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I was at Home Depot this morning and they had a Milwaukee inspection camera on display! Looks like there is going to more competition in the camera industry!!!
You will find it under cordless tools http://www.cpomilwaukee.com
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What type of camera? is it like a micro or a full size sea snake?
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like the micro and explorer with some features of both. I started a thread a while back about the ridgid explorer and wonder if by the lack of comments, that the fanfare has died down for this type of equipment. Or.........maybe you guys were just trying to tell me something.
From what I read about the Milwaukee the LCD display is both larger and runs at higher resolution than with the Ridgid SeeSnake Micro. As for other features, I really think people need to try both of them out before buying either.
Ridgid VS Milwaukee's basic model
Both use 4 AA Alkaline cells for power. The Ridgid has a 2.4" LCD display and runs at 160 x 234 resolution. The Milwaukee (both versions) have a 2.7" LCD display and run at 320 x 240 resolution. This would imply that the Ridgid has a portrait style display and the Milwaukee a landscape type. The higher resolution on the Milwaukee should give a nicer image.
milwaukee will get shut down in sales when ridgid releases the micro explorer-look up the specs on the microexplorer-- it will be UNTOUCHABLE when it hits the supply houses---wait and see
The micro explorer has all kinds of great features, but isn't even in the same league regarding price point though. The Milwaukee is clearly competing against the current micro SeeSnake not the explorer.
The Milwaukee does have the advantage of sharing a battery with some new plumbing specific products coming out. A Copper Tube Cutter, Hackzall and some other tool they are aiming directly to compete with Ridgid. The M-spector doesn't hold a candle to the new Explorer, actually I don't think it's as good as the Micro but they are targeting plumbing & HVAC no question.