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Jan 23, 2009
, 09:09 AM
Ready Made RC, LLC
Lewis Center, OH
Joined Jun 2006
OK, a few options here:
You could do the
that is known to handle video dropouts OK. It's not high def if you want to actually use it as a camcorder, but it would work in this situation. You would need to buy the
in this case. I did see someone mention that when using a video amplifier/splitter that they didn't get dropouts on the A-HD+, but I don't know that I trust that before testing it out myself. It sounds like you can still see the video, it just stops recording otherwise, so that's still an option.
You could do
which does not have a screen, but you also wouldn't need a video splitter since it passes the video through and an SD card or mini hard drive.. You could also get an
external video screen
for backup viewing if there's problems with the goggles, but then you'd need the video splitter.
I'm sure there are other options, but those seem to be some of the better ones.
Let me know which way you want to go and I'll adjust the price.