The Ultimate Nanny Cam! Battery Powered
Teddy Bear Hidden Camera
Motion Activated, Battery Operated, Self Contained Teddy Bear Camera
1 Year Standby Battery Power.
No more power cords required!
Our totally portable SecureShot Teddy Bear Hidden Camera/DVR can
quickly be placed in any location without the worry of AC outlets or
extension cords. Only 10" tall and 5" wide. With our exclusive
copyrighted micro PIR motion activation system, there is virtually
no battery drain while on standby, and no false alarms. As soon as
"body heat" is detected, up to 30 feet away, hi resolution (640 X
480) video is recorded on a hidden SD card. Recording continues
until 1 minute after motion ceases, then unit automatically returns
to standby mode. Rechargeable high capacity Li-ion battery offers 1
year of standby operation and over 20 hours of actual recording per
charge. Recordings can be played back to TV/VCR directly from unit,
or SD card can be removed from hidden, zipped compartment and played
on your PC.
This amazing all in one hidden camera records to a hidden SD card
and can be viewed directly from the bear by connecting it to a
TV with the supplied RCA cables or simply remove the SD card
and view the video on your computer.
- "No Battery Drain" Standby System
- 1 Year Standby Battery Power
- 20 Hours Of actual Recording Per Charge
- 550 LOR HI Res Color or B/W Sony CCD
- 640 x 480 VGA High Resolution @12~ 1 fps
- MPEG4 (30fps real time video) Resolution
320 X 240
- Low Light Color or B/W CCD 450 LOR Camera
- 1X,2X,4X,8X,16X,32X Playback Speeds
- Upgradeable firmware via SD card for future
- Image size dependent on amount of motion
(25kb ~ 160kb @ 30fps)
- Uses windows media player on SD card
* Note: This item is custom made and
may take up to five business days to ship. The exact amount of
time will depend on our workload at the time that the order is
placed. We do our best to ship as soon as possible.
- Supports up to 32Gb SD card
How to use the Covert Nanny Camera
- Built inside of this unit is a battery operated, color
pinhole camera that
records motion activated video footage to the built in DVR.
can set the unit to record continuously, scheduled, or on
activation. When using motion activation, the camera will only
record whenever someone moves in front of it. Because of this,
you won’t have spend forever fast-forwarding the video to see
when a person walks into the area you are monitoring. It also
means you’ll be able to record a lot more footage since it
doesn’t save the boring, useless video.
- Each time motion occurs, the camera makes a new video file,
which will make it easy to find the particular file you are
after when you need to review footage.
- So, for example, if someone walks in front of the camera 8
times in one day, there will be 8 different files that were
recorded that have their own time stamp on it. You’ll know
exactly when the events happened; it’s that simple!
- The nanny camera is programmed so that the moment
occurs, it starts recording and when motion stops, it records
for a few seconds extra and then stops.
- You can also change the video quality settings by using the
included video cable to hook the clock radio up to a TV. Use
included remote control to change the time/date, video
motion sensitivity, erase the memory card, etc...
- Settings such as recording quality, date/time, and recording
schedules are accessible by plugging the product into your
television using the included video cable. While most users
the camera active 24/7, you can have it record only during
certain hours if you wish.
Viewing the footage is easy for any user
- The Nanny Camera stores the video onto a removable memory
card; the item has a hidden trap door which conceals the
card, so only you will know how to access it.
- Simply take out the SD card and plug it into your
computer and start the video viewing program that is included
the box. Each video clip file that was recorded will have a
and time stamp in the corner, so you’ll know exactly when an
event happened. The viewing software that comes with the
allows you to convert the H.264 video into a .WMV or .AVI if
need to send it to anyone else for viewing.