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VicTsing 2m USB Waterproof Endoscope Borescope Inspection Camera

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Price: $11.49 - $28.99
Product Specifications
Brand Name VicTsing
Part Number VS-C56
UNSPSC Code 41111716

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Product Features

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  • High resolution with 1/6 CMOS camera
  • 4 LED lux luminance lights can work better when the light very dark
  • Can record video, and save the video in the PC

Product Details

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  • ASIN: B00J5EE22O
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (268 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Specification:

* Waterproof Level: IP*67
* Camera head outer diameter: ¦µ 14.5mm ;
* Total length : 2meter;
* Resolution : 640*480 30ftps
* Sensor: 1/6 CMOS Image Sensor
* Pixels: 300k Pixels
* Wide visual view angle£º62¡ã
* LED switch£ºAdjustable lightness switch
* USB2.0 interface
* 4 LEDs, the camera can catch sight in the shoot light environment

Note:

1. XP system can watch video directly without install software, Vista or Win 7 need install software which in the CD.
2. 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)
3. Can record video, and save the video in the PC.

Package included:

*1 x USB Endoscope
*1 x CD
*1 x User Guide


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

88 of 94 people found the following review helpful By Anne on December 5, 2012
Size: 5M Verified Purchase
I'm so happy with this "endoscope" I'm taking the time to pass on some things I found helpful. First off, it worked immediately when I plugged it into my MacBook and launched the "PhotoBooth" app. Didn't work for me in iMovie, ImageCapture, or iPhoto.
*UPDATE 7/29/2014: I hadn't used this scope for a while, and when I tried it today nothing seemed to work at first. Then I recalled having upgraded OSX on my laptops to the now ancient 10.6.8, so I tried it on the old Mini in 10.5.8 and it works fine in Photobooth as before. I guess Apple has "improved" 10.6 (and probably subsequent versions) in some way that makes this camera not work instantly and reliably anymore. After some fiddling it suddenly started working in iChat on the laptops, and while that was open it then also worked in Photobooth. 10.6 seems to like it when you switch the USB port you have the scope plugged into while iChat (and presumably also Photobooth) is open. Maybe there's some "handshake" that has to work when it's first plugged in. Anyway (with the Camera setting on "USB Camera"), try plugging it into one port and waiting ten seconds, then swapping it to another port and waiting. After doing that a few times, the image finally appears for me now when I do that using iChat / Video / VideoPreview. The scope had also stopped working on my Linux netbook, because somehow the Cheese app has disappeared and is no longer accessible via the Software app in Mint Linux. I might try some online searches for other apps, see if the latest version of VLC will work, run some windows app on the Mac in emulation, or just stick with coaxing Photobooth to work on the rare occasions I need the scope.

Surprisingly good image quality. Haven't tried the "RsCap1.
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52 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Michael Dombrowski on August 20, 2012
Size: 5M Verified Purchase
I was replaced rotted wiring in my house by tying a string to the old wiring, pulling it out, then using the string to pull romex(NM) through. I was pulling a particularly dicey section of wiring out when the string got caught on a sharp metal box edge and cut, leaving me with no way to easily run a replacement cable. I tried my usual tricks and came to the conclusion that I would either need to be able to visualise where the previous hole was, or purchase expensive new long flexible bits to drill a new hole in a known location. A quick search turned this up and two days later I had it in my hands.

It worked without issue when plugged into my linux machine. I taped the head to a long piece of coat hanger to be able to steer it in the walls and found the hole I needed. However, the quality was so poor that I could not really see what I needed to do. The problem was that the plastic lens cap causes a lot of distortion and, more importantly, glare, so that the image was very dark and almost unusable. I was able to cut this cap off without issue, and the quality immediately improved to a usable state. It is no longer waterproof, but is usable in walls so I think it was a fair trade. If I need waterproof ability, I'll rig something else up.

Other thoughts: the LEDs are barely bright enough, but usable. The cable is thicker and stiffer than I would like. The head is larger than you would think, and could pose a problem to get into some truly small spaces.

But in all, this worked well and helped me fixed my house wiring. Decent value for the money and a nice addition to the toolbox.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By MightyFavog on April 28, 2014
Size: 5M Verified Purchase
Length: 1:57 Mins
VicTsing 5m USB Waterproof Endoscope Borescope Inspection Camera

Snaking wires blindly through walls can be very frustrating and time consuming. There are numerous endoscope cameras available at varying prices and the reviews seem to contradict. Can it see up close? Do the built in LEDs work? Can it see anything at a distance? For the price, I gave this one a try.

I connected the endoscope to a Windows 7 desktop and copied the enclosed software on the mini CD to my desktop. Start the software...and it worked on the first try!

My laptop is a Dell D630 running Ubuntu 12.04 Linux, so I plugged in the endoscope and downloaded the free Linux app "Cheese." Again, it worked on the first try. Some of the pixilation and freezing is the fault of my converting the video to MP4 (I don't know what I'm doing) since Cheese created a WEBM video file, which Amazon doesn't support.

The video was taken during daytime in my messy garage. The camera is hand-held, so please pardon the jitter. I started out tight on the laptop's keyboard, pulled back, turned slowly around the garage, then lowered the camera into the open end of a TV antenna mast. For the price, I think it did a pretty good job! I am most impressed with the inside of the antenna mast that you see at the end of the video

I have not yet tested it in walls, and have no plans to test it in water. I will follow up as the projects start.
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Menes on July 23, 2012
Size: 5M Verified Purchase
Based on the product description, I was expecting to have to boot into Windows to use this product. I was pleasantly surprised, however, when I plugged it into my Linux box (Ubuntu 12.04 64-bit) and was able to use it without installing any special software or drivers. It works fine with the VLC video client that I use for watching DVDs.

Video quality is mediocre, but more than adequate for looking inside walls while running wires.
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