I'm drawing up a magic item for laboratories, and am looking for some feedback - with the biggest question - does it break the Limit of Time? The item...
Viewpoint Mirror [Lesser Enchanted Device]
(Base 1, +1 Touch, +2 Sun, +2 Room, +2 Accept Commands, +1 Extremely Intricate, +1 Rego requisite)
+1 Frequency 2/day, +3 Environmental Trigger (sunrise/sunset)
[Covenants: +3 Spells]
This Mirror allows the magus to view the room (usually their lab) from any angle or direction. It accepts verbal commands to change the viewpoint at will and can focus the view on particular area within the room if desired. It can also retain sequences of images from the last 2 minutes (diameter) which can be shown again.
The base effect of this is based on Prying Eyes RAW 144.
Added to that the ability to retain images of the last 2 minutes in the form of a Rego requisite.
Finally added +2 Accept Commands and +1 Extremely Intricate - based from the effects of the spell Eternal Repetition of a Bottomless Pool Covenants 101
Does that seem right to people - basically a magus is able to cast magic in his lab, then review the process to better understand it. Does it break the Limit of Time - I hope not, as the item is retaining and display an image, very similiar to Eternal Repetition of a Bottomless Pool - or would the Rego requisite need to be +2 - one for retaining images and one for displaying those images?
If the item does seem ok, would a General Quality bonus be more appropirate for the item instead of a Spells bonus?
Any thought or Comments?