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This auto camera kit comprises a camera and recorder and is ideal for any private detective and private investigator to hide in a vehicle, requiring only a 12 volt battery and a SD card. One more crucial feature of the device for private detectives and private investigators is that the advanced electronics allow it to capture high resolution colour images even in extremely low light conditions to ensure that covert surveillance could be carried out without having the use of any other external light source. Various lens may be used depending on the given circumstance in an investigation.

The compact audio and video recorder is ideal for use in or to record from a car, which private detectives and private investigators often have to do, and will record from motion detection or if scheduled to do so. As a compact device it has several utilizes to a private detective plus a private investigator as it may be used in many diverse surveillance situations from personal to corporate.

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    The city of Wolverhampton is located in the West Midlands and was founded in 985. At the beginning it was a market town known for the woollen trade, but today it is best known for engineering. Apart from the iron, and manufacturing industries, it boasts a green belt, Grand Theatre located on Lichfield Street, Wolverhampton Central Library (which is a Grade II listed building) and it is also home to the University of Wolverhampton.

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