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D-Link Wireless Network Camera DCS-930L Unboxing

2 May 2012 52 Comments

The D-Link Wireless Network Camera DCS-930L is a network WiFi IP camera which can be used for surveillance and the unique thing about this camera is that it is cloud enabled so you can watch the feed from anywhere you just need an internet connection you also get mobile apps for android / iOS devices.

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  • headshot9663 said:

    hi ranjit,im 15 years old and i subbed to you not long ago..i find you videos to be very interesting.keep it up and good luck for more reviews

  • HindustanKaDil said:

    Wireless is Ok but what is “cloud enabled” in context with a webcam.

  • geekyranjit said:

    Its there marketing term of saying that you can access the video feed from the camera from anywhere by going to their website you just need an internet connection.

  • PeppesPizzaPie said:

    WHY call it a “wireless camera” when the first thing i see is 3 meters of cable? And mac compatible?? You really think mac owners have a WINDOWS pc in the house? :-) Needed to install this thing?

  • geekyranjit said:

    It’s a wireless cam you do not need that ethernet cable to set it up actually, but for initial installation connecting it to a wired router is easier you can also do it wirelessly but you need WPS for that, yeah biggest thing that is bugging me is that you need Windows computer and IE web-browser to set it up.

  • vishal pratap singh said:

    Interesting device but I was more curious abt the other device CLOUD ROUTER, sounds new to me. Also Ranjit I use D-LINK dsl2750u router, how do I connect it to my printer hp m1213nf MFP to it and access my printer on air. Thank you.

  • basavakiran007 said:

    pls review Lava XOLO

  • sachin naik said:

    Is Intel dual core processor lunched on socket 1155 please give more info on this

  • sachin naik said:

    Is Intel stopped the Core 2 duo processor production

  • shrey sharma said:

    really intrested….. what is the cost of this WIFI camera and is it compatable with normal routers also???

  • geekyranjit said:

    D-Link did not mention my the retail end user price but the MRP printed on the box is Rs 6,150….. I am currently going to install it on a normal router and see if it works, first need to damm install windows coz the installation is not working on a Mac.

  • headshot9663 said:

    hi ranjit,im 15 years old and i subbed to you not long ago..i find you videos to be very interesting.keep it up and good luck for more reviews

  • HindustanKaDil said:

    Wireless is Ok but what is “cloud enabled” in context with a webcam.

  • geekyranjit said:

    Its there marketing term of saying that you can access the video feed from the camera from anywhere by going to their website you just need an internet connection.

  • PeppesPizzaPie said:

    WHY call it a “wireless camera” when the first thing i see is 3 meters of cable? And mac compatible?? You really think mac owners have a WINDOWS pc in the house? :-) Needed to install this thing?

  • geekyranjit said:

    It’s a wireless cam you do not need that ethernet cable to set it up actually, but for initial installation connecting it to a wired router is easier you can also do it wirelessly but you need WPS for that, yeah biggest thing that is bugging me is that you need Windows computer and IE web-browser to set it up.

  • vishal pratap singh said:

    Interesting device but I was more curious abt the other device CLOUD ROUTER, sounds new to me. Also Ranjit I use D-LINK dsl2750u router, how do I connect it to my printer hp m1213nf MFP to it and access my printer on air. Thank you.

  • prithvi1112 said:

    Interesting device but I was more curious abt the other device CLOUD ROUTER, sounds new to me. Also Ranjit I use D-LINK dsl2750u router, how do I connect it to my printer hp m1213nf MFP to it and access my printer on air. Thank you.

  • Ranjit Kumar said:
  • Anup Chakraborty said:
  • basavakiran007 said:

    pls review Lava XOLO

  • sachin naik said:

    Is Intel dual core processor lunched on socket 1155 please give more info on this

  • wow1808 said:

    Is Intel dual core processor lunched on socket 1155 please give more info on this

  • sachin naik said:

    Is Intel stopped the Core 2 duo processor production

  • wow1808 said:

    Is Intel stopped the Core 2 duo processor production

  • shrey sharma said:

    really intrested….. what is the cost of this WIFI camera and is it compatable with normal routers also???

  • shrey020 said:

    really intrested….. what is the cost of this WIFI camera and is it compatable with normal routers also???

  • geekyranjit said:

    D-Link did not mention my the retail end user price but the MRP printed on the box is Rs 6,150….. I am currently going to install it on a normal router and see if it works, first need to damm install windows coz the installation is not working on a Mac.

  • tanujdevilslave1 said:

    Yeah. it’s 3rd gen intel core processors code named “ivy bridge”. Would work on z68 & z77 motherboards…

  • tanujdevilslave1 said:

    This product can be used for surveillance.

  • MarcDineshNaidu said:

    Hi ranjit from Singapore!

    Love your detailed videos and reviews.

    For the d link web cam, does it support two way communication or just a microphone? Can it work like an intercom for the door entrance too to screen visitors?

    If not, could you recommend a webcam product that has two way voice?

    Thanks!

    Marc

  • MarcDineshNaidu said:

    Hi ranjit from Singapore!

    Love your detailed videos and reviews.

    For the d link web cam, does it support two way communication or just a microphone? Can it work like an intercom for the door entrance too to screen visitors?

    If not, could you recommend a webcam product that has two way voice?

    Thanks!

    Marc

  • geekyranjit said:

    No its not a two-way communication, just you get the video & audio feed from the cam.

  • MarcDineshNaidu said:

    Anything to recommend that has 2 way?

  • geekyranjit said:

    @shrey020: I have just set it up with a normal WiFi router and it works fine…… for remote feed over the internet you can go to mydlink (dot)com and see the feed its working fine, tried it also on my android phone and it works great.

  • geekyranjit said:

    Wrong the current the dual-core chips i.e i3 have not yet been launched on the ivybridge platform yet by intel only the desktop variants i5 and i7 Quad core chips have been launched….. the low power laptop parts and the desktop i3 (dual core) chips on the Ivybridge are scheduled to be launched later on.

    But you can definitely currently get the Sandybridge i3 those are dual-core and use the LGA 1155 socket.

  • geekyranjit said:

    Wrong the current the dual-core chips i.e i3 have not yet been launched on the ivybridge platform yet by intel only the desktop variants i5 and i7 Quad core chips have been launched….. the low power laptop parts and the desktop i3 (dual core) chips on the Ivybridge are scheduled to be launched later on.

    But you can definitely currently get the Sandybridge i3 those are dual-core and use the LGA 1155 socket.

  • sachin naik said:

    No no I was not mentioning i3 I was mentioning The old Dual core Socket 775. I heard that it is. lunched (relunched) on Socket 1155

  • tanujdevilslave1 said:

    Yeah. it’s 3rd gen intel core processors code named “ivy bridge”. Would work on z68 & z77 motherboards…

  • tanujdevilslave1 said:

    This product can be used for surveillance.

  • MarcDineshNaidu said:

    Hi ranjit from Singapore!Love your detailed videos and reviews. For the d link web cam, does it support two way communication or just a microphone? Can it work like an intercom for the door entrance too to screen visitors?If not, could you recommend a webcam product that has two way voice?Thanks!Marc

  • geekyranjit said:

    No its not a two-way communication, just you get the video & audio feed from the cam.

  • tanujdevilslave1 said:

    My Bad. i should’ve mentioned that…

  • MarcDineshNaidu said:

    Anything to recommend that has 2 way?

  • geekyranjit said:

    @shrey020: I have just set it up with a normal WiFi router and it works fine…… for remote feed over the internet you can go to mydlink (dot)com and see the feed its working fine, tried it also on my android phone and it works great.

  • geekyranjit said:

    Wrong the current the dual-core chips i.e i3 have not yet been launched on the ivybridge platform yet by intel only the desktop variants i5 and i7 Quad core chips have been launched….. the low power laptop parts and the desktop i3 (dual core) chips on the Ivybridge are scheduled to be launched later on.But you can definitely currently get the Sandybridge i3 those are dual-core and use the LGA 1155 socket.

  • sachin naik said:

    No no I was not mentioning i3 I was mentioning The old Dual core Socket 775. I heard that it is. lunched (relunched) on Socket 1155

  • wow1808 said:

    No no I was not mentioning i3 I was mentioning The old Dual core Socket 775. I heard that it is. lunched (relunched) on Socket 1155

  • tanujdevilslave1 said:

    My Bad. i should’ve mentioned that…

  • geekyranjit said:

    tp-link & Zyxel have some IP cameras that have 2 way communication.

  • geekyranjit said:

    tp-link & Zyxel have some IP cameras that have 2 way communication.

  • pravin chaudhary said:

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