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Levana Ovia Digital Baby Video Monitor with Talk to Baby Intercom and SD Recording, Black/White

by Levana
3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

List Price: CDN$ 224.99
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Product Features

  • 4.3-Inch LCD screen
  • Secure ClearVu digital signal with 750' range
  • Remote-controlled pan/tilt/zoom camera
  • 24 hours battery life in voice-activated, power-saving PEEP mode
  • Record video and take photos with parent unit (micro SD card included)
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Technical Details
Item Weight907 g
Product Dimensions8.9 x 12.1 x 8.9 cm
Batteries:1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
Item model number32024
Minimum weight recommendation455 grams
Maximum weight recommendation45.4 kilograms
Number of items1
Batteries requiredYes
Standing screen display size4.3 inches
Specification metcertified frustration-free
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #1,425 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight907 g
Date First AvailableSept. 20 2013
Warranty & Support
Warranty, Labor: 1 year full manufacturer's direct labor + parts warranty.
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Amazon.ca Product Description

Initiative touch panel controls and silent pan/tilt/zoom camera mean that a full view of every nook and cranny of your baby’s nursery is just a touch away. Save photos and video to the included micro SD card and upload them to your computer, or view them directly on Ovia’s large 4.3-Inch LCD screen. With Talk to Baby two-way communication, 24-hour battery life and invisible night vision LEDs, both you and baby will find a lot to love while getting more done with Ovia.

Product Description

Ovia (O-via)
Meaning: Egg

Seize the day and do more while keeping a close eye on baby with Ovia. Intuitive touch panel controls and silent pan/tilt/zoom camera mean that a full view of every nook & cranny of your baby's nursery is just a touch away. Save photos and video to the included micro SD card and upload them to your computer, or view them directly on Ovia's large 4.3" LCD screen. With Talk to BabyTM two-way communication, 24-hour battery life and invisible night vision LEDs, both you and baby will find a lot to love while getting more done with Ovia.

4.3" LCD Screen & Touch Panel Controls
If you can't be with your baby, you want to feel as close to them as possible. Ovia's large 4.3" LCD screen ensures you'll be able to see even baby's tiniest expressions and movements in fine detail. And speaking of fine details: you'll be impressed by how the intuitive touch panel controls and vibrant icon menu will let you customize your monitoring setup in seconds.

Whisper-quiet Pan/Tilt/Zoom Camera
Keep a watchful eye on every nook and cranny of the nursery with Ovia's remote-controlled pan/tilt/zoom camera. Look all around the room with 270° horizontal adjustability and tilt the lens 110° vertically while observing in even more detail with 2x zoom magnification.

Record Video & Snap Photos
Turn playtime with Daddy into an everlasting memory with built-in photo and video recording. The included micro SD card will keep all your photos and videos neatly organized until you transfer the files to your computer for permanent storage with the SD adapter. You can also relive magical moments instantly by playing videos and viewing photos on your parent unit.

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3.0 out of 5 stars Clunkier than you might expect for the price March 14 2014
By monubar
There are many things to like about this unit. The quality of sound is good, and the colours seem decent. There are a lot of features, and the button layout and geneal interface is good.

But there are some surprising goofs and oversights too.

1) the image is distorted. Everything looks vertically compressed - like they used a 'standard' 4:3 image sensor, but are displaying it on an HD 16:9 shaped screen. People look short and stout one way, then impossibly thin if viewed 90 degrees off.

2) the lullabyes - they're not the *most* ghastly renditions imaginable, but they're not far off. There are only three of them, and they all kinda suck.

3) battery life - is a lot shorter than what's suggested by the marketing copy. Sure, it might work for 24 in maximum power-saving peep mode - but if you're actively viewing your kid, even with the brightness at its lowest setting, I didn't even get a full hour before the empty battery indicator started flashing.

4) tilt range - the camera unit is designed to either stand on a flat surface, or hang sideways from a vertical one. But when placed on a flat surface that is high enough to be out of our one year old's reach, it couldn't tilt down far enough to actually see his bed. On the other hand, it's perfectly capable of tilting straight up and getting an excellent look at the ceiling. I wonder, if I hung it from the ceiling, would the image flip over to show things the right way up?
Hanging off a vertical surface is irritating, as you then effectively lose the side-to-side panning action, as everything end up looking tilted at crazy angles.

5) Zoom. There are two levels of digital zoom.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Service & Product March 7 2014
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I got my product with in days, at a cheaper rate then any other site or store and it was delievered right to my door! Excellent baby monitor and i would recommend this product to any expecting mothers or anyone with children :)
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3.0 out of 5 stars a pretty good monitor Feb. 20 2014
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Good camera, zoom is not that great. I wish it had a room temperature option. Overall an ok monitor. Considering the price-expected more.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Nice and quiet when it moves Aug. 6 2014
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Nice and quiet when it moves. The colour of the screen when it's light out is very poor. Quality of the screen in the dark is good.
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Amazon.com: 4.0 out of 5 stars  26 reviews
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Great Camera, BUT... June 9 2014
By optipro - Published on Amazon.com
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Oh, the camera quality was definitely better quality than what we have right now. The detail was AMAZING! I could almost see every hair on her head, even in night vision mode. Albeit the picture, as good as it was was distorted, like it made everything in the picture fat, like it was stretching the image. Here's why I returned it- We have a complete wireless set up for almost everything and have multiple wireless devices working at one time, not to mention microwaves and streaming devices. All this was apparently an overload for this monitor because it had this weird flickering thing it did on the monitor which constantly had me worried we were going to lose the connection. The worst part was that the sound kept cutting in and out like every 5 seconds. It just felt like we were never going to be able to keep a secure solid connection, so despite the awesome video quality we returned it to stick with the monitor we have now, Samsung, which we have had now for almost a year and a half with no connection issues or sound disturbances.
13 of 18 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars One of the best Baby Monitors I've Tried (though not perfect) Aug. 26 2013
By Booklover1335 - Published on Amazon.com
Vine Customer Review of Free Product
This isn't the first video baby monitor I've tried. In fact it's the third. The first was a Summer, second was a Advent, and this was the third. And while it's definitely not perfect, it's the best one I've tried.

First, don't expect the picture quality to be what they show in this sample. I'm convinced that they all use the same grade camera and the picture quality isn't that great. It's not the monitor itself that is lacking in clarity or color, because the graphics on it are fine, so it has to be the quality of the picture taken by the camera.

What I love about this model is that the camera and remotely be titled, zoom, pan...I can see inside the crib from where I have it positioned, or if you have older children you can move the camera so that you can see what else is going on in the room. For me, this video monitor system has a much longer life span in that you can use it in a play room, or a baby's room.

It securely attaches to the wall, but my box did not come with the hardware to mount it. My boxed item also didn't come with an instruction manual or any warranty info. I don't know if I received a used item, it the manufacturer doesn't include this, or if it was accidentally missed when packed at the factory. I was able to download the manual from the manufacturer online at no cost.

The monitor is fairly large and cumbersome so it sits best on a table surface. This is not something that you can take on the go with you and attach it on your person. It doesn't have a clip, but does have a stand.

When setting up the wireless camera connected to the monitor without having to do anything but turn it on. This was great!
I get fairly good reception all of the time.

What I like about it:
* I absolutely love that I can move the camera remotely and that it makes virtually no sound. I can zoom in, zoom out.
*I like that it came with an SD card that you can use to take pictures with. I'm not really sure why I would, but I do like that there is this option if I need it.
* I like that it also has a speaker, where you can press the microphone icon on the monitor and the baby can hear you in whatever room the camera is in.
* Another nice thing is that this set is expandable for several cameras. So it's possible for you to have a camera in each child's room but only one monitor. I haven't tried to do this yet, but it is a great option.
* I like that it came with an AC adaptor for both the camera and the monitor so it's not solely dependent on battery power.

Things that I don't like:

* I don't like that they show you this bright and clear picture in the advertisement, when the clarity and the color of the actual product doesn't even come close. The picture you do get is relatively clear, and has a little bit of color to it, but it's closer to b/w than color IMO. I haven't been able to figure out if this is adjustable or not, just the brightness of the picture.

*I also don't like that the sound isn't very loud, even when turned up to the loudest setting. I'm not hard of hearing, but the sound is relatively soft when compared to other monitors. It's not something that you can have on in another room, walk away and probably be able to hear. I know this is a video baby monitor, but you don't want to have to sit and watch the thing 100% of the time. You rely on sight and sound, and the sound could be improved tremendously on this product.

* I don't like that I didn't have any mounting hardware, or an instruction manual in my box.

* The lullabies it has that you can play for your baby are a joke. Don't use them, don't even consider them while considering this product. They are awful and not soothing at all.

* Many electronic products these days are touch screen enabled. This monitor is not. You have to use the home button and the arrows to navigate not only the movement of the camera, but also any settings on the monitor itself. It's a bit annoying, but it wouldn't stop me from buying it.

* Since I didn't have the instruction manual at the beginning I couldn't figure out why the navigation dial kept changing colors. It changes to blue, red, yellow, orange or green depending on the sounds your baby is making. Like you need color coding to tell what those sounds mean? Please! They would have been better of spending that money to make either the camera or the monitor give you the picture that you see on their ads. Anyone who takes care of a baby regularly will be able to tell the difference between cooing and crying without having it color coded for them.

In the end, this is the only baby monitor that I have kept. And while it's not perfect it's the best one I've tried. True, it's not a ringing endorsement, and for the price I would have expected it to be a bit better than it ended up being, but I would get it again.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Pick a Different One! Aug. 3 2014
By mochalatte628 - Published on Amazon.com
I purchased this monitor with the extra camera to replace my Summer Infant Boost, which had a shattered screen from dropping it on the floor. I was excited to unpack it and put it to use, but it was a major disappointment. First of all, the cameras are huge compared to the Summer cameras. The monitor handset felt cheap compared to the Summer one, and it had an external antennae that you pull up on top, which I didn't like. The interface is NOT a touch screen, and you use the buttons on the side to change options. There are no instructions included in the box, and it was necessary to go on their website to download them as the interface was not intuitive to figure out.

Once I set everything up, I was frustrated to notice that one of the cameras kept cutting in and out on the monitor. Its signal would often not be picked up. In addition, if I had the handset near my computer or cell phone, it wouldn't take a signal from either camera. This is a big issue for me, as I plug the monitor in at night right next to my phone. There was no dual view for the two cameras. I could have it autoscan every few seconds between the rooms, or I could put it up on multiview (which is a quad view). Since we were only using two cameras instead of four, much of my screen space was blank it was hard to see the baby. Perhaps the worst part of this monitor was the terrible volume. When my baby woke from her nap screaming her head off, I could barely hear her. Our Summer monitor is so much louder than that - it can wake you just from her moving around some.

Another pretty bad feature were the lullabies. It sounded nice in theory, and would be really helpful for the newborn stage. However, while my baby was napping, the lullabies randomly started playing! I went back in the system to ensure that they were off, and they sure were. It could have turned out really poorly if it woke her up while she was sleeping.

The only positives I had for this monitor are that the picture quality and zoom were a little better than the Summer. I would look elsewhere for your monitoring needs.
8 of 11 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Not worth it - so many better monitors out there! March 28 2014
By Yekaterina Lesova - Published on Amazon.com
This monitor is not worth it - there are many better products out there. I have had a couple different montiors and I found this one to be very bulky, not very user friendly/self explanatory (display buttons, menu, etc.) and the tilt on the camera to be very poor. I was very excited about getting this product, but in the end it proved to be very dissapointing and inconvenient to use. The only advantage is the size of the screen and the extra battery and charging station that comes in the package. I have gone back to my motorola MBP36 - this doesn't even come!
9 of 13 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A Contender But not a Winner Sept. 10 2013
By David Ross - Published on Amazon.com
Vine Customer Review of Free Product
While this baby monitor is OK I see very little to recommend it over similar products such as the Motorola MBP36 Remote Wireless Video Baby Monitor with 3.5-Inch Color LCD Screen, Infrared Night Vision and Remote Camera Pan, Tilt and Zoom, 3.5 Inch which has a better camera than the low resolution 640 x 480 pixels of this unit. The night vision mode on this camera works well and gave a relatively sharp picture in the dark. The Private Signal feature seems like a good security feature to avoid broadcasting the signal to prying eyes. The Pan/Tilt and Zoom features work reasonably well but the three lullabies were of only moderate sound quality. For infants, the security features, the talk to baby features and even the video feed don't seem to me to add that much compared to a simpler and much less expensive sound only system. Some of these features could be useful for monitoring and interacting with a hard to settle toddler or younger child. At the substantial asking price I want to be wowed and this unit with a 0.3 Megapixel camera and without a temperature sensor in the baby's room doesn't do it for me. It came without a manual or even the quick start guide which may be because I received it from the Amazon Vine program. The monitor is not portable and I am sure in the future we will see good baby monitors with smart phone access which this one does not have.
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