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I would like to use a wireless video camera, and watch live footage from it on my iPhone, iPad, or HP laptop. Now the catch is that I would like to do this in the woods while I am hunting with no internet access and no cellphone reception. My question is how do I accomplish this task and what do I need? Is there a way to generate some sort of wireless connection capable of feeding live video footage or even just still shot images from my camera to just one or all of my devices listed above? From what I understand (I could be wrong) is that Bluetooth can send data from point A to point B so to speak without an internet connection, however the range in order to do so is extremely limited. Is there a similar method with more range or is this task simply impossible to complete? Thanks
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Wikipedia: WiFi Direct

Google: "wifi direct"

Edited by SpywareDr, 11 October 2013 - 08:49 AM.

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