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4GB Hidden Colour Spy Pinhole Pen Drive Camcorder USB DVR Cam CCTV Camera with Sound Voice Recording
4GB Hidden Colour Spy Pinhole Pen Drive Camcorder USB DVR Cam CCTV Camera with Sound Voice Recording

24 of 26 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent value for money, 31 Mar. 2009
The pen is supplied in a fairly nice presentation box. Mine needed the reset switch keyed before charging was successful, other than that worked ok. Supplied power supply didn't work but does charge from a PC so no real problem there. The software supplied on the CD was highlighted by my antivirus software as containing a virus (can't remember the exact one) but as this is just the media player it's not too much of an issue. VLC player plays the generated AVI clips okay and (I think) media player will as well providing the H263 video codec is installed. All in all for around £20 it does a fairly good job. Only gripes are that the slightest movement of the pen makes the resulting video so blurry it's useless, but this really isn't down to the actual quality, more the limitations of the principle of use and that the instructions are appalling.

To summarise them -
One press of the button - yellow light on - standby
Another press - blue light on - recording
Another (short) press - yellow light back on - standby
A long press - yellow light goes off - device switched off
Yellow blinking light - charging (goes solid yellow when complete)

Still, it did it's job and helped me catch the co-worker who was stealing from me. Focus is good, pic quality is good, sound not bad, certainly portable and fairly easy to use.

What exactly else do you want for £20 ish?
Comment Comment (1) | Permalink | Most recent comment: Jun 30, 2009 5:03 PM BST


Crackers - The Rockin' Party Album!
Crackers - The Rockin' Party Album!
Price: £8.79

4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Where have the others gone?, 25 Nov. 2007
I have this on vinyl but, whilst I enjoyed the pristine CD quality of my new copy, I was disappointed that 5 tracks on the vinyl LP are missing from the CD. I've got the rest of the tracks on CD but that's not the point. Why re-issue an album and reduce the content. Incidentally, the full 16 tracks WOULD fit on one CD.
Comment Comment (1) | Permalink | Most recent comment: Apr 21, 2008 2:34 PM BST


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