Summary: The D-Link DCS-5300G turned out to be a very versatile motorized internet camera. The D-Link software has improved greatly since the camera was first introduced. I have used this camera for years to remotely monitor my home, and it has performed admirably.
Summary: hi all the dlink dcs 5300 is a good product but a hard configure also you must do a firmware update because its not work good without the last firmware also its hard to configure the wifi but in the overall its a good product
Summary: This item is a discontinued model from D-Link and I knew it when I bought it. The seller has been helpful and D-Link email tech support has been helpful also, albeit rather slow in response. Yet, I have not been able to get it working wirelessly.
Summary: I bought 2. VERY pleased with setup and operation. After 2 years, one of the PTZ motors stopped working. I would LOVE these cams if they lasted longer. One feature that I cant live without is that I can view the cams on my Windows Mobile cellphone. Had to use a 3rd party application, [...]
Summary: Product performs well, for applications not requiring Zoom, included software is easy to use and network discovery is quick and easy. Pan/Tilt functions are quick, the only comment I would make is that the servomotors hit the stops to find the index point on initial power on and make a "clacking"...
Summary: We purchased 4 of these cams for a retail security system, and had them professionally installed. They are not doing the job! The software is difficult to configure and to operate. The cams are slow to respond to PTZ commands. The audio is non-existant.
Summary: The DCS-5300 only works with Internet Explorer, which is okay. The DCS-5300 lets you remotely control the camera, which is okay. The DCS-5300 reboots itself every 24 hours from when you plugged it in, which is okay.