National Geographic photographer Michael Nichols uses specialized remote-camera systems to obtain images of rarely seen wildlife behavior. Triggered by heat and movement, our simplified all-weather cameras capture multiple images of backyard wildlife.
Our 5 megapixel camera takes color images day or night with the use of a flash. Equipped with a 50-degree wide-angle lens, an adjustable (on/off) 30-foot range flash, test modes, and 24 hour operation. Features a 1- to 20-minute pause time between activations, minimum focus of 5 feet, AVI video capability, time and date stamp, moon phase stamp, built-in 32MB memory, and an SD card slot for expanded memory.
Uses 4 C batteries (not included); external power jack accepts optional 12V battery kit (not included)
Approximately 5 3/4''W x 7 1/2''H x 2 1/2''D
5.0 megapixel image resolution
50-degree wide-angle lens
Daytime color and night images
Burst mode for multiple exposures
Time / date / moon phase stamping on images
AVI video capability 15/30/60 second clips
Picture is activated by PIR (Passive Infrared) Sensor technology
Camera can start snapping photos from the moment motion and heat is detected, day or night.
Viewing Range: 5 feet to Infinity
Detection Length: up to 30 feet
Flash Range: up to 30 feet
Built-in memory: 32 MB
SD memory card slot accepts up to 16GB (sold separately)
Compatible with Windows 98/2000/ME/XP
Windows 98 users must install the included camera driver prior to connecting the USB cable.
Comments about 5.0 Megapixel Digital Motion-detection Camera:
I had an earlier film version. Never really worked. Got a digital as a gift. Piece of junk. Photo quality is poor, if it even takes a photo. Batteries run down quickly. Didn't specify a certain type of memory card; when I called them, they told me the one I bought wasn't compatible. Definitely DO NOT RECOMMEND. [...]I live on acreage and have had it up on my trails.
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend