Packaging and Accessories:
As is typical of most D-Link
products; this camera came in a shrink wrapped package. The outer cover is full color showing a picture of the camera on the front along with the model number. The sides of the packaging provide a list of the contents and some of the features you can expect once you get it set up. The back lists some of the features you can use via the mydlink app.
Once you open the flap you will find a cardboard tray that houses the camera, wall power adapter, Ethernet cable, base, quick start guide, and some mounting hardware.
The camera itself is mostly white with a black bezel around the lens. The camera lens takes up the upper 2/3rds of the device with a microphone just below the bezel. Just below the microphone is the status LED. On the bottom left of the device there is an infrared LED for illumination in the dark, centered is the PIR sensor, and to the right is the speaker. Slightly above the speaker is a little notch that is the light sensor.
On the left side of the camera (when facing the lens) is the microSD card slot.
The back of the camera has the terminals for the digital input and output, PoE port, 5V DC power port and screw connection for the base. This screw connection uses the same standard as other cameras, so if you need a specialty mount, you should have an easier time finding something.
The base has a small round platform which has two holes for wall or ceiling mounting. At the top of the stem is a knurled knob to adjust the angle of the threaded connection for the camera.
Overall the components appear to be made of quality parts and feel like they are well made and well thought out.