Campark video baby monitor hit the markets in March 2019 and is by April 2019, it was one of the best-selling baby monitors on Amazon. This post is a review of Campark baby monitor and has the Campark baby monitor manual
If you are looking for the Campark baby monitor manual, you can download it below.
Campark video baby monitor is manufactured by Campark, a Chinese camera manufacturer since 2008. After careful analysis, Campark was added in our 2020 list of best non-wifi baby monitors that do not rely on the internet to transmit its sound or video signals. It came behind the other top-rated monitors such as Vava, Eufy, Infant Optics, Hellobaby, Anmeate, and Babysense.
What makes Anmeate Unique?
Campark has a unique feature that sets it apart from other non-wifi video baby monitors in that it has an alert feature that allows parents to plan their baby feeding schedule. Anmeate allows you to set a timer that will ring to remind you to feed your baby.
Campark Sales Since Launch
Campark had a great market reception. It started off with daily sales of less than 5 in April 2019 to over 80 sales per day by June 19th, 2019. This is a clear indication that parents have had great things about Campark and this review highlights what you may have missed from other reviews that emphasize features and functionality.
Features of Campark Video Baby Monitor
- 2.4 Inch LCD Display – A relatively small LCD screen but it has quality images that clearly show the baby.
- 2.4 GHz FHSS transmission technology – The FHSS technology is secure and guarantees 100% privacy of your baby. This is one of the reasons non wifi baby monitors are getting very popular.
- Long range of up to 1000 ft. on empty field. This is comparable to baby monitors such as eufy spaceview baby monitor which has 760 ft. and Infant Optics DXR which has 700 ft.
- Two-way talk – Enables you to talk or play lullabies to your little one.
- Temperature monitoring
- Voice Activated – It goes to sleep mode and only gets activated when the baby makes noise or cries. Part of the VOX baby monitors that aim to reduce EMF radiation and increase battery life
- Expandable – It can support up to four cameras. Like other top non-wifi monitors such as Infant Optics, Campark supports up to 4 cameras. This is ideal for parents looking to monitor more than one child in separate rooms or in the same room.
- The battery can last for 5 hours.
- Night vision with field range of up to 23 meters.
Video Review of Campark Video Baby Monitor
Comparison of Campark vs. Infant Optics DXR 8 and Babysense
The table below shows the difference between Campark and other baby non-wifi monitors, specifically Babysense and Infant Optics DXR 8.
|Infant Optics |
|Babysense Video |
|Screen Size||2.4 Inches||3.5 Inches||2.4 Inches|
|Image Resolution||320*240 QVGA||640 x 480(VGA)||320*240 QVGA|
|Cameras it comes with||1||1||1|
|Cameras it support||4||4||4|
|Range||1000 ft.||700 ft.||900 ft|
|Infrared/Night Vision||Yes, 5 IR LED|
|Yes, 8 IR LED lights||Yes|
|Battery Life||8 hours||12 hours||6 hours|
|Night Vision Range||23 meter||15 ft.||15 ft.|
|Two Way Talk||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Recording & Playback||No||No||No|
|Split Screen Viewing||No||No||No|
|Check Price||Check Price||Check Price||Check Price|
Campark Baby Monitor Manual
You can download the Campark baby monitor manual by clicking on the link to read all the user guidelines.Campark-baby-monitor-manual-BMC-Resource
For parents looking to solve the signal loss or the connectivity issues, you should consider doing the regular troubleshooting. Please note that you don’t have to try to pair the camera and your display if you already did it when you mounted your BM10 camera. Also make sure your Campark camera and the parent unit are at least 5 feet from interfering devices such as wifi router, Bluetooth devices, and microwave ovens, among others that use 2.4 GHz, frequency band.
If you have further questions and want support, you should reach out to Lisa, their customer service representative using this email: Lisa@campark.net
I am Ashley Davis, a mom of three kids and the editor here at 10BabyGear. I have been a parent since 2011 and have been doing full-time consulting as a baby sleep expert since 2019. When I am not researching or testing the next baby gear hitting the market, you’ll find me teaching my toddlers a trick or two – especially over the last few months with the lockdown. I hope you’ll find my guides and reviews helpful as you make your next purchase decision. If you have any questions, you can reach me at email@example.com.