Mini Wireless Color Camera with Microphone

Tiny and wireless this inconspicuous camera offers effective surveillance protection. It has an operative range of 150 feet providing full motion real-time color video with no delay. It is easily concealed and the built-in microphone provides great sound quality that’s perfect for presentations or interviews. Product Features Miniature Wireless Camera with Microphone General Features: 380-lines

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Tiny and wireless this inconspicuous camera offers effective surveillance protection. It has an operative range of 150 feet providing full motion real-time color video with no delay. It is easily concealed and the built-in microphone provides great sound quality that’s perfect for presentations or interviews.

Product Features

  • Miniature Wireless Camera with Microphone General Features:
  • 380-lines resolution 150-foot range (no obstacles) 2.450 GHz output frequency Built-in microphone
  • Full motion real time color video with no delay Camera runs on 9-volt battery or AC adapter (battery
  • Composite video connections on receiverTuning knob on receiver to fine tune the picture
  • Receiver can lay flat or mount on a wall Camera Dimensions: 0.75 x 0.75 x 0.50-inches (H x W x D ap

Comments

Donovan Vernon Borman says:

Great little cheap mini-cam unit I picked this unit after much research, for a home-made robot (class project). Here’s the scoop:For the price, it’s fantastic!Performance: Our best results, with a fresh battery, camera unit transmitted ~200′ of open parking lot AND ~75′ of industrial building w/ lots of flouro/wifi etc. with minimal interference. However, signal strength fell off with batt pwr. Unfortunately, we used a variety of 9Vs at various stages of use or I’d have a lifespan for you. Best guesstimate is minimum 30 minutes full strength from fresh batt.We also played around with it indoors, with the AC adapters on both units.Either way, you’ll occasionally have to tweak the RX tuner for best reception if the camera is mobile, or the environment changes (body blocking the antenna of the Tx etc.) See that little knob by the Rx unit’s antenna? That’s the tuning knob.How does it work?Camera unit powered by AC adapter, or 9V battery (short life as…

Ron F. "ronf528" says:

Good value for a basic system I bought this setup for birding. Installation was a breeze. One bit of confusion was the manual which stated the power adapters for the camera and transmitter should not be interchanged and could damage the equipment if hooked up wrong; however, the adapters were identical. I installed everything and had it working in less than 10 minutes. There is some interference as others have pointed out, i.e., occasional lines and jitters, but all in all a very good color picture for the price. I do not see a problem with low light conditions – I have a robin who built a nest under my deck, and was hoping to watch the babies hatch. Today they did within half an hour of my installation of the camera. The camera is tucked up underneath the joists and there is no direct sunlight, yet the picture is clear and bright. This may not hold true for dusk, but for use in normal daylight, I’d highly recommend this system if you’re on a tight budget. I couldn’t ask for more considering cost/performance…

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