Dual mode color and B&W board camera! This camera automatically switches between a high resolution crystal clear color picture and an extremely low light picture when it gets dark. This is the best board camera we can offer. You will not find another board camera that will be high quality color in daylight and automatically switch to .001 lux black and white in the dark. This is a combination that can't be beat.
The 106CX pinhole camera offers color, high resolution imaging. This color board camera with plug and play ends has a .1 lux color rating because of a special IR filter built into the camera and has a .001 lux B&W rating when it gets dark. Easily transforms into a wireless covert body camera with our wireless option available below.
What is the difference between a flat lens and conical lens? The picture is the same regardless whether you select a flat pinhole lens or conical pinhole lens. The difference lies in the installation. Most people find it easier to install a conical lens in drywall or ceiling tile. The conical lens board requires less of a hole in the surface area of drywall or ceiling tile. By the same token, the flat lens is better when using it in something thin, such as a shirt, blouse or painting. Both cameras only need a very small hole to see. The closer the pinhole lens is to the exterior surface of the material, the wider the field of view will be.
Dimensions: 1 1/8" x 1 1/8" x 3/4"
PAL Format--European Video Format, Not for use in America
Most countries of the world use TV Standards that are incompatible with other countries. For example, a video recording made in the Germany could not be played back on a American standard VCR or shown on the American TV. You can read more about this topic and its solutions on our FAQs page. There are three main world standards and the rest are minor branches of these main systems. The systems are NTSC, PAL, SECAM. The charts below give a description of each standard and the technical variations within them.