Question about Vision Home Security
Posted by Anonymous on
I have Astak wireless cameras, that have a receiver, that has A/V "out" ports, that I plug into the A/V "in" ports on a small monitor. If your laptop has A/V "in" ports, you can do it. Plus you need long cables, depending on how far away your receiver is. If you had Foscam wireless security cameras, you could do it wireless to your laptop. No cable needed.
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