Spy Camera AOBO Mini 720P Wireless Nanny Cam

Spy Camera AOBO Mini 720P Wireless Nanny Cam

AOBO has one of the best wireless nanny cams on the market today. Its Mini Wireless Nanny Cam records 720P video is viewable on any device over a Wi-Fi connection. The AOBO Mini Cam is the world’s smallest high-definition camera that’s perfect when you need a hidden cam to record videos.

 

It is portable and can record what happens at any given moment. You can use the camera as a smartphone baby monitor, part of your home or business security system, or an elderly parent or pet monitor.

 

Features of the Wireless Nanny Cam

 

The AOBO Mini 720P Wireless Nanny Cam comes with eight different lens styles that you can easily replace when needed. The camera lenses come in a button cap style that makes them easy to carry.

 

The camera is also easy to set up by using QR codes. All you need to do is to download the app on your smartphone and follow the instructions. You can pair the camera with your smartphone in less than a minute by allowing the camera to scan the QR code generated by the app. It will connect the camera to the smartphone via your Wi-Fi network.

 

The AOBO camera comes with a 350mAh rechargeable lithium-ion battery that has an operating time of 80 minutes. It is the perfect camera in places with no power supply. You can use the camera even when it is charging through its USB port. You can connect it to an outlet or a power bank. It also has a built-in motion detector that will alert you when there are any movements in the area.    

 

The AOBO Spy Camera package comes with the camera, charging cable, card reader, and eight button styles.  


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