Trail Camera Kits

trail camera kits
    trail camera
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trail camera kits - Leupold RCX-1
Leupold RCX-1 8MP Trail Camera
Leupold RCX-1 8MP Trail Camera
The Leupold RCX-1 8 Megapixel Trail Camera gets you in touch with your favorite hunting spots like never before. With the RCX-1 from Leupold, you can observe game and wildlife at a later time. Using the Leupold RCX1 Trail Camera, you can see what types of animals are roaming the area and more importantly, what time of the day they most frequently appear.The RCX system allows you to use the handheld USB controller with 3" display screen to download and view images from the trail cam without having to remove memory cards. This means you can check what your RCX1 8MP Camera has captured right in your hunting grounds, instead of having to take them back home to your computer to check.A trail camera can prove to be one of the most valuable tools a hunter has, allowing advanced planning and strategy for your next hunting trip.

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The Cloud Trails of Yesteryear
The Cloud Trails of Yesteryear
** Fort Lytton National Park, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia ** This afternoon, there is another beautiful sunset, and I miss it as I left the memory card in the puta - BOLLOCKS! I return home, kicking my butt as I go ... but think, with the sky so clear, tonight maybe conditions could be right for my second star trail attempt. Early this evening, we go out for a drive.... the night is clear and beautiful... the Southern Cross can be plainly seen, along with all those other amazing star formations... twinking up there in the sky.... forever winking at all on earth... We have some dinner, watch a movie and then think, it's time! I walk out with 'the kit'.... it's clear on the north east... but the clouds are coming from the south west. Hmmm.... what to do? Go anyway! The race is on.... me, the goddess of all punks versus mother nature and her clouds... BRING IT ON LADY! After much fluffing around to find some interesting foreground, I set up the camera.... 5 mins later, the clouds have blown right through my shot... Bear and I talk about it for a while and in my disappointment, said to him... "fark it, my shot is shot to shit ... let's pack it up and go home!" hehe. I turn the cable release off, look through the viewfinder and got this!!!! 9 minute exposure, F10, ISO 200. Normally.... this would result in utter failure..... But I think I got lucky! I am stoked with this effect... wasn't what I was chasing but I'm happy. I can get a star trail any other night... The movement from these clouds was so beautiful.... There was a lot of light polution from a massive container ship, lit up brightly in dock nearby at the Port of Brisbane - in this instance, I think it has worked very nicely to our advantage. I added a little light to the bunker post-edit but otherwise, this image is straight out of my Nikon baby. For those that know me... yes, it's another Fort photo. And no, I did not have to go far.... but I did have to go out in the cold, and get my knees and legs wet while I got the camera that low to the grass to get the angle I wanted.... Ok?! I got dirty people! hehe... that's gotta count for somethin?! So... I'm happy Mother Nature won this race.... tonight, I am happy to concede defeat.
Star Trails 005
Star Trails 005
My first attempts at shooting star trails. Taken at the Canyon Point Campground near Forest Lakes, Arizona. There was no moon, and the Milky Way was quite visible. There were some lights on at a nearby campsite which created a little glow near the bottom of the shot. I used a Nikon D5000 with the kit lens (Nikkor 1:3.5-5.6) in manual focus mode at 18mm. Total exposure time was 55 minutes, ISO 200 with EV -1.0 (this camera does not have ISO 100), aperture at F/5.6. Tripod mounted. Shot in RAW format, processed in Paintshop Pro (just tweaked the contrast and sharpened slightly). Applied noise reduction..

trail camera kits
trail camera kits
New Leupold&Stevens Inc Rcx-1 Trail Camera System Kit 8 Mega Pixels Lens Angle 54 Degree Video
Leupolds RCX Trail Camera System is the most user-friendly, plug and play system ever developed. In its factory-shipped mode, you can just take it out of the box, insert eight "AA" batteries and SD card, turn it on, hank it on a tree, and you're taking pictures. Leupold also gives you a whole host of programming options and choices to tailor your RCX specificially to your needs and geographic region. The user-interface is push button easy and extremely intuitive, taking you step-by-step through each program setting. With the RCX, you choose how simple or advanced you want your trail camera system to be best of all, everything happens in real time and right in the field. Includes 1 RCX-1 camera, one USB Controller/Viewer, 12-volt cable, car adapter, home adapter, USB cable, AA Battery pack cartridge tray (batteries not included), Lithium-ion battery for Controller/Viewer, six hex standoffs for mounting, and mounting strap. Trigger Speed: Less than 1-.

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