This imitation sprinkler head looks like the real thing, but hides a Sony CCD camera that secretly records everything going on. Records in color. Easy to install and operate. Unlike similar products, this one records in color. Anyone involved in security knows how advantageous that really is.
Easy installation. You can open the box and have your sprinkler camera fully operational three minutes later.
Ease to use. Just snap out SD card to view or transfer recordings to any Mac or PC.
Covert. Looks just like a regular sprinkler head.
Ample recording time from a single charge. Motion-activated recording saves battery life.
Record job interviews, review later to compare candidates.
Capture footage for security purposes at school events, association dinners, or political events.
Monitor apartment complexes, warehouses, stockrooms, offices, and other areas that are sprinkler-protected.
Image Device: 1/3" Sony Interline CCD.
System Signal: NTSC:59.94Hz-PAL:50Hz.
Valid Pixel: NTSC:512x492-PAL:512x582.
Image Resolution: 420 Lines of Resolution.
Minimum Illumination: .5 Lux Low Light.
Video Output: 1Vp-p,75 Ohms.
Electronic Shutter: Up to 1/100.000sec.
Power Supply: 12V DC(+/-10%).
Power Consumption: 150mA(+/-10%).
Lens: 3.6mm wide-angle pinhole lens.
Storage: 2GB SD card. Will accept up to 32GB card.
Battery life per charge: About 30 days, depending on actual usage. Charge it weekly, and you have no worries. Or run it continously from batter charger (inlcuded).
1 each of:
Sprinklerhead hidden camera.
2GB SD card.
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.