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Mini DV80 – Motion sensitive video camera and DVR

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This Mini DV80 is a motion sensitive camera and video recorder. Designed as a static surveillance camera or as a driving camera, it records to .avi, supports up to 32GB microSD cards and runs for 4 hours on the internal battery, or 10 hours on standby. Once it’s on, anything moving in front of the camera will start it recording.

It comes with a mount and suction cup so you can put it anywhere including a car dashboard. The camera takes 1.9 megapixel stills or VGA @30 fps video. ~US$25 wholesale

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  • Ultra compact DV recorder and camera
  • Takes true 3 megapixel JPG photos at 1600 x 1200
  • Motion detection video and photo function
  • Records 30FPS video at 640 x 480 resolution
  • Video recording of Exterior scenes, photographing of Exterior Scenes
  • Meeting records, driving records, monitoring records, video recording of evidence
  • High clear sound recording effect with sound activated function
  • Built-in 520mAh Li-ion battery lasts about 4 hours of continuous use, the standy time of monitoring reach up to 10 hours.
  • With a PC camera function, easy to enjoy the network life.
  • Built in card to support 1-32GB(T-flash/microSD)
    Size: 78 x 32.6 x 12mm
  • Weight: 35g

Tags: gadget, usb, photography, mini+dv80, car+camera

HuPing – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


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