High-quality Video Baby Monitors have redefined baby monitoring. From providing just one-way audio and video, monitors have come a long way in providing two-way conversations, superior viewing experience with such features as remote-controlled zooming, panning, and tilting. The video and audio quality has simultaneously significantly improved. Monitors now allow even low-light viewing. While the product experience has definitely improved, for customers, the biggest takeaway has been peace of mind.
Here is a list of the best 5 video monitors in 2014. The review starts with #5:
#5 – Samsung SEW-3037W Wireless Pan Tilt and Zoom, 3.5 inch
The monitor provides high-quality experience with its VGA (640X480) resolution and total digital signal on a 3.5″ LCD display. A secure and interference-free 2.4 Ghz signal provides good experience in viewing. Enhance your watching experience with its remote-controlled panning, zooming and tilting. You can optionally add up to 4 cameras for more comprehensive viewing. You can engage the baby in a two-way conversation with its built-in 2-way talk audio system. You can use the remote-controlled night light to lull your baby to sleep. The Samsung SEW-3037W Wireless Pan Tilt Video Baby Monitor Infrared Night Vision and Zoom, 3.5 inch can remove white background noise and provide disturbance-free interactions. The monitor gives low-battery warning, IR LEDs that are non-visible, and comes with a flip stand with belt clip. All in all, it can be a good buy.
#4 – Motorola MBP33 Wireless Video Monitor with Infrared and Zoom, 2.8 Inch
The unique selling point of the Motorola MBP33 Wireless Video Baby Monitor with Infrared Night Vision and Zoom, 2.8 Inch is most probably its 2.4 ghz fhss wireless technology. You know how irritating it can get when you have a lot of wires to manage. You can, on its 2.8″colored screen of LCD variant, enjoy good video clarity. You are going to love intelligent features such as room temperature monitor, vision in the night, polyphonic lullabies, LED alerts for noise levels and a warning beyond 200-meter range. Obviously, a lot of thought has been paid to make sure that you know every movement of the baby. However, to have the vision in night facility working, make sure that no light is shining on the parent unit.
#3 – Motorola MBP36 Remote Wireless Monitor with 3.5-Inch Color Screen, Night Vision and Remote
You can say that the Motorola MBP36 Remote Wireless Video Baby Monitor with 3.5-Inch Color LCD Screen, Infrared Night Vision and Remote Camera Pan, Tilt, and Zoom is the identical twin of the MBP33 variant. But this one costs more than its identical twin. So why would you buy it? One, it offers a bigger display with a 3.5″LCD variant screen. Two, the product comes packaged with a 1-year warranty. Three, unlike its twin, its vision feature does not operate conditionally.
#2 – Infant Optics DXR-8 Pan/Tilt/Zoom 3.5″ Video Baby Monitor With Interchangeable Optical Lens
The Infant Optics DXR-8 Pan/Tilt/Zoom 3.5″ Video Baby Monitor With Interchangeable Optical Lens allows you to customize the viewing angle and zoom percentage which is such an assuring feature, especially for parents. It is also a unique feature of this monitor. Its 3.5″LED display monitor with a retractable antenna and remote-controlled zoom, pan and tilting features make viewing a comfortable experience. The battery life is notably long – 6 hours when you are operating it and 10 hours in power-saving mode. It comes packaged with an optical zoom lens. Wide angle lens is available separately.
#1 – Infant Optics DXR-5 2.4 GHz Digital Monitor with Night Vision
Wireless transmission and power-saving capabilities are the stand-out features of the Infant Optics DXR-5 2.4 GHz Digital Video Baby Monitor with Night Vision. Its 2.4 GHz wireless transmission works up to 150 feet in enclosed and 800 feet open areas. Data transmission is secure. If it does not sense any noise for 3 minutes, it shuts the monitor down. The 2.4 TFT screen provides good experience.