Conbrov Wf81 Mini Portable Wireless IP Covert Security Camera Motion Detection Video Camcorder Data Recorder Cam for cannect Smartphone Use
Hidden Camera Looks Like Bottled Water: No One Will Notice! 10 Hours of Recording (BB2BottleCam10) This bottled water is just the item you need if you're looking for a covert camera on the go. It looks exactly like any other bottle of water but it also contains a built in camera. Bottled water is so common these days that nobody pays any attention to them. They also have the added benefit of being permitted pretty much everywhere. Place it on a desk to record a meeting and nobody will know it's anything but a normal bottle of water. Seperate areas contain water on the top and bottom to give the impression of a full bottle. This one has the support for up to 64GB* Micro SD Cards and sports full color high quality video and full motion detection. Features Motion detection Looks just like a normal bottle of water Technical Specs Resolution: 1280 x 960 @ up to 30fps Viewing Angle: 72 degrees Storage: Micro SD cards up to 64GB* Storage Consumption: 30min/GB Battery Life: Up to 10 hours Includes 1 x Bush Baby Bottled Water Camera 10 Hours 1 x Remote Control 1 x USB Cable 1 x AC Adapter 1 x User Manual Compatible with Windows up to Win8 Mac *Please note the following: For best performance we recommend Class 6 or better MicroSD Cards 64GB MicroSD cards must be formatted as FAT32. An external sd card reader must be used to retrieve the video files as these units will not connect to a computer with a 64GB card installed. If purchased through us the cards will be pre-formatted and a card reader will be included as well. If you have any questions please contact technical support.
2014 album from the controversial Canadian band led by Joel Gibb. Songwriter Gibb works like a visual artist: he constructs sophisticated soundscapes and collages, whose fidelity initially stays hidden behind the aesthetics of harmonious yet brooding pop music. "Gay Goth Scene," for example, was originally thought up as a joke, an ironic finger exercise. Now it sounds like a requiem. It was written while Gibb was still living with his mother in Toronto, more than 10 years ago, where he used to arrange gay Goth scene shows.