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Wireless Clock Camera

This is a cunning device for any private detective and private investigator as it appears to be a basic wall clock but it contains a wireless pinhole lens camera. The camera takes images in colour and the integral transmitter sends audio or video evidence to the receiver which is supplied. A wall clock is actually a frequent function in any room so private detectives and private investigators can collect that essential evidence without having producing any suspicion.

The wireless clock camera is powered by a standard 9 volt battery. The transmitting range is 100 metres (line of sight) so that private detectives and private investigators can place the receiver in a appropriate position for maximum effect. The receiver can be plugged into a Tv or recorder employing scart or phono plugs, so the recordings could be viewed. This covert device is superb for use within the a lot of situations private detectives and private investigations locate themselves in as you can find no wires in between the camera and also the receiver as well as the results are high quality.

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