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(15m) 45ft USB Cable Waterproof Drain Pipe Pipeline Plumb Inspection Snake LED Video Color Camera

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  • Waterproof wire endoscope , High resolution with 1/6 CMOS camera
  • 4 LED low lux luminance lights can work better when the light very dark
  • XP system can watch video directly without install software, Vista or Win 7 needs install software which in the CD
  • Can take photo (XP system can use itself photo function to take photo or use our software, other system need use our software to take photo)
  • Can record video, and save the video in the PC
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004ADETZ0
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (87 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #641 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 2, 2010

Product Description

Package 1. The wire cam unit x1 weight: 0.3kg 2. Color box x1 size: 17cm*15cm*5cm 3 users manual x1 4. CD x1 A new electronic health and industrial pipeline inspection product, you can use it to examination, ear detection; search and rescue, pipeline inspection, engine inspection, video monitor, sewer inspection; cast mould inwall inspection.

Customer Reviews

You can not see anything, very poor picture.
Dennis Rediger
I* tried taping it to a drain snake and that does not work since the snake has to rotate to move down the drain and the cord for the camera twists.
Robert Loeschen
The CD that comes with the device contains software that does NOT work with Windows 7 or 8.
Reliable reviewer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By billy on October 12, 2012
Verified Purchase
I bought the product about a month ago and I used it to look for a problem in my 2 inch service line in the basement.

The camera is fine and I was able to see if the pipe was free draining or was backing up but I had to use a snake with the camera becuase the cable is not ridgid enough to push through the pipe all by itself.

I used small pieces of wire to attach the camera to a 1/4 inch diameter snake and was able to push the camera and snake together just fine.

I twisted on the snake cable which allowed me to rotate the camera head and see the flow line of the pipe as well as the sides and top.

the low cost is what makes this camera worth the purchase.

I didn't want to spend the $500.00 to $600.00 to get a professional grade sewer drain camera.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By plugged1 on November 15, 2012
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I will concur with some of the previous posters that it is "worthwhile" if you find your problem, as a sewer inspection by a licensed plumber can cost upwards of $500. This is pretty cool also, because you attach it to your laptop and get a full screen view, and even record it-just like the pros have. That being said, I got 2 uses out of it before the plastic covering over the camera cracked going around a corner in iron sewer line. It looked all of a sudden it went underwater, and got blurry, but it was still functioning. It still works, and the camera is clearing up 24 hours later as the moisture dissipates, so my intentions are using some clear epoxy around the cracked edge, which is not in front of the camera(the camera is like a tiny dot-like a cell phone camera). The image was clear, and I would`nt see it cracking if used in PVC, but next time I`m going to attach it to fish tape, with about 1/4" of the fish tape sticking out front, in hopes it will take the brunt of any hits instead of the plastic cover. So "worthwhile"? Yes. Heavy duty? No. The cord tends to coil as well, so I would recommend attaching the camera to fish tape or sewer snake anyways.

UPDATE-I let it dry out and the video looks like new again. So it IS 100% waterproof, even without the protective plastic cover. I put a rim of clear epoxy around the cracked edge, and thick around the entire edge to increase strength and it works great. I would not go beyond doing this pre-emptively if used on iron pipe, because as easy as mine cracked, you`re probably going to crack it too. And if it`s over the lens, kiss it goodbye. I was lucky that it was on the edge. I`m going to give it 5 stars, because the value is pretty incredible if your house is prone to plumbing issues like mine is in Texas.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By oldguy in grant on September 30, 2012
Used this camera to inspect underground sewer pipes. Great picture for the price.

Included software was not usable. I found a demo program, AMCap, that works fine. I plan to buy the full version for another project. It can be downloaded at NOELD.COM. I would guess that this software would be excellent for all of the other low-end inspection cameras listed on Amazon.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Adam on January 12, 2014
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We purchased this to inspect our sewer line under the house. Since the cord is flimsy, I attached the camera to a 50' snake with electrical tape every few feet. Our first attempt failed as the camera was sitting in water on the bottom of the line. I took a 16 oz. pepsi bottle and taped the camera to the top of it. This allowed the camera to be out of the water. (The septic line is not angled correctly on the far side of the house, which allows water to stand the first 10' or so).

At first we could not get a good picture no matter how the LED's were adjusted. It's as if the LED's were blinding the camera lens. So, I attached a small LED flashlight (flashlight has 5 LED's) to the snake a few inches behind the camera and turned the LED's off. Immediately we had a good picture. Please note the camera does not film a wide angle; it films exactly where it's pointed. The video is surprisingly good after attaching the small flashlight.

Here's how we got the software working with Vista.

Plug the camera into laptop. The laptop should recognize the camera. Wait for the files to load.
After the files are loaded, insert the CD-Rom and open the file "amcap"
Another box will open. Choose "options" and click "preview" to view without capturing photos or video.
To record video: Click "camera" - "start capture". Click Ok and video will start recording. Click "capture" - "stop capture" to turn video off.
Video will be saved to the file directory as listed at the top of the box.
Find the file and open it. If asked to choose a program to open the file; choose "windows media player". A box will pop up, click yes. You should now be able to view the video after clicking the play button.

Hope this helps...

Adam
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Michael Kalagian on April 21, 2013
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I purchased this to do a drain pipe inspection. Manufacturer claims that it is waterproof and the price seems reasonable right?

WRONG, VERY WRONG !!

From the beginning I noticed that halfway up the 15 meter cord there appears to be a signal booster box that is obviously not waterproof. Pictures on Amazon website DO NOT SHOW this signal booster box. Oh well, maybe I can waterproof it with some baggies, tape , etc.

Let me try out the Plug-and-Play camera to check the image.
Well my HP computer running VISTA will not recognize the device.
My older computer that is running Windows 2000 seems to recognize the device, but it needs the driver software.

The enclosed minidisk that comes with the camera does not contain any drivers, just screen capture software.

So let us summarize:

1. Camera is supposedly waterproof, well maybe it is for first 22 feet, I did not get that far.

2. Camera is supposedly plug-and-play, well actually, is is not, at least for computers running Vista.

3. Mini-disk has no drivers on it at all.

4. Amazon's pictures do not show SUSPECTED non-water proof signal booster box halfway up the cord.

I'm a Mechanical Engineer with a good deal of computer experience and I could not figure this out.

Do yourself a big favor, DO NOT PURCHASE, I WASTED SEVERAL HOURS WITH THIS ITEM. HOPE I CAN RETURN IT NOW.

Amazon, PLEASE actually look at the quality of the items you sell and PLEASE only offer items that are worthy of actually being sold to consumers !!!
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