Get a pet's eye view of the world, like National Geographic scientists do with our Crittercam, featured in PBS's Wild Chronicles. This ultra-compact and extremely durable digital camera clips onto your pet's collar, just like an ID tag. Water-resistant ABS housing keeps it secure while your pet roams, giving you the chance to see what the world looks through their eyes. The internal memory stores up to 40 photos and the timer can be set to take a shot every 1, 5, or 15 minutes. Comes with fun facts about animal eyesight and suggestions for what kinds of animal adventures you might get a sneak peak of. 640 x 480 resolution for 4 x 6" prints.
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD-Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years. Caution: Use only with flat nylon webbing or flat leather belt collars that are at least 3/8” wide. NEVER use product with chain or rolled collars as these create a choking hazard for the animal.
2 1/2"W x 2"H x 1 1/2"D. Two AAA batteries, not included. Collar not included. USB cable included.
Comments about National Geographic Pet's Eye View Camera:
This wasn't a $1K+ camera, so a person knows there will be limitations. Quality was strongly dependent upon lighting and movement, etc., but although many pics don't turn out, many others do. It was very fun using the camera and looking through what it was able to catch. As for construction, the camera has held up well so far, and is easy to use. Perhaps for safety reasons (or in keeping with the ease of clipping it to collars), the unit does come off rather easily, so I would recommend using it somewhat supervised, so that you notice and can find it if it comes off. ... Overall, made a great gift for my daughter.
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Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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