Ebay is usually a good source for these -- especially if you're looking
for wireless -- there's a slew of cheap cams coming out of china these
days. REGIS uses one of these for video. 99 cents -- plus around $28 for
shipping, naturally. Still a good deal. Some of these cameras are no
more than 1/2 inch square, although light response will vary. The
"pinhole" cameras appear to be the worst if used indoors.
Hope that helps -- taFkaks.
If you're looking for digital phone cameras, then Dr. Robot
I have never ordered from them, but I've considered it. I haven't
found another source for these cameras.
D. Jay Newman
Anyone know of higher-resolution units with autofocus and zoom,
such as in typical consumer pocket cameras? I've found some
high resolution FireWire cameras but they're huge and terribly
I want to mount a couple on pan-tilt heads on my robot - not for
navigation, but for telepresence viewing.
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