The freedom you will be able to take advantage of with this borescope is absolutely second to none, the real defining feature of the LIMINK WiFi Borescope Wireless Camera unit and the number one reason that so many people choose to take advantage of this endoscope versus everything else on the market today.
Of course, it certainly doesn’t hurt that it also has a ridiculously affordable price tag for the incredible technology you’re able to take advantage of, a super long semi rigid cable probe that is flexible and friendly to manipulate, and one of the best cameras in the business as well.
If you’re serious about purchasing a wireless borescope or endoscope today this has to be one of the top contenders you do a little more research and due diligence on. The odds are pretty good you’re really like all the LIMINK WiFi Borescope Wireless Camera has to offer.
Starting with the 2.0 megapixel high definition camera this unit brings to the table means you will be able to expect stunning high-definition video and still images with absolutely zero capture trouble whatsoever. The fact that you can get resolutions that go as high as 1920 x 1080 is nothing short of spectacular, giving you a much clearer view of what you are inspecting than a lot of the other endoscope options available at or near this price tag.
On top of that you’ll also get nearly 50 feet of flexible but still semi-rigid cable, one of the longest probes available in the wireless/Wi-Fi enabled borescope landscape. This is nearly 5 times as long as some of the more common options you’ll find on the market today, giving you plenty of cable to probe pretty much anything and everything you might come across – all with the semi-rigidity you expect to offer stable pictures but the ability to sneak around corners.
The battery life on this unit is also top-tier, providing upwards of five hours of continuous operation – something we will dive into in just a minute.That isn’t small potatoes by any stretch of the imagination.
The LIMINK WiFi Borescope Wireless Camera has been designed to work right out of the box with popular Android and iOS devices, provided they are running at least Android version 2.3 or iOS version 6.0.
This means that you’re going to be able to use your touchscreen controls to maneuver and manipulate your new endoscope, doing so in a way that feels familiar and almost 2nd nature – simply because you’re using the mobile device you always have on you to do the bulk of the heavy lifting.
Some are going to feel like the touchscreen is a little too slick or a little too temperamental to get the fine level of control you are looking to get out of and endoscope. And while there certainly something to be said about those kinds of complaints, most find the pinch to zoom capabilities and the infinite extension of controls available with a touchscreen/mobile device interface to be well worth the trade-off.
It’ll take a little bit of getting used to right out of the box, but once you perfect maneuvering and manipulating this endoscope you will be ready to rock and roll.
As we highlighted above, the 2.0 megapixel HD camera is capable of shooting in 1080p high definition with zero difficulty whatsoever – recording HD video clips as well as high-definition video still images with just a few clicks of a button.
On top of that, the LED lights that are built right into the end of the camera probe guarantee that you get all of the illumination you need to see in otherwise pitch black situations (like when you’re probing an HVAC system or a plumbing system, for example).
All in all, the camera is top-notch across-the-board even if it is a little bit wider at 8.5 mm than some of the other options on the market today. You should still be able to sneak and snake this into tight spots with no real difficulty – and get high visibility results, too!
Capture and Storage Options
Capture and storage options are going to be completely dictated by the Android or iOS device you are paring with this Wi-Fi/wireless enabled endoscope.
If you have an Android device that allows for expandable storage through microSD cards you can go all the way up to 2 TB and save as many high-definition video captures as you like that way. iOS devices are little bit more limited in that they do not offer expandable storage this way, but you’re still talking about gigabytes and gigabytes of storage you can use for high-definition video and image capture.
The entire process is easy to use and intuitive and you can take advantage of the touchscreen controls or the remote controls on the probe itself to trigger these captures.
The LIMINK WiFi Borescope Wireless Camera comes with a 2200 mAh next generation lithium-ion battery powering the entire system, providing you with upwards of five hours of continuous operation on 100% charge. That’s about five times longer than most other Wi-Fi enabled endoscope options, another reason to consider moving forward with this particular unit.
Probe Length and Flexibility
As we highlighted in the early part of this review the almost 50 foot long flexible but semirigid cable probe on the LIMINK WiFi Borescope Wireless Camera is a total game changer, particularly for Wi-Fi/wireless enabled options.
The overwhelming majority of Wi-Fi/wireless endoscopes measure in at just about 3 m long (at the longest), which means you’re looking at a more than double as long probe you can take advantage of when you are running the LIMINK WiFi Borescope Wireless Camera setup.
LIMINK WiFi Borescope Wireless Camera - Summary
All in all, if you’re looking for a longer Wi-Fi enabled endoscope/borescope that gives you all of the power features you’d expect in today’s modern smart phone paired options – all at a price point that is tough to beat – you’ll want to look closer into everything the LIMINK WiFi Borescope Wireless Camera has to offer.
This is a pretty special setup!