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Kodak lets you keep eye on home by phone

By MELISSA L. JONES SPECIAL TO THE DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE

This article was published June 15, 2015 at 1:49 a.m.

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The Kodak Video Monitor CFH-V15’s features include pan and tilt controls, built-in infrared, video and photo functions and a speakerphone.

Tech Spotlight: Kodak Video Monitor CFH-V15

The Kodak Video Monitor CFH-V15’s features include pan and tilt controls, built-in infrared, video and photo functions and a speakerphone.
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where it’s @

The Kodak Video Monitor CFH-V15 requires a wireless Internet connection and the iSecurity+ app for iPhone or Android. The app is free. The monitor retails for $129.99. More information is available at connectedfamilyhome.com.

How many times have you wanted to peek in on the kids to make sure they're in bed? Or wanted to see what your pets get up to while you're at work? Or wanted to check on your house while you're on vacation?

Tech Spotlight: Kodak Video Monitor CFH-V15

The Kodak Video Monitor CFH-V15’s features include pan and tilt controls, built-in infrared, video and photo functions and a speakerphone.
[View Full-Size]

where it’s @

The Kodak Video Monitor CFH-V15 requires a wireless Internet connection and the iSecurity+ app for iPhone or Android. The app is free. The monitor retails for $129.99. More information is available at connectedfamilyhome.com.

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LR1955 says... June 15, 2015 at 10:17 a.m.

It is not a video monitor (view screen), it is a video camera. The article seems to switch between the 2 descriptions.

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