I have received the MOCMYKON 1080p Mini Camera in exchange for a review.

And it is truly Mini, I am always amazed at how tech is progressing and to fit everything that this camera has into such a small end product, is fascinating.

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The MOCMYKON 1080p Mini Camera costs £32.99 on Amazon with free Prime Next Day delivery and currently there is a 5% off voucher offer.

It comes with a stand/holder that can be attached via the sticky pad to a wall or furniture & the camera attaches to the stand by magnet. You also get a metal disc with adhesive attached to allow you to stick the camera flat onto a non-metallic surface.

It also comes with a 32gb Micro SD Card (supports up to 128gb) and you also get a USB charging lead.

It records video at 30 frames per second at a resolution of 1920 X 1080P via the 150° Wide-Angle lens, and it has infrared night vision with 6 built in infrared lights.

It records video on a loop, and you can view a live image and sound on your phone via the V380 Pro app, there is a slight lag on the video, but that is to be expected.

There is also the option to purchase a subscription to the cloud storage service via the app!

Connection is via Wi-Fi and you can view the camera whilst you are out, and it also has a built-in alarm that allows you to deselect areas in the field of view that may trigger a false alarm such as plants outside a window that may blow in the wind.

The night vision is acceptable but only reaches to a tad over 16 feet but that is useable in most rooms.

It has a 240mah battery and this only enables the camera to operate for 100 minutes on battery, so that really is only any use if you are not out for too long!

However, it can be run via USB and a long USB lead can be picked up relatively cheaply now and for this camera to be used properly, it would need to be USB powered.

In the video review at the beginning of this post, I have included some footage from the camera and the quality is surprisingly very good for a camera of this size and price.

I think this is a cool bit of kit, I am not sure if I would personally purchase one, but I can see why people would.

By Zechariah Richardson

Over 50, disabled, husband, father and gramps who reviews products and writes blog posts about his life, beekeeping, gardening and whatever pops into his brain!

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