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Old 02-02-2005, 05:58 AM
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yes, PVR's (Digital recorders) are being used as well, we use a PVR - digital recorder that will record 80+ hours from a single or up to 4 cameras plus 2 audio sources. They are becoming more and more available. In-expensive too.
Which one is that? - coming over to the Miami show from the UK and the exchange rate means prices are good for us at the moment!
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PM Nauti Kitty one of his companys is an awsome stereo business, that does headsets ,stereos, and flat screens and camara's. He has done work on the Predator Nor Tech and Lick This 46 Skater. Steve
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Which one is that? - coming over to the Miami show from the UK and the exchange rate means prices are good for us at the moment!



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Only 12.3 ounces
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Operates for up to 4 hours of video playback from the included rechargeable lithium-ion battery
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How much is something like this?
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How much is something like this?
recorder - 650
cameras - 150-400
mics - 25 - 100
configuration and install - ?
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I have also been starting to set up a system fotr the bike and boat you should look at this mount for the lipstick camera you just release the handle and it stays in place place it really high qualit and used to made by man frotto

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Here is the worlds smallest hard-drive based digital video recorder! It breaks new ground in performance, price and size.
Very nice - from the same site there is a solid state one that uses memory cards instead of a hard drive that would be more reliable in an offshore raceboat I think? PVR


It's more money, and I would need the waterproof box, and of course at least one bigger memory card so it would be very expensive!
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