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  • posted bymariokart on 03/16/2015

    qualide boa do protudo, queria utilizar para filmar minha garagem mais fica muito escuro a noite. Pedi o produto errado para isso, mas para o destino original do produto parece ser otimo.

    Impression:Produto tem uma qualidade boa;

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  • posted bykuukkeli on 10/16/2014

    Works fine with win 8.1 laptop. Have not been able to make it function with Android tablet. Instructions for that would be nice.

    Impression:As expected;

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  • posted bybibsfamily on 11/22/2013

    It works under WinXP,7 and win8 with no driver It works also using Mac OSX without driver The light led is strong and the potentiometer is fine The snapshot button is very well placed and handy. It comes in a metal BOX Assembly is good quality The video quality is quite poor after 10cm. Do not a... Read more

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  • posted byspeedfreak1o1 on 07/03/2013

    Makes a video or pix of inside stuff, comes with a nice metalbox. no driver needed as uses def vfw. adjustable led light, only usable in areas that are not black, a bit close focus as shuld. Driver cd, i labled with wormsign... Need to restore windows to resolve what it is doing. Pity its hughe a... Read more

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  • posted byregissandra on 07/01/2013

    Great buy, very easy to use, not need to install any programs on your computer, just an executable video capture, really very practical, has great image definition also is waterproof. For now, received today, I have nothing to contradict, we will see during use if a problem arises. Great price a... Read more

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