Surveillance solutions maker Swann Communications announces the
Digital Private Eye hidden camera and recorder.
Swann’s Digital Private Eye is a time-lapse recorder with motion detection. It has a color still camera that captures and records images directly to an SD Memory Card with the option of using either a 9V rechargeable battery or AC power via a plug-in cable.
If fitted with a 1GB SD Memory Card, the Swann Digital Private Eye can record up to 30,000 images, which can be viewed by simply connecting the unit via a USB cable or by plugging the SD Memory Card into a PC or other viewing device. The Digital Private Eye looks like a real alarm PIR (passive infra-red) to trick people. There are 3 modes the Digital Private Eye can be used. In a “Set-and-Forget” alarm mode it will take pictures whenever the motion detector senses movement and will record them to the SD Memory Card or direct to a PC if connected. In Webcam mode it captures video at 30 frames per second and record this directly through a PC. A third Card Reader mode allows you to plug the unit into a PC using a USB cable to display the content of the Memory Card.
More details on the Swann's site. Amazon.com has the Digital Private Eye already listed for $199.95.
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