FAIRFAX, Va., Nov. 4, 2010 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Today, ThinkGeek is proud to announce the release of a new interactive t-shirt that even Q would be proud of: the Electronic Spy Camera Shirt. Featuring a design inspired by classic spy films, this sly t-shirt has a tiny and stealthy hidden digital camera built directly into the shirt, which allows users to document their lives in complete secrecy.
Top secret documents or even exclusive events are no match for the ThinkGeek Electronic Spy Camera Shirt. The shirt's concealed color digital camera will allow spies-in-training to capture 150 photographs at 640 X 480 resolution before they have to be downloaded to a computer via the included USB cable and wiped from the shirt's memory.
The pocket based remote takes 3 AAA batteries and allows you to shoot the photos without being detected. Vibration feedback is provided to let you know when a photo has been taken, so rest assured that there will be no shutter sound to give you away.
As with all of ThinkGeek's popular line of interactive shirts, the electronics in the Electronic Spy Camera Shirt can be removed for washing. This means you never have to sacrifice a suave entrance to the demands of duty.
Available now on ThinkGeek.com for $39.99. For more information, contact Jessica Darrican at 305-576-1171 x.16 or Jessica@maxborgesagency.com.
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