IPVMU Certified | 01/11/13 07:10pm
It's the world's smallest public view monitor! Genius!
FLIR Security | 01/12/13 08:32pm
That thing can't be recording anything.... if that is a consumer handicam, what could the recording capacity even be? 30 minutes to miniDV disc?
Maybe they just turn it on when passengers are boarding. I can't figure out the point of this. It must be hard to search/retrieve and it can't be accessed remotely. Still, there must be some rationale?
Someone's very poor attempt at a spy cam?
I found an even OLDER consumer cam used for surveillance over the weekend.
What looks like yellow cord used to tie the camera to the framing is actually its cable(s). It seems that this is actually running back to another recorder, because it looked like there were power and signal cables connected. It could've been a fake-out though. I actually wouldn't be surprised if it were completely fake.
What better use of a camcorder found on the lost luggage...
IPVMU Certified | 03/03/13 09:26pm
Some camcorders have some pretty impressive low light and WDR performance. Combine it with an HDMI encoder (like this: http://h264video.com/H264VIDEO/Support_files/ANT4000_flyer_std.pdf), and it could work with most VMS's.
If it is a camera that needs to be frequently re-aimed, then the viewport would be handy.
Not saying I would do it, but I wouldn't immediately right it off as crazy without a bit more investigation.