The leading networking vendor, D-Link Corporation, has kept on suffusing abundant of innovations in its products. This time, it’s the turn of its Omna 180 Cam HD (DSH-C310), which has received cutting edge technological inputs including the infrared night vision capability which makes it possible to see up to five meters in complete darkness. This innovative product also carries motion detection feature which triggers alerts and automatic video clip recording. In fact the record motion detection triggers video clips directly to a microSD2 card up to 128 GB, with remote playback capabilities. This enables pre-event snapshot and recording, with more flexibility on recording video locally to the camera without impacting network or Internet bandwidth.
Now, this amazing product is made available online—buyers can directly purchase from Apple.com. Very soon, the Omna 180 Cam can also be bought from Apple stores speared across the globe.
The Apple HomeKit enabled Omna 180 Cam HD provides an easy way for users to monitor their home for extra peace of mind. Omna’s HomeKit integration allows users to be ‘always home’ and includes advanced security features with end-to-end encryption and authentication between the camera and an iPhone or iPad. When activity is detected, users will receive a rich notification on their lock screen, delivered via the Apple Home app, showing a live feed from the camera. Users can even access their Omna remotely to see what’s happening in their home in real time. The Omna 180 Cam HD will retail for $199.99 (tax excluded).
● 180-Degree Field of View – Omna is derived from the Latin word ‘omnis’ meaning all-encompassing. Most cameras offer a limited 130-degree lens, while D-Link’s unique 180-degree solutions and de-warping technology allow users to see just about everywhere and everything.
● Dynamic Video Streaming – The video bitrate continuously adjusts to ensure optimal performance given the available bandwidth.
● Two-Way Audio – Listen and speak using the camera’s built-in microphone and speaker, so even when users are not at home they can still make their presence known.