Birdhouse Spy Cam Wireless Hawk Eye
Let's be clear, "wireless" cameras transmit their audio and video signals wirelessly, but as with all "wireless" cameras, a power cable supplying electricity must still be run out to the camera. This camera is best suited for anyone who can not get the AV cable coming off the regular Hawk Eye, into their home, office, or school. The transmitter that receives the audio and video signals from the camera connects directly to the television, computer, or other monitoring device, giving the user live, 24/7, real time viewing. The color video camera comes with infrared night vision, and built in microphone. Must be sheltered from the weather. Comes with 100' low voltage power cable (our Extension cable). System runs off 9-volt power adapter, and so is safe for use outside. Variable focus lens from 1/8" to infinity. Although the image is color, be aware that colors inside a birdhouse, where there is no natural light, will be muted. Originally designed for bird watching, customers are using it watch everything from deer and other wildlife to horses, goats, and other livestock, as well as pets.
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