Trail Camera Viewer

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trail camera viewer - Bushnell 5.0
Bushnell 5.0 MP Trophy Cam Trail Camera with Color Viewer
Bushnell 5.0 MP Trophy Cam Trail Camera with Color Viewer
6" tall, 4" wide, and big enough to revolutionize the industry. Small enough to fit in your palm, and packed with technology that'll put your hands around antlers like no other trail camera on the market. Along with efficiency of space-carry a whole fleet of Trophy Cams to your hunting grounds in a daypack-the battery life and trigger speed are among the best in the world today. They'll run up to six months on a single se of AA batteries. And the PIR sensor has a coverage area 3x that of any camera we've built to date, with a trigger time consistently less than one second. They won't alert game animals thans to 24 night vision LEDs. Select up to three rapid-fire images per trigger, or a 0 to 60 second interval between photos. Plus, an optional built-in color viewer gives you an instant look at what's passed by. High/low resolution settings capture your choice 3MP or 5MP images.

Hawk Mountain -07
Hawk Mountain -07
* Much of the trail was rocky and slightly inclined * It was such a beautiful day that staying indoors just didn't seem right. Neighbor's Gene and Rita suggested we join them for a visit to Hawk Mountain Sanctuary so we grabbed our camera gear and were off. This was an October Sunday so, as expected, it was pretty crowded. We hiked the trail and stopped at each overlook and, like everyone else, searched the sky for birds. We could see them but any hope of photographing them was out of the question.... we simply do not have the kind of equipment needed for the job. Instead of photographing birds we decided to photograph people in the process of looking at them. A couple images to give the viewer a glimpse at the trails were also captured.
16. "Timber Trail", Artist: Martin Weekly, El Dorado Hills and Exeter, CA. Location: 161 No. E St. (2001). This mural painted in the impressionistic style invites the viewer into the scene with his use of light and color. The mule train and wagons transport logs to Atwell Mill, which is now a part of Sequoia National Park. Much of the lumber used for local building materials in the late 1800's came from Atwell Mill. Camouflaged in this mural are a quilt, a camera, an American flag and the name Walter Weekly, father of the artist.
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trail camera viewer
Bushnell 8MP Trophy Cam Black Ops Trail Camera With Viewer
The Bushnell Trophy Cam offers 8 MP high-quality full color resolution. This Trophy Camâ„¢ is super-tuned with advancements that will turn the industry, and that big deer, on its ear. Its still leading the way with up to 1-year battery life and 1-second trigger speed, plus now gives you the big picture of game movement with Field Scan time-lapse technology. New time-lapse technology automatically snaps images at present intervals of one minute to one hour, within the hours of your choice. Field Scan provides long-range observation of your hunting ground and a much larger coverage area, because it's not triggered by game. It's like glassing your spot without having to be there. For a more vivid viewing experience, we've added audio record to the video mode. You can also record more images and video than ever thanks to 32GB SD card compatibility. The t temperature range is -5 to 140 degrees F. The PIR sensor is motion activated out to 45 feet (Low/Medium/High). Features adjustable web belt and 1/4-20 socket/SD card slot.

Compact yet loaded with features, the 3.5 by 5.5-inch 8-Megapixel Trophy Cam 119467C Trail Camera from Bushnell is your 24-hour eyes in the woods. The 119467C Trail Camera is able to capture high-quality, 8-megapixel, full color stills and HD video clips of up to 60 seconds--with audio . And, with the 119467C Trail Camera you view your images and HD videos in widescreen detail from the woods, thanks to its large 2.4-inch color image LCD display. In addition, the LCD screen's variable power "Zoom" mode allows you to zoom in on the image for greater detail.
Day and Night Functionality
Thanks to a low-glow black 40-LED flash that is invisible to game and other hunters, the 119467C Trail Camera can capture images in total darkness with a range of 36 feet. Meanwhile, the motion activated PIR sensor has a day/night range of 45 feet. As soon as the sensor is activated the camera snaps pictures or begins recording video with a fast two-second trigger speed. The camera is capable of taking high-definition videos with 1280x720 pixels of up to 60 seconds with audio recordings, 8-megapixel individual still images, and multi-frame images of up to three shots. Add in Field Scan Mode that uses time-lapse technology to take images automatically at preset time intervals, operating simultaneously with the motion activated camera functions, and you will dramatically increase your field coverage.
Designed for long scouting stints, the 119467C Trail Camera offers up to one year of battery life and can store plenty of images thanks to 32GB SD card compatibility. The camera mounts on any stationary object of your choosing with an adjustable web belt and a 1/4-20 socket. The weatherproof camera is designed to stay out in the field in all weather conditions, so that you can maximize your time in the field.

Time-lapse technology automatically snaps images at pre-set intervals so you can see game movement within a larger area.
Key Features and Specifications:
2.4-inch full-color LCD display
High-quality, 8-megapixel full-color image resolution
Invisible nighttime flash with 40 low-glow LEDs
Flash range: 36 feet
Temperature and moon phase stamp
Motion activated day/night PIR auto-sensor
PIR Sensor range: 45 feet
Adjustable PIR (Low/Medium/High)
Two second trigger speed
Programmable trigger interval: one second to 60 minutes
Multi-image mode: one to three images per trigger
HD Video: captures action with 1920x1080 pixels
Video Resolution: Widescreen, 1280x1080p
Videos also record audio
Video length: programmable from one to 60 seconds
Field Scan Time Lapse Mode with Simultaneous Live Trigger: takes images at pre-set intervals of one minute to 60 minutes, within the hours of your choice--at the same time as using the motion activated sensor.
Weatherproof construction prevents rain from soaking in
Temperature range: -5 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit
Mounts with adjustable web belt and 1/4-20 socket
SD card slot supports up to 32GB
Power: 4 to 12 AA batteries (not included); external power compatible
Battery Life: up to one year per batteries set
Dimensions: 3.5 by 5.5 inches
Model: 119467C
Optional built-in image viewer offers wide screen video and zoom viewing functions