Easily Monitor Your Home or Office
Our popular XtremeLife Wall Clock Hidden Camera just got an upgrade, and now features a 140 degree wide-angle lens that records stunning 720P HD video.
This self-contained hidden clock camera is battery powered and has no wires, so it can be easily taken and used wherever you need covert video surveillance - at home, in your office, or even a bedroom.
The long life "body heat activated" camera can operate up to an amazing 90 days in standby mode, getting up to approximately 16 hours of recording on a full charge.
Video files are recorded to a removable micro SD card, and can be easily played back on both PC and Mac computers. Videos can also be played back directly on your TV with the included RCA video cable as well.
Features and Benefits:
|Q. How long does the battery last?|
|The battery can last in standby mode detecting motion for up to 90 days. Actual recording of motion-activated video is around 16 hours.|
|Q. Where are the video files stored?|
|Video files are saved to an SD card (up to 64GB capacity).|
|Q. Is the camera motion activated?|
|By default it records in motion-activation mode. You can switch to continuous-recording mode if you prefer this mode. The camera can record about 8 hours continuously on a full charge.|
|Q. How can I setup the recording options?|
|The camera is ready to go out of the box, but if you'd like to adjust recording options, you can connect the camera to your TV.|
|Q. What is the warranty?|
|The camera includes a full one year warranty.|
|Q. What if I need setup assistance or tech support?|
|We offer lifetime technical support for this product - simply give us call, email us, or use our online chat.|
|Q. Does this camera record audio?|
|Due to US laws regarding covert audio recording, hidden cameras (including this one) are not permitted to record audio.|
|Q. Does the clock function as an actual wall clock?|
|Yes it does - it requires a single AA battery.|
|Q. How do I view the recorded video files?|
|There are 2 ways to view playback - on your computer or on a TV.|
|Q. Are the recorded videos Mac compatible?|
|Yes they are - videos are recorded to universal AVI format and can be played back on any PC or Mac computer.|
|Last Updated: March 11, 2016|