2.4 Ghz Wireless Surveillance System

A Complete Wireless Spy Camera Kit System (19 value) are included:
Wireless color pinhole camera
Camera metal bracket Stand for easy installation
Camera Signal Receiver (no audio)
DC + 12V/500mA power adapter for receiver
DC + 8V/200mA power adapter for camera
AV Cable
Battery Clip Connector
Receiver antenna

This New Model 2007 High Power Wireless Pinhole Surveillence Color Camera that can provides up to 500ft range and better picture quality.
All cables & adapters are included so it can be easily installed in a few minutes to your tv, vcr or computer that has tv tuner or capture card.

Product Features

  • Wireless color pinhole camera
  • Camera metal bracket Stand for easy installation
  • Camera Signal Receiver
  • AC Adapter for camera & receiver
  • Battery Clip connector for camera

3 responses to “2.4 Ghz Wireless Surveillance System”

  1. Jersey Chuck says:

    Squirrel Cam This video was taken with a aimed at my Insignia HD LCD TV that is projecting the images from the . The “Beeping” sound is from a that I have mounted inside a feeder……….. Yes I live a boring life :)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.UPDATE: 04/25/12I had to take down the camera and feeder (along with all the Peanuts) 🙁 because the Squirrel’s UGLY “Cousins” aka the Rats…

  2. K. Espinosa "GadgetMan" says:

    Works great 0

  3. NatCh says:

    More than worth its weight in anything you’d care to name — FOR THE RIGHT APPLICATIONS We use this as a supplement to a standard baby monitor. It allows us to see *what* the little guy is doing, without peeking in the door, which will guarantee that if he’s awake he *will* see us, and that’s it, even if he’d otherwise go back to sleep on his own.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…

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