Infant Optics DXR-8 vs Motorola MBP26

To best decide between the Infant Optics DXR-8 or Motorola MBP26 carefully review our detailed analysis of the specs, features, and prices and choose the best one for your needs.
Infant Optics DXR-8 vs Motorola MBP26

Infant Optics DXR-8

Motorola MBP26

Spec Comparison of Infant Optics DXR-8 and Motorola MBP26

Infant Optics DXR-8 Motorola MBP26
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Type
Video Baby Monitor Video Baby Monitor
Wireless technology
2.4 GHz FHSS 4 Selectable Channels 2.4 GHz Digital Wireless Tecnology
Add on Camera Support
Up to 3 add-on Camera Up to 3 add-on Camera
Transmission Range
700 feet(up to)
656 feet
Pan and Tilt
yes yes
Two-way Talk
yes yes
IR/Night Vision
yes yes
LCD Display
3.5″ TFT color display at 320×240 px RGB colors 2.4 inch colour LCD screen with improved quality
Battery Life(Standby Mode)
10 Hours
Battery Life (Screen ON)
6 Hours 3.5 hrs
Battery
1200mAH Li-ion 3.7V rechargeable battery Requires 4 x AA (Babysense) & 1 x Recharable battery pack (MBP26) batteries
Time to Charge Full
7 Hours
Features Summary
  • First-ever monitor with interchangeable optical lens capability – allowing you to customize viewing angle and zoom
  • Large 3.5 inches full color LCD display in sleek, compact unit with retractable antenna, with sound-activated LED display
  • Remote pan, tilt and digital zoom
  • Long battery life,10 hours on power-saving mode, 6 hours with screen on
  • 2.4 inch colour LCD screen with improved quality
  • Data encryption for security and 2.4 GHz wireless technology, resolution and refresh rate
  • Digital pan, tilt camera and infrared night vision to monitor baby while in the dark
  • Two-way communication to talk and soothe your baby to sleep during nap time
  • Up to 200 metres range with out-of-range warning
Warranty
Limited manufacturer warranty Limited manufacturer warranty

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