recommend a wireless video camera?

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I need to put a wireless video camera on a mobile system. I would like it to stream video live to a remote station. It'd be ideal if it streamed to a computer, but an analog output that I could connect to a TV would work fine too.

I've seen a lot of cheapo systems that have awful video quality. I really want something with decent image quality.

Suggestions?

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I guess it depends on how big your vehicle is and how big your budget is!

JC

Troll Systems

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JC - it needs to be a *tad* smaller than that! :)

I'm hoping for an in^3 or so for the transmitter + camera. It does not need to have its own power source - I already have a massive LiPo battery onboard. It could be a bit bigger than this - but the destination is a radio controlled car.

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Anybody?

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Hi Michael,

During a stop over in Hong Kong some years ago I was walking through one of the night markets and saw a small model train setup with a tv above showing the engine's view of the track. It used this camera ... so I bought it. I use it (hanging from a light fitting) to show the table to the non-players during friendly poker games. The camera runs off a 9 volt battery. Cost me 210 Hong Kong dollars in 2004.

Cheers,

Ross

Ross McKenzie ValuSoft Melbourne Australia

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I have 2 Gembird CAM78IP in use.

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