This DVR packs advanced technology into a slim, light form. It's ideal for those mobile surveillance situations in which detective (law enforcement or private) need professional quality recording capabilities. Run this DVR up to 4 hours with motion activation feature.
Really, really easy to use. And slim enough to conceal in the most unlikely places.
Thin Alloy Body.
PC Camera Function.
Records in .AVI Format.
Time Date Stamp.
Instant Response to Change in Lighting.
VGA Recording 640x480 at 30 Frames Per Second.
Built-in Lithium Battery.
4 Hours Record Time per Charge.
Supports up to a 32GB SD Card.
Motion activation mode.
Video resolution: 640 x 480 @ 30fps.
Video format: AVI.
Power supply: Internal Li-Ion battery.
Record duration: Up to 4 hours per charge.
Storage: Support for up to 32GB Micro SD Cards.
Put an "off the record" meeting on the record.
Monitor an area that has restricted access, to see who is stealing company secrets.
Record any kind of meeting, just to have a video record.
Record negotiation meetings.
Record promises made at your city council meetings.
Capture that cheating husband (or wife) on video, instantly send to YouTube.
Capture a sales presentation on video, so unwritten promises are documented.
Catch your immedate reports doing things right, and use the video to support getting them the raises your bosses try to weasel out of providing.
Conduct cafeteria surveillance and hear "secret" conversations without being suspected.
Gather evidence for a civil suit, by capturing threats, confessions, or other evidence from the offending party who had planned to "deny everything."
Document the moron who says, "You didn't hear it from me" when you know he's planning to implicate you.
Get rid of a competing coworker by making a bait remark about your boss and then record your coworker's disloyal comments.
Document your annoying or competing coworker's petty pilferage, and send the files to HR. Or post on YouTube.
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The product is a breeze to use both to take your footage, and to upload and view it.
Thanks to its native AVI recording format, you can easily connect the device to your PC via the included USB cable and upload and view your footage in seconds. You can even upload the footage directly to YouTube with no need to convert formats!
Hidden Camera Tips
A hidden camera can be a great asset, especially if you use it properly. Here's some free information to help you do just that.
Don't announce you've installed a hidden camera. This may sound obvious, but it's a rule many people break.
Keep the existence of the camera on a "need to know" basis. The fewer people who know, the better.
If installing a camera in a bathroom or other normally private location (due to drug use, vandalism, etc.), consult an attorney about privacy violation issues first.
Take a cue from Realtors. Location, location, location. It's critical you install the camera where it can be concealed, but also where its viewing field won't be inadvertently blocked by people standing in front of it. It also needs to be fairly accessible for such things as retreiving the flashdrive, recharging the battery, cleaning the lens, etc.
Run a test once you've installed it. You may need to adjust angle, ambient lighting, height, focus, etc., to get the kind of footage you want.
Develop a schedule for accessing it without revealing that it's there. Obviously, pulling the flashdrive out of the breakroom monitoring camera during lunchtime isn't going to work.
A security device is a good investment, but it can do only so much. We offer excellent security devices, and we want you to get the most from your purchase. The following tips will help. We sell some security devices to consumers, so first some tips for those customers. Then some tips for our corporate customers.
Home security. You may have heard the expression, "When seconds count, the cops are only minutes away." Cameras and other detection devices are great, but what's the execution plan? Don't think "detect and report," think "detect and protect." The most effective home protection device is a shotgun. Typically, it doesn't need to be fired to have the desired effect. But this isn't the only protection measure. You can also have an escape and assembly plan, a safe room, or some other measure. Yes, install those detection devices. But don't think that simply knowing your perimeter is breached makes you safe.