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Old 11-24-2003, 06:05 PM
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Old 11-25-2003, 08:20 PM
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Any comments? Did anybody watch them yet?
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Old 11-25-2003, 10:07 PM
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Can you try positioning the camera differently. The constant Panning effect is difficult to understand. That camera setup is quite small. I can invision many ways to use that product. You should try mounting it on a pylon facing forward above the fus. I have been working on many different kinds of mounts, but I ran out of Summer time testing temperatures up here in Wisconsin.

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Hi Vova,

I think the quality is really good. What software are you using to transfer the video to PC? also, is that a standard 400 mW set-up with standard antennas and running from a 9 volt battery? I will also like to see the camera positioned facing forward a bit.

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Hi Vova,

I think the quality is really good. What software are you using to transfer the video to PC? also, is that a standard 400 mW set-up with standard antennas and running from a 9 volt battery? I will also like to see the camera positioned facing forward a bit.

Keep up the good work!
HI,
Thanks.

Im using a happauge(sp?) video tuner card that I bought used for 23.00 and the free downloadable microsoft movie works to make the video.
The system is a "stock" 400mw system, no mods.

I have some more video of the camera facing forward.
NOw on to make video...

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nice system.
These units keep on getting smaller and cheaper!
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