Xtreme Life 720P hidden cameras capture video in HD and operate on a 90 day rechargeable battery. Free from wires, Xtreme Life hidden cameras come in a variety of designs and offer the flexibility suited for both indoor and outdoor surveillance. Built-in recording provides portable HD video inside of every Xtreme Life DVR system while selects models are supported by the added benefit of night vision recordings.
1280x720 Effective Pixels
1/3" digital cmos Image Sensor
140° Field of View
NTSC Video System
Operating Temperature 22°F - 158°F
Invisible 940 nm IR's (Night Vision Models only)
1280x720 Recording Resolution
H.264 Video Compression
Up to 64GB memory card capacity (Class XC1) - Confirmed with Toshiba and Samsung EVO
Video Recording Modes PIR Trigger (Similar to Motion)
Adjustable (up to 30 frames/second) Frame Rate
TV or Computer Playback Options
Video Playback AVI.Files
IR Remote Control
Operating temperature 32° F - 122° F
Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
Up to 16 hours Continuous Battery Life
Up to 90 days Standby Battery Life
9-10 hours Battery Charge Time
10,000 mAh Battery Capacity
DC 5V 1000 mA Input/Output
AV Output Cable
8GB SD Card
USB Charging Cable
Here's why Xtreme Life™ is the Best Battery Operated Hidden Camera
All SleuthGear Hidden Cameras are Designed and Manufactured in Nashville, TN. Our Cameras Include KJB's Commitment to Customer Service and Free Technical Support.
Xtreme Life DVR can be set up in 5 simple steps.
It helps to have your TV user's manual nearby since you may need to change video input on the TV used for initial set-up.
1. Take the unit from box and ensure you have received all included items.
|Special Note about PIR (Passive Infrared) Technology:
Each Xtreme Life™ DVR has a built in PIR sensor that detects levels of infrared radiation, the use of which makes the battery life so long. Everything emits some level of radiation. The hotter an object is the more radiation it emits. Changes in radiation levels are considered as motion by the DVR, which will then turn on and begin to record. The PIR sensor requires very little power, so the DVR will be off even though the PIR sensor is still detecting radiation. When the PIR detects a change in radiation, the DVR will turn on and begin to record. The DVR takes approximately 3 seconds to turn on and start recording.