Summary: Taking it apart requires force, as the cage the cam is bolted in to is too small for it (looks like the engineer designing it didn't take into account the bulk of ribbon cables). Worse, the cage is made of the same flimsy plastic.
Pros: Pan and tilt from a remote location is nice. Zooms in a long way.
Cons: So-so low light performance, gets very grainy very quickly. Picture quality is acceptable at higher res settings, but can only to 10fps in the higher setting. No integrated screenshot or video capture ability. Requires Internet Explorer (What's the point in a web based cam if it requires Windows-...
Cons: I have a DCS-6620G and DCS-5300W. They both developed minor problems shortly after the 1 year warranty ran out. The DCS-6620G ethernet port failed and the DCS-5300G pan capability failed. I called DLink tech support and they told me that they will not repair these products or exchange them after ...
The finished product almost makes up for the price tag.
Dustin Loftis, Amazon
10 January 2010
Summary: This device has been out for a while, and a lot of the reviews pointed at a shaky start. But, as with any product, hardware revisions will have fixed most of the issues, and firmware will have fixed the rest. I decided to give it a try. The hardware is excellent.
Summary: Have had this camera for over two years and it has functioned rock solid. I have no problems with it dropping the connection and the setup only took about 15 minutes. I have the camera sitting in a window and I am able to read a license plate a block away.