National Geographic photographer Michael Nichols takes images of rarely seen wildlife behavior with specialized remote-camera systems. Our simplified all-weather cameras capture multiple images of backyard wildlife, either triggered by heat and movement or programmed for time-lapse captures. Equipped with a 50-degree wide-angle lens, a 50-foot infrared emitter (which doesn’t startle animals like a flash and produces “night vision” images), and test mode. Feature 24-hour operation, burst mode for multiple exposures, adjustable time-out settings between activations, HD video capability, and time/date/moon phase stamps on each image. SD card slot accepts up to a 32-GB card (not included) for thousands of images.
5" H x 4" W x 2.25" D. Eight AA batteries, not included. Includes mounting strap.
Dimensions: 5" H x 4" W x 2.25" D Batteries required: 8 AA Trigger modes: Time lapse or IR sensor Video: 15, 30, or 60 seconds, with audio Zoom: None Infrared emitters: 40 Infrared range: 50 feet Infrared control: 40/30 Burst mode: 1,3, or 9 images per trigger Timeout between triggers: 20-second, 1-, 5-, or 10-minute Stamp: Time/date/moon phase/temperature SD card (not included): 32MB max Made in: China