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Cuddeback Capture IR Game Scouting Camera
Get color pictures during the day and black-and-white infrared pictures at night – without a loss of image quality – with the Cuddeback Capture IR. You get 3.0-megapixel images, both day and night, and more than 1,000 images per single set of four D batteries (not included). A 25-ft. infrared illumination range produces clear pictures of nocturnal activity. The Capture IR brings in the features of the Capture including "Super Simple Setup" and the revolutionary Hair trigger. The innovative Rotary Switch programming makes setup as simple as setting an alarm clock. Test mode determines detection zone and five delay settings let you decide how long there is between camera shots, from 30 seconds to 30 minutes. SD card slot for expanded image storage (sold separately). Weatherproof housing features 3-D Reality camo. Features: - Color pictures during the day - Black-and-white infrared pictures at night - 25-ft. infrared illumination range - Super simple setup - Weatherproof housing - Hair trigger - Please read instructions to put the batteries in correctly.(included)81% (15)
Enhance your hunting excursions with this game scouting camera from Cuddeback. Like other Cuddeback cameras, the Capture IR is designed with what the company calls Centered Subject Technology, which yields more centered photos and fewer noses, fewer tails, and fewer blank images. This is a result of fast trigger speed combined with other proprietary technologies.
The camera produces 5-megapixel color images by day and 1.3-megapixel infrared images by night, so that there is no flash to spook the deer. The daytime flash range is 40 feet. The Capture IR's trigger speed is more than twice as fast as those of previous Cuddeback models. The camera features a compact design and weatherproof housing for extra durability. Images include date and time stamps.
Centered subject technology
Trigger speed: Hair trigger (less than 1/3 second)
Battery life: Extra-long
Time of operation: 24 hour
Delays: 30 seconds/30 minutes
Operation: Rotary switch
3-D Reality Camo housing
Tree attachment: Strap
All new Cuddeback products feature a one-year warranty, and registration is not required. Factory reconditioned products are warranted for six months. A valid sales receipt is required to validate your warranty.
Note: If you do not have a sales receipt, Cuddeback may be able to help validate your warranty. All Cuddeback products feature an Activation Date that permanently saves the day the camera was purchased. Cuddeback cameras also record the number of days the camera has been operating and how many images the camera has taken. The company can use this data to help determine if your product is in warranty.
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orion widefield. taken from the LP capital of the world: oakland, CA. canon 50d (unmodified) and canon 50mm f/1.2L lens, mounted on an orion sky view pro. astronomik CLS clip-in fliter. polar alignment using orion spotting scope. unguided. night 1: 1m45s x 62f at ISO640 and f/3.2. 1h48m total. night 2: 1m45s x 58f at ISO800 and f/5. 1h38m total. night 1 and night 2 individually stacked in deepskystacker using auto-adaptive weighted average. 20 bias frames and 20 darks each. then, night 1 final image and night 2 final image stacked together using average mode, for a total of 3h26min. postprocessing in pixinsight 1.5: - automatic background extraction to take care of a wicked sky gradient. - deconvolution - noise reduction - 6 separate histogram stretches then, image fusion of the 6 stretches using enfuse. this step is needed because M42 is so bright that it is completely blown out when the image is stretched enough to bring out barnard's loop. final tweaks in lightroom 2.0; a little bit of color balancing and contrast adjustments. lastly another run at noise reduction in noise ninja. if i knew how to use pixinsight better this would probably not be necessary. notes: this is kind of weak sauce and likely what you could get in just a few minutes of imaging from a dark site. also i should probably get a camera with the IR cut filter removed... on night 1 i was anxious to get going since orion only clears the roof of my house about 11:30pm these days. i meant to shoot more to the left to pick up all of barnard's loop, but it was still obscured by my house. it turns out that either i have a bad copy of this lens, or its just not well suited for astrophotography. even stopped down from its native f/1.2 to f/3.2, there is still a LOT of red CA. i may have been slightly misfocused as well. luckily it's just a rental, as it is a very expensive lens. so on night 2 i stopped down to f/5, but cranked the ISO. the CA was reduced, but it's still there. i probably should have gone for longer exposures too. the only problem is that there's so much skyglow that i could probably only do 3 minutes tops even at f/5 without overexposing the bottom of the image. having said all of that i'm sort of amazed to see the slightest bit of witch head goin' on over there. i'll probably continue to work on this widefield over the coming months.IR Visions - MG 1484
Me, as seen by the Airbus A400M thermal camera, while taking a picture of the LCD display connected to the camera. Shot with a Canon EOS 5D Mark II (mine) and an EF 70-200 f/2.8 L IS USM (rental).
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