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|D-Link ANZ launches new Omna Wire-Free Indoor/Outdoor Home Surveillance Kits and Single Camera options
Significantly expands range and options
SYDNEY, 9 October 2019 – D-Link ANZ has launched new multi-pack options and expanded its Omna range with the DCS-2804KT OMNA Wire-Free Indoor/Outdoor Camera Kit 4-Pack, DCS-2803KT 3-Pack kit and the DCS-2800LH Omna Wire-Free Wi-Fi Battery Camera add-on unit.
DCS-2804KT OMNA Wire-Free Indoor/Outdoor Camera Kit 4-Pack
The new 3-pack and 4-pack camera kits include 100% Wire-Free Lithium battery powered cameras that have 135º Full HD resolution video recording at 24 fps. They also feature advanced adjustable PIR motion detection system and users can receive real-time notifications and remotely view live Full HD 1080p video with 2-way audio. There’s also night vision with up to 7.5 metres of clear video in complete darkness and the cameras work seamlessly with both the Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, and are also If This Then That (IFTTT) compatible.
DCS-2803KT OMNA Wire-Free Indoor/Outdoor Camera Kit 3-Pack
Both 3 and 4-kit packs also come with complimentary 12 month Premium mydlink cloud recording subscription. This includes 14 days of video retention on up to 5 mydlink cameras.
The DCS-2800LH Omna Wire-Free Wi-Fi Battery Camera is a single camera that can be used to add to an existing Omna Wire-Free Camera Kit, which is sold separately. It features the same specifications as the cameras in the 3 and 4-kit packs and has an IP65 weatherproof camera body.
D-Link’s Omna Wire-Free Surveillance Kits and cameras meet the ever-increasing need for around-the-clock, smart home monitoring. They bring smart surveillance to all areas and with their significantly extended battery life thanks to powerful lithium batteries, the ability to record locally or to the cloud, combined with a complimentary 12-month subscription to the mydlink™ Cloud recording service.
DCS-2800LH Omna Wire-Free Wi-Fi Battery Camera Add-On Unit
The Omna Wire-Free Surveillance Kits also come with the free mydlink™ mobile app to install the devices, control your cameras, set up schedules or event triggers, view live or saved video footage in Full High Definition video, and be alerted to all your notifications – so you can feel at ease whenever you’re away from home.
With the complimentary 12-month Premium subscription to the mydlink™ Cloud Recording service that’s usually US$49.99 (see below for full details of D-Link cloud recording subscriptions), you can have peace of mind with automated storage of your video recordings to the mydlink™ Cloud service, supporting more than 6 Million users globally. You can also playback recordings in the cloud, or a microSD card, or download video clips to your mobile device from anywhere, anytime, through the Internet.
mydlink™ cloud recording offers free and paid subscriptions with pricing details as follows:
The new DCS-2804KT OMNA Wire-Free Indoor/Outdoor Camera Kit 4-Pack, DCS-2803KT OMNA Wire-Free Indoor/Outdoor Camera Kit 3-Pack and DCS-2800LH Omna Wire-Free Wi-Fi Battery Camera add-on unit are available now in Australia at www.dlink.com.au and in New Zealand at www.dlink.co.nz and at all authorised D-Link resellers, retailers and partners across Australia and New Zealand for the following RRPs:
DCS-2804KT OMNA Wire-Free Indoor/Outdoor Camera Kit 4-Pack – AUD$1299.95, NZ$1399.99
DCS-2803KT OMNA Wire-Free Indoor/Outdoor Camera Kit 3-Pack – AUD$1099.95, NZ$1199.99
DCS-2800LH Omna Wire-Free Wi-Fi Battery Camera Add-On Unit – $349.95, NZ$349.99
The new DCS-2804KT OMNA Wire-Free Indoor/Outdoor Camera Kit 4-Pack
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The new DCS-2803KT OMNA Wire-Free Indoor/Outdoor Camera Kit 3-Pack
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The new DCS-2800LH single Omna Wire-Free Wi-Fi Battery Camera Add-On Unit
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Snap Happy Smartphone Generation Loses 20% of Phone Memory to Terrible Pictures
New research from Avast finds the average person keeps 952 digital photos on their phone but 200 of these are actually bad quality or duplicates
Avast (LSE:AVST), a global leader in digital security products, today revealed that the typical person has 952 photos on their devices at any given time, of which as many as 22% are bad quality, blurry, dark or duplicate images. The research found that on average 292 images are stored by WhatsApp and 86 screenshots are saved by the users, and getting rid of these photos could free up at least one fifth (20%) of a smartphone’s storage space, increasing the enjoyment of the device.
The worst offenders
Perhaps defying expectations of the ‘selfie generation’, the research found that 18-24 year olds actually have the fewest number of photos saved, perhaps due to the increasing popularity of near-live photo content through Snapchat and Instagram stories, which disappear after 24 hours. 25-44 year olds have the highest number of photos on their devices, with over 1,000 stored in their phone memory.
“Why do people carry around really bad photos? This could be because those who are parents in this age bracket are taking lots of photos of their kids, and cannot bring themselves to delete the less than perfect ones or do not have the time to go through their photos properly, something many of us can relate to,” added Sandro Villinger, Performance Products, Avast.
The research also found that women take 24% more photographs than men do, with an average of 200 more photos stored on their device and 1,053 photos in total on their camera gallery, compared to an average of 851 for men.
The data shows that in general, having many hundreds of photos saved on your device is a global trend, and that smartphone users in each of the 45 countries Avast studied are also not regularly deleting the bad ones. In Japan, almost a third of smartphone user’s storage space is wasted because of dark, blurred or duplicate snaps, and in the UK, consumers waste almost a quarter of their hard drive space.
Sandro Villinger added, “Increasing amounts of storage and great in-built camera quality on our smartphones allow us to snap away happily. However, phones that come with large in-built storage capacity are still among the most expensive, and additionally many services today delivered via apps that have to be downloaded. It’s easy to see how a lack of memory on your phone can really impact your enjoyment, so getting into the habit of deleting bad photos regularly is a quick and simple way to keep your current device usable.”
Visit the Avast blog to find out more about which countries take the most photos and what quality they are.
For more details on Avast Photo Cleaner for Android, please visit: https://www.avast.com/cleanup-android
The data in this document is anonymous data analyzed from 6 million Avast Cleanup users on Android and Mac. The data was collected across a six month period, from December 2018 to June 2019.