Motorola MFV700 7-inch Digital Frame with Video-In-Picture and Wireless DECT 6.0 Camera (Black)

Remember the past keep an eye on the present with the MFV700, the world’s first Video-In-Picture digital frame. The MFV700 features DECT 6.0 wireless technology for secure image viewing. The 7-inch TFT screen has a resolution of 480×234 pixels and features vivid colors. Frame displays live video-in-picture monitoring from the remote video camera using DECT

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Remember the past keep an eye on the present with the MFV700, the world’s first Video-In-Picture digital frame. The MFV700 features DECT 6.0 wireless technology for secure image viewing. The 7-inch TFT screen has a resolution of 480×234 pixels and features vivid colors. Frame displays live video-in-picture monitoring from the remote video camera using DECT 6.0 technology. In addition to the video camera view, frame can simultaneously display a JPEG photo slide show. The MFV700 also features: indoor temperature monitoring, operating range of 200 meters with out of range warning and night vision functioning, making this an excellent tool for monitoring your baby’s nursery. Ships with IR remote control.

Product Features

  • Includes 7 Inch Digital Frame and Wireless Camera with DECT 6.0
  • 7-Inch TFT Screen with 480 x 234 resolution and vivid colors
  • Live video-in-picture monitoring via remote video camera using DECT 6.0 technology
  • Display photo slide show and monitor video camera images simultaneously
  • Indoor temperature monitoring, operating range of 200 meters with out of range warning and night vision function

Comments

Richard C. Drew "Anaal Nathra/Uthe vas Bethod... says:

Key features are missing, promo video is misleading I purchased two of these for gifts, both to be used as baby monitors. You have two components – the frame and the camera, each with it’s own power adapter. The frame also has a mini remote control.The camera: Plays the typical MIDI sounding nursery rhymes and lullabies. Very narrow field of view. We had to mount it 6 feet above the crib to see the entire thing (just your typical crib.) To mount it, there are two screw mounting slots in the base. You can mount it on a wall or put it on a shelf. Low light quality is also decent.Frame: Accepts USB key and SD card. Plays slide shows and lets you do a screen grab from the monitor. The left side shows a calendar or a slide show. The right side shows a clock in the lower 1/3rd and the video feed in the other 2/3rds. Unlike the video and photos show, this can NOT be changed. The video feed can’t be moved or resized and the clock can’t be moved or the style changed. Four different people…

Ketch.Higgins says:

SOOOO DISAPPOINTED!!!! My Husband and I have been looking for a video baby monitor for our two babies. We saw this item and fell in love with the item description. We purchased two, but after setting the first one up in our youngest babys room we didnt even bother to unpack the 2nd camera. The visual quality was awful. The night vision – even worse! We had to put 3 nightlights in his room to be able to barely see him. The screen is delayed and sometimes shows colored lines. We were under the impression that the whole frame could be used to look at baby sleeping, instead its a tiny picture in picture. This item was not made for everyday use. At night you have to prop it up at the right angle so you even see the live feed of your baby in their crib. Even with only the video feed and no pictures scrolling accross the screen its bright enough to light our entire bedroom. The last straw was the camera not picking up sound on occasion. I woke up yesterday in the early morning, when I looked over at the monitor he…

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