Don’t drop this micro camera on the carpet, because you might not find it. It uses the latest generation color CMOS imager and can be concealed virtually anywhere as the camera measures less that 1/3 in square. It is extremely stealthy with a 1/4 in color CMOS chip provides 400 lines and 1.5 lux. CMOS technology offers the added bonus of extremely low power consumption. The unit comes with plug-and-play video/power cables and instructions.
Imager Type CMOS Imager Size (in) 1/4 Color Yes Lines 400 Lux 1.5
Max FOV (degrees) 55 Focal Length (mm) 3.0 - 3.5 Pinhole Yes
Height (in) 0.33 Width (in) 0.33 Depth (in) 0.33 Weight (oz) 0.88
Amps DC (mA) 35 Volts DC 9
Warranty 1 Year
File Name File Size File Type Data Sheet 449 KB
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- Great value for money Review by Chris Willis (Denton, TX)
Quality Value Features Overall
Recently a small mark was added to the camera which indicates which side is UP. This is very helpful because now I can install it without having to hook it all up to a power supply and monitor just to find out which side is UP. You should do this for all your cameras.
(Posted on 7/14/12)