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Infant Optics DXR-8 Review


Expensive monitors that are easy to use, but have a limited indoor range

Infant Optics DXR-8 video monitor did not perform better than the competition. This monitor is a parent unit, automatic pair for devices, easy to use images for dedicated monitors, and has long battery life for it. To extend the camera placement options, it comes with an additional zoom lens, which is unique to child antics surveillance. Unfortunately, the camera is relatively average in most ways, with day-to-day intelligence and frustrating transparency in night-images where there is no face of the child. The indoor range is up to 4 walls, second to the second, and we think that infants can fight in bigger homes with more space and cells between children and parents. Phillips AVNT SCD 630 seems to have received the highest scores for almost every metric and a dedicated monitor, we think it is a good buy with lower listing prices.

Our Analysis and Test Results

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Performance comparison
Infinite Optics performs slightly better than the DXR-8 dedicated competition, but not enough to justify high price tags.

The following sections include performance details for our optical child optics.

10 for an infant optics range achieved 5. For the indoor range, the optics work 4 walls and up to 65 feet. The best dedicated monitor of this group, Phillips Evant SCD 630 works 5 walls and 92 feet. In our open field trial, Infant Optics worked up to 600 feet and started breaking around 650 feet. We lost all the signals of 750 feet.

Audio / visual
Optics has achieved 5 10 for sound transparency with the highest DC level level 86 dB. Sound transparency is better than most competition, and during the exam, we did not feel any distortion, echo or interference. However, it does not offer sound activation or sensitivity adjustment, so you have to set the parental unit to 1 or 2 to spend the background. However, this may cause the child to cry when he can not wake up when he starts crying.

Optics also earns 10 a 5 for video quality. Day images are not bad, kids have a little dark color compared to the original color in the house. Characters in the eye chart are a bit vague, but while you zoom in, they are cleansing them, which lets you see the child’s eyes and facial expressions. Night vision is a bit darker than average, but using the zoom feature makes things more clear and evenly released. The image itself is a decent contrast for the night vision but a little uneven near the edge.

Easy to use
Optics has achieved 8 out of 10 in order to make it easier, it is one of the group’s top results for easy use and the highest for dedicated monitors with Philips Avent SCD 630. This monitor is a plug and play option that automatically pairs the parent unit with the camera.

The opt-in interface is the easiest to navigate user interfaces. It has simple and straightforward buttons. It has a shortcut button for volume and brightness, but the shortcut is often similar to menu attributes, so we still want buttons outside the body menu options of the menu unit. Perhaps the only disaster reported by the tester for the pans of cameras after a few weeks of running use was. The image does not appear to match on on the screen. The problem with this navigation is to turn off the device and fix it.

Battery life
Optics has achieved 10 to 8 battery life, with 11.5 hours of runs in our test. Monitor Parent Device has a rechargeable Li-ion battery that runs infant optics for standby mode with standby mode running 6.5 and continuous screen with 6.5. That we experienced during a long run, we think the manufacturer’s claim is probably quite accurate to believe in the father.

Menu options on Infinite Optics DXR-8 are intuitive and require several more clicks; This is where you find most of the features of the monitor with pan, slope and zoom. This monitor has achieved the highest score for the feature metrics of dedicated monitors.

Infinity Optics features a 5 achievement for metric. This parental unit screen is about 3.5 and 4 cameras (sold separately). It does not offer a belt clip or other features for wearing the unit.

The main feature that makes Shift Optics unique is the extra camera that you can keep in the camera itself. This “zoom” lens allows you to closely monitor the child, but unless you use it as a permanent part of the camera, it is not as easy as an instrument, so that you reduce the camera to your baby’s EMF exposure. Otherwise, we think most parents are less likely to use it instead of adding and removing them on camera. You can not do anything to see it better while sleeping in the baby.

This monitor offers many parental wants extra features. In our experience, some of the features that you use regularly, but others may be something that you want “OK”. This monitor has the camera temperature sensor, which is easy to ensure the appropriate temperature for the child’s room to avoid CIDS, but only if the sensor is correct. Our optics sensor was actually 73.4 degrees in the nursery, which was actually 75. This discrimination is not the largest of the group, but the lack of accuracy.

This monitor also features:

  • Discuss two ways
  • Silent mode with LED light indicator when children cry
  • Alarm
  • Sleeping auto screen (but not awake)
  • Zoom and extra zoom lens
  • True camera pan and shield
  • Night vision

Electromagnetic Field (EMF) level
The average EMF of infant optics camera is 1.88 feet while the reader is 6 feet away. You keep the camera less than the child, the low IMF exposure. Parents’ units established at 3 feet have an average average reading of 3.6. We assume that the parent device will be within the arm’s reach, so the layer can change and it will be more like you.

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