Victure IP66 waterproof shockproof wildlife camera helps you catch every mouvement of animals passing by this trail camera even at night with blazing trigger speed and extremely clear images and videos.
This camera can support Micro SD Memory Card (TF card) up to 32 GB, The speed requirement of Micro SD Memory Card is not slower than Class 6. A new memory card should be formatted in the camera before use!
Image sensor: 5.0 mega pixels, 1/4″ CMOS sensor
Photo resolution 12M, 8M, 5M, 3M, 1M
Screen: 262K colour; 2.4 inches LCD; 240 x 320 pixels
Recording medium: SD/SDHC memory cards up to 32GB (optional)
Video resolutions: 1920 x 1080 (30 fps), 1280 x 720 (30 fps),848 x 480 (30 fps), 640 x 480 (30 fps)
Lens: F=3.1; F/NO=2.6; FOV=73°; Auto IR ﬁlter
Effectiveness: Daytime: 1m – inﬁntive; Night time: 3m – 20m
Triggering distance: up to 20 metres
Triggering time: appro x 0.5 second
IR ﬂash: 24 infrared LEDs for night shots (range 20m)
Detection angle of sensors: 90°
Spray water protected: Yes (IP protection class66)
Storage formats Photo: JPEG; Video: AVI Motion JPEG
Connections: Mini USB 2.0 (USB and TV Out)
Power supply: 4x or 8x batteries type LR6 (AA); 4x or 8x NiMH batteries type LR6 (AA) with low self discharge; external 6V power supply, at least 1.5 A (not supplied) Standby time: approx6 months (with 8 batteries)
Dimensions: approx.136 (H) x 97 (B) x 67 (T) mm
1 x Hunting Camera
1 x Wall mount
1 x Mounting belt
1 x USB cable
1 x Instruction manual
I wanted some kind of security at the rear of my house but not being good at electrics I wanted something easy to install, ready to go straight away. I wanted night vision and a camera that takes videos and still pictures.
Looking through Amazon I found this trail camera, which appeared to be just what I was looking for. I had seen these on various TV programmes hunting Bigfoot or ghosts so I ordered one, well nothing ventured nothing gained I suppose. This unit costs £48.88 and is sold by Victure on Amazon.
I was pleasantly surprised by the size of the unit. It was a lot smaller than I thought it would be, probably about A5 size.
One of the less positive points is the fact that it takes 8 AA batteries. My tip would be to buy rechargeable batteries or you can always buy your batteries from a pound shop.
There is a bracket attached to the rear of the camera, which can be attached to your shed, fence, house etc or there is a strap, which means you can wrap it around something like a tree. It even comes with all the different screws you will need depending on what setup you go for. There are full instructions in the box as well as a quick start guide.
The unit takes a 32gb SD card and you can use either a micro SD card in an adapter or just a plain old SD card.
The camera has a switch for still photo or video mode.
When starting the camera the quick start guide shows you how to set it up quickly and easily. Once you have got it in the correct position it’s all done…simples!.
I’ve only just fitted this but it took no more than ten minutes!
Overall, I am very pleased with this camera as it does everything I was looking for.
You can buy one here: http://amzn.to/2EGlkU8