Ride your own track Tiny wireless colour tv cameras.

Tiny wireless colour tv cameras.
www.specialistcameras.com World wide delievery. Pal or Ntsc.

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I checked out the web site. No technical information so it's impossible to make a buying decision. Also I suspect the prices are very high compared to US suppliers.
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On 24 Feb 2004 12:59:14 GMT, snipped-for-privacy@aol.comXnospamX (TRAINMAN9) wrote:

A lot of people have used the X-cam which was advertised in all those annoying pop-ups.
I got one when they were first sold, befoore they started doing this.
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Here's another outfit -saw their ad in "N-Scale Railroading"
http://www.ghz-link.com/global/tc9_special.html
Transmits in the 2.4GHz range - so turn off your microwave, cordless phone, and WiFi network while filming!
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I checked out the web site. No technical information so it's impossible to make a buying decision. Also I suspect the prices are very high compared to US suppliers.
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This one looks much better :
http://www.ghz-link.com/global/product/tc9.html
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