|Q-See wireless systems allow you to monitor areas where it is difficult to set up a standard camera. The QSWLMCR is an indoor mini wireless camera and receiver combination that allows you to monitor an area through a TV. You can also attach the receiver to a VCR or DVR to record the video files. The receiver can support up to 4 wireless cameras and will allow you to view them one at a time manually, or in an automatic sequence. It can receive signals from the cameras from a distance of up to 300 feet line of sight, and an audio receiver so that you can hear as well as see what is happening. The camera is extremely small, it fits in the palm of your hand and is easy to conceal so that you can monitor an area without the camera being detected, and has a microphone to send audio as well as video to the receiver. Q-See wireless products are portable, mobile units that deliver live images directly to a TV, or dedicated recording stations such as a DVR or VCR.|
Customer Reviews of Q-See QSWLMCR 2.4 GHz Wireless Indoor Mini Camera Kit with Receiver
OK but needs work6/6/2008
The picture isn't as clear as we would like and the noise feedback is annoying so I don't use the sound. This is to use in bright rooms it won't work unless it has plenty light.
deceiving; you get what you pay for.4/19/2008
Yes, this camera is capable of "wireless transmission" after you attach a clunky 9 volt battery to the camera via a 3inch cord which will drain sooner than you'd like. (It also comes with an AC adaptor for permanent mounting, which is a plus) <p> Yes, the visual range is 300 feet, but anything after 10 feet has tons of horizontal line interference and the audio gets a little "tin" like. You have 4 channels to play with, and maybe my area is just jammed with signals, but I couldn't find any worth while. <p> I bought this hoping to keep an eye on my car from my bedroom tv- fixing the camera to peer out of my living room window, but one wall is too much for this cheap device. <p> Perfect for spying on the person in the cubical in front of you, not very practical for anything else. My advice: Spend the extra money and get something QUALITY.