Wireless TrainCAM - 1/87 HO Scale Miniature Train Camera Inside Railroad Box Car - Fully Assembled & Ready to Capture the LifeLike View of Your Train Layout!
List Price: $199.50

Our Price: $129.50

You Save: $70.00 (35%)


Product Description

1/87 HO Scale TrainCAM Railroad Box Car: The camera runs on a 9V battery and its images and sound are picked up by a specially designed wireless receiver (powered by wall outlet) which easily attaches to any TV or VHS/DVD/DVR unit - NO WIRES! SPECIFICATIONS --- TrainCAM System: - Micro camera and microphone installed inside railroad car - ready to use! - Fully self standing - no wires or clunky connections. - High resolution color camera runs on 9V battery. - Easy set up: Connect the receiver to any TV/VCR/DVD/DVR (RCA cables included) to view or record all the action. - Camera pointed from rear/front of railroad car. - PAL & NTSC systems available. Railroad Box Car: - Fully assembled and ready to operate integrated camera. - Based on Model Die Casting tooling - Weighted for optimum performance - Machined RP25 profile 33" metal wheels

  • Complete Wireless System - 1/87 HO Scale Railroad Box Car + Camera System with Audio & Video Capability + Receiver & AC Power Source + A/V Cables, etc.
  • The Train Camera by HobbyXCAM is integrated into your 1/87 Scale HO Railroad Boxcar or apparatus to be virtually invisible; yet it is fully functional and able to show you at ground scale-level all the action on your model railroad set in full color! No wires or clunky connections.
  • All you do is hook the TrainCAM railroad car to your model train set up and follow the easy set up instructions. You will then be able to view and record all the action (with AUDIO & VIDEO) on your TV/VHS/DVR or any other recording apparatus.
  • Imagine showing your track layout just as it would look if you measured 2 inches and where riding the train yourself. Camera pointed from rear/front of RR car which gives the most exciting views. You can push the TrainCAM boxcar ahead of your locomotive giving you the view point of the Engineer - "Engineer View" or simply pull it behind giving you a trailing "Conductor View".
  • This is a model railroader's dream come true!