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D-Link's wi-fi cameras provide the sort of thing you're looking for. There are a number of models, and which one you need depends entirely on your use-case so I won't recommend one, but the page I linked above gives an overview of all the types. They're wifi cameras, which is definitely wireless There's an interface (not sure if web or not, but probably ...


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I recommend you the Mobius Action cam. The camera should be mountable either on a lightweight hat or strapped around the upper chest of a runner You can buy Magnet Mounting Clip for hats and the most basic package of the camera usually comes with a mounting sleeve with lots of options. The price should be under $50 $75 It's around $70 on eBay and ...


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Depending on your needs I've added a few various cameras. All are great choices and meet the specifications the question provided, but it's up to you to decide which one you think fits your needs best. Sony Action Cam - $115 - $198 I'd recommend Sony's Action Cam line up. Sony's Action Cam offers a wide variety of features, a quality build, and all at a ...


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There are quite a few options available to you, depending on how much comfort you want to have vs. how much money you want to spend. 1. There are a few do-it-yourself solutions as suggested by @filo You can use a Raspberry Pi + Camera + USB Battery pack to setup something, but it requires some effort and it's not going to be the most easy-to-use option. 2....


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You're going to need something custom-built. A back-of-the-envelope calculation says that to read an iPhone screen at 8 meters, you need a lens with a 50mm-equivalent focal length of 1000mm. Lenses that long are available for DSLRs and a few point-and-shoot cameras, but not for anything smaller. Expect to spend between tens of thousands and hundreds of ...


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I've helped to install an Amcrest system in the past. I can't remember if it was the 8-Channel or 16-Channel one, as both come with 8 cameras. We installed 3 cameras outside1 and 5 inside. The outside ones have withstood two mid-western United States winters. Installation of the cameras took time, but there wasn't much that was difficult about it. You ...


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Cards which are working perfectly: SanDisk Ultra 64GB Kingston microSD-XC 64GB UHS-I U1 GOLD Class10 SDCA10/64GB + adapter (90/45 MBps) Another cards (although they are only 32GB ones) which also work well: Kingston microSD-HC card 32GB ULTRA Class10 SDCA10/32GB Samsung Memory 32GB Evo MicroSDHC UHS-I Grade 1 Class 10 Memory Card without Adapter


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After some considerations I have decided for HIKVISION platform. I chose that platform over DASHUA mostly because of better support in my country and better firmware upgrade program. Multiple platform (like DASHUA, HIKVISION, AVTECH etc.) cannot be mixed nowadays mostly because ONVIF G standard is not yet widely implemented. Some attempts like Ozeki SDK ...


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You probably just need a better microphone with an on/off or mute/unmute button. I'd focus your searches around "vlog microphone" or "android mic mute button". Vloggers will use external mics for better sound, although very few that I've found have built-in mute buttons. Here's I think half of what you might be looking for: https://www....


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I found a dash cam that fits your requirements: AUKEY Dash Cam, Full HD 1080P, 170° Wide Angle Lens, Night Vision, Car Dashboard Camera It sells for $90 on Amazon.com Supports recording resolutions of: 1080p 30fps, 720p 30/60fps, 480p No wifi or internet connection Saves to a MicroSD card (up to 128GB) Good night vision capaiblity (according to product ...


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Yes, I was looking for the same requirement last month, I found e-con Systems who make cameras for NVIDIA Jetson TX1. They have a 360degree solution for TX1. I can see that they run 6 MIPI CSI-2 Cameras simultaneously. Please refer : https://www.e-consystems.com/blog/camera/?p=1709


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This post explains how the poster created a four-lane board he's selling to double throughput, and also provided a lot of technical background. This seller of Pi cameras may also have useful gear.


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2×2 mm waterproof casing means likely a 1x1 mm sensor, which means terrible image quality and low resolution. Are you sure this is what you want? In general, tiny cameras measure around 6×6 mm. In order to find them, you need to use the term “snake camera,” “endoscope,” or “borescope.” The last two terms mean different things, but they seem to be used ...


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No, I don't think it's possible to do any accurate thermal reading with the Kinect. Using Kinect SDK you can customize and extend the functionality of the Kinect, but the sensor just isn't build for doing accurate temperatur readings. The infrared emitter output on the Kinect is too diffuse and its field of view is too wide. The Kinect also doesn't cover ...


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Not Bluetooth, but wifi, therefore it qualifies for "other wireless technology, the "aiball" camera comes in as a candidate. Available on Amazon, as well as a few other locations, it doesn't come in with high praises via the reviews. Here's the better part of this answer. Once you visit the Amazon link, you see other small wireless cameras that may give you ...


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Not too rough, if you don't mind ordering from China. Check out this ELP-USBFHD01M-L36-120FPS on ebay. It's unbranded, but I've given you the model number so you can find it elsewhere. Currently, the cheapest place I can find is ebay, but that could change, as per comments. It actually sports a Full HD CMOS USB Camera, which shoots at 30 / 60 / 120 FPS. ...


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Just to identify some issues with your setup: Power supply: The whole thing should run 24/7, so a low power profile would be good to not drain the car battery too much. Running it at night requires an IR LED to be on. Being able to see 20m would require this LED to be insanely bright, hence not very low-power. If you want to use only street lights, ...


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If you've got a phone, this might work for you. Moustache recommended, but sold separately. The camera should be mountable either on a lightweight hat or strapped around the upper chest of a runner Not sure if it's a hat... It looks more like a... Freaky headband used to brainwash people, and slow your fellow runners. The price should be under $50 $...


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Visit http://netatmo.com I love their "weather" station (I have 5 independent "weather" stations with a total of 13 additional add-on indoor modules - never even the smallest hiccup with any of them). I also have their "Presence" external camera at one site. It is mains powered & WiFi (only 2.4GHz) and when it works, it works wonderfully (HD, night IR, ...


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