As a parent, it’s important to monitor your baby’s needs even when you’re in a different room. You always want to know how your baby is doing constantly. You want to keep them safe and looked after. Baby cameras are total game changers in the parenting game and Infant Optics DXR-8 is most certainly the very best baby monitor in the market right now. Its reliable, super flexible and very safe. You’re here now because you know you only want the best for your baby. Here we’ll discuss all that you need to know about Infant Optics DXR-8; why you never thought you would prefer a non-WiFi baby monitor over one that requires WiFi and Infant Optics DXR-8’s unique tools and essential features that are helpful for you and, of course, your baby. Here’s why Infant Optics DXR-8 is the very best baby monitor for you and your child.

 

What’s Infant Optics DXR-8? Baby Monitor In New York

Infant Optics DXR-8 is what you consider a high-end baby camera. As a parent, you would like to have the ability to provide the constant care your little one requires. Infant Optics DXR-8 shows real time video directly at the palm of your hand in a slender 3.5″ LCD color display screen. Showing a crystal clear image of your baby. The video screen is of very top-notch quality, economically both during daylight and night viewing– the audio is of very good quality too; Along with a remarkably impressive battery life.

A number of the baby cameras on the market is now able to be linked to your WiFi. Just like with all internet-connected gadget that records video footage or audio, any data that passes through the internet are potential soft spots for hackers to view or listen in on you. Infant Optics DXR-8 operates on a non-WiFi platform where the video and audio never passes through the vulnerable internet. In our opinion, it is worth every penny if you super prioritize your little one’s safety.

 

What Is The Interchangeable Lens System & How Does It Set Infant Optics DXR-8 Apart?

Infant Optics DXR-8 is the world’s first interchangeable lens for baby cameras. It allows you to switch lenses (normal/zoom/wide) into the focal length and viewing angle you desire. So what makes Infant Optics DXR-8 worth the cost? The provided versatility is ideal for the different stages of your little one’s growth and development.

You may use the Normal/zoom lens for a more close-up view of your newborn. Then later on, the normal/wide lens for a panoramic or full view of your child’s activity. The wide lens is sold separately. It simulates for you a 170-degree viewing shot–which is almost the same angle as your eyes. You can get this add-on hereBaby Monitor In New York

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Can Infant Optics DXR-8 Be An Audio-Only Baby Monitor?

Infant Optics DXR-8 features the choice to turn the screen off and stream only audio. This was so considerate on the side of the parents. Especially when you’re doing something else but still wish to observe your baby. This conserves what is already a long-lasting battery life. –10 hours in power-saving mode, 6 hours with the screen kept on. When you want the option to only listen in, you may simply turn the screen off and Infant Optics DXR-8 transforms into an audio-only baby monitor.

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How Good Is The Infant Optics DXR-8 Zoom Feature?

The optical zoom lens unlike digital zoom–where the software simulates the picture to look nearer, doesn’t deteriorate video resolution or image clarity. This gives you the sharpest image possible with no pixelation or grainy effect. Zoom in on your baby keeping the high quality resolution and color video. Definitely worth the price!

 

Can I Control The Pan & Tilt of The Infant Optics DXR-8 Remotely?

Paired with the life-changing Tilt & Pan Control which you can control remotely that, I must admit, every baby monitor totally needs. Temperature reading and control, invisible IR night vision– this enables you to see your baby in total darkness without waking them and noise activated LEDs that light up if your baby begins to cry and you have the volume turned down.

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What Add-ons Does Infant Optics DXR-8 Have To Offer?

Fully expandable (4 add-on cameras to be exact) that you can position in different areas around the house. It’s easy to monitor all these areas using”scan mode” where you just view and toggle through from the screen.

 

Does Infant Optics DXR-8 Have Two-way Talk?

Allows a two-way talk intercom communication system that lets you speak to your baby or sing them a little lullaby should you need to calm them down without you getting out of bed. Gives you the freedom to use it as an audio-only baby monitor– where the screen is off and only the sound stays. This conserves battery life up to 50 percent; when you want to continuously monitor your baby but just want to just listen in. Features different alarm functions, has a low battery indicator as well as power save mode.

 

How Do I Ensure the Safety and Security of My Baby with Infant Optics DXR-8?

Infant Optics DXR-8 works on a non-WiFi platform where the audio and video footage never becomes vulnerable for hacking. Videos of your baby will be completely safe and private since only you can view the delay-free footage of your baby. This makes the stream much faster because it’s functionality does not depend on the WiFi speed. So that you do not need to worry when your home WiFi is down. Infant Optics DXR-8 proves to be the ideal video baby camera. It is safe and easy to use regardless of your level of technical knowledge. If you highly prioritize your child’s safety and security, this really is the baby monitor for you.

 

The Infant Optics DXR-8 And The Competition

Not all baby monitors are created equal. Not many baby monitors can be tilted or adjusted, let alone offer you the remote Tilt & Pan Control that Infant Optics DXR-8 provides which I admit, should be an essential for every baby monitor out there. Here are some baby monitors out in the market when compared with Infant Optics DXR-8:

 

Infant Optics DXR-8 VS. Cocoon Cam

Cocoon Cam‘s difference with Infant Optics DXR-8 is the tracking of your infant’s breathing patterns and crying detection. It then sends all that information to your smartphone. Cocoon Cam uses infrared light to track the rise and fall of your baby’s chest. This system closely tracks your child’s breathing patterns and monitor action. Installing the Cocoon Cam correctly will be the most significant facet for getting the whole thing to work accurately. You can even speak to your baby through a built-in microphone.

 

Infant Optics DXR-8 VS. The Nanit Smart

The Nanit streams live video and audio to your smart phone so that you can check your child when you’re away from home. You receive a notice on your device, when your child is awake, acting fussy or has fallen asleep.

The Nanit also assigns a sleep score to each night based on hours. Other stats show just how long it took for your baby to fall asleep. All the stats are a part of Nanit Insights. Nanit Insights is a subscription-based service you get through the app. A one-year trial comes with your first purchase of this baby monitor. Afterward, or for unlimited access to video and sleep information, it costs $100 per year.

The Nanit also lets you playback footage from the day. Infant Optics DXR-8 cannot record video footage or take pictures from the video recording for you but these variables aren’t really the purpose of baby monitors. Baby cameras are for real time streaming and knowing the condition of your baby at present.

 

Infant Optics DXR-8 VS. Motorola MBP36XL

Infant Optics DXR-8 and Motorola MBP36XL both have the option to connect up to four cameras to the monitors. This is excellent for when you need to watch the children in numerous rooms. With Motorola MBP36XL you need to be mindful when turning the monitor on as it makes loud beeping noises. You have to keep it out of earshot of sleeping babies. Additionally, with Motorola MBP36XL the battery life isn’t so great, unlike with Infant Optics DXR-8 where the battery life is awesome. Baby Monitor In New York

 

Infant Optics DXR-8 VS. Nest Cam

Infant Optics DXR-8 is designed to be a baby monitor while the Nest Cam is actually an all-around home protection device. Besides monitoring the baby, you can also use it to watch the babysitter, the pets or your empty house if you’re away. Infant Optics DXR-8 is a non-WiFi baby monitor so you can just access the video on the respective monitor. Benefit of opting for a non-WiFi baby monitor will be that the footage of your child does not pass the internet so viewing is completely private to you. But Nest Cam is WiFi based so you can watch the live streaming from your smartphone. However, you have to keep the Nest Cam app open and running constantly.

 

Infant Optics DXR-8 VS. Arlo Baby

The Arlo Baby is as adorable as Infant Optics DXR-8 is classy. It is the cutest baby monitor for a smart-home. It has a changeable look, like removable rubber bunny ears and feet that can be switched into a kitty or puppy look. (extra $20 per critter) What Arlo Baby can offer that Infant Optics DXR-8 does not is the color-changing nightlight which is a wonderful touch. It also has an app which includes six lullabies and three white-noise sounds to play over the speaker. You could even record your own voice singing for your baby to hear. With Infant Optics DXR-8, you do not get an app since it is a non-WiFi baby camera. You Also cannot rewatch footage or take screenshots on the Infant Optics DXR-8. On the Arlo app you have seven days of cloud storage for videos and snapshots without a subscription fee. You also get notifications if the room is too hot or too cold.

 

Infant Optics DXR-8 VS. Summer Infant

One problem with the Summer Infant cameras is that it’s so hard to determine which has the quality and features you actually need, given the very wide range of options. Separate cameras for separate features. Summer Infant is of high quality and reliable but it has too much choices you don’t know which mix best works for you. Some of their products are Panorama Digital Color Video Monitor, Baby Secure Pan, Scan, Zoom Video Monitor, etc.. Additionally, even though the display is nice and big, the digital video quality is subpar in comparison to Infant Optics DXR-8. For roughly the same cost, we would just go with the Infant Optics DXR-8 unless you prefer the larger screen size.

 

Infant Optics DXR-8 VS. Project Nursery 5″ HD Baby Monitor System with Mini Monitor

Infant Optics DXR-8 has almost all the same features Project Nursery has. Great battery life, remote pan and tilt and option to connect 4 cameras. Although, when it comes to features, Project Nursery really pulled out all the stops with their baby monitor like infrared night vision, protected (encrypted 2.4GHz) wireless connection, movement alerts, lullaby music and convenient unobtrusive sleep modes that Infant Optics DXR-8 does not offer in theirs. And even with all of that, it also, comes with a 1.5″ mini video monitor (with strap!). Both monitors have a long battery life and remote pan and tilt but cannot be viewed at the same time.

 

Infant Optics DXR-8 VS. Philips Avent

Quite similar to the Infant Optics DXR-8’s option to turn the screen off and stream only audio, Philips Avent has ECO mode. ECO mode saves power on the display unit by shutting off the display and sound. Only when it finds a noise coming from your child will it turn on to notify you. This is a great feature so you don’t receive false alarms and you save battery. Infant Optics DXR-8 provides you as a parent the decision to use it as an audio-only baby monitor. If you’re cleaning or cooking, or simply taking a break on the couch, it is still possible to monitor your baby without having the screen on at all times. This really conserves battery life and the device will last for up to 10 hours. In a way, this also functions as a “power saving mode”. Additionally, the Philips Avent does not let you add multiple cameras, and the video quality isn’t quite at par with Infant Optics DXR-8.

 

Infant Optics DXR-8 VS. Samsung SafeVIEW Baby Tracking System

The Infant Optics DXR-8 doesn’t have a nightlight or a sound sensitive monitor but if you want those, the Samsung SafeVIEW has them! Built-in nightlight which you can turn off and on with the monitor. The sound sensitive tracker is sensitive enough to pick up your baby’s movements and sounds. This turns the display on but you can reduce its sound sensitivity to not pick up the background noise. As Infant Optics DXR-8 has great battery life, the Samsung SafeVIEW monitor battery drains fast. You might need to frequently plug it in to recharge.

 

How Is The Infant Optics DXR-8 Warranty and Customer Support

Infant Optics DXR-8 offers a full year of protection from defective pieces. It is possible to contact their technical support team who are available 7-days a week. You definitely get a quick reply and beneficial solutions to any on your queries.

 

How Can I Make Infant Optics DXR-8 Work For Me?

Every baby is different, so how can you make Infant Optics DXR-8 best suit you and your baby? The interchangeable lens feature lets you switch lenses depending on the view you prefer when monitoring your baby. This customizable feature is ideal because you know what’s best for your baby. Even if it does not have pre-recorded lullabies built-in the device, it has a two-way talk feature so you can still comfort your baby through this. Additional cameras may also be utilized for the full surveillance of your child, you may add on a total of 4 cameras. And though Infant Optics DXR-8 doesn’t take snapshots from the footage, its realtime crystal clear videos also doubles as a home surveillance system. This makes Infant Optics DXR-8 still a high-end baby camera.

 

Final Thoughts On The Superior Baby CameraBaby Monitor In New York

It is undoubtedly reliable and worth every penny especially if you highly prioritize your child’s security. We loved this baby camera and would certainly recommend to all the parents out there who just want the absolute best products for their babies. We loved that it had the most useful and essential features like the remote Tilt & Pan Control, Temperature control and reading, invisible IR night vision, etc.. The audio and video streaming feed is personal and does not pass through the vulnerable internet. It’s basically all you could ever wish for in a baby monitor. Infant Optics DXR-8 prides itself as world’s first baby camera with an interchangeable lens system; with views of normal, zoom and wide. That whole interchangeable lens factor is super impressive and innovative. Definitely worth the cost.

 

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