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What type of inspection cameras are carried by Home Depot?

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Home Deport carries more than 70 inspection cameras, as of 2015, including the Milwaukee M12, Ridgid Micro CA25 and Dewalt 12-Volt Max. The Ryobi Tek4 and General Tools Wi-Fi video inspection system are also available.

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The Milwaukee M12 inspection camera comes in a number of versions, including a digital version, one with a 9-foot cable kit, an inspection camera kit and one that comes with a 3/8-inch drill. The Ridgid Micro CA25 features an LED screen, a 3-foot cable and one-hand controls. The Dewalt 12-Volt Max is a cordless kit that has zoom capabilities, a 12-volt lithium-ion battery, a 3 1/2-inch screen and a detachable monitor.

The Ryobi Tek4 is a digital scope that has four LED lights, a flexible camera cable with underwater capabilities, voltage indicator alerts and a high-resolution color LCD screen. The General Tools Wi-Fi video inspection system connects to Android and Apple devices and allows users to transfer information between devices. Some of the other features include a free phone application, the ability to share information via Skype, a non-replaceable lithium-ion battery and adjustable video attributes.

All these inspection cameras come with the Home Depot protection plan, and individuals can order them online or, in many cases, order online and pick up in a local store.

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