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Northland Security MII Flashcam


MII FlashcamThe MII Flashcam is not only for seeking out baddies in the dark. It has a video camera system with night vision and audio recording. The 17-inch cam, made of aircraft aluminum with a polycarbonate lens, is waterproof and will record up to 2 hours of video with audio. The Flashcam has 1GB storage and a 1.5-inch TFT screen for display, unless you want to save it to check it out on PC at CONTROL headquarters. Discreetly contact Northland Security for pricing details.


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WOW, this is really cool for diving and with TFT screen, it’s like a handy cam with powerful light.

This would be cool if you were filming a firt-person horror film!  Just think, it is dark and it looks like a light is coming from the person which makes it slightly more realistic.  Though on second thought the video quality would probably not be that good.

Perhaps the next time there is a power outage during the night,  I can get everything on video with this flashlight.  I like the fact that it’s waterproof and you can go underwater and record whatever you see down there, and capture the audio as well.  It’s better to use this flashlight camera rather than purchasing a cheap Kodak waterproof camera the next time you go underwater.

Just what the world needs, More surveillance cameras. Needs wi-fi so that you can stream live in case you manage to film an event and they try and take away your camera. At least some if it would make it to the local news.

now i can see this coming into good use, such as a police officer checking into someones car at night after pulling them over. im suprised i havent heard of anyone else making this before, but hey maybe someday an officer will be using it on us! =D

Wow. I would use this flashlight a lot. I would be uploading a crazy amount of videos with this camera. 5/5. Sounds neat and creative. Sensitive kids need this.


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