Summary: buy 2+, and a RCA video switcher, and you got a nice little set up.
Pros: For under 20$ it is an amazing little dude. read the tech specs,. this camera has only 370 lines of resolution.. that is bacially a 320x240 based camera. so if you view this on TV, it will be slightly lower quality. great for a home or business looking for a spy cam to hook up to a DVD recorder, dvr, or VCR,.
Cons: The LEDs on the front are cosmetic. they do nothing, and this camera has little to no low light sensitivity. this camera needs at least 4 lux. which is a 12x14 room lit with 2 or 3 75 watt bulbs. great for a home or business looking for a spy cam to hook up to a DVD recorder, dvr, or VCR,.
Summary: I bought it for a co-worker and he said it works but is fuzzy. I gave it 3 eggs because it works but I have a feeling it's not that great of a camera. I build computers so I'm kind of out of my relm here.
Summary: The camera mounted perfectly under the visor of my HJC offroad helmet. Paired it with a portable DVR and I have a great little helmet cam with audio.
Pros: The camera works beautifully. Image quality is as clear as a 380 line camera 5 times it's size and twice the price. Audio works, and so do the IRs. The camera has a very small footprint, suprised me when I recieved it. Powers off of a 9volt battery for at least a few hours so far.
Cons: The dc adapter did not work, but that didn't matter to me since I was not using it. The IR's only range about 5-10 feet, which is expected for their size and power.