Motorola MBP26 Wireless 2.4 GHz Video Baby Monitor with 2.4″ Color LCD Screen, Infrared Night Vision and Remote Camera Pan and Tilt

January 22, 2014 - Comment

The MBP26 is a video baby monitor by Motorola. Its Digital 2.4 GHz FHSS technology gives you peace of mind in knowing that its digital signal communication is secure so others cannot eavesdrop. It also ensures that it will remain free of interference from other wireless electronic devices commonly used around the home. With Motorola’s

The MBP26 is a video baby monitor by Motorola. Its Digital 2.4 GHz FHSS technology gives you peace of mind in knowing that its digital signal communication is secure so others cannot eavesdrop. It also ensures that it will remain free of interference from other wireless electronic devices commonly used around the home. With Motorola’s MBP26 your sure to hear every peep.

Product Features

  • Up to 520 foot range with out of range alert
  • 2.4 Inch Color LCD monitor with infrared night vision
  • Optical Pan and Tilt and LED sound level indicators on parent unit
  • Parent unit has a rechargeable battery with a low battery alert
  • Parent unit can be paired with up to four baby units (cameras); One parent unit (monitor) and one baby unit (camera) included

Comments

l@wiz says:

Night Camera Doesn’t Work I felt compelled to write my first Amazon review on this product because there are few reviews on it to date and two that I have read are largely positive. I am returning this product. The night camera does not work at all. If you use any kind of a night light in your child’s room, you cannot see ANYTHING with this monitor, and I mean nothing. It was difficult to make out even the blob shape that was my daughter’s crib, let alone anything inside the crib, or my daughter herself. The day…

Timothy Lovett says:

Meh, decent baby monitor with some disappointing results Meh it works but it’s not what I had hoped it’d be.I decided this would be a neat way to keep an eye on my dogs when I’m not upstairs with them but start to hear rough housing upstairs. It works but the quality really wasn’t what I expected. I was a bit let down from it just because it wasn’t up to the standard I’d have expected from Motorola.On top of that as other reviewers have mentioned the night vision is almost impossible to use. I can’t see a thing when I attempt…

Candace Smartt says:

Night vision is sub-par… look into the Samsung Despite a recognizable brand, the night vision is inadequate on this product and the pan/tilt feature leaves much to be desired. Was impossible to tell if baby was awake or asleep in very dark conditions. We upgraded to a Samsung SEW-3037W and could not be happier. We also tried a Summer, which had decent resolution (still not as good as the Samsung), but after a month, it unexpectedly started having interference issues with our wireless network. Had to return it, even after troubleshooting…

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