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Chinbuye Launches Modern Camera Watches with Improved Features

A multipurpose camera wrist watch had its origin long back from Japan in 1939. Its small size and hidden nature help spies a lot. The hidden cameras in this spy watch could take only black and white pictures.

An infrared sensor equipped with a cable is used to transfer the images to the computer in the previous versions of wrist watch cameras. The cable used is fabricated with an infrared sensor and a serial connector at the ends. While transferring pictures from camera to computer, the sensor has to be placed in close proximity with the watch. The images were of poor resolution and quality and used only for taking spontaneous pictures. In addition to the storage capacity of 80¡V100 images, these watches are comprised of options for stopwatch, alarm and calendar.

The pinhole camera watches are available in an attractive black color, and it features a memory of 4GB, resolution of 640ƒn„e 480 pixels with video option in AVI format. This unique camera is unaffected by water and is concealed behind some digits. Pictures are of high clarity, are stored in JPG format, and can be transferred easily and conveniently using USB cable. It works well on wide ranges of humidity and temperature and the polymer battery made of lithium provides great support.


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