Motorola 5" Video Baby Monitor with Zoom/Pan/Tilt (MBP36XL-G2) - Only at Best Buy

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Model Number: MBP36XL-G2
Web Code: 10661627

Overview

Watch over your baby with the Motorola MBP36XL-G2 baby monitor with 2 cameras. The 2-camera setup allows you to see your little one from 2 points of view for added peace of mind. Built-in wireless lets you see things on the handheld parent unit and offers sound, motion and temperature notifications.

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  • Comes with 2 cameras, ensuring you can see your little one from 2 different points of view for added peace of mind
  • 5" colour LCD screen gives you a clear view of your little one and the nursery
  • Remote pan, tilt, and zoom functions help you keep close watch on various corners of the room
  • Infrared night vision gives you the ability to surveil the nursery 24 hours a day, even in very low light levels
  • Room temperature display lets you know if the room gets too cool or warm for your baby's comfort
  • High-sensitivity microphone and 2-way audio functionality lets you speak to and soothe, as well as hear, your baby, or play them one of 5 integrated lullabies
  • 2.4GHz FHSS transmission technology provides a wireless range of up to 1000 feet
  • Low battery and out-of-range alerts keep your system powered up and active
  • Rechargeable battery is cost-efficient and environmentally friendly
  • Split-screen viewing capability allows you to see and check on baby from different angles
  • Includes 1 portable, battery-operated, rechargeable camera so you take and place the camera wherever you need it to keep watch on your little one
  • System is expandable with up to 2 other cameras (sold separately)
Baby Monitor Type
Video Monitors
Transmission Range
300 m
Maximum Supported Cameras
4
Number of Receivers Included
2
Power Source
Battery; 120V Power
Receiver Battery Type and Quantity
Lithium Ion Battery (3)
Battery Life
180 min
Country of Origin
China
Colour
White

Features

Nightlight
No
Night Vision
Yes
Pan/Tilt
Yes
Two Way Communication
Yes
Sound Machine
Yes
Video Recording
No
Movement Monitor Included
No
Room Temperature Monitoring
Yes
Zoom
Yes
Sound Activated Display
No
Remote View
No
Compatible Smartphone/Tablets
Not Applicable

Dimensions

Width
25.27 cm
Height
14.17 cm
Depth
9.53 cm
Weight
790 g
  • Parent Unit
  • Two Baby Units
  • Three Power Adapters
  • Quick Start Guide

  • Good product
    by

    from Alberta on May 4, 2019

    Have only been using it for few weeks but so far Day time and night time screen Are good picture quality . Haven’t had the issues of the camera disconnecting like other people said . The battery life last about 12 hours with screen not on at all times . Only complaint it didn’t come with the pod to mount somewhere like it said and there’s no holes on the back to mount on wall so had to rig something up.


  • Not worth the money
    by

    from Barrie, ON on February 18, 2019

    Bought this on sale and it still wasn't worth the price. Purchased in order to have 2 cameras, mostly to keep an eye on my 3 year old in the basement. Camera has a rather long delay and sometimes freezes. The picture is just OK - no better than the 3 inch screen on my previous monitor. The cameras have a rather bright red flashing light, which is a bit disturbing for baby's sleep. The monitor also has bright lights across the top if it is on or charging - I have to turn it off so I can sleep as it is right in my eyes when on my nightstand. The range is OK, but I haven't gone too far yet. I have not had any issues whatsoever with the cameras disconnecting, as some people have found. I find it annoying that the monitor constantly switches back to the other camera - would be more helpful to automatically see both cameras when the monitor is turned on. I also expected to be able to mount the cameras on the wall easily, but it seems I will have to purchase additional hardware to do so.


  • Some other technical details you may be asking yourself
    by

    from Val Caron, ON on December 26, 2018

    Not bad. We've owned a few Motorola monitors now. We purchased this one for the dual-cam-on-screen ability. Having two separate monitors just caused interference... so a few technical details you may be asking yourself: 1) The camera resolution isn't all that much better with the 5" screen. These things won't output a good resolution any time soon. That's not what they're meant for. They do have enough detail to tell if someone's eyes are open or closed, or if there is movement however. 2) Although you can see two cams at once, you can only hear from the camera that is highlighted in a red box. 3) I have a strong Linksys WIFI repeater at home and this camera doesn't seem to have any major interference with it. I've read other reviews where this wasn't the case, but i'm just sharing my experience. 4) When the monitor turns on, it selects a single camera only. I don't think there is a setting to have it turn on to a two-cam shared screen. It turns on to the last 'single-selected' cam. I.e. if you saw Cam2 full screen, then selected a shared screen, and turned off the monitor, it would turn back on the Cam2. Also, the last "single-view" camera ends up on the left side of the dual camera view. 5) The mic on the cameras does a better job at picking up higher tones. I have a low voice and it doesn't really pick it up. I can hear my wife just fine, and my kids moving and crying without any issue. The mic on the receiver is a touch weak in my opinion and you really have to speak into the receiver in order for the camera in the rooms to have an audible output. In other monitors we've had, we've had to whisper because the speaker on the camera is too sensitive. Not so with this unit. 6) Night vision is decent. Nothing better/worse than other Motorola units. 7) The screen on the receiver has a narrow field of view, meaning, it's best if you're looking at the screen head-on. It tends to get pretty dark if you view it from an angle. 8) The receiver unit has two small rubber stumps to stop it from slipping when tilted upwards for viewing. It could use a few on the back as well. The rear of the unit is rounded and made of plastic so it slips around easily. If you added a few rubber/silicone adhesive pads by yourself, it'll help your situation. Hope the review helped. Cheers,


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