By Wade Thiel
Ever wonder what the inside of your bike’s engine looked like but don’t have the skills or the time to tear it all apart? Curious about those hard to reach places between your bike’s body panels and its wiring, engine, or anything else? Have a nook or cranny around the house or garage where you think you dropped something, but can’t get back there to see if you did?
You need an endoscope inspection camera. These types of cameras are small and on the end of a long stiff wire that can be snaked down drainpipes, under doors, and, yes, into tight spots on your motorcycle.
DEPSTECH reached out to us to see if we’d want to review their WF028 HD Wi-Fi model, and because I have an old moped that I was curious to see the status of the inside of the cylinder, I said yes. We at wBW are no stranger to reviewing motorcycle cameras for on-the-road action, and this was a great opportunity to review a camera intended as a tool for inspection and more!
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The DEPSTECH industrial endoscope inspection camera that was sent to me had a 16.5-foot camera line. This is way longer than I needed for the job I had in mind, but I can see where this kind of length could come in handy for many jobs.
The camera is an HD 5.0MP that can shoot everything from 640×480 to 2592×1944 resolution. You can choose this setting …read more