Smartthings only allows for video viewing within the smartthings mobile app if you use the built-in smart home monitor feature. And that only works with a very few camera models. And unless things have changed recently, you cannot use motion feature of any of those models as a trigger to SmartThings. Here’s the official support FAQ on video integration:
You can do more with smarttiles as long as the camera has a web URL where you can view the video. @tgauchat can say more about that.
If the camera has an IFTTT channel, like Arlo, you can get indirect integration that way. You still can’t see the video inside the smartthings mobile app. But you can easily trigger SmartThings events off of the camera’s motion sensor.
Other people have done other types of integrations using custom code. See, for example:
(ActionTiles.com co-founder Terry @ActionTiles; GitHub: @cosmicpuppy)
Thanks @JDRoberts for pointing out that for viewing live video streams along side SmartThings tiles, SmartTiles is often a great choice. Currently there are limited selection of cameras that work really well… But still plenty. There’s also a “5 seconds” stop motion view that allows more cameras to work.
The DCS-2330L is an outdoor camera listed in the Video Integration FAQ unless I am missing something. I had mine working with the hub for a while before I turned it off. It is not a spectacular camera but it is at least rated for outside.