Mini Wireless Color Camera with Microphone
List Price: $42.79

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Product Description

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.

  • 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 not included)
  • Composite video connections on receiver
Customer Reviews:
  • Don't waste your money.
    Wasted $50 when I bought it. The camera is very bad. You can't make out a persons face and you have to have VERY good lighting to make it work. Shapes are just about the only thing you can make out on this. ...more info
  • Low light resolution is poor
    This camera is pretty good. Setup is very easy. I had it mounted and working in minutes.

    The only downside is the low light performance is a bit lacking. There are two small horizontal lines on mine, as highlighted by one of the other reviewers. They scan upwards and do not interfere with the functionality as a security cam.

    The mount tilts up/down only. But it's easily bent left/right and holds its place well, due to it's low weight.
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  • Comfort!!
    I bought this camera when i was diagnosed with Post traumatic stress disorder from a break in at my apartment that i walked into with my 3 young kids. This camera has brought great comfort to me, it works very well my only complaint if i had to find one is that there are a few lines in the TV screen sometimes not enough to ruin the picture so it's no big deal to me...........more info
  • 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 expected) sends audio & video to receiver unit.

    Receiver unit->RCA cables->TV/VCR/whatever (I used an old portable TV/VCR combo from a junk sale). No "Wifi" here.

    If this thing had night-vision AND digital tuning it'd have 6 out of 5 stars. Speaking of IR, this camera will detect IR like most digi-cameras. The only test I managed to do before it's demise* was to point a TV remote at it in a sealed darkroom, and it did register the IR LED.

    *The TX unit was smoke-checked by an idiot miswiring an improvised AC adapter after we lost the first one, but I'm definitely getting another....more info
  • Works pretty good
    For the money, this is a great little system. Easy, out of the box setup, nothing to it. Video was surprisingly good. I checked it out on two different TV's. One is an older 36" CRT Panasonic, the other a 32" LCD Sharp. No interference from the interior of the home was detected. (You know, it transmits through walls, ect..) Got this to keep an eye on the teenagers still living at home. Man, they are going to think I have a 6th sense! The audio works great too. Wish I would have bought a larger multi-camera system. In fact I am considering that now for other projects. For under $40 bucks, I don't think you can go wrong. Don't expect Hi Def, but it really is quite good....more info