For anyone that watches late night Sci-Fi movies and for people that lives alone, a late night knock on the door can be a scary thing. Sure, it’s 2012 and that Zombie Apocalypse is set to kick off any day, but there are other everyday predators lurking out there and it is always better to be safe than sorry.
The Brinno LCD PeepHole Viewer uses digital technology to compensate and correct “fish eye” distortion and low light images, while producing a clear image on the LCD screen with the simple push of the button. Since the Peephole LCD Viewer stays on your door, the person knocking won’t be able to tell when you are viewing them, unlike traditional peepholes that darkening when you look through them.
With the press of a button the digital PeepHole Viewer can change from “Regular” mode, displaying a panoramic view of the outside to “Zoom” mode for a close-up and more detailed look at the guest. Pressing the button in rapid succession will simply toggle back and forth between the two modes. After 10 seconds, the PeepHole Viewer will automatically “go to sleep” for battery conservation.
- Sensor – 1.3 Mega Pixel CMOS
- LCD Screen – 2.5” TFT
- Power Source- 2 AA batteries ( good for approx. 1500 “peeps”)
- Size – (WxHxD) 146 x 90 x 30 mm
- Weight – 160 g (without batteries)
If you like gadgets or you feel like you need a little extra protection, you can choose between two different Brinno LCD PeepHole Viewer models (PeepHole Viewer PHV132512, PeepHole Viewer PHV133012,) with prices starting at $89 at Amazon.com.