LYD W203I2 2.4GHz Wireless Kit with 2 Spy Mini Cameras
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- 2.4GHZ wireless SPY camera kits
- ,100m transmission withoutlock
- mini design,audio and video,
- upto 4 cameras
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|Package Height||3 x 6.8 x 9.5 inches|
|Shipping Weight||1.45 pounds|
380tvl lines of horizontal definiton, easy installation,100m transmission distance withoutblock
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From there, I went into the Ulead software and chose "Capture", picked the EasyCap (listed as VideoGrabber) from the device menu and !bang! there was video! You can focus the minicams by turning the front element and they send a decent image for the price. I am getting a bit of interference running the transmitter in my basement and the cameras on the next floor up, but it's more than acceptable.
Where this system falls flat, however, is in the fact that the YOU HAVE TO MANUALLY CHANGE CHANNELS/CAMERAS BY PUSHING A PHYSICAL BUTTON ON THE RECEIVER! Because of this, YOU CAN ONLY RECORD THE FEED FROM ONE CAMERA AT A TIME. This was not laid out in the product description. While this would work fine for applications where you have someone sitting and watching a monitor and flipping between channels, it makes this functionally a one-camera system if your intent is to record your feeds.
So, if you are looking for a wireless system to serve as part of a manual monitoring setup, this may work for you as you can add a couple of cameras to the two included and have a 4-feed setup. If, however, you want to record feeds from multiple locations while you are away, there are cheaper wireless receiver/camera setups to be had.
The camera operates in the same 2.4GHz frequency range as WiFi, Bluetooth, microwave ovens, and some cordless phones. Each camera can be set to one of 4 frequencies by setting two tiny switches on the back. I was able to find 1 channel that did not show interference from my WiFi router. Since you can also change the channel used by your router, the best combination will depend on how your other electronic items are configured. Note that you can only view the output of one camera at a time with the included receiver. The receiving channel is set by pushing a button on the back of the receiver that cycles through the 4 channels and there are LED's that indicate the current channel on the front.
I bought this camera to mount on a Lego robot and an RC blimp so size matters to me. The camera without the stand weighs 17 grams. Of that, about 5 grams are in the relatively large power connector at the end of the power cable. Each camera comes with its own AC wall adapter and a 9V battery connector. The cameras are rated at 8 Volts. I measured the current at 150mA at 8V so your average 9V battery isn't going to last very long. The cameras are well made and metal stand is also very nice and easily removed. The stand weighs 12 grams. The lens has manual focusing and can be focused from infinity to a couple of inches. The field of view if surprisingly narrow at roughly 32 degrees so this is definitely not a wide angle camera.