|Company Name||shenzhen keenpower electronic limited|
|Country/Region:||Guang Dong - China|
|Last Online:||22 Nov, 2017|
While it may appear to be no more than your average can of coke, this high tech gadget is actually a digital video recorder! With a tiny top of the line pin-hole camera on the side of the device, combined with its internal 4GB of memory and the ability to record AVI quality video, this high tech soda can will really impress you.
The real power behind this ultra advanced device.It has a 4GB internal memory and rechargeable Li-Ion battery. You can leave this device right out in the open. Place it on a table or your desk and record everything without the slightest notice from anyone around.
Place the soda can hidden camera anywhere and start recording. It's just that simple. No one will suspect that the Coke can sitting on the shelf or on your desk is actually a hidden camera with a built-in DVR.
This covert Coke Cam DVR will silently record everything happening without drawing any unnecessary attention. The tiny pinhole camera captures all the action onto the built-in DVR, and the actual soda can hidden camcorder itself connects to your computer with the included USB cable for easy viewing. All video footage is recorded to the built-in 4Gb DVR in VGA quality color video so you can easily play it back on your computer.
With the included RF remote control operation is simple, and you don't even have to be in the same room to activate the DVR! Recordings can be later downloaded by plugging the unit into your computer via high-speed USB 2.0.
Looks just like a sode can
With built-in 4GB memory, can be used as U disk
Bottom cover with magnetic design
Charging Voltage: 4.2 V
USB Version: USB 1.1/2.0
Video Output Format: AVI
Supporting System: Win 2000/NT/XP
Resolution: 640 x 480 @ 25 fps
Support 15 hours continuous recording
I/O: On/Off switch, USB jack, and play/pause button
Color: Black, Red and Silver as shown in the picture
Dimension: 115(H) x 68(D) mm
Weight: 110 g
What's in the box?
1 x 4GB Caco Cola Can
1 x Remote Control
1 x Charger
1 x USB Cable
1 x Manual
Hidden Cameras: Which Type Do You Need?
Hidden cameras are an important component of a surveillance system. They can record surreptitiously and can be an effective means to monitor activities and provide evidence in case of a crime or a violation. Get to know the different types of hidden cameras to determine which one is right for your needs.
Nanny Cameras: A nanny cam is a type of hidden camera that generally has the most basic functions. It's single focus, stationary and has low to average image quality. The nanny cam is a good choice for a hidden camera meant for general use such as home or office monitoring and surveillance. It works very well for a limited area, such as a small or mid-sized room but may not be recommended for large areas. The image quality is often not sufficient to allow the user to obtain a sharp image from afar, say - 20 to 30 feet away. For closer monitoring though, the nanny cam works very well. The nanny cam is also the type of hidden camera that is usually disguised as something else. It could be installed on a wall clock, for example, or a stuffed toy or even a picture frame
Portable hidden cameras: This is a type of hidden camera that is smaller than the usual, which means it can be installed in just about anything. A portable hidden camera can also be worn, which makes it ideal for personal or face-to-face monitoring or sting operations. These days, hidden cameras of this type are also equipped with audio capability in order to capture sound. Usually, the hidden camera contains a transmitter which sends signals to a remote receiver. This allows for a real time live feed of the images and audio captured by the camera. In some models, the hidden camera comes with an SD card that will record images and audio digitally. These can later be uploaded onto a computer for viewing
Sensor-driven hidden cameras: Some hidden cameras, particularly those used for home or office security, are equipped with a built-in sensor. This sensor detects movement, which makes the camera ideal for 24/7 surveillance. It will only turn on if and when movement is sensed. Otherwise, the camera remains on standby. In terms of energy use and efficiency, the sensor-driven hidden camera is an excellent choice. It will only record if activity occurs. It can also be set up to set off an alarm if motion is detected, alerting security officers or homeowners
Night vision hidden cameras: Night vision hidden cameras are equipped with infra red technology. This allows the camera to record images even in low light conditions. Some high-end models can even record even in the complete absence of light, which makes them ideal for areas such as the backyard, garages, parking lots and store rooms. Night vision hidden cameras can be excellent for surveillance or home security needs because they do not rely heavily on a strong source of light just to record any activities. As such, it can be used night or day without anyone knowing that it had been installed
How to use a spy camera?
Choose your spy camera. They come in all shapes and sizes, from lipstick-style, to sunglasses, to the general purpose home security camera. Today you can fit a camera into almost any place imaginable. So begin by choosing which is best suited to your project. If you'd like something fancy and passive, you can choose the motion-activated security camera, which can be viewed on the Internet. Some of the most popular hidden cameras include alarm clock cameras, digital frame cameras and the wireless spy camera which is slightly larger than a tennis ball.
Select a location for your camera. This of course will depend on your project. The number of uses for spy cameras depends on your needs. Some of these include:Watching your baby sitter;Watching over your teens;A security system to protect your home;A system to protect your business
Set up the spy camera. Remote spy cams are very simple to hook up. All you need to do is connect the wireless video receiver for the camera to a power supply, then run the cable that comes with it to your television or VCR. The cables are color coded yellow and red, and you simply plug the corresponding color into the correct outlet. You can also plug the receiver into the USB port in your laptop.
Monitor your cameras on the Internet. From HomeCamera.com you can monitor any activities. Simply sign up for a free account, download the software and install it on your computer. Once it's installed, you'll need to keep your computer connected and recording. With the HomeCamera.com software, you'll be able to access your cameras from any laptop, PDA, or web-enabled mobile phone.
Do not to use this product for any illegal purpose, otherwise you may be subject to prosecutions under applicable laws
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