Wireless Camera Hunter makes spying fun
If you thought Billy Baldwin had a pretty sweet setup in Sliver, but you don't have the time nor the funds to build your own monitor-filled "observatory," then a product called the Wireless Camera Hunter may be just the ticket to feeding your voyeuristic jones. Sporting two antennae and a 2.5-inch TFT LCD for maximum peeping enjoyment, the WCH DD9000 is a video Walkman-sized device that scans the airwaves for wireless video transmissions in the 900MHz to 2.52GHz range, and locks in on any usable signals within 500 feet. For $500, it would be nice to get some rechargeable batteries instead of having to use your own AAs with this model, but sometimes you have to sacrifice the little things for the greater good of spying on your friends and neighbors.
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