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3.5m Mini Endoscope (Inspection Camera) for PC, Laptop, Android or Tablet (OTG), Currently on Offer 3.05

Comes with USB Lead, Dim able LED Lights, 45 Degree Mirror, Magnet and Hook, currently on offer at Gearbest, Free Shipping from China.

Could be handy for the Car Tool Kit, or in the Trade drilling holes behind Panels, Brick etc, lots of uses, just dont blame me if you get stuck up your Jacksie or something.   ;D

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Gearbest here - https://www.gearbest.com/microscopes-endoscope/pp_229387.html?wid=21&utm_source=tt_de

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Re: 3.5m Mini Endoscope (Inspection Camera) PC, Laptop, Android Phone 3
« Reply #1 on: 12 November 2017, 17:10:48 »

I've had one for a while, and it has issues. Picture quality is poor, and it kills the devices battery.


But for 3, those are trivial considering the grief it could save.
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Re: 3.5m Mini Endoscope (Inspection Camera) PC, Laptop, Android Phone 3
« Reply #2 on: 12 November 2017, 20:35:42 »

I bought one of the aldi ones they had for sale a little while back which has the monitor in the handset. and it seems ok at the moment but I suppose time will tell whether it lasts.
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Re: 3.5m Mini Endoscope (Inspection Camera) PC, Laptop, Android Phone 3
« Reply #3 on: 12 November 2017, 20:54:02 »

I bought one of the aldi ones they had for sale a little while back which has the monitor in the handset. and it seems ok at the moment but I suppose time will tell whether it lasts.


I have one of those too(although I bought it from Rally Design); we use it all the time at work for inspecting inside wings and other inaccessible places. That was 40, and has paid for itself really quickly. I would now spend the extra, and buy one that records images to a memory card.
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Re: 3.5m Mini Endoscope (Inspection Camera) PC, Laptop, Android Phone 3
« Reply #4 on: 12 November 2017, 20:59:39 »

I've had one for a while, and it has issues. Picture quality is poor, and it kills the devices battery.


But for 3, those are trivial considering the grief it could save.

Exactly, you'd struggle to buy a Pint for that price  ;)

By the way Nick, probably find the Battery drain on the Phone is down to the App not shut down correctly, so just manually close the App in your App Settings etc.  :y
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Re: 3.5m Mini Endoscope (Inspection Camera) PC, Laptop, Android Phone 3
« Reply #5 on: 12 November 2017, 21:04:32 »

I've had one for a while, and it has issues. Picture quality is poor, and it kills the devices battery.


But for 3, those are trivial considering the grief it could save.

Exactly, you'd struggle to buy a Pint for that price  ;)

By the way Nick, probably find the Battery drain on the Phone is down to the App not shut down correctly, so just manually close the App in your App Settings etc.  :y


I do that when I've finished with it, but if it's actually on for more than a few minutes(which it tends to be when you actually use it for a job rather than checking how much dust is under the bed) the battery charge drops really quickly.
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Re: 3.5m Mini Endoscope (Inspection Camera) PC, Laptop, Android Phone 3
« Reply #6 on: 13 November 2017, 08:35:28 »

For the money, obviously I wouldn't expect miracles, but it may prove a simple, useful addition for something that you will use quite infrequently.

I too have the Lidl one, which I think is pretty good.  It has LEDs in the end, so it can illuminate dark places, and head small enough to go almost anywhere.  Actually, I'm on my second one, as the first one didn't survive the explosion...  ...or if it did, I haven't found it yet.
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Re: 3.5m Mini Endoscope (Inspection Camera) PC, Laptop, Android Phone 3
« Reply #7 on: 14 November 2017, 13:42:58 »

I bought one of the aldi ones they had for sale a little while back which has the monitor in the handset. and it seems ok at the moment but I suppose time will tell whether it lasts.
it will have a 3yr guarantee.  :y
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Re: 3.5m Mini Endoscope (Inspection Camera) PC, Laptop, Android Phone 3
« Reply #8 on: 14 November 2017, 21:26:35 »

I bought a cheap Chinese endoscope USB thingy from ebay when I thought I dropped something in an inlet port on my 530d.

For the sake of about 5 quid, I was thrilled with it. It obviously wasn't crystal clear, but good enough for what I needed, and has come in useful several times since :y
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