The Nokia Observation Camera can be programmed to take images automatically at a designated time interval and send them as MMS’s to your – or to others’ – mobile phone or e-mail addresses. It can also capture and send images when triggered by a motion sensor, you can select to receive as many as three motion-detected images in one MMS message, depending on which image resolution mode you select. By initiating a voice call the Observation Camera’s authorized users can hear voices and other sounds in the vicinity of the camera.
Nokia Observation Camera
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