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The MD-200 MicroDVR from Micro Technology Services, Inc., of Richardson, Texas, offers portable motion-activated covert video surveillance. The color pinhole camera is built into the 31/2-inch-wide unit, along with a monitor, battery, and digital recorder. Using the optional 1 GB RS-MMC card, users can record up to 20 hours of activity. Recorded video can be transferred to a computer via the card or a USB memory stick. The battery can last up to 24 hours in VMD mode or up to 3 days in sound-activation mode. Options include external battery pack, additional covert housings, and a base with up to four camera inputs, composite video out, and a network connection. 711

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Date:Jul 1, 2006
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