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Motorola Digital Video Baby Monitor -Review! 

A couple of weeks ago Madison got to review the Motorola Digital Video Baby Monitor from the Babiesrus Babyologist Scheme, I got to say this Video Baby Monitor is brilliant, much better than the cheap on I had when Justin was born.

This Video Camera Features:

The Motorola Digital Video Baby monitor will give you the reassurance that your child is resting peacefully. You can feel comfortable that your little one will come through loud and clear when they need you. A 3.5 inch LCD colour display shows sound and video monitoring, with infrared night vision. Data encryption is built-in for added security.

The MBP36S Digital Video Baby monitor has a useful range of up to 200 with an out-of-range warning, allowing you to move around the house or the garden comfortably, knowing that you will hear when your little one is awake. When being used in battery mode, the screen will go blank after two minutes of inactivity, at which point the unit enters a power saving mode.

The 2.4 GHz technology offers a more reliable wireless connection than previous cordless technologies, which means ideal range and less chance of missing something important in your baby’s room due to a weak or dropped signal.

The Video Baby Monitor also features two-way communication, so you can speak or sing to your baby remotely or communicate with a partner in the room.

Colour LCD Screen with infrared Night Vision.

It has a full-colour 3.5 inch LCD display shows real-time video and sound in your baby’s room with up to 25 FPS video playback, letting you keep informed of what’s going on visually as well as audibly. Infrared night vision means you can also stay in touch with what’s going in your baby’s room without any lights to disturb little sleepers.

Optional accessories ( Sold separately).

You can also add additional cameras to enhance your viewing area and will help you to keep an eye on your baby.

Data encryption for security!

The Motorola MBP36S encrypts the audio data it transfers for added security and peace of mind.

The Monitor also has five LEDs to indicate the level of sound activity in the room, letting you keep an eye on your baby’s activity by a simple visual representation.

Room Temperature Monitor!

The MBP36S’s transmitter is equipped with a room temperature sensor which is reported on the receiver’s LCD display, so you can ensure that it never gets too hot or too cold for your little one.

Upto 200 range without range warning!

The strong wireless range of the MBP36S lets you keep connected to your baby up to 200 m away, so even if you have a larger home you don’t have to give up safety or the ability to stay connected to your little one. An alarm sounds when you’re getting out of range of the transmitting unit, so you’ll never have to wonder if you’re close enough to hear what’s going on.

Pan, Tilt & Zoom!

Control the MBP36S’s camera remotely to pan, tilt and zoom the video image as needed.

Five Lullabies built-in!

Lull your baby to sleep with one of five polyphonic lullabies programmed into the MBP36S, it has sound great melodies!

This shows up on the Monitor if you aren’t connected to the Video Baby Monitor and makes a heart beat sound!

This is an infrared image of Madison sleeping, I’m speechless how clear this video monitor really is!

If anyone is looking for a Video Baby Monitor, I would highly recommend this one!

Disclaimer: I was sent a Motorola Video Baby Monitor to try out on Madison as she is part of the BabiesRus Babyologist Scheme, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

28 thoughts on “Motorola Digital Video Baby Monitor -Review! 

  1. Wow the images are really clear aren’t they? I would have loved one of these when mine were babies, it really does give you a whole new level of security.

  2. We’ve never used a baby cam when my daughter was a baby. Maybe because we lived in a small house then and we could hear every single sound she made even when we were in a different room. But I can imagine how handy they are for other parents!

  3. This does look great! I love the feature of the music you can play and being able to add more cameras is a brilliant idea. I can never see everything I want to with mine so that would certainly help. One thing I think it’s missing though are the sensor pads to detect if baby has stopped breathing. The comfort of knowing they were there when mine was a newborn was priceless. (I have the Angelcare 1100)

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