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Reversing Camera Wireless

reversing camera wireless
    reversing camera
  • A backup camera is a special type of video camera that is produced specifically for the purpose of being attached to the rear of a vehicle to aid in backing up. Backup cameras are alternatively known as 'reversing cameras' or 'rear view cameras'.
  • radio: medium for communication
  • having no wires; "a wireless security system"
  • Lacking or not requiring wires
  • transmission by radio waves
reversing camera wireless - 9 Led
9 Led Car Rear View Reversing Camera+drill
9 Led Car Rear View Reversing Camera+drill
This is a night vision car camera used primarily in car reversing when connected to rear view monitor, providing guard, security and high quality image. Power saving, portable, waterproof, easy to install and use. ? 100% brand new, high quality High-definition and wide viewing angles There are 9 infrared LED'S night vision Connected with your in-Car DVD Player or Rear View Mirror or GPS Waterproof, can work in inclement weather * Image device:1/4-inch color CMOS OV7950 TV system: NTSC / PAL Effective pixels: PAL: 628 x 586 pixels NTSC: 510 x 496pixels Sensing area: 5.87mm x 4.19mm * Sync. System: internal Resolution: 420 TV lines Minimum illumination: 3Lux/F1.2 * Lens: 3.6mm * Lens angle: 135°~170° Electronic shutter: 1/60-1/15,000 seconds Video output: RCA connector, 1.0vp-p, 75ohm Current consumption: 90ma * Power supply: 12V DC * Size: 28mm (Diameter) x 42mm (height) * Color: Black * Weight: 70g * video Cable length: 5m * Power cord length: 1.2m Package Includes: * 1x 9 LED Car Rear View IR Reversing Night Vision Camera * 1x 5m (16ft )video cable * 1x 1.2 m ( 4ft )power cable * 1x hole saw

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I became curious whether I could reverse-engineer and recreate the IR signal that my ST-E2 wireless flash transmitter produces. So, I put a photosensor on my roommate's oscilliscope to see what I could find. His scope isn't quite up to the job. It's an older analog scope, with no memory. So I ended up setting up my camera in front of it to try and record the trace. Here's the result. I tried a bunch of different settings, but there's still more experimenting to be done. Each successful capture takes about 5 tries, to get everything aligned right. The scope here is set to 0.5V/div (not zeroed vertically), and 1ms/div. The photosensor pulls low when it sees light. Looks to me like pulse modulation, something like 64 bits, 10KHz. Of course, it has to be pulse modulation; the transmitter transmits by firing a little flashbulb. I think I might have enough here to recreate at least the signal for the pilot button. Tomorrow.
My Gear for 2010
My Gear for 2010
This is my Camera gear for this year... One thing which is not present is a Minolta 28mm f/2.8 lens I got to try Macro using reverse mounted lens. The AVR Butterfly DSLR remote is coming along nicely, as of now it has 1. Wired remote 2. Infra red remote (RC-1 clone, still in progress) 3. Immediate shutter control, focus, bulb mode 4. Intervalometer (1-sec to 24 hour intervals) 5. Countdown timer (1 sec to 24 hour countdown, and x number of shots after that) 7. Long exposure (1 sec to 24 hour) 6. Light sensor, (can take shots when light goes dark/bright from user selected level)

reversing camera wireless
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