Hidden Cameras-Consumer’s Choice Clock Spy Cameras
In this article we are going to take a look at the top three consumer’s choice clock spy cameras. Hidden cameras are most often used as nanny cameras but they have other uses as well which makes them a valuable tool for parents and business owners who need to keep an eye on things at their home, office or business when they can’t be there.
Over the years we have seen countless examples of hidden cameras that were bought by consumers to be used only as nanny cameras, but they also caught images of burglars breaking into the home so they ended up being a home security benefit.
Clock spy cameras are some of the most popular hidden cameras in the marketplace. Part of the explanation for this is cost-they are very cost effective. And they are very versatile so they can fit into just about any situation without arousing any suspicion that they are actually a recording device.
One of the most popular consumer’s choice clock spy cameras is this Digital Alarm Spy Camera that sells for $69.95 and is completely wireless. It has motion activated or push button recording and can be set to record audio only, but is meant to record audio and video with excellent visuals. This nanny camera can be used as a WebCam too with the included driver. It has a 4 GB micro SD card that comes with the product which allows the device to record for close to 90 minutes. The included remote control can be used up to 60 feet away.
Next most popular consumer’s choice Clock Hidden Camera also has motion activated recording. It can record approximately 90 minutes in AVI format at 30 FPS. It also has WebCam capability with the use of the included driver. The “built-in rechargeable lithium polymer battery lasts 120 minutes.” It comes with a USB cable for downloading information and to recharge the battery. It also sells for $69.95.
And the third most popular consumer’s choice is a 14 inch fully functioning Wall Clock Camera that can record HD video in 1280 x 720 resolution. This product can be used for covert surveillance in a home, office, or in a store. The USB cable that comes with the clock is used for data transfer to a computer. The DVR is powered directly by AC power so it does not need to be recharged. It comes with a 6 foot cord that allows you to place it almost anywhere.