LawMate Covert Surveillance Sunglasses – DVR296
LawMate has reintroduced Covert Surveillance Sunglasses to the market. The DVR296 has been designed with a practically invisible camera lens set in a modern black frame and tinted glass with the ability to record high definition color 720p video footage. The built-in rechargeable battery is equipped to continuously record for about 70 minutes in between charges. These glasses are the perfect outdoor wearable technology for in-the-field operations.
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Outdoor body worn surveillance has never been easier. These hidden camera sunglasses are an excellent investigative tool and provide extreme secrecy with one touch video recording.
720p HD Color Video Footage
Invisible Camera Lens on Frame
One Button Design
Vibration Alert: On-Recording/Power off/ Low Battery
Time & Date Stamp
Charging LED Indicators
LawMate Product #PV-EG20DL
These LawMate Covert Surveillance Sunglasses are extremely user friendly. Get the device operational by plugging in the mini USB into the glasses’ USB Port then plug the other end into a power source. Once green LED light has turned off the device will be fully charged. While your glasses are charging, format the memory card on a computer, set the date and time stamp by creating a text file and saving it into the root directory. After fully charged, insert the included micro memory card into the slot with your hand (use the provided tweezers to remove.) Power on and automatically begin recording with one long touch on the side of the glasses. A long vibration indicates the recording has started. Power off by the same button, two short vibrations will indicate the device is powered off. If the LawMate Covert Sunglasses doesn’t have a memory card, it will vibrate 20 times and power off. If memory card is full, it will vibrate 5 times and power off. When the memory card becomes full the LawMate Covert Sunglasses will shut down by itself. When the battery is low it will vibrate 3 times. Download data by connecting the glasses with the mini USB cord to a computer.