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Product description

Feature:
1. With passive infrared sensors, each detected wild amimals movement will be documented in real time and you are guaranteed to never miss any shot.
2. IP66, sturdy case protects your hunting camera from rain and dust damage. And it also could work in environments like desert or tropical rain forest.
3. Comes with a threaded tripod and mounting strap, is easy to install and operate this trail camera, to better meet your trail needs.
4. 16 megapixels resolution with 48pcs IR LEDS, and 20m IR range, also support 0.5s quick trigger time and six months long time stand‑by.
5. Small size, light weight, easy to carry, can bring more convenience to your shooting work, high‑quality ABS material, hard and durable, also has long service life.


Specification:


Condition: 100% Brand New

Item Type: Trail Camera
Material: ABS
Color: As the Picture Shown
Image Sensor: 4.0MP CMOS Sensor
Trigger Time: 0.5s
Photo Resolution: 16MP, 12MP, 8MP, 5MP
Infrared LED: 2 (940nm)
Infrared Range: Approx. 15-20m/16-21yd
Sensor Field of View Angle: 90°
View Screen: 2.0in TFT Color LCD
PIR Sensitivity: Medium/ Low/ High
Human Body Sensing Distance: Approx. 15-25m/16-27yd
Passive Infrared Angle: 120°
PIR Delay: 2s-30mins, programmable
Picture Format: JPEG
Video Resolution: 1080p (1920 x 1080) 30fps, 720P (1280 x 720) 30fps, VGA 640 x 320
Video Format: AVI
Video Length: 10s-5mins, Programmable
Photo Series: Continuous Shooting 1-3 Photos in 3 Seconds
Camera + Vdeo: Yes
Playback Zoom: 2x, 3x, 4x.8x.16x
Time Passing: Yes
Prompt Tone: on/off
Storage: Memory Card, up to 32GB (Not Included)
Working Power Battery: 6V; DC: 6V
External: DC 6V
Standby Time: 4-6 months (4×AA - 8×AA)
Function: Video/ Photo/ Play/ Settin






















POCREATION Wildlife Animal Camera, Comes with a Threaded Tripod

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