Mini Black Box WiFi Covert Spy Camera


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Product Description

The smallest WiFi spy camera in our range! The mini black box spy camera holds a 950mA rechargeable battery, covert camera 180 degree rotation lens, a modem for WiFi functionality, a micro SD card slot for storing the recorded video & images – all this in a tiny black box that fits inside the palm of your hand!


The WiFi functionality means that by installing the free app “Pro iCam” for any android or apple device you are able to view live footage from the covert camera from wherever you may be.  Not only that but you can also control the camera from a touch of your mobile phone or tablet screen from within the app.  Set motion detection recording, motion alerts, start & stop recording, take a photo, rotate the lens up left & right 180 degrees to see different parts of the room and quite a lot more too!

The WiFi is also extremely easy to set up and we supply our own instructions for this, so you don’t have to rely on the manufacturers booklet.

Rechargeable Battery

The mini black box covert camera holds a 950mA rechargeable battery capable of giving you up to 3 hours of running time.  The more you check in and use the rotating lens etc the faster the battery run down but you can also power the camera from a USB port or the mains power adaptor supplied should you need a longer running time.  Then, if it’s being used in a covert surveillance application, you would just need to decide how best to make it look inconspicuous.

Mains Power or Battery

You can choose to power the spy camera from the internal battery or continuously via USB port or mains power (all necessary accessories are supplied).

Smallest Spy Camera 

The Mini Black Box Spy Camera is the smallest in our range and one of the smallest we have seen, certainly considering the features it has.  Dimensions are just 8cm x 4cm x 3cm so it’s perfect to just leave sitting among some books on a shelf for example.

Rotating Lens

The lens rotates up to 180 degrees, controlled by slowly swiping across the live camera view within the app on your mobile phone or tablet.  The lens has a 90 degree angle of view but the rotation feature allows you to see a much larger area within the room or office that the covert camera is located.

HD Video Recording to Micro SD Card

The mini black box covert camera can record colour video at 1080P resolution.   The surveillance camera uses H.264 video compression and all footage is stored on a micro SD card.  The slot for the micro SD card is behind a small hatch on the back of the camera (along with the mini USB port for charging, a reset button and the ON/OFF switch).  The camera is not supplied with a micro SD card (holds a maximum of 128G) but you can purchase one from us if you don’t already have one.  For our Micro SD Card range please click here.

Supplied with..

USB Cable (for charging via USB port),  a UK 3 Pin Power Adaptor (can be used with the USB cable to charge from the mains or for powering the camera), Manufacturers Instructions, Our Own Instructions, 2 Different Back Cover Doors (one solid cover and the other with a mini USB sized hole so that you can power the camera continuously if you wish – via USB port or mains power).


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Mini Wi-Fi Black Box Camera – Instructions & Set Up


Ensure the internal battery is charged – a full charge from a completely drained battery can take around 6-8 hours.

Alternatively you can power the camera from a main power outlet using the power adaptor and USB connection cable supplied.

Ensure you have the camera on/off switch set to the OFF position when charging the battery. A red light will show whilst charging and go out once fully charged.

Micro SD Card for Recording

Insert a micro SD card (128G max) into the slot behind the hatch at the back of the camera if you wish to record the video footage.
If you only want to be able to connect and view live footage via WiFi then you don’t have to have a Micro SD card inserted.

Wi-Fi Set Up

Switch the ON/OFF switch to the ON position.

Install the free app to your phone or tablet – Pro iCam – from either the app store (for apple devices) or the play store (for android devices).

Now tap the + sign in the top right corner to add a camera.

Enter the UID (Unique ID) manually or tap QR Code and scan the code if your phone has the facility to scan (this is the easiest option), the QR code to scan will be detailed on a label on the camera itself.

The QR code to scan is the one on the camera itself, not the code on the product box.

Scanning is by far the easiest way to link your phone and the camera.

If you are entering the UID manually (not scanning the QR code) then it must be entered exactly as it is on the label otherwise a connection will not be made. Any O you see in the UID is a zero, not the letter O.

The default password is shown in the manufacturers manual (it’s usually 8888 and you will be asked to change the password immediately after connecting).

Now go to the Wi-Fi Settings on your phone/tablet and find the camera UID in the router list (may take a couple of minutes to show in the list) and connect.

You can now go back to the Pro iCam app and after 3-4 minutes the message beneath the camera name should show as “Online”. Tap to view.

Then tap the Cog icon to the right of the camera name to enter the menu.

Tap “Device Settings” and then “Wi-Fi Config”.

Find your router in the list and you will then be prompted to enter your router password.

Once you have done this the camera will then reboot (again, this may take 3-4 minutes) before showing as “Online” again.

You can now connect and watch live video when you’re out at the coffee shop, supermarket, office or even when you’re on holiday.

Important Note:

Remember, the quality/speed/smoothness of the video will be dependent upon the internet connection your mobile device is able to pick up and also the speed of the connection at the camera location. It also depends upon the resolution you have set, the higher the quality the more bandwidth required etc.