Summary: Cheaper and infinitely more accessible, home network cameras are quickly solidifying themselves are better alternatives for home or office surveillance. They’re not all perfect devices though; we still remember the hassle of installing some, or submitting helplessly to their storage-consuming ways. In comes D-Link DCS-942L, ready to change things around. We’re certainly glad they did. The DCS-942L doesn’t look too different from the crop.
Pros: Easy to set up, microSD support, Night vision works well, Good video quality
Excerpt: Whether you see it as step towards an Orwellian surveillance state or a necessary measure to ensure the protection of your home, there's no denying that DIY home security camera kits are big business these days. D-Link have recently launched a web-connected model, the The DCS-942L, which offers mobile monitoring, motion detection and night-vision recording at an attractive price. But with a series of bugs, can it be relied upon to help keep an eye on your home?