Ok so this is only a camera you are getting at this point, it doesn’t record or come with a NVR. You need to hook it up to a computer screen for live streaming. It has got 18 led’s built in and claims to be able to record at 65 feet. A bold claim indeed especially at night. But it is one that is backed up by the countless owners that says this little camera works a treat at night. It is small and unobtrusive and doesn’t look like a camera, so it’s ideal for situations where you want it to be discreet and unnoticed. It does emit a slight glow when it detects motion, but due to it’s sape it could be considered a motion detector for an alarm and not a surveillance camera.
The lens measure 3.7mm which gives it quite a large wide angle field of view. Good for small enclosed spaces and rooms as well as larger areas. Compared to most pinhole cameras the GWSF9 wins on picture quality alone thanks to the 1/3 in CCD image sensor by Sony. Colors are great as well and whilst picture quality at night can’t be compared to a high end system, some owners who have Swann systems say the picture is as good. Remarkable for such a small lens.