It would be a really nice way of saying “Thank you for opening my eyes to the magical world that is IP Cameras as i Phone Video Baby Monitors, Emily.
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Additional cameras for the system were available at 0 each.
Despite the high price tag, this one was tempting to me.
It also tuned out low noises like our white-noise or the fan, but clicks the sound on when baby whimpers or cries.
So that was nice to not have constant whooshing sounds coming from the monitor.
I knew a few new moms who had gotten it and RAVED about it, and I liked that the camera had remote panning ability so that more of the room would be visible (important since we use a floor bed with Anneliese, so she can crawl off of her bed and ideally go play with her toys when she wakes up).
I’ve also grown accustomed to the touch screen of my i Phone and generally dislike buttons now.
So I emailed the company, told them I believed in their product from what I knew of it, and that I’d love the opportunity to review it on my blog with pictures and screenshots and whatnot, so that others searching for i Phone baby monitors would be able to find my review and learn more about it, and feel more secure purchasing it. ) and reminding them that moms who are unsure but curious would love to read about first-hand experience with their product. They sent me a very rude email saying not to contact them again. But the more I looked at it and wished there were another option, the closer I came to the lightbulb moment. It just requires a bit more tech knowledge (OR this blog post, where I’ve saved you the trial and error I went through myself) to set up. (Note: I’m not endorsing NOT visiting your baby or meeting his or her needs.
Back in 2009, I had the opportunity to babysit for a sweet family with a 2.5 year old boy.
It was then that I got my first taste of the genius that is the Video Baby Monitor.
My phone is usually on my person, and as long as I plug it in at night, I rarely have to think about charging it, so this would be perfect! IP cameras are available at a range of price points, and with a variety of features.
My searching took me to the Wifi Baby Video Monitor, which seems to be (in 2011) semi-well-known among techy mamas. I’m not sure what IP stands for, but it means that it can connect to your wifi network (or can be plugged in with ethernet) WITHOUT being connected to a computer (another option I had seen and immediately ruled out was a camera that only worked when your computer was on. It has night vision/infrared that works up to 26 feet or so – MORE than adequate for any nursery or child’s room, can pan and tilt to view nearly an entire room (depending on where you mount it), has a mic and even speakers (so you can talk to your child from far away!