Extech High Definition VideoScope Inspection Camera Kit

Extech High Definition VideoScope Inspection Camera Kit


The Extech High Definition VideoScope Inspection Camera Kit delivers high image resolution on a large color display where images and videos can be stored on SD card.


  • SD memory card included to store >15,000 images
  • Video recording (up to 4 hours) with voice annotation
  • AV output for viewing images and video directly on a monitor
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The Extech High Definition VideoScope Inspection Camera Kit features a narrow diameter camera head with 5.7" high definition color LCD monitor. Model HDV610 features a 5.5mm diameter camera head with 1 meter flexible cable. Model HDV620 features a 5.8mm diameter camera with 1 meter semi-rigid cable. The camera delivers high image resolution on a large color display where images and videos can be stored on an SD memory card. The housing is IP67 rated to withstand oil, chemical, or oil spills, and is drop proof.


The non-slip ergonomic handles are for ambidextrous use. The SD memory card stores more than 15,000 images and the video recording function records up to 4 hours with voice annotation. The AV output is used for viewing images and videos directly on a monitor, and the video and images can be transferred to a PC via the SD card or USB output. An optional wireless transmitter connects to the camera cable and allows users to transmit video up to 100 feet from the measurement point to the monitor. 


Applications include industrial processing and manufacturing, heavy equipment, HVAC/boilers, aerospace, government and security, insurance, mining and aggregate, aviation AOG and FBO, power generation, building inspection and commissioning, petrochem/refineries, and infrastructure.

Notable Specifications:
  • Camera
  • Minimum Focus Distance: 2.36" (60mm); macro: 0.59" (15mm)
  • Field of View: 65 degrees
  • Shaft Diameter: HDV610 - 0.22" (5.5mm); HDV620 - 0.23" (5.8mm)
  • Working Length: 39" (1m)
  • Borescope
  • LCD Screen Type: 5.7" color TFT
  • Pixels: 640x480 (High Definition)
  • SD Card: 1GB (included)
  • Operating: 4 hours
What's Included:
  • (1) VideoScope
  • (1) SD memory card
  • (1) Handset with camera probe and 1m cable
  • (1) 3.7V rechargeable battery
  • (1) Patch cable
  • (1) Universal AC  adapter
  • (1) USB cable
  • (1) AV cable
  • (1) Hard carrying case
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Extech High Definition VideoScope Inspection Camera Kit HDV610 High definition videoscope kit includes 5.5mm diameter camera with 1m flexible cable
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Extech High Definition VideoScope Inspection Camera Kit HDV620 High definition videoscope kit includes 5.8mm diameter camera with 1m semi-rigid cable
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