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Wireless CCTV Colour Metal Covert Spy Camera with Nightvision Capable - £16.80 @ 7dayshop

£16.80 @ 7dayShop
Ever wonder how your babysitter treats your children when you're not there or what your employees do when you're not at your business? Now you can watch them with the Wireless Spy Camera. This miniatu…
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Ever wonder how your babysitter treats your children when you're not there or what your employees do when you're not at your business? Now you can watch them with the Wireless Spy Camera. This miniature, high-tech spy camera is so small you can hide it in virtually anything for covert monitoring. It transmits clear, color video via the included receiver to any monitor or TV set. You can then record the video using your VCR or recordable DVD player.

Features :
- New mini 1.2GHz wireless audio and video PAL camera and receiver security set.
- Could be used as a wireless or a wired RCA camera with low light 3Lux lens.
- With an AV OUT for easy connection to devices as a LCD screen or a VCR for recording live audio and video feeds, etc.
- 380 TV lines picture display.
- Built-in microphone for audio monitoring.
- Small size and light weight.
- Low radiation, safe and health.
- Low power consumption, high sensitivity.
- Including adaptive bracket, Easy to install, operate and conceal ;
- Perfect for indoor use and ideal to monitor children, elders and widely used for theft prevention, after-hours surveillance, home security, etc
- Suitable for facilities in the supermarket, shop, department store, clothes shop, workshop, warehouse, school, office and home, etc.

Camera Specifications:
- Image pickup device: 1/3" CMOS.
- TV system: PAL/CCIR/NTSC/EIA.
- Resolution: 380TV tines PAL: 628 x 582 NTSC: 510 x 492.
- Scan frequency: PLA/CCIR:50hz NTSC/EIA:60hz.
- Minimum illumination: 3LUX.
- Output power: 50mw, 200mw.
- Output frequency : 900MHZ—1200MHZ.
- Power supply: DC +9—12V.
- Frequency: ISM 900MHz ~ 1,230MHz 4CH.
- Transmission Frequency: 1.2GHz.
- Recommended Max Distance : 100 Meters.
- Receiving sensitivity: <-75dBm.
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#1
i saw this earlier and then thought, nah, no dvr
#2
what's the picture quality like during the day and at night? anyone have a link to a youtube video?
#3
Does it charge up or something? And how is it nightvision capable?
#4
less than HD
628 x 582 compared to 1280×720p

Edited By: garbage456 on May 15, 2011 16:06
2 Likes #5
looks like it runs off either a supplied mains adaptor or else a 9v battery so I guess get some rechargable 9v batteries as dont want a nifty tiny camera hidden away with a big cable running down to the nearest plug lol!

I guess the night vision bit is it states it works in 3lux which is equivalent to 3 candles in the room so its able to record in almost darkness conditions.


1 lux

Full moon overhead at tropical latitudes[4]



3.4 lux

Dark limit of civil twilight under a clear sky[5]



50 lux

Family living room[6]



80 lux

Hallway/toilet[7][8]



100 lux

Very dark overcast day[2]



320–500 lux

Office lighting[9][10][11]



400 lux

Sunrise or sunset on a clear day.



1,000 lux

Overcast day;[2] typical TV studio lighting



10,000–25,000 lux

Full daylight (not direct sun)[2]



32,000–130,000 lux

Direct sunlight
#6
3 Lux is not even close to "high sensitivity" or "low light". If it was 100 times more sensitive *then* you're getting close, but for this figure - I doubt if you'd see anything but noise or maybe the faintest shadow.
Pass
1 Like #7
lukeyd
Does it charge up or something? And how is it nightvision capable?

At 3 lux, you would need to add Infrared LED's to provide a light source.
Probably power it the cam with a 9v PP3 or better if not discreet a power adapter.
Not bad price for the spec as it's 1/3"
#8
I wonder how long battery would last around :-/
Simon4151561
lukeyd
Does it charge up or something? And how is it nightvision capable?

At 3 lux, you would need to add Infrared LED's to provide a light source.
Probably power it the cam with a 9v PP3 or better if not discreet a power adapter.
Not bad price for the spec as it's 1/3"
#9
lcassey
looks like it runs off either a supplied mains adaptor or else a 9v battery so I guess get some rechargable 9v batteries as dont want a nifty tiny camera hidden away with a big cable running down to the nearest plug lol!

If you put it in the loft above the shower nobody will see the wire.
1 Like #10
I don't think this is licensed for UK use, you could probably receive the FM TV signal on an old analogue sat' receiver connected to a 3" aerial - i.e. it can interfere with the IF signal on poorly installed Sky installations.
Output power: 50mw, 200mw.
- Output frequency : 900MHZ—1200MHZ.
- Power supply: DC +9—12V.
- Frequency: ISM 900MHz ~ 1,230MHz 4CH.
- Transmission Frequency: 1.2GHz.
- Recommended Max Distance : 100 Meters.
It doesn't use the usual 2.4 GHz video sender / wifi band
Not that you're concerned about legality if you're thinking of putting it in a shower! oO

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