2MP Covert Camera Records in Full HD
This all-in-one portable cell phone charging power bank, hidden camera, and WiFi enabled DVR gives you exceptional covert surveillance on the go. The camera records in full HD (1080p/720p/WVGA) at 30fps. The fully-functional power bank will charge your electronic devices while also capturing video footage that can be viewed and managed remotely on the included app. Control, view, and download video using the app when the camera is connected to WiFi. Video can also be stored on-board using a memory card up to 32GB.
The large battery gives you a long life, allowing for 6.5 hours of recording. LED indicators on the device covertly show battery life, charging, WiFi connectivity, and recording. This versatile and portable device is perfect for short-term, on-the-go surveillance, especially in hotel rooms or vacation rentals where you want to make sure that your belongings are safe.
Due to federal regulations, this camera does not record audio. Click here to learn more.
In The Box
Power Bank Wi-Fi HD DVR
Special Feature: View covert video recordings, control camera, and download footage remotely using the free included app.
Dimensions: 4" x 3.188" x 1.063"
Power: Battery Input: DC 3.7V/ 6800mA Lithium Battery, Battery Life: 390 min
Transmission: Built-In Recorder and WiFi
Storage: SD card up to 32GB of memory
Service: No monthly fee
Built-in Image Sensor: 1/2.9 progressive CMOS
Sensor Sensitivity: 0.03 Lux @F2.0
Angle Of View: 78°
Frame Rate: Up to 30 fps
Lens F/No.: F 2.0
Photo Capability: 2M
Snapshot: Recording and Playback video
Memory Type: Micro SD Card (max 32GB)
Date/Time Table: YYYY/MM/DD, HH:MM:SS
Battery Lifetime: 390 min
Video Recording Mode: Auto/Manual/Motion Detection
File Format: MOV, JPG
Recording Capability: 1920x1080, 1280x720, 848x480
Recording Time: Example 500min @ 1920x1080 resolution using 16GB card.
Data Interface: Mini USB 2.0
Power Consumption: 480mA-530mA
Charging Time: 10Hr
Battery Input: DC 3.7V/ 6800mA Lithium Battery
Power Input: DV 5V
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Sep 3rd 2021
Wish it had a 4k camera instead of 1080p