We've been wanting to get Mr. B the Uncle Milton Pet's EyeView Camera, but we were very hesitant because of the mixed reviews on Amazon.com. Despite the poor reviews, we decided to turn Mr. B into a photographer. The camera has a plastic clip that clips onto the collar or harness and the camera hangs down from the clip. The only thing is that since the camera has to hang down for it to be positioned correctly, Mr. B's tongue can get in the way. The camera has a 40 picture capacity and a built in timer with interval settings at 1, 5 or 15 minutes. For our short walks, we have found the 1 minute interval to work well and our long walks we switch between 1 and 5 minutes, depending on where we are; I wish there was a 2 or 3 minute interval. The picture resolution is 640 x 480 and we have read accounts of damaged cameras from pets drinking water, since it's not waterproof. We noticed that most of our pictures come out blurry, since the camera is moving a lot on our walks and some pictures are distorted from Mr. B's drool, but we do get some interesting photos and it's actually quite exciting to download the pictures to see what came out. Here are some of our test shots from Mr. B using the camera at home.
Sitting out on the porch in the sun and really hot weather with Wilma.Laying at the foot of the patio furniture.
Watching Ms. M getting reprimanded for scratching her face to the point that it started bleeding and she now has to wear the beloved cone.
Checking out the paws.
Hanging out indoors after they have been konged. Watching Ms. M as she does what she does best. We would have had more interesting photos, but we decided to come back and take the pooches with us.
Stay tuned for Mr. B's photos for the daily walks.