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Re: Target camera?

Postby Fyodor » 08 Apr 2019 00

On an open sight connection as on a shooting range, wifi has some decent range. I've seen similar setups with a wifi repeater at half range that worked on 100 m (ca. 90 yds.).
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Re: Target camera?

Postby Ranch Dog » 09 Apr 2019 06

My Caldwell works out at my 300-yard berm without the repeater that was included.
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Re: Target camera?

Postby EugeneNine » 09 Apr 2019 17

Testing with my son's cheap 'action camera' it will focus if held up to binoculars. so it appears just making a mount would suffice.
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Re: Target camera?

Postby EugeneNine » 06 Jun 2019 17

Came up with another idea today. I have a few raspberry Pi's and the cameras for them, should be able to throw a camera on one and small battery and stream the image wifi. The cheap wifi in my house can go a couple blocks without any decent antennas, throwing a cantenna on them would help range.
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