HD Night Vision Camera Watch

SecuVox Lenzburg HD Night Vision Camera Watch

It’s time to get all secret agenty with the Night Vision Camera Watch, piercing the darkness with your hi-tech goodies to get covert photos and video of people you might want to blackmail in the future.

Is there really any good reason to take pictures in total darkness using a camera that actually looks like a watch? Of course not, but there’s not really a good reason for the existence of Handerpants either so good reasoning has no place in the room when it comes to talking about stuff that’s cool.

The stylish watch uses four infrared LEDs in the watch’s face to provide invisible illumination in total darkness for a 12MP pinhole camera located at 6 o’clock to take photos, which have a pixel resolution of 4,032 x 3,024. The same lens is used to record high-definition 1,920 x 1,080 pixel resolution video at 30 fps. Photos and videos are stored as JPEG’s and AVI’s, respectively, on a built-in 8GB flash memory, where they can later be downloaded to a computer running Windows 8, 7, Vista, or XP using the included USB cable.

In addition to working as a camera and video recorder, the watch also tells time, with a splash-resistant stainless steel case, precise Citizen quartz movement for accurate timekeeping, and scratch-resistant crystal to protect the face.

A 2-hour charge using the included AC adapter lets the rechargeable lithium battery provide up to 50 minutes of recording time in darkness or up to 90 minutes in daylight since the LED’s don’t have to be used.

SecuVox Lenzburg HD Night Vision Camera Watch

  • The adjustable 1″-wide supple cowhide leather band fits wrists 5″ to 8 1/2″.
  • 1.73″ Diam. x .66″ D. (6 oz.)

The Night Vision Camera Watch is available for $199.95 at Hammacher Schlemmer. You can also find it Amazon.com for $143.71 and at Newegg.com for $149.95.

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Marty Shaw

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Marty Shaw is a Texas-based writer, who is addicted to geeky gadgets and all things Doctor Who-related. When he's not trying to figure out a creative way to hitch a ride in the TARDIS, he imagines what it would be like to live through a zombie apocalypse as an uncool version of Daryl Dixon.

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