Other than cute betelnut girls, Taiwan is also known for it’s great electronics. SpotCam, founded in 2013, was Taiwan’s hottest startup in the CCTV industry. They are experts in Wi-Fi DVR and NVR surveillance and their cloud based system is one of the best in the world. With SpotCam you can stay connected to your home on any devices. You can receive live alerts and plug in to watch real-time video whenever you are online.
Mass-surveillance Security just got better, thanks to Sharp’s all new LZ0P420A Infrared Color Night-Vision Camera. Unlike conventional infrared cameras, this camera uses its own near-infrared illumination so it doesn’t depend on peripheral light sources at all. This produces 720p clear color video, even in total darkness. You can see who’s stalking you at night in living color, or if you have a beach house you can enjoy the night view from the shore from the comforts of your bed.
Still remember the Chobi mini digital camera from JTT? GeekStuff4U has started selling the waterproof version of this camera. For your info, the Chobi is touted as the world smallest digital camera that is able to record HD video (1280 x 960 @ 30fps). The waterproof Chobi is able to go underwater for up to 20-meter. Measuring 49.5mm × 28mm × 20mm and weighing 23grams, the Chobi mini camera comes with a microSD/ microSDHC slot (up to 16GB model) and a USB 2.0 port. Folks in Japan are able to purchase this tiny camera for 18,800 Yen ($204). [GeekStuff4U via Best Digital Camera]
Thanko today introduced the new USVRGVCA video surveillance webcam. This camera can be turned on automatically if the ambient noise exceeds 65 decibels in order to monitor your car parked in the garage. The webcam is able to record videos at 640 x 480 pixel resolution at 30fps in AVI format. The Thanko USVRGVCA has a 2-megapixel CMOS sensor, a USB 2.0 port, a 200mAh battery that provides up to 80-minute of continuous video recording, a microSD card slot (up to 16GB), a YouTube function and a USB port. Folks in Japan are able to purchase the Thanko USVRGVCA for 8,480 Yen or around $92 a pop. [Akihabara via Best Digital Camera]
The Lomography Spinner Camera is an inexpensive solution to capture 360 degree panoramic photos onto 35mm film. In case you didn’t know, the standard panoramic cameras can only capture up to 120 degree in perspective, while the Spinner camera is capable of capturing a full 360 degree photos. The Lomography Spinner Camera is now available for $116. [Pocket-lint via Best Digital Camera]