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This DAB Radio Camera is a device that each and every private investigator or private detective ought to have as it really is ideal for surveillance in residence or office situations It looks just like a regular DAB radio but conceals a camera behind the speaker grill which even on close inspection cannot be observed. The camera uses 6 x C batteries so can run for numerous hours which is useful to a private investigator or private detective on a lengthy surveillance case.

Both audio and video are transmitted to a receiver which might be plugged into any USB port on a computer as well as the software supplied enables recording directly on to the private investigator’s or private detective’s PC. The evidence can also be viewed remotely through the internet but the private investigator or private detective should be familiar with net working.

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