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D-Link announces three new Wi-Fi cameras

But not the one that works with Apple HomeKit

D-Link introduced three new Wi-Fi cameras today, all of which come with sound and motion detection, night vision, and local recording. The HD Wi-Fi Camera (DCS-936L) features a 720p camera with 4x digital zoom, and can record continuous, scheduled, or detection triggered video on a microSD card (up to 128GB). It also features a Wi-Fi signal locator to help you choose the best place to place the camera for an optimal connection, remote viewing through the mydlink Lite app, and it's the cheapest of the three cameras, coming in at just $79.

The HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (DCS-5030L) has all the same specifications as the HD Wi-Fi Camera, but includes 340 degree pan and 110 degree tilt capability, allowing you to remotely change the angle of your camera. That sole feature comes at a premium, with the HD Pan & Tilt Camera coming in at $139.

D-Link's most notable product is the HD 180-Degree Wi-Fi Camera (DCS-8200LH), which comes with a wide angle lens, IFTTT Support, and can be integrated with other D-Link Connected Home devices to provide additional actions like turning on when a water sensor is activated. It also features 802.11ac Wi-Fi, which should offer improved range over the other two cameras D-Link introduced today.

But if you're really looking for a Wi-Fi camera from D-Link that can merge with your existing smart home devices, it might be best to wait until the fall when the company releases its Apple HomeKit-ready Wi-Fi camera.

The HD 180-Degree Wi-Fi Camera will be available in July for $139. You can purchase the HD Wi-Fi Camera and the HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera from D-Link and other online retailers today.