The upgraded version of the wireless camera that lets your phone see anywhere is only $30 today

Maren Estrada

You know the crazy wireless camera our readers love that lets any iPhone or Android phone see where no normal smartphone can? Well the upgraded version is on sale today on Amazon at its lowest price yet. The Depstech 1200P Semi-rigid Wireless Borescope Inspection Camera is new and improved compared to the original model, and get this: it has a crazy-long 33-foot length! Use the coupon code OCNRZTAY at checkout and you’ll only pay $29.99.

Depstech 1200P Semi-rigid Wireless Endoscope, 2.0 MP HD WiFi Borescope Inspection Camera,16 inc…: $29.99 (use code OCNRZTAY)

Here’s more info from the product page:

  • WiFi Connection, High Compatibility: Via WiFi from endoscope WiFi box, this unit can work with Android 2.3+devices & iOS 6.0+, breaking through different plugs limits.
  • CamTele & Premium Camera Chip: Depstech’s newest Camtele technology, enhanced camera lens, focal distance enlarges to 16’ in from 1’ in, with smoother 30 fps refresh rate.
  • 1600x1200P Resolution, HD Image & Live Feed Video Display: This snake inspection camera shoots further & clearer pics and videos in hard-to-reach places. Saved to your phone after connecting the Depstech app to your phone gallery.
  • 2200 mAh Batteries, Longer Working Time: lager than 2000 mAh capacity, Depstech endoscope can work up to 5H after fully charged, unlike those camera only working a few minutes.
  • Semi-ridged Cable, IP67 Waterproof & 6 Adjustable LED Lights: Flexible cable bends and holds its shape to access confined place, such as curved holes. Dark & wet areas will be easy to observe due to waterproof and blue LED tech

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