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Neck Tie with Covert Color Camera
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Neck Tie with Covert Color Camera

Item# SGC-1174
$209.95

This item is currently out of stock!

Just when you thought you had everything covert, we now offer a totally concealed video camera built into a neck tie!

You can pair the tie camera with one of our pocket-sized DVR’s for a totally self contained DIY covert video recording system. Well, this can be used in the office if you think your going to be a fall guy for the next enron.

Hidden in the tie is a high grade CCD low light hidden camera. paired with one of our pocket size DVR’s below and you will have a completely self contained system!

Note: tie make, model and color may vary from the picture shown

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Neck Tie with Covert Color Camera Specifications

  • 450 TV lines
  • 1/4 interline CCD image sensor
  • 0.2 LUX
  • 4.3 mm lens
  • 80 degree field of view

Includes:

  • Tie with hidden camera
  • Battery pack
  • RCA A/V & Power Cable
  • “What do These Hidden Camera Features Mean?”

    Field of View: The viewing angle of the camera. Picture a 80 degree angle or “V” extending outward. Everything in the “V” will be recorded by the camera

    CCD stands for “Charged Coupled Device.” CCD cameras consume more power than CMOS but offers better picture recording in lower light settings than CMOS.

    Lux 1 lux equals the amount of light that falls on a one-square-meter surface that is one meter away from a single candle. 10 lux equals the amount of light produced by 10 candles one meter away. The Lux ratings of a camera tells you how much light is required for them to capture an image. A Rating of 1 lux would be like a full moon overhead at tropical latitudes. A Rating of 0.002 lux equates to a Moonless clear night sky with airglow.