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Car Alarm Remote Keychain DVR Camera

2.7 out of 5 stars 433 customer reviews
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  • SPY CAMERA
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Product Description

Size: old version | Color: Black-808

SPY CAMERA

Product Information

Size:old version  |  Color:Black-808
Product Dimensions 2 x 1.2 x 0.4 inches
Item Weight 2.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B004W86GQS
Item model number LLX
Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
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2.7 out of 5 stars 433 customer reviews

2.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #549 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
#29 in Camera & Photo > Surveillance Cameras > Hidden Cameras
#338 in Electronics > Security & Surveillance

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By Allen E. Silky on February 7, 2013
Size: old versionColor: Black-808
I want to start with why I bought this...

I wanted a very small, very light, and very cheap, video camera to attach to my small RC Helicopers, Planes, and Rockets.

I did some research and found that most suppiers ended up with the same basic PCB and components, so I searched out the lowest price. I found these for $4.99 and figured that was pretty good.

Having read reviews about units not completely working, I was fine with that - given the price...

I bought 4, figuring that at 4.99, if I got a couple that worked I would be fine.

They arrived in record time. And, give or take, they all worked!

I will admit that a couple had 'some issues', but at $4.99 for a video/still camera - I have to say, I'm impressed!

Okay, they are nowhere close to a GoPro (my favorate action video camera), but my small helis can't lift a GoPro, so here I am...

Out of the box, one wouldn't hold the memory card, so I chose that one to 'dis-assemble' (remove the keychain split-ring and two (very small) screws and it's open)... The memory card issue was due to the battery pushing down on the card connector. I pulled the battery out (from the double-stick tape) and moved it over, and that resolved the memory card issue.

The sound isn't very good, but I figure that since I'm going to strap these to an RC Plane or Helicopter, the most I would hear is the engine, So I'm fine with not having much sound (but you need to adjust to your usage - if you need good sound, these probably aren't for you!).
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I've just received my keychain camera, targeted at attaching it to my Syma X1 Quad Copter to take videos while I fly it - just for fun. I've played with the camera for about 2 hours, watched instruction videos on youtube, and spent quite a bit of time on the Chuck Lohr web site.

I've uploaded a video I shot of my 3-year-old grandson at open gym today. Sadly the video was downgraded during the upload to Amazon because it simply isn't as good as it is on the original file on my computer. I hoped you could see the quality of the video, color reproduction, sharpness, and light capture capability in this video. The video shows the gym lit about the way it looks with the eyes. The music is coming from a boom-box about 50' away. Most of the tilt in the video is due to the way I was holding it. But I found that laying the camera on a flat surface there is a slight (5%?) built in tilt as well.

As many have said the instructions are very difficult to decipher, but it can be done. I won't try to give instructions on how to use the camera because apparently there are different models and you don't know which one you'll receive. The three cameras look the same but react differently to the two buttons. There is a ton of help on the web site chucklohr dot com.

My camera seems to be a type #11 but with upgraded firmware because it seems to have some of the #16 characteristics. No big deal, as I'm just playing with this cheap toy I'm not looking for the optimal camera.

Clearly mine is a type #11 because the battery wires are soldered onto the board while the #16 has a connector. But rather than a short push of the power button to turn it on, as indicated in the #11 user manual, mine requires a long push (about 3-5 seconds) to turn it on which is a #16 characteristic.
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By wjf on August 18, 2012
Size: old versionColor: Black-808 Verified Purchase
Maybe I just got lucky but this is a #3 - one of the better knock-off, no-brand 808 style Chinese Junk Cameras.

720x480 avi, 30fps, 352.8 kbps audio, SUNPLUS microprocessor. In the world of 808 cameras, these specs make all the difference.

Works and records video, audio and pics better than you might expect from a $10 item.

Again, maybe I just got lucky. Your mileage may vary.
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Size: old versionColor: Black-808 Verified Purchase
The product description for this was pretty much non-existent, so I made no assumptions other than what the product title claims: a photo&video camera that is shaped like a car alarm remote keychain.

There were 2 slips of documentation that shipped with this device. The first was a small legitimate-looking manual with what appears to be Chinese on one side and machine translated English on the other. The second seemed to be a hastily cut and printed slip with more specific instructions in proper English.

There are some discrepancies between the included manuals and my own experiences:
- The proper English manual suggests that it should take 4-5 hours to fully charge the device and once fully charged, the device activity light would either turn off or stay solid (basically stop blinking in either case). I let the device charge for 12+ hours and it remained blinking the entire time.
- The poor English manual claims that the photos would be 1280x960 but they are actually taller (hopefully not upscaled).

The pictures are 1280x1024 JPG with quality of 67/100.

The videos are 720x480 JPEG format @ 30fps & 3802Kbps with PCM format audio @ 16KHz & 256Kbps all inside an AVI container.

Photo & video quality is terrible in low light but good in well-lit environments.
Audio quality is poor and only really useful for conversations within 5ft in my opinion.

I'm hoping that I will get at least 1 month out of this. I will update this review if(when) the device stops working.
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