D-Link DCS-2332L Network Cloud Camera
The packaging for the DCS-2332L carries a number of features listed on the front of the box. Through a clear window, you get a peek at the camera itself.
The scope of delivery for the 2332L includes mounting hardware for the camera, along with an Ethernet cable, wireless antenna, and reading materials.
The back of the camera houses the speaker to the left, and under the panel at the bottom, a microSD slot. The power cord is also sealed into the unit.
Here, we have the wireless antenna connection.
Taking a look at the camera, we find the lens is protected by glass. The motion sensor is below that, with IR LED to the right.
Moving back to the rear of the camera, we have an Ethernet port that is covered by a rubber grommet.
Looking at the camera from the side, you can see it carries a slim profile, which makes it easier to install in tight areas.
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