Inspection cameras give you a look at what you otherwise wouldn’t be able to see. Run the camera into walls, drain pipes, ceilings or anywhere else you couldn’t possibly see without ripping apart the area and get a good view of the situation on the attached (or detachable) screen.
Some inspection cameras come with retrieval tools and magnets to snag loose nuts, bolts or other items you may have lost, and many can take both photos and videos. Despite being fairly new to the market, inspection cameras are already invaluable to contractors and DIYers alike.
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Ridgid 36738 Micro CA-100 Inspection Camera - How to & Real User Review
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