Bushnell - Trophy Cam HD Essential Low Glow E3
Set your sights on success with Bushnell's very latest lead in model 119837 the Trophy Cam HD Essential E3 Low Glow 16mp.
This battery powered motion activated Bushnell Trail Camera records video and photo's to an SD card, easy to set up and great fun to use in the garden or out in the wild.
The Trophy Cam Essential E3 features a removable "ARD" anti-reflection LED cover, a strengthened cable lock channel and an improved latch for maximum security and ruggedness. Inside is a stunning 16MP (megapixel) camera with a fast 0.3-second trigger speed, an LCD display screen for menu set-up functions,battery life indicator and SD card image / memory countdown.
Full colour images by day and Infrared (IR) black and white images by night. 32 high powered IR Low Glow LED's give a Hyper Night Vision range of up to 100ft, infrared is invisible to the eye so no flash is omitted. A "Low Glow" infrared glare may be seen if looking directly at the camera LED's in complete darkness.
The Bushnell camera PIR sensor has been improved to detect movement up to 100ft away. The Auto PIR sensitivity monitors ambient temperature conditions and then automatically adjusts the sensor trigger signal to be more sensitive to slight variations in temperature on hot days, less sensitive on cold days.
The Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Essential 119837 offers a variety of adjustable camera settings that can provide from one to three images per trigger, or anywhere from 5 - 60 seconds of HD video during the day and up to 15 seconds at night. An adjustable trigger delay from one second to 60 minutes is also an option. This Bushnell Camera produces high quality images up to 16 megapixel with full-color resolution and an automatic day/night sensor to ensure you won't miss that picture perfect shot. The Trophy Cam Essential E3 also features a stunning 720p HD Video capture with Audio, and a Time-Lapse (field scan) mode. Field Scan allows you to take regular still images of a particular project over hours, days or weeks, you can then stitch them all together to make a fast forward (start to finish) movie.