IQCCTV EVW301S Mini Wireless Covert Camera and Receiver with Audio - Small enough to hide anywhere - £29.99 @ ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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IQCCTV EVW301S Mini Wireless Covert Camera and Receiver with Audio - Small enough to hide anywhere - £29.99 @ ebuyer

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IQCCTV EVW301S Mini Wireless Covert Camera and Receiver with Audio - Small enough to hide anywhere! With no cabling required the EVC301S wireless covert system is a complete solution for discreet mon… Read More
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IQCCTV EVW301S Mini Wireless Covert Camera and Receiver with Audio - Small enough to hide anywhere!
With no cabling required the EVC301S wireless covert system is a complete solution for discreet monitoring. The camera is small enough to be hidden anywhere and is ideal for low to medium risk covert applications. It will provide good resolution 300 TVL images from its Omnivision 1/3" CMOS image sensor and will provide colour images in light levels as low as 2.0 lux. The Wireless Receiver can connect to any TV or Recorder with a Scart Socket. The camera can also be battery powered for complete portability.
Features:
Can be battery powered for portability adapter included, takes 9V Battery.
Small enough to be hidden almost anywhere!
Good Quality images
Clear Audio
Pinhole lens
Voltage: 9V
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#1
Oops, I just clicked spammed totally by accident as I was looking. Lol.

Seems like a decent kit. Ebuyer reviews say you can get around 6 hours out of it depending on the quality of batteries. Don't know about the quality of it though!
banned#2
Looks handy :P
#3
Can you add postage costs on please?

Take a look here http://hotukdeals.com/item/352542/wireless-1-2ghz-night-vision-ir-4-l
#4
Looks like the camera can also be powered by an external PSU as well (??????) making it even more handy

edit: manual linked to seems to indicate that it does come with a PSU for the camera as well, anyone know if thats the case
#5
this is cool but can you record the footage from these ? sorry if its obvious just it looks like its only to view current motion. ? i would like something like this but which records.

thanks
#6
my bad . should read properly, when it says recorder , which kind would that be?
#7
Technical PDF Document which should fill in the gaps ;-)

http://factory.y3k.com/Files/Manuals/Cameras/EVW/EVW301S-Instructions1.4.pdf

EDIT: Hot ;-)
#8
Be careful about ebuyer reviews - i think that the bad reviews are filtered and not published. I put two IMHO genuine negative reviews but were never published.
#9
Hot deal...

Not for me mind... now if the receiver was a USB device then we would have a great product. All the wireless webcams I have seen are massive. This camera looks great!
#10
theregistry786
Be careful about ebuyer reviews - i think that the bad reviews are filtered and not published. I put two IMHO genuine negative reviews but were never published.


mmm, care to share your experiences with this product? Looks ok but would be interested to hear your views on it.
banned#11
What mean wireless ?
The receiver can be conect to ant scart Tv or USB laptop and the camera can be how far from the receiver ?
50 metre ?
#12
katya1971
my bad . should read properly, when it says recorder , which kind would that be?


Plug it into an old VCR with a long play tape which would give you 8 hours recording is the easiest way. Or you can pick up a DVR card for your PC on fleabay for under a tenner (you'll probably need a little BNC adaptor for the video lead). You can google around for motion sensitive capture.
#13
this looks like what I could be looking for, could this be connected to a standard pc monitor with the correct adaptor, it looks like it has a phono out ?
#14
This one comes with external PSU's http://hotukdeals.com/item/352542/wireless-1-2ghz-night-vision-ir-4-l

squidworth
Looks like the camera can also be powered by an external PSU as well (not supplied of course) making it even more handy
#15
You have to use Composite connectors, not scart or USB!

hotukdealsnow
What mean wireless ?
The receiver can be conect to ant scart Tv or USB laptop and the camera can be how far from the receiver ?
50 metre ?
#16
TeamDraven


i've amended my original post as manual seems to indicate this does come with PSU, I guess someone who actually has one may know the answer to this...
#17
TeamDraven
You have to use Composite connectors, not scart or USB!


scart adaptors for these are cheap and cheerful, and most people probably have a few lying around the place from video games etc etc (you know, with the red/white/yellow sockets)
#18
Could I potentially use this for remote home monitoring if i purchased the DVR card as well?
#19
just a couple of things to note:

the cameras wireless receiver runs on 2.4GHz- a common frequency that will likely see a degree of interference. 300TVL is a very low resolution in CCTV terms (most cameras that you see on crimewatch etc are 520-570TVL) so don't expect facial recognition or the like. CMOS chipsets were commonly used in broadcast but have become popular in CCTV because they handle extreme light (eg reflections on glass shop fronts) better but consequently they handle low light conditions very badly, so don't expect clear images at night.

Still this doesn't look a bad deal.

HTH
suspended#20
if these are the same ones i know of (it looks identical)
these come with 12V power adaptor for the receiver, and 9V for the camera (or 9v battery powered!)
they are actually not that bad other than u need to have the camera near a power socket, or have a good supply of 9V batteries.

btw i have a dropshipper that sells these for just over £10, so not really a hot deal
#21
Hi,

Which out of the two is a better set up?

this one (the one that is posted?) or this one.. on DE http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/352542/wireless-1-2ghz-night-vision-ir-4-l/

Thanks
#22
and can you buy two kits and use the 2nd camera on one reciever? so i'll have 2 wireless cameras hooked up to one reciever?
#23
not voted, but who can really make use of this?
even a video on SL or dvd recorder is rubbish compared to the home cctv / webcam apps out there now that use webcams, these programs allow http/ftp file transfer, streaming, remote administration, movement detection, etc

by comparison this is old and outdated - unless you have a timelapse vcr etc.
#24
thinking about getting one to use as a baby monitor, pity its not got ir illumination. still might get one at this price.
#25
TADAhttp://www.hotukdeals.com/item/352542/wireless-1-2ghz-night-vision-ir-4-l/

paul.o
thinking about getting one to use as a baby monitor, pity its not got ir illumination. still might get one at this price.
#26
can you use more than one camera per reciever???
#27
£39.99inc vat now
#28
pork89
if these are the same ones i know of (it looks identical)
these come with 12V power adaptor for the receiver, and 9V for the camera (or 9v battery powered!)
they are actually not that bad other than u need to have the camera near a power socket, or have a good supply of 9V batteries.

btw i have a dropshipper that sells these for just over £10, so not really a hot deal
Hi friend, can you let me know where i can buy this from the dropseller pls?.

@ALL, how long does the batteries last?, also can the camera picture be intecepted by joe blogs or will special equipment be needed, wouldnt want someone evesdropping on my evesdropping ;-)

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