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2.4 Ghz Wireless Surveillance System
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- Wireless color pinhole camera
- Camera metal bracket Stand for easy installation
- Camera Signal Receiver
- AC Adapter for camera & receiver
- Battery Clip connector for camera
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BTW, The video did lose about 10% clarity from being taken with the Kodak from the TV.
Overall a nice wireless video spy camera, but a 500' range? More like 50'-75' range.
I had to take down the camera and feeder (along with all the Peanuts) :( because the Squirrel's UGLY "Cousins" aka the Rats started visiting!
I wish I took videos of the "Mexican Standoffs" and seldom skirmishes between them.
BTW: The Squirrels always came out the "Victor"
Now for function. This is extremely easy to set up, and doesn't seem to have any interference from our wifi N home network. We use the wall-wart power supply, so I cannot comment on battery life. We're only transmitting about 10 feet, through the front and back walls of a closet.
The picture quality is pretty good -- not excellent, but pretty good -- *IF* the light levels are high enough, that is.
As the light level drops off, the quality of the image drops with it. We have it in a room that at night is lit only with a 40 Watt bulb, and the picture is grainy, but more than sufficient to tell what our baby is doing. We can't see if his eyes are open, for instance, but we can see if he's still, looking around, moving around, etc.
If you application is not dependent on high image quality, then you're likely to be happy. If it is, then you probably won't be.
I'm having tons of fun with this cam, but it definitely has some limitations.
Its small (though larger than represented in that photo with the penny).
This *is* the one I ordered, but I was sent a 2.4GH cam, with a built-in mic.
Can't argue with an upgrade!
Funny - the last page of the little setup booklet has a warranty reg form, but nowhere in or on any of the packaging is there any indication where to send the thing in.
The cam has good range - about 200 feet with a clear line-of-site between the cam and receiver.
The receiver is small and lightweight, and can be mounted on a wall. The tuner pot is a little funky.
We have plenty of interference in our house - PA speakers, guitar amps, wireless routers, cell phone boosters, and even a metal roof, so its not surprising that there is some issues with reception, in the form if lines. It seemed to help if I used an RCA cable that was more heavily shielded, and definitely helped if both the cam and receiver were outdoors, away from all those crazy invisible signals in the house.
Things this cam would be good for:
Don't expect super high quality imaging from this. You don't want to use it to make fine art or major motion pics.
The mic is pretty darned useless - too much interference. I have given up on its audio and just use a separate mice.
Its not the best cam I have, but the wireless part is helpful to me when I'm working in my studio and want to broadcast online.
Don't bother with the batteries, 9V batteries are very very expensive and this one will burn through one in about an hour and 15 minutes. Find a way to use the wall adapter, the range and video quality seems, to me, ALOT better when using AC power. I can get about 100 feet away (cam outside, rec. inside) from the receiever using a battery before the signal pixelates and craps out. Pretty much double that when you're using the AC adapter.
It serves the purpose it was made for, a small discreet camera, it's not an HD picture but it's pretty good and works for what I need it to do, look at who is coming up the driveway and what animal strew my trash up and down the street this week. BTW, it's indoor use only, find you a nice window to aim it out.. or in.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not exactly HD quality but you can make out what you want within a close range.Published 2 months ago by Rodney Parsons
Had brought this as a gift for a friend. He had a helicopter. We thuoght it woul be fun stick a camera and fly the toy.
But this camera is heavy. Read more
It works pretty good, gets interference pretty easily though, just walking between it and the receiver causes pretty bad static but otherwise a good purchasePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Comes with everything stated, but quality of manufacture is flimsy. I ordered two of these (under different product names, but same item) and wouldn't recommend them to anyone... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
It wouldn't even project a clear picture from 15 feet to the receiver. I would Never purchase this again and I would tell anyone not to waste their time.Published 8 months ago by Unhappy Kentuckian