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Think Parrots 2012 – The Launch of Our New Parrot Proof Camera

Last weekend we were in Surrey at the Think Parrots 2012 show. This was one of our first parrot shows where we launched our revolutionary new product for parrot breeders and owners alike.
We met lots of new friends and some great contacts. It was great to have the chance to speak face to face with previous customers as well as new.Sales rep with Parrot customer

Here are some pictures for you all.

grey parrot at show







This lovely little chap travels everywhere with his owner and had decided to stop and a little chat to Chris at our stand.people watching blue parrot display



There were lots of clever parrots flying around doing tricks for everyone to admire! SpyCameraCCTV stand at parrot show

We were live streaming onto our Ipad with our new parrot camera kit, so that all the visitors could see the camera in action focusing on four different parrot nest boxes.

The camera that we are launching is this parrot breeding nest box camera.

Parrot Breeding Camera Nest Box IR Nightvision 420TVL Recessed Bracket This nest box camera only measures 34mm (diameter about the size of a 2p coin) x 44mm long. Additionally the camera only weighs 80g approx (without bracket).

The revolutionary bracket that comes with this product means that it doesn’t take up any space inside the bird box, but it also means the camera is protected from the parrots’ pecking.

Top Hat bracket allowing camera to free-float
Additionally, by mounting the camera in the roof of a nest-box it allows you to utilise this camera’s wide angle lens to the fullest and enjoy a full corner to corner view of the nest-box.

All you do is simply drop the camera into the bracket and voila! A parrot proof camera! Parrot Breeding Camera Nest Box IR Nightvision 420TVL Recessed Bracket

You could even buy the bracket separately and have then in different nest boxes and just drop the camera into whichever one you want to monitor at the time.


See you all at the next show!

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