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Monitor the Activity of any Room in your Home with this Covert Motion Activated Camera

February 19, 2012 Leave a comment

Mini Gadgets HCOfficePlate Oval OFFICE Namplate Camera/DVR

 

 

 

Many of us have experienced instances where the most obvious place to hide will turn out to be the least obvious place to hide. The validity of this statement is proven with the Oval OFFICE Nameplate Camera/DVR from Mini Gadgets. This is their latest design in hidden cameras. Built into an average looking plaque inscribed OFFICE, this camera is conveniently hidden from those standing around it, in plain sight. Amazingly clear video captures every detail after the motion activation has set the unit into record mode. No need to constantly replace batteries, the built Li-Ion rechargeable battery will keep video flowing while a Micro SD card (sold separately) stores the footage. Read More

Record Everything Your Car Does, Everywhere it Goes, with this Dual Camera/Recorder

February 11, 2012 Leave a comment

Mini Gadgets CCBlackBox Black Box Car Camera with GPS

 

 

 

  • High resolution of 640×480
  • Two cameras record outside and inside views
  • Internal rechargeable li-ion battery
  • 12V cigarette lighter plug
  • 2.7″ LCD screen

 

 

How does your car really get treated when you’re not driving it? Does your company truck make any extra stops on its delivery route? Does the valet practice for next week’s road race using your car? Or would you like to see how you did in the race? This camera/recorder tells all, with one camera looking out the windshield and one with a field of view of the interior. Sensitive enough to record at night. There’s an internal GPS to add a location tag to your recorded video. Just mount the camera so it has a good view out the windshield, charge its internal battery or plug into the cigarette lighter socket, and go. Records on a removable SD card up to 16GB. Watch the video on its own 2.7″ LCD screen, remove the SD card and play on your PC, or download with the USB cable (included). This video footage might be very useful if there’s an accident.  Read More

Money-Saving Bundle of Security and Surveillance Tools

February 11, 2012 Leave a comment

Mini Gadgets SpyStickBundle PC/Cell Phone Spy Stick Bundle

Here’s a way to save money by buying a bundle of surveillance and recovery sticks. Keep tabs on cell phones and PCs and recover data that might otherwise be lost. These sticks are useful to discover hidden data or recover information that may otherwise be lost.

The Android Recovery Stick can recover deleted text messages, call logs, images, contacts, and more. Supports up to Android 2.2, and it may not be possible to recover all data. Requires the PIN for locked phones. Plug the phone into a computer, plug the recovery stick into the same computer, and follow the prompts.

The iRecovery performs much the same services as the Android but for iPhones up to IOS 4.3.

Chat Stick searches a PC for chat logs from all sorts of chat logs. Discover how time your employees waste when they’re supposed to be working. Learn what sites your kids are visiting.

The Data Recovery Stick can help you recover deleted files. Deleted files are not really gone until the computer writes new data onto the drive location, so you can often get files back if accidentally (or deliberately) deleted.

The Porn Detection Stick protects your PC from pornography. This software searches all images on a PC and evaluates them for possible pornographic content. Searches active files, deleted files and Internet caches.

The SIM Seizure stick performs comprehensive analysis of SIM cards and can recover deleted texts and emails.

Windows Breaker can help you regain access to your computer. It does not break the password, but bypasses it, granting you file access, including the ability to reset your password. Your PC must be bootable to a USB device in order for the Breaker to do its work. Read More

Solar-Powered Security Light is also a Wireless Surveillance Camera

February 9, 2012 Leave a comment

Coleman PSD3E Solar Security Camera Light 480TVL

 

 

  • Uses no electricity, only solar power (light, motion sensor, transmitter only)
  • Runs up to 14 hours on a full charge
  • Advanced monocrystalline solar panel and lithium-polymer battery
  • Photocell prevents lamp from coming on during the day
  • Motion sensor turns on light and camera
  • Wireless installation

 

Don’t let an intruder sneak up on your home. This security camera looks like a floodlight, but it contains a covert camera as well. And it does not require AC power or video cable! Mount this solar-powered camera/floodlight where it can keep an eye on things, then point its solar panel towards the sun. Connect the video receiver to a video monitor or DVR and you’re finished with the installation. The sun will charge its internal lithium polymer battery and give you up to 14 hours of continuous illumination. But because there are both a photocell and a motion sensor, the floodlight will come on for 60 seconds only when triggered, conserving battery power. The receiver has a built-in quad screen system, allowing you to connect up to 3 more cameras to monitor your entire property. The lamp housings are made of cast aluminum to act as heat sinks for the LEDs, to assure durability and ensure maximum brightness. The LEDs are from CREE, the best available, and emit 600 lumens (the same as a 60 watt incandescent bulb).  Read More

Time Lapse Camera Records Everyone Moving in its Range

February 1, 2012 Leave a comment

Brinno MAC100 Motion Activated HomeWatchCam Time Lapse Camera

  • Battery-operated for simple installation
  • Motion sensor enables camera to run only when people are present
  • Stores images on SD card up to 16GB
  • Rated for outdoor use

Have you ever wanted to know what goes on while you’re away from your home? This simple camera will fill in the gaps! Just pop in four AA batteries (sold separately) and an SD memory card (2GB card included) and place it so it can see the area you want to monitor. Give it a good view of your storage shed, place it near the bird’s nest in the back yard, or point it toward your front door. The next day, pop out the SD card and see everything that happened. Mount it on a pole to take time-lapse images of your house being built. The built-in passive infrared (PIR) motion sensor turns the camera on and off to record only when it detects movement, saving memory. This feature also makes it easier to fast-forward through the video, as periods of inactivity are not recorded. The batteries can last up to 50,000 frames. Comes with universal mounting bracket. LED indicators for power on, low battery, and SD Card full.   Read more

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