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This baseball cap camera is an excellent device for any private detective and private investigator to covertly record audio or video activity in an investigation. Private detectives and private investigators often have to blend into a crowd and wearing this baseball cap will guarantee that this can occur as baseball caps are generally worn in any high street or venue.

A private detective or private investigator can wear the baseball cap which contains a CCD camera, using a pinhole lens along with a high gain microphone, to capture high quality sound and images to collate that vital evidence. Even on close inspection the lens aperture is virtually impossible to spot, so generating the camera a brilliant device for private detectives and private investigators to utilize in covert investigations. A narrow cable connects the device to any DVD recorder the private detective or private investigator wishes to use. The camera is powered from a PVR but might be used with most sorts of recorder utilizing fittings provided.

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  • Southend-on-Sea

    Southend-on-Sea is town in the South East of Essex, England and sits 64km East from Central London. Here we have the world's longest leisure pier which is the Southend Pier and is 1.33 miles long. The town which most people refer to as just Southend has a large population of older residents and is home to a significant number of commuting workers who travel to London and other towns for better paying jobs.

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  • Southend-on-Sea

    Here is the A to Z of the Southend-on-Sea Council services and online access. A simple and easy to use platform that gives residents online access to information about their local council and tax obligations, health matters, leisure, housing, jobs, schools and social care. Council payments, applications and reports for services and obligations can all be completed on this website. Upcoming events and news on the region are also posted here.

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  • Visit Southend-on-Sea

    Southend-on-Sea is a seaside town that has all the attractions of the traditional seafront destination and much more. The annual event calendar is packed with exciting events that is complimented by the vibrant night life of the town. However, its not all party in Southend as there is interesting history to be explored along with a deep culture that visitors find interesting. The food scene here is another major attraction.

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  • Adventure Island

    Adventure Island is a play haven on Southend-on-Sea that offers a huge array of entertainment options for all ages. Rides charges are based on height and kids who are under 1.2m is entitled to free ride company which means free rides for guardians and chaperons. Ride bands to Adventure Island are available online and allow a flexible experience where you choose the rides you want to enjoy and the order in which you will take them.

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  • Southend Pier Museum

    The Southend-on-Sea Pier Museum is at the shore end of the Southend Pier which is the world's longest leisure pier. Built over a century ago, the pier is the most prominent feature of Southend and has for more than a century lived up to the words of Sir John Betjeman who said "The Pier is Southend, Southend is the Pier." The Museum is in the Old Pier Workshops and holds historic treasures that are fun and educational.

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  • Hadleigh Castle

    Hadleigh Castle is a historic royal residence who's construction started in 1215. These ruins which offer a romantic aura are a perfect venue for outdoor relaxation and family outings. Entrance is free and dog owners can bring their pets but have them on leads. The castle overlooks the Essex marshes and remains open within reasonable hours of daylight daily. The castle is accessible by road and train. A bus is available for those who prefer not to drive.

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