely different.
Summary: I ordered this to use as a puppy cam to watch my dogs to make sure they are not getting into trouble. This is a complete POS. I unpacked it got it connected the thing timed out at least 5 times trying to "test internet".
Summary: Low resolution. This company doesn't have their software worked out. It should still be in beta testing for another year or so. I'm guessing all the engineers are too busy throwing nerf toys around the office and cashing in on stock options to focus on getting this right.