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National Geographic photographer Michael Nichols uses these remote-camera systems to obtain remarkable images.NG yellow box

Digital Motion Detection Camera

Buy the Camera and SD Card for just $75.95

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National Geographic photographer Michael Nichols uses highly specialized remote-camera systems like this to obtain remarkable images of never-before-seen wildlife behavior.


Triggered by heat and movement, these simplified all-weather cameras take multiple images to capture backyard wildlife action.


These cameras will run for 21 days of continuous operation on one set of batteries.


  • Uses four 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

  • 60-degree wide-angle lens
  • Two test modes
  • AVI video capability
  • Camera will run for 21 days of 24-hour operation on one set of batteries.
  • Picture is activated by PIR (Passive Infrared) Sensor technology
  • Camera can start snapping photos from the moment motion or 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: 8 MB
  • 512 MB SD Card (not included) for extended memory
  • Operating environment: 14–104 degree Fahrenheit, 20–85% relative humidity
  • Download images to PC via software and USB cord (included)

  • Compatible with Windows 98/2000/ME/XP
  • Windows 98 users must install the included camera driver prior to connecting the USB cable.

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Digital Motion Detection Camera
 
5.0

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(14 of 15 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Good camera

By Jas the Tester

from SF

About Me Casual Photographer

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Pros

  • Can be used outdoors
  • Durable

Cons

  • Bulky
  • Can be damaged

Best Uses

  • Camping hiking
  • Travel

Comments about Digital Motion Detection Camera:

I used it for 3 months and had no problems with it.

  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

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