Anyone have experience with this car. It's definitely older technology from circa 2004 and even nowadays quite pricey at about $250 but what do you think of it? Although not HD, is video decent under various lighting conditions? Though no sound, was a sound adapter ever made for it? Also, was camera capable of being remotely controlled for direction, etc. or was it fixed? Was it just an expensive gimmick or did you find it to have wothwhile uses? It only appeared in K-Line catalogs for three years. Anyone know how many units were manufactured during its lifespan?
Any of you forumites experiment and try kitbashing your own less expensive version of a video car that's more than just a compact digital camera somehow affixed to a railcar or engine? Am I correct in that the major shortcoming of simply placing a digital camera on your train is that while you can record for later playback, you unfortunately can't transmit live?