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06-06-2004 02:04 PM  13 years agoPost 1
Lock-Tite

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I would like to purchase a wireless camera (small), I tried in the house a 50mw color/audio 1.2Ghz rated at 150 meters distance, would that be enough to be used in a camera mount to preview shots ? (I mean next to a real cam)
Would the image go on and off while flying around ?

Feedback ?

Something like this.

Frank
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06-07-2004 11:51 AM  13 years agoPost 2
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No one ever tried that ?

Frank
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06-07-2004 03:16 PM  13 years agoPost 3
rckrzy1

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I doubt it. I have a 350mw and it gets maybe 300-400 feet at best.



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06-07-2004 05:26 PM  13 years agoPost 4
Lock-Tite

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Here it is, or at least very similar.

Up to 1000 feet ( Clear line of sight ) (well that is what they say.. lets divide that by 3 ... 300 feet)


http://www.raidentech.com/miwicocaspyc.html

Frank
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06-09-2004 05:50 AM  13 years agoPost 5
JestRR

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800 mw

I have a chance at getting an 800 mw TX and a 1.2ghz reciever for a descent price. would that get me the range over say 600 feet or is it the 1.2 ghz reciever that would be the problem.

Looks like its the el-chepo type camera set up like above with the 800 mw TX seperate from the camera.......

Mike

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06-09-2004 05:14 PM  13 years agoPost 6
Lock-Tite

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Rstacy would you have a video of a flight filmed by your small camera ?
Can you post the link ?

Frank
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01-23-2006 04:59 PM  11 years agoPost 7
Dazde

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Have tried the 50mw on a Raptor 50, and unless you were close to yourself, you'd lose the image - much more than about 30/40ft I'd say, and that was in the middle of nowhere.

This was one of the 'el cheapo' ones. Don't think it's really suitable for this type of application

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01-23-2006 08:57 PM  11 years agoPost 8
lele

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I tried them both...

the 50 mw ( and I would really like to know if that power measure is correct) is a real fake! you will get not more that what Dazde says, 30/40 ft.
The 800 mw ( and also here if do not really think it's a real 800 mw) is working almost fine and I am using it for my work. I can say that i tested it with success at a distance of about 600/800 ft (that is 200/250 meters) could have been more one should make a better test.

Lele

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01-24-2006 07:47 AM  11 years agoPost 9
CKY

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I have seen some really incredible video from bird mounted cameras. They were using a Yagi antennae on the receiver. TX was one of the low output models. Yagis are expensive and very directional. Do you have a third person to aim an antennae

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