3-in-1 Mouse Head Shaped MP3

US $16.99

Min. Order:1 pc
Keywords: MP3 Player Spy Came
Origin:Made In China
Brand:3-in-1 Mouse Head Shaped MP3 Player Spy Digital Ca

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Company Information

Company Nameshenzhen keenpower electronic limited
Country/Region:Guang Dong - China
Business Nature:Manufacturer
Contact:Fiona Wusales
Phone:18927487906
Last Online:22 Nov, 2017
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Product Description

Highlights
Cute mouse head shaped MP3 player with spy camera
3-in-1 functions: listen to music, take picture and record video
Adopts CMOS image sensor and pin-hole lense hides in Mouse head
Suitable for hidden record and monitor
Built-in 0GB memory and supports TF card up to 16GB
USB jack for high speed data transferring
Easy to connect to PC and playback video on the computer
Specification
1/6 CMOS image sensor: 200,000 pixels
Picture Format: JPEG
Picture Resolution: 1600 x 1200
Video Format: AVI
Video Resolution: 640 x 480
Support music format: MP3
Supporting System: Windows Me/ 2000/ VISTA/ XP/ 7
USB jack: Yes, for data transferring and charging
3.5mm earphones jack: Yes
Storage Capability: Built-in 0GB memory and supports TF card & expandable to max 16G(Micro SD/T-Flash card Not included)
Battery Type: Built-in high capacity lithium battery
Color: Blue as shown in the picture
Dimension: 45 x 30 x 40mm/ 1.77 x 1.18 x 1.57in (L x W x H)
Net Weight: 13g/ 0.46oz
Detail
 

What's in the box?
1 x Mouse MP3 Player DV(Micro SD/T-Flash card Not included)
1 x Earphones
1 x USB cable
1 x User manual
How Does a Pinhole Camera Work?
Pinhole cameras are the one of the simplest and oldest types of cameras. In a pinhole camera, light passes through a light-proof container through a tiny hole. The light streams through the box and projects an image on the back of the box's interior, to which a piece of film has been affixed. An image then develops on the face of the film much in the same way that it does in a typical 35mm film camera. It is possible to purchase pinhole cameras, but most users choose to make their own. Pinhole cameras can easily be made from common household objects
Because pinhole cameras have no focusing apparatus, the size, shape and distance of the hole from the film are important. Smaller holes will result in sharper images, and larger holes will create more diffuse images. However, the size of the hole also determines the amount of light exposure necessary to develop the image: smaller holes will require longer exposures, and larger ones will require shorter exposures
In order to determine the proper diameter of the hole, the distance from the hole to the film at the back of the camera must first be measured. This distance is called the focal length. A mathematical formula can then be used to determine the size of the hole. One common formula used states that the diameter of the hole (d) = 0.0073 multiplied by the square root of the focal length (f)
Whereas most modern film cameras have an exposure time of a fraction of a second, the exposure time for pinhole cameras is much longer by comparison and can range from a few seconds to a few hours depending on the desired effect. Exposing the hole for a few seconds will produce a still image if the scene was posed and none of the objects in the field moved
Warning
Do not to use this product for any illegal purpose, otherwise you may be subject to prosecutions under applicable laws
You should be aware that we are obliged to provide the information in connection with your purchase of this product to relevant administrative and judicial authorities at their request
 

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