Imagine you are backpacking through a beautiful landscape and you want to capture everything you see. With NU Sunglasses-MP3-Camera - the New Universe spy sunglasses - you can make instant photos by looking through the eyepieces. These top of the range, lightweight sunglasses with UV400 polarized flip up lens are ideal in situations where you do not have space or time to carry heavy equipment. Think cross-country ski trips, nordic walking, mountain biking or holidays. They can also be used discretely in surveillance/spy operations.
Remote-controlled photo shooting
Anti-scratch polarized flip-up lenses
USB port for upload and recharge
2-hours battery life (shooting 10 photos/minute)
Within a stylish frame, the spy sunglasses incorporate a top quality camera and 1GB flash memory, all neatly hidden away from the naked eye. No one will know your trendy sunglasses are actually a camera!
The camera captures amazing 1.3 megapixels images at a resolution of 1280x1024. Besides taking photos you can also enjoy your favourite music via MP3 playback. The built-in earbuds provide convenient listening and can be hooked out of the way when not in use.The sunglasses are supplied with a RF remote control for easy, instant photo shooting, 2GB built-in flash memory, rechargeable battery (up to 9 hours) and a USB 2.0 interface for data upload, download and recharging.
Spy Sunglasses with built-in camera & MP3 playback
Capacity: Built-in flash memory 2GB
Photo storage: around 20000 photos 2GB
Port: Standard Mini USB port
Battery: 240mAH/3.7V macrmolecule polymer li-ion rechargeable battery
Recharging time: 2 hours for fully charged
Battery life: 2 hours (10 photos/min); 4 hours (5 photos/min); 9 hours (1 photo/min); 6 hours (play music)
Music playtime: WMA format (64Kbps); 32 hours/2GB
Compression level: 32Kbps ~ 320Kbps
S/N ratio: 80dB
Earphone output: 5mW + 5mW
Frequency response: 20Hz ~ 20Khz
Working temperature: -5ºC~+50ºC
Camera sunglasses with UV400 polarized flip up lens
USB extension cable
Installation CD (only needed for WIN98)
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