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Old December 29th, 2005, 01:00 AM   #1
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wireless feed to a projector..

I am offered to do a double projector set up for a memorial service.
they want to seat the crowed in 2 rooms that are a bit far from each other.
can you guys suggest an easy way to have the camera send a wireless signal to the projector?
if not what is the logest composit cable i can get to do this?
I also need to connect a DVD player to both projectors but i beleive taking the cable off from camera and hooking it up to the dvd player is the only way once i get it set up.

how much should i charge for this gig?
I will have to set up 2 projectors, a seperate sound for each plus the dvd player and shoot about 3-4 hours.
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Old December 29th, 2005, 06:50 AM   #2
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For standard video i bought a video transmitter.

It works ok even between rooms but it is only standard video and the quality suffers a little. The one i bought sells for $150 or so but i found a nice deal on it for $30.

There are more expensive professional solutions of course as well.

i bought it because it was a nice deal and it allows me to show live feed from the camera somewhere else for not much money
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