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    Any recommendations for a video monitor I can run two cameras off? I'm in a tri level house so it needs to have good range. TIA

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    I have the uniden video monitor which comes with 2 cameras. (From memory it model3100 - but I could b wrong). Both the camera and the parent unit has an antenna which really helps with the range. I have a double story house and I'm able to take the parent unit in my backyard.

    The battery life is not the greatest esp after a while but if u keep it on the charger mostly, it's not that bad. The camera is very clear even the night vision. There are bigger screens on the market but I find that this units size is sufficient.

    Hope this helps

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    Default Dual camera video monitor

    I have a uniden one too that can take up to 4 cameras. I think it's the BW3101. It's great. I also live in a very large two storey and the range stretches as far as next door.

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    Uniden here too. I did buy a Motorola one and it was beyond Sh:t.

    I had two seperate monitors but broke the handset on one so just added the other camera to the working handset.

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    I have the oricom monitor with two cameras and it is great. Good range too can go out to other side of house to hang washing and still good image.

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    Ladies with the uniden...
    Can you see both cameras on the parent unit at the same time?

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    Yes you can but on that mode there is no sound. I prefer for it to toggle between the two cameras automatically every 5 sec. This mode has sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyMumma View Post
    Ladies with the uniden...
    Can you see both cameras on the parent unit at the same time?
    I don't think you can. You can set it to flick between the 2 at regular intervals though

    You might be able to but I don't

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    Is there any other recommendations for dual camera monitors?

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    I have an Oricom with a big screen parent unit and you can have up to 4 cameras and see all 4 on the screen at once! It's great! And really good visibility. Chews up battery power but we have it plugged in 99% of time anyway (multiple power leads through the 3 level house)

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