Your Pet's Point of View With Digital Collar Cameras

Your Pet's Point of View With Digital Collar Cameras

Joel Pirela
Apr 27, 2011

Having a hard day at work? Could you imagine what your pet is doing? We're not talking about a surveillance camera system, but more about getting down to your pet's point of view. These pet digital cameras record many hours of entertainment...well, if your pet is very active, or else many hours of staring at the sofa. Either way, it will help you understand how hard a pet's life could be.

Uncle Milton Pet's Eye View Camera
It's a lightweight digital camera that attaches to your furry friend's collar, and takes photos at timed intervals of five, ten or fifteen minutes. You'll be able to see just what they've been getting up to, from the mundane (eating, sleeping) to the bizarre (sniffing the cat's particulars, chasing flies across the kitchen). The internal memory card can store up to 40 snaps that you can download directly to your computer to create an awesome album!

Wonderful Shot by TokyoMango
This camera is meant to hang from a pet's collar, so that the owner can basically see through the eyes of their pet. We like that it has two settings: it can either take a photo when a button is pressed on a remote control, or take photos periodically so that the owner can see what their pet has been up to. Takara Tomy, the maker of the dog camera, has also set up a site for sharing the pictures that your pet has taken.

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