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Wireless Camera with Receiver / Recorder

This tiny 5.8GHz wireless transmitting camera and stylish LCD receiver/recorder set has everything required for short range remote room video surveillance. The 5.8HGz range provides almost interference free signals.

A complete system for short range video and audio room surveillance monitoring. Remotely view and/or record live streaming video footage. Simple to set up and use in a variety of circumstances.

For short range remote video surveillance wireless cameras have still got to be one of the best solutions available. Our latest 5.8GHz kit does not suffer from interference issues that affect older 2.4GHz analogue equipment. Wireless cameras are ideal for monitoring office and room environments where ‘live’ remote monitoring is needed or when you wish to place the receiver/recorder in a safe place away from the camera in case it is discovered. This 5.8GHz stand alone wireless camera is extremely small in size and can be fitted inside something of your choice or even into the fabric of a room, such as a ceiling tile in an office. This type of versatility is often the key to secreting a spy camera in such a way that it can easily blend into the environment.

With a maximum ‘line-of-sight’ transmission range of 100 metres , indoors with barriers such as walls between transmitter and receiver a more realistic transmission distance of maybe 30m is more achievable. Colour video footage with audio and time/date stamp is beamed out by the camera constantly when it is connected to the mains power supply.

The slick receiver/recorder unit has a 5 inch LCD screen, a retractable antenna and built in micro SD recording system that will accept SD memory cards up to 32GB in size. The receiver will accept up to eight different 5.8GHz camera channels, which means that numerous cameras can be monitored at any given time if required. Only one camera transmission can be viewed and/or recorded at any one time, but flicking through the camera channels is very easy. The screen has excellent clarity and the receiver/recorder unit can be powered by an internal rechargeable battery or left plugged in to the mains supply if required.

Worthy of note is the fact that the camera produces far higher quality footage than our previous generation of wireless cameras and it also will operate in extremely low light conditions which is something that our previous 2.4GHz models lacked. So, if you are looking for an up-to-date wireless camera solution then this kit is certainly good choice.

  • 5.8GHz Wireless receiver, LCD monitor and SD recording system in one unit
  • Supplied with one 5.8GHz 480 TVL CMOS wireless transmitting camera
  • Video recording resolution of 720 x 480
  • Camera works in very low light conditions (0.008 lux)
  • Camera dimensions: 33 x 10mm in diameter - only 8g in weight
  • Powered from a mains power adapter (supplied with product)
  • Additional cameras available from the drop-down menu if required
  • 8-channel with manual channel switch on LCD Receiver unit
  • View and record video with audio at the same time
  • Records onto micro SD card system - accepts up 32GB card (not included)
  • Time and date stamp on video recordings for evidential purposes
  • Through-the-lens motion detection recording facility feature or straight recording (selectable)
  • Receiver has internal rechargeable 3200mAh Lithium battery providing up to 9.5 hours usage
  • Receiver is supplied with mains power adapter for charging and/or lengthy deployments
  • LCD Receiver dimensions: 131 x 86 x 18mm 
  • Complete with connection leads for external monitor or TV connection if required

What cameras will this receiver work with?

This can receive signals from any non-digital 5.8GHz transmitting camera. Spy Equipment UK supply different covert camera options that match the 8 frequency channels .

Are the transmissions on a secure frequency?

No, the transmissions use standardised 5.8GHz frequency bands that can be received by other commonly available receivers.

Can more that one camera be received and recorded at any one time?

Only one camera can be received and recorded at any one time, but the different channels can easily be flipped between if more than one camera is transmitting (on a different frequency).

Can I view one camera transmission whilst recording another on a different frequency that I am not watching?

No, this is not possible. You always have to record on the channel to which you are tuned into.

Can two cameras be received on the same frequency?

If two cameras are on the same frequency in range then the sent video imagery will be overlaid and as such the received footage will be unclear.

Can other devices interfere with the transmissions?

The new 5.8GHz frequency range has not been officially allotted for use with any other wireless device in the EU, so transmissions should be relatively interference free.

Do I need any special software to playback the recorded footage from the SD card on my computer?

There should be no problem, but if your media player does not have the correct codex for playback then it is very easy to download a FREE media player that will play all formats such as VLC Media Player.

You will need to consider the following to use this equipment:

  • This unit is not supplied with an SD card, so you will need to obtain to complete the recording system. These are commonly available from high street retailers and online outlets.
  • The unit records at a rate of approximately 1GB per hour of video footage, so a 32GB micro SD card should store up to 32hours of recorded video with audio.
  • You will need a computer with speakers attached if wishing to playback recordings with the audio on your PC or Laptop.
  • You will need a media player on the computer for playback of video / audio files. It maybe worthwhile downloading a free media player. We use VLC Media Player at Spy Equipment UK.

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