About this item
- Expands the Wide View 2.0 to up to 4 cameras
- Wide View Lens - see 4x more of baby's room
- Digital zoom, talk back to baby, and remote on/off night light
- Automatic black and white night vision
- 8 second auto-rotation between rooms
- 100% digital technology gives peace of mind for privacy and security.
- Digital Zoom.
- Talk back to baby.
- Remote on/off soft glow night light.
- Microphone focuses on baby's voice while filtering out background, ambient noises.
- Easily adjust the position using the camera swivel design for optimal viewing of baby.
- Table top or wall mountable (wall anchor and security clips included). Compatible with Wide View 2.0 (29580) and Wide View 2.0 DUO (29610) by Summer Infant.
For parents wanting to monitor multiple rooms or children, this additional camera (29680) can be used with the Summer Infant Wide View 2.0 or Wide View 2.0 DUO system, up to 4 total cameras (sold separately).
Dimensions (Overall): 6 inches (H) x 3.75 inches (W) x 4 inches (D)
Weight: .75 pounds
Features: Night Vision, Nightlight, Talk Back, Filters Background Noise
Includes: AC Adapter, 1 Camera Base, Wall Mounting Kit
Baby Monitor Type: Additional cameras
Certifications: FCC Certified
Number of Frequency Channels: 19
Radio Range: 800 feet
Wireless Frequency/Band: 2.4 GHz
Communication Type: Two Way
Care and Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean
Electronics General Compatibility: Summer Infant
Power Source: Electric
Warranty: 1 year limited warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869.
Item Number (DPCI): 030-04-4700
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jbear828 — 9 months ago
I ordered this second camera to go with the summer infant wide view system I already have. I do not like this monitor system. You cannot pan or move the camera from the monitor- you have to manually adjust the camera and you can't have a split screen. You can only see one camera at a time on the mon...see moreof the reviewer's review