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Flash storage has already seen numerous gadgets shrink in size. But it’s now shrinking the consumer spy gadget market with the development of a belt-buckle spy camera for snooping on your pals.

buckleDVR300

Who'd ever know?

The belt-buckle DVR secretes a hidden camera that records content in 3GP format at a resolution of 176 x 144 pixels. It then records this onto a Micro SD card of up to 2GB, which slots in at the base of the buckle.

It also captures sound and has a USB port built-in, allowing would-be 007s to quickly move data off their Micro SD cards. The port also acts as a power charger for the buckle’s internal lithium-ion battery, which provides around three hours of snooping time.

However, if you don’t fancy walking around filming people’s midriffs all day, then how about the lighter sized DVR-SP?

lighter_DVR_spy_cam

"Got a light?"

This tiny gadget also records video in 3GP at a 176 x 144 resolution and accepts Micro SD cards of up to 2GB, but it's probably suited to the slightly more brazen spy becuase it measures 73×20×11mm. A USB port is also built into the bottom of the device.

The belt-buckle DVR and lighter-sized DVR are both available online for undisclosed prices. This message will self-destruct in five, four…

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