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This digital alarm clock will easily blend in anywhere; only you will know that it is actually a DVR recording sight and sound. It is perfect for covert surveillance, such as keeping an eye on the babysitter, watching what employees are doing, etc. This DVR has several different recording options: regular recording of sight and sound with the push of a button, sound recording only, still-picture camera or motion detector. The motion detection feature allows you to record only when something is happening- saving battery life and memory. The Spy Digital Alarm Clock DVR can also be used as a web camera. It also includes a remote control so you can start the recording from up to 60 feet away. The recordings are saved to a 4 GB micro SD card (this 4GB card is included but the unit will support up to 32GB). Video recording resolution is 640 x 480 AVI format at 30 FPS. The resolution of the still pictures is 1280 x 960. Just connect the clock to the USB port on your computer and you are ready to see the video with Windows Media Player or pictures using your favorite JPG viewer. A CD with web cam drivers, remote control, instruction manual, USB cable to connect to a computer and a AC recharger are all included (the DVRDMDC will be recharged every time it is plugged into a computer but it can also be recharged with the included AC adapter). The clock measures four and three-eight inches x two and five-eight inches x one and one-quarter inches.
Please note that it is the responsibility of the customer to check all State, Local and Federal Laws governing the use of video Spy (hidden) cameras (with or without audio) before ordering and/or using hidden or covert video and/or audio surveillance equipment. In most states, hidden video surveillance is legal, as long as it is not done in an area where reasonable privacy is expected. These areas include, but are not limited to, bathrooms, bedrooms and dressing rooms. In most states video surveillance does not require the consent of parties involved. However, in some states, the use of audio recording or surveillance requires the consent of all parties involved. There are also various Federal and State Laws regulating the use, and possession, of some types of audio surveillance equipment. We recommend that you check all State, Local and Federal Laws regarding the use of video Spy (hidden) cameras with or without audio.