Hi Alex, Very good points of yours.
Our camera has a high reliability rate however, compared to some clone cams.
Our camera will stay powered on for 2-4 hours with a Duracell battery and up to 2 hours with an Energizer.
Like Terry posted, our Mini GearCam is designed for a low budget starting out but good working cam.
Terry points out others go for higher power but donít seem to care about the licenses. I have to, to keep from getting fined
We also sell CCD cameras and Hi-power 2.4ghz transmitters, but unlike some other USA sellers of non-FCC type accepted goods, we will only sell them for Ham use. It is not legal for a non-type accepted certified transmitter to be sold, offered for sale, or used in the USA unless for Ham, Government, or University use for experiments.
One look at the FCC violation webpage will show some surprising figures of notices of violation they served to some web resellers of transmitters you might even be familiar with.
I'm sorry I "swooped in" and started posting here, but noticed the images in the first post being pulled from my website so I thought I would see what was up.
And like I get into defending my stuff for the intention it was designed for. To be able to sell a product legally that people can use to get a very good value point of view video experience from.
Sorry for hi-jacking the thread