Friday, September 2, 2016

SnugCam Review (Tomoson)

Disclaimer: I received this in exchange for honest review.

I received the Snug Baby Monitor in exchange for honest review from Tomoson. The camera comes with the camera, mount, and the ethernet cord, plus manual.

The camera was easy to set up. You have to plug it up first, then hook it up to your ethernet to set it up first.  After the camera initates and hooked up to the cable, you can download the software.

In the software, you can type in the camera name manually or scan the QR code. If you type in the info wrong, you have to go to edit and redo the information.

Once everything is set up, you can disconnect the cable and move the camera to its new location.

Some of the things, you can do with the software includes:

1) turning on and off the sound
2) taking photos
3) recording videos (min 10 seconds)
4) setting up motion alarms
5) adjusting the resolution
6) using the microphone to speak. I scared Brad a few times when I caught him doing the wrong things like rambling in my bed.

I just moved and haven't set up the camera here yet, but I put the camera in the bedroom, while xfinity home takes care of the rest of the house.

The process for setting things up was easy for me and I love the camera. I like the resolution and the motion alarms. For the motion alarms, you can choose what happens when the sensor is triggered such as sending you a photo.

You can purchase the camera on Amazon. The camera is prime-eligible.

Below was a test photo of me taking a photo of me using the Snug Cam software. The other photos was of me taking photos of the room (ignore the mess. was in the process of moving and things went cookoo) while Brad was in there alone.

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