USB Inspection Camera for Android PC

An endoscope is something that nearly everyone can use. Because these inspection cameras see into the tightest places, they can help you with nearly any job.

How It Works
This endoscope camera attaches to the USB connector in your Android phone or Windows-based system. Once you do that, you simply feed this 6.5-foot long snake camera into the confined space that you need to see. Whatever is at the end of the drain, hole, or narrow crevasse gets displayed on your phone or computer screen. If the space is dark, this inspection camera has six LED lights with adjustable brightness to help see. It’s waterproof too.

This endoscope camera is perfectly suited for many jobs, including:

  • Plumbing
  • Electrical
  • Automotive
  • Building trades
  • Pest control
  • And many more

Good for Fishing, Too!
Believe it or not, the endoscope camera we carry can be great for fishing. Think about it. The camera and its cord are waterproof, so a fisherman could drop this inspection camera into the water to see what might be lurking under the dock or boat. Sure, there are fish finders and even fish cameras, but these devices are costly and can be a bit complicated to use. And if you lose them beneath the waves, you can kiss that money goodbye. This endoscope is affordable, easy to use, and not likely to slip from your hands. (The cord is nearly seven feet long!) For a long-time fisherman such as myself, the perfect fish cam is this endoscope.

One More Thing…
The endoscope camera we carry makes seeing into tight spaces a breeze. All you have to do is attach this device to your phone then go to work. Think of all the jobs you’ll be able to do once you have access to places you’ve never seen before. Best of all, we’re offering this convenient borescope camera at a price that’s within anyone’s budget. Are you ready to go where no eyeball has gone before? Get this USB inspection camera for Android today!

About the Author

Jake Buckler
Jake Buckler is a cord-cutter, consumer electronics geek, and Celtic folk music fan. Those qualities, and his writing experience, helped him land a copywriting gig at Signal Group, LLC. He also contributes to The Solid Signal Blog.