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These links are compiled from the information provided by forum members. If you would like to contribute to this list then please post to this thread with your information. The links that are provided must fit within the scope of the RC-CAM forum. Vendors can submit their links here too. Lastly, please report any dead URL's.

Vendors or members that submit information for this comprehensive list should include the vendor's URL and a short description of their equipment or service (30 words or less).


http://acetechnologies.8bit.co.uk: Ace Technologies wireless cameras. Anyone who orders from this forum will get a 15% discount on the product.

http://www.BlackWidowAV.com: Aerial Video Systems and accessories that are high quality and affordable.

http://www.BoosterVision.com: License-Free "GearCam" and Ham video systems, antennas and cameras.

http://www.hicam.com.au: Hi Cam - Aerial Video Systems. Tiny 4.8 volt CCD-based system with protective housings and other RC-friendly features.

http://www.kern-electronic.de: German company offering 2.4 GHz video/audio systems plus accessories and very interesting video glasses. Among others a 3g - 10mW video transmitter.

http://www.lincolnskycam.co.uk: aerial photography using robbe futura based in lincolnshire england.

http://www.radio-modules.com: Low cost 2.4Ghz Video Modules from the U.K.

http://www.rcatsystems.com: R/C 11ch Telemetry System, Electronics, & Specialty items.

http://www.rc-cam.co.uk: A ready to fly camera system! (Note: not affiliated with www.rc-cam.com or this forum).

http://www.RCHeliCam.com: Full Pan/Tilt Unit taking Stills and Videos from a Raptor 30. "Aces Are Wild"

http://www.remotei.com: remote-i - UAV/UCAV/RPV and Camera Mount System. Research, Development, and Design of Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicles, Pro Remote Piloted Rotorcraft and Intelligently Designed Camera Mount System.

http://www.rc-tech.ch: Ready-made wireless video kits, 4-way R/C camera switches, and very soon a gyro-based head tracking system. Based in Europe.

http://super-cam.com: Tiny wireless TV camera and LCD monitor/receiver. All battery operated. A/V output can be videotaped on a camcorder.

http://www.vtq.de: German company selling a very wide range of transmitting equipment plus assessories including encrypting.

http://www.videologyinc.com/glossary/toc.html: Video camera supplier. The link is to their camera lens handbook.

http://www.WirelessVideoCameras.com: Airborne Video Systems & Virtual Reality Glasses.

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