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Flashlight LED Torch + Spy Camera Camcorder

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  • Spy Camera + Video Camcorder
  • 8-LED Bright Flashlight/Torch
  • Light Weight & Portable Design
  • Dimension: 11.0 x 3.2 x 3.2 cm Specifications:
  • Pinhole Lens
  • Image Resolution: 1600 x 1200 pixel
  • Color Video Resolution: 640 x 480 pixel
  • FPS: 29 frames per second
  • Image file format: JPEG
  • Video file format: AVI (MJPG)
  • Color Video and Audio
  • Rechargeable Li-ion battery
  • Micro SD/SDHC Card support Package Included:
  • 1 piece Flashlight + Spy Camera Camcorder
  • 1 piece USB Data Charging cable
  • 1 piece Universal AC adaptor
  • Source:  Brando

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    4GB Spy CMOS Camera Cap w/ Remote Control

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    Can you imagine that you can wear camera on your head? Or bring a cap with a spy camera? Here we bring you a 4GB Spy CMOS Camera Cap with Remote Control. With this cap, you can take photos and record video without notice. We offer you two colors for your selection: Black and Light Brown.

    The 4GB Spy CMOS Camera Cap is available in Black / Light Brown color versions . We’re pretty sure that there will be quite a lot of people out there who will go for such a device, for various reasons.


    • Memory: 4GB
    • Synchronous: Video
    • Resolution: 640 * 480
    • Typical Microphone Range: 3m
    • File Format: MP4-AVI
    • Sensor: CMOS Motion Sensor
    • Power Source: Internal Rechargeable Li-Battery
    • Color: Black / Light Brown

    Our Price: $59.95

    Source:  Etronix

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    Army Sponsoring Bat-Like 6-inch Solar Spy Plane

    bat wideshot  Army Sponsoring Bat-Like 6-inch Solar Spy Plane


    ANN ARBOR, Mich.—A six-inch robotic spy plane modeled after a bat would gather data from sights, sounds and smells in urban combat zones and transmit information back to a soldier in real time.

    That’s the Army’s concept, and it has awarded the University of Michigan College of Engineering a five-year, $10-million grant to help make it happen. The grant establishes the U-M Center for Objective Microelectronics and Biomimetic Advanced Technology, called COM-BAT for short. The grant includes an option to renew for an additional five years and $12.5 million.

    Miniaturizing the various systems of “the bat” and making them more energy efficient are big challenges for the groups working on COM-BAT. The tiny plane must be able to collect large amounts of surveillance data and travel great distances while running on 1 W of power. But COM-BAT is ambitious and they fully anticipate being able to shrink all the systems. For example “They expect their autonomous navigation system, which would allow the robot to direct its own movements, to be 1,000 times smaller and more energy efficient than systems being used now.”

    Source:   University of Michigan

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