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68 of 75 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Junk - don't buy it, December 30, 2010
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This review is from: Smallest Hidden Spy cam Color Wireless Camera /w Audio * Completed System* (Electronics)
Do not buy this camera. You know the old adage 'you get what you pay for'? Doesn't apply here - I didn't even get that much.

1) video quality is poor
2) audio quality is even worse
3) tuning for the receiver sux. It is very sensitive, with a narrow band
4) signal drops out periodically despite all attempts to orient antenna, but reestablishes quickly (flickers off)

All this with the supplied power adapter - battery voltage was not an issue.

Relegating this to "kids toy" status; I'm sure they'll break it within a week.
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Initial post: Sep 27, 2012 12:16:35 PM PDT
HMMWV says:
I was a product engineer ona similar device years ago - we found early on that ANY analog 2.4 ghz system is going to receive interferance from 802.b/g/n and bluetooth, as well as other 2.4 ghz devices. They were only usable if you lived FAR FAR away from any wireless network, and did not have a microwave oven as that operates at 2.4 ghz also.

The 2.4 ghz devices that worked first digitized the image off the sensor, then sent the digital data to a receiver at a higher power (1000x times the power of an analog system by fcc rules). Those digital-RF systems "made it through" the RF fog in 2.4 Ghz populated towns as the FCC allows them up to 1 watt, while analog systems are limited to 1 milliwatt in 2.4 Ghz.

In reply to an earlier post on Jan 8, 2013 4:17:01 PM PST
Adrian Smith says:
Very useful information. Thank You.
I live an a house with 3 "n"routers nearby and two bluetooth phones.
I need to grab audio and maybe video from a couple of room in the house but I need clear sound for easy transcription. Any ideas as what mike be a good set up. This non commercial and probably short term so i dont really want to spend a fortune.

Thanks

Posted on Mar 7, 2013 2:25:43 AM PST
my comment is, i guess, is that i can not get more detailed information on the product, to see if i EVEN want to buy it!!! can somebody help me here?! thanx
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