This might look like a regular LED light bulb, but there’s a 360-degree camera hiding inside
If you’re looking for the perfect place to plug in a home security camera where it’ll be out of the way but will still have a good vantage point to let you monitor your home, just look up. The SDETER Hidden Wireless Security Camera is a wide-angle security camera that’s built right into a real LED light bulb. Simply screw it into any socket and you’ve instantly got a 360-degree view of your room that can be streamed to any iPhone or Android device.
Here are some key details from the product page:
- SUPERIOR 360°WIDE VIEW ANGLE: 360 degree full view angel, no blind area with 960P high resolution, Great choice for your Home and office indoor monitoring
- FAST AND EASY APP SETUP:You will get guidance in every step from our app.Comes with bracket, can be directly installation on the house ceiling. No need to extra installation.(Please Note,The security camera only support 2.4G network.)
- MICRO SD CARD & LIGHT FUNCTION: Live viewing and recording in the Micro SD card(up to 128GB,NOT INCLUDED!) The camera has light with it, the Light can be opened automatically, manually, regularly or closed
- MOTION DETECTION FUNCTION:The alert will be launched to your mobile if any motion is detected,which make your place more safe.
- EFFICIENT AFTER-SALES SERVICE: To create a happy and worry-free shopping environment, is our pursuit.
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