Bush Baby Do-It-Yourself 1080P WIFI Battery Nanny Camera
Are you looking to build your own camera? This complete kit has everything you need to get started. Simply choose the item or spot you want to place your camera and you can be streaming live footage within minutes!
Bush Baby Do-It-Yourself 1080P WIFI Battery Nanny Camera Features and Benefits:
- View and Record Live streaming on Android or iOS smartphones
- Loop recording: Automatically overwrites the oldest video segment, ensuring that the camera is always recording!
- Record on to Micro SD Card (30 minutes per 1GB)
- Motion Detection Alerts. The camera can be set to send you motion detection activity alerts through the free downloadable app on your phone. Never worry about using up all of your memory space or missing anything important: any motion within 25-30 feet will set off the motion detector and notify you, at which point you can choose whether to start or stop recording remotely, all through the app.
- Remote viewing of pictures, video, and live camera feed
- 3D Printed insert keeps all the internals in place
- Video Resolution: 1080P, 720P, 480P
- Recording Modes: Continuous video and motion detection
- Viewing Angle: 90°
- Storage: External MicroSD Card up to 128GB (Class 10)
- Power Supply: 5000 mAh battery or AC Power
- Battery life: 10 hours
- Kit Dimensions: 2" x 2" x 0.5"
- Battery Dimensions: 3" x 2" x 0.5"
- 1 x WiFi DIY Kit
- 1 x 16GB MicroSD Card
- 1 x MicroSD Card Reader
- 1 x Instruction Booklet
- 1 x 10-hour battery
- 1 x AC Adapter
- 1 x Micro USB cable
- Windows XP and up
- Mac OSX
- Android 5.0 and up
- DIY Kits are built to order so please allow an extra 24-48 hours for shipping and processing times.
- This device will only connect to 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi Networks.
- We are unable to guarantee Wi-Fi connection will work with all routers. Although most networks are compatible, certain routers enact stricter security measures that may block remote connections to the camera. Some examples likely to experience these issues are hotels/motels, corporate networks, 4g hotspots, open wifi networks like Starbucks, etc.