Summary: ·480p resolution only - however for price I understand. I would have preferred 720p or 1080p.
Pros: · Packed Full of Features for the price
Cons: · Requires Java to be installed, Very Annoying browser allowance messages as result. Firmware update stopped it from detecting Java in Internet Explorer, Works great in Firefox after update however.
Summary: The motion and sound detection features sounds like a great feature, however, I found them to be a bit of a let down since the only option through the MyDlink site is to send an email if it detects a motion or sound. There is an option on the device website to email images or a very short video, but you need an SMTP mail relay to direct this to and is not an available option though the MyDlink settings or Cloud services.
Pros: I found the D-Link DCS-933L Cloud camera to be pretty good at the general purpose it was intended for. That is connect to the internet via a browser or smartphone/tablet
Cons: I think the camera offers a lot for the price, however, some of the advertised features were just not executed as I would have liked to see. Many of them are also available only in the camera's built in webpage or by using the D-ViewCam software as opposed to the MyDlink Cloud site where most people will use this product.