Neva Tech Wi-Fi HD Waterproof Endoscopic Camera Review
By iDrop News Staff
March 2, 2018
Updated: March 2, 2018 12:18 PM Price: $39.99
Editor’s Rating: ★★★★★
Pros: Sharp resolution, waterproof design, generous cable length, versatile attachments.
Cons: Relatively short battery life if users plan to use on long outdoor projects.
Bottom Line: This camera’s sharp resolution and handy attachments make clearing out drains or finding things in tight places a dream.
When most of us think of endoscopic cameras, we picture those long, dangly devices doctors use to peek inside of their patients. As it turns out, these cameras are good for more than just probing around the human body—and you don’t need a medical degree to use one.
Consider all the times you needed to fish something out from behind the fridge or unclog a stuck drain. Sure, you might have some success with a flashlight and a creatively bent clothes hanger, but if you want to get the job done, you have to go to where your work is. And, short of shrinking yourself down to molecular size, nothing can match the precision and clarity offered by an endoscopic camera…
AFC COMMENT: I’d buy this just to play with it – if I had the extra 40$. If I can find a vacant electrical outlet in my apartment to keep it charged all the time where I could easily access it, maybe I’ll consider it.
It would be helpful if the seller suggested other uses for the camera beyond trying to locate small dropped articles in small spaces. It seems to function more like a flashlight than a camera. Who needs a picture of the item you dropped and found with this device?
I want to see a video of how it actually takes a picture, the quality and to where and how the photo transfers. More importantly will my phone recognize it without adding a special APP to use it?
This article review, although lengthy and precise in most ways, doesn’t tell enough about the product if I still have basic questions.
My bottom line: I won’t shell out 40$ on a whim of maybe I’ll find a photo shoot use for it.
If someone sent me one I’d experiment with other uses.
The original article was written and updated on 2 March 2018. It just showed up in my email on 10 April 2019. What took so long? I’m not a mind reader. If you want me to experiment with it, you have to properly ask. Don’t just shove it at me, hoping I’ll see it and buy it and help you sell it. That’s an insult.