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0.75 X Wide, 80 percent Camcorder Pinhole Lens Adapter
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    Product Description

    Adapter rings - SONY Analog (37mm dia)
    - SONY, Canon Digital (30mm dia.)
    - JVC (27mm dia.)

    The Private Eye (V-PI) pinhole lens is the most cost effective way to handle your surveillance needs without having to pay for a costly installation. By converting a camcorder that has a 27mm, 30mm or 37mm filter thread into a high quality surveillance tool there is no need for a separate recording device and it can be moved anywhere, easily. This special lens gives 0.75X wide viewing through a tiny hole that is about the size of the tip of a ballpoint pen! It can operate inside a bag, a suitcase or behind a curtain, wall or bookcase. The Private eye comes with four adapter rings designed to fit on most modern Sony, Canon, Panasonic and JVC digital and analog cameras.

    If you are looking for a 0.75 X Wide, 80 percent Camcorder Pinhole Lens Adapter, we have it!

    Are you interested in this 0.75 X Wide, 80 percent Camcorder Pinhole Lens Adapter / Accessories but not sure what's required for setup, how it works or you just have a general inquiry? Chat with one of our Accessories Specialists.

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    Q&A: Have a specific question about this product? click here.

    Can you still use the camera zoom feature using V-ZCAM4 pinhole lens adapter?
    Yes, but depending on the camera, some tunnel vision may occur at some point of zooming range.
    How do you record with V-ZCAM4 so that the playback will be normal, not flipped?
    If you place the camcorder upside-down while recording, it'll be up-right when you playback the video.