The start of commercial spy gear still going strong
You all remember when the first version of this little guy hit the market in the year 2000 don’t you? It was all over shows like Dateline and 20/20.
It was an incredibly simple yet ingenious idea. Hide a spy camera inside an innocent looking teddy bear and place it above the fireplace to monitor the living room.
Now anyone you might be trying to deter or capture with a spy camera will be wise to the teddy bear game. In 2012 the bear is not going to look natural placed in your living room all on its own.
The eyes themselves -- once a great tool to predict what the bear was seeing -- are now a glaringly obvious sign there is a spy camera in the living room.
The teddy bear is far from dead though, it just needs a strategy tweak
Instead of placing the teddy bear above the fireplace on its own, put it somewhere a teddy bear actually belongs, like your kid’s rooms.
By mixing it with other toys and dolls, the teddy bear loses the image of the ever watchful eye and can hide right in front of your eyes to capture all the important moments worth seeing.
With a motion detector and a battery good for a whole year, this is a major upgrade from the teddy bear spy cams of yesteryear.
Video Input: NTSC/PAL Auto Detection
Standby-time: Up to 365 days (1 Year)
Continuous Usage: 20 hours
Record Mode: Standard, Motion, Schedule, Overwrite
Max Resolution: 720P+, 1280x960
Resolution Mode: 320x240/640x480/720x480/1024x768/1280x720/1280x960 Real Time
Frame Rate: 1,5,15,20,25,30fps
Video Format: MPEG-4 ASF file format
Picture Format: JPG
Storage: SD Card (up to 32GB SDHC)
Recording Time: ~40 minutes per GB @ 720x480
Frame Counter Stamp: Yes
PC Interface: USB 2.0
Battery Type: 3.7V 15000mA Lithium Battery
Camera Resolution: 480 TV Lines
Image Sensor: 1/4 CMOS
2GB SD Card
RCA Video Cables
|Motion Activated||Motion Activated|
|Professional Grade||Professional Grade|
|Remote Control||Remote Control|
|Table or Desk||Table or Desk|
|Battery Powered||Battery Powered|
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