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The D-Link Pan & Tilt Day/Night Network Camera offers a lot of maneuverability and competitive features. Click through to see what this cloud camera can do.

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Out of the box, you get a power cord, an Ethernet cord, and a bracket for mounting the camera.

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The device itself is simple, with a single button and minimal inputs.

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Plug in the Ethernet cord and power cord to get started.

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The LEDs on the front will flash different colors as you go through the process.

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The left light turns green when the camera is up and running. Mount the camera on the plate and screw it into the wall to get the best viewing angle once you're ready.

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The image resolution maxes out at 640x480 but looks clear enough. Use the pan/tilt function to remotely look around the room.

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When you zoom in, the lower quality starts to show.

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The D-Link cam doubles as a handy Wi-Fi extender, broadcasting signal to previously unreachable corners of your house.

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You can customize motion and sound alerts and notifications. Use the red box to indicate the exact area you want the camera to monitor.

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The app, available for free for iOS and Android, has a simple, intuitive interface.

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The D-Link Pan & Tilt Day/Night Network Camera gives you lots of flexible options for keeping an eye on your home from afar.

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