The spy button camera is a concealable video camera that can be used in a number of ways. The button camera looks like, yes you guessed right, a button, on any shirt or jacket and actually replaces one of its real buttons.
Who & Why Chooses To Use A Button Camera?
This tiny camera can be used for a wide range of situations such as recording a meeting. The camera is simple to disguise so it can be used for a face to face meeting. This hidden device records both video and audio for up to 90 minutes, and it very is easy to use and uses simple touch recording. It allows you to have a normal face to face conversation with the person while covertly recording the entire conversation. However, make sure you are aware of the recording laws in the state prior to recording an audio conversation.
The button camera can also be used by Private Investigators. Private Investigators are often looking for covert recording methods in order to record the subject while avoiding detection. This small device can be perfect for recording inside a restaurant or bar setting since it just requires looking in the direction of the subject. It can also be used when following somebody in a public place. It is a discrete video camera because only the body has to be angled towards the person. The Private Investigator can be looking in another direction as long as the button is aimed at the subject.
The Angel Eye model of the button camera has a DVR monitor that allows you to see the recording on the video while recording. This can be used in places where it is difficult to tell the angle of the actual recording. Just set up the device how you would want it and watch it record live through the DVR. The camera itself is covert, but does have to be attached to the monitor at all times. The DVR monitor is also used to store all the recordings for future playback.
The camera just plugs into a computer for easy playback. It supports up to a 32 GB micro SD card that can be reused. The recordings can be deleted off of the memory chip and/or saved on the computer. No software is required for playback. The recordings are played back using Windows Media Player on a PC and QuickTime on a Mac. The camera just plugs into the USB of the computer using the included micro USB cable.
Source by Michal Moreno