The pet camera that powers the popular PetSmart PetSmart camera is now officially available in the US.
The PetSmart pet camera was first unveiled in December and the company has announced the PetSmart Camera Pro, a new model with more advanced cameras and features.
The PetSmart camcorder can capture video up to 16 megapixels and capture up to six frames per second.
PetSmart says the PetScanner, which it calls the “PetCam,” can capture up 100 images per second with 360 degree video capture.
It’s also possible to capture 360-degree video from the camera.
The new PetCam has a 1.4-megapixel front-facing camera and a 2.5-megapixels rear-facing cam.
It comes with an HDMI port and NFC, making it compatible with both NFC-enabled smartphones and tablets.
In addition to the camera, PetSmart has added an optical sensor to the front of the camera and can take video with a 3-megaphone camera, allowing it to record in high definition, 4K and 4:3 aspect ratio.
The camera can capture 360 degrees video from a front facing camera, and also record in 4K with 4K resolution.
It can also capture video with an optical camera on the back of the pet camera.
Pets can use the PetCam to track pets around the house and to track the dog or cat that you’re using as a companion.
Pet owners can also set up alerts for their pets and pets can even receive alerts from PetSmart when they leave a house or enter a certain area.
The company also has a companion app for iOS and Android devices that can be used to monitor your pets, check on their health and make sure they’re not sick.
The app also has built-in alerts to warn of the arrival of other pets.
The pet camera has a 3.5 megapixel camera and has 4k video capture capability, which PetSmart claims can produce up to 8,000 images per minute.
The camera has 4.3 million pixels, which is more than double the resolution of the GoPro Hero4 Black camera.
PetSmart says its camera will cost $199 and is available now for $299.