How do you like it? My dog Buddy took this picture with his new Pets
Eye View Camera by Uncle Milton. It's a new digital camera Buddy got for
Christmas... a bit early, from his Grandma. I lent it to my cat for a
few hours, but the photos she took of her gopher remains are really disgusting.
You know this is a pretty good idea, the Pets Eye View Camera, especially if you really don't know what your pet is doing when you're not around, and if you really care what he's seeing. Uncle Milton put just about everything he could in this five-ounce camera: an internal memory that stores 35 photos, a rechargeable lithium battery, and an LED power indicator, all encased by water resistant ABS plastic .
The way the camera works is, just in case your pet can't snap his own pix, you program the camera to take pictures every 1, 5, or 15 minutes until the camera can't hold any more. The pix can be uploaded to your computer and you can print 4" by 6" photos in fairly high resolution.
The Pets Eye View Camera would be great for a family of more than one pet... say a dog, cat, rabbit, horse, ferret, maybe even a large bird. It would be interesting to view their surroundings from each of their perspectives -- provided they are engaged in something besides a nap, that is.
This possibly enlightening Pets Eye View Camera is available from Amazon.com for $37.25.
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