National Geographic photographer Michael Nichols captures rarely seen wildlife behavior with specialized remote-camera systems. Our simplified all-weather cameras help you get similarly stealthy views of wildlife in your own backyard, day or night. Take multiple images, HD video, or both, triggered by animals’ heat and movement or programmed for time-lapse captures. The 100-foot infrared emitter produces “night vision” images without a startling flash. The 50-degree wide-angle lens increases the chance of getting a great shot of elusive wildlife. Other features include 24-hour operation, burst mode for multiple exposures, test mode to help set up your shot, adjustable time-out settings between activations, and time/date/moon phase stamps on each image. Accepts up to a 64-GB SD card (not included).
Mounting strap included. Eight AA batteries, not included. 4 1/4"W x 5 1/2"H x 2 7/8"D. 11 3/10 oz.
Dimensions: 4 1/4"W x 5 1/2"H x 2 7/8"D. Batteries required: 8 AA Trigger modes: Time lapse or IR sensor Video: 15, 30, or 60 seconds, with audio Zoom: None Infrared emitters: 42 "black" IR emitters Infrared range: 100 feet Infrared control: 40/30 Burst mode: 1, 3, or 9 images per trigger Timeout between triggers: 0-59 seconds/1-59 minutes Stamp: Time/date/moon phase/temperature SD card (not included): 64MB max Made in: China