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Reception range Is there any way that someone nearby could pick up images from your camera or would they have to have the reciever to it??
[UPDATED] asked by W. Middlebrooks on January 16, 2012
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Anything sent into the air can be intercepted!
However, it is unlikely that your next door neighbor would have the equipment nor the knowledge needed to watch your camera without the exact same receiver. Now, if you are worried about Big Brother, I am sure the government would be able to watch with little trouble.
Bug Catcher answered on June 28, 2012
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There is always that possibility. However this device receives a 2.4 GHtz signal, the same that you would find on today's home telephones. The older systems of cross channeling could be a possibility if they had a baby monitor that could have the same setup or receive the same signal. But to put your mind at ease, the chances are unlikely.
L. Haynes answered on March 19, 2013
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