Goggle Hidden Spy Camera with Built In DVR
Many people like to wear this Goggle Hidden Spy Camera with Built In DVR so they can capture their view. You could use it when skiing, for instance, to show off to others that weren't lucky enough to go with you. Here are some ways to use this surveillance camera to make great videos.
Let's say that you're going out to do some snowboarding and usually wear goggles to keep yourself from getting things in your eyes. With the camera in place, it's discreet and you are not going to really notice it as you use it to record footage. Just read the instructions and it's easy to record whenever you want. It is attached to goggles that don't fog up, so you can keep them on in various situations to get great footage from the camera hidden in the equipment.
There are a lot of great ways to use the spy camera to make popular videos for the Internet. For example, you can take and edit down what you got and put it on a video sharing site. Tag the video right and you can get a lot of people to check out what you have to share with them. This makes it a fun way to go through and share what you enjoyed to see if others do as well.
The Goggle Security Camera and Its Built-In DVR
Purchasing a camera is only a good idea once you know how much footage you can get. This goggle hidden camera with built-in DVR set can record up to 16GB of footage on the SD card that’s free with it. Once you get to that limit, you can take a little bit of time to transfer what you have onto your devices so you can clear out the SD card and get even more on video to keep making memories. You should charge up the battery, for 2 hours for a full charge, before any excursion and make sure it's recording so you're not missing anything due to not knowing how to operate it.
This security camera can see 140 degrees in front of you, so you are going to have an accurate look at what you are seeing. The video resolution is an awesome 1280 x 720 pixels. It records at 30 frames per second, so the video should be easy to check out and know what's going on in it. Make sure you clear the hole where the camera is if anything gets into it, like snow or dirt if you were to wipe that out. You can bring a soft cleaning cloth with you so you can wipe it off every once in a while.
You can use the goggles spy camera with DVR with Windows or Apple computers as long as they have a USB port. If you want to make this easy to work with on the fly, you should bring a laptop with you so you can quickly charge the camera and transfer footage from it to make room for more. You can bring a few batteries for your laptop and that way you're able to work on whatever you need in your vehicle or wherever you plan to keep your computer. In other words, you can set this up to get more than enough recorded no matter how long your trip is.
There's a button on top of the goggles that will turn the camera on when you want to activate it. This covert camera was designed so you can use it with your gloves so you're not stuck having to rush to get your hands out. When you are doing extreme sports, you don't really have time to try and mess with a camera like this. It could get you hurt, so it's nice that you can record with it with just the touch of a button no matter what you are trying to get recorded.
It's interesting to get a view of what you are seeing when doing extreme sports. Even if you're taking it slow, it can be fun to remember what it was like to do various activities. This Goggle Hidden Spy Camera with Built In DVR is able to capture crisp video so you can go back and enjoy your activities time and again.
Features: 170 degree viewing angle, UV sunglasses lens, 1280 x 720 video resolution, 2 hour battery life, works with Windows and Mac OS, 16GB memory, 30 FPS.
Includes: sunglasses camera, carrying bag, USB cable, user manual.