Big Game Eyecon® Black Widow® 5.0 MegaPixel Digital Trail Camera
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- Thin, low-profile design
- Completely undetectable flash
- Daytime: 1.3 - 5.0 MP photos; Nighttime: 1.3 MP photos
- Flash range: 50' (40' night range)
- Color in daytime; monochrome at night
- 1.2-second trigger speed
- Takes 15, 30, or 60 second videos (30 fps)
- Backlit LED screen
- Time, date, and moon phase
- Molded ABS construction with non-reflective finish
With a completely undetectable flash, 5.0 MP photos, and a 40' night range, the Eyecon Black Widow captures color in daytime and monochrome at night. Other features include 1.2-second trigger speed; takes 15, 30, or 60 second videos; backlit LED screen; and time, date, and moon phase. Requires SD card (not included) and six C-cell batteries (not included) or Eyecon Extenda-Life Battery Pack (not included). Dimensions: 7.5" high x 4.5" wide x 3" deep.
Manufacturer model #: TV1012.
Rated 3 out of 5 by 14
Rated 1 out of 5 by arleetrip Don't buy this piece of junk
Set this camera up under my carport right out of the box. After dark, walked around the yard for 5 min., then slowly walked directly at the camera. next morning, pulled the SD card. Daytime photos were blurry, night time photo were almost in distinguishable. Sent it back.
December 13, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Mooch48 Not too bad, but........
This camera takes great day time pictures but........wish it would take better low light pictures. Otherwise it a great camera and would tell a friend about it.
June 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5
by FishinNJ Great Cam
This camera is a great buy. Have had one for a year now without any problems as long as it faces north. The black flash will reveal antlers and noses regardless of what direction, but best pictures are facing north.
October 10, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by gbono Excellent Trail Camera
I've had this camera in the field now for a little over a month. Every two weeks I go back and swap out the card to review the pictures. The last time I took the card out I had 1671 pictures, all of which had animals on them. Not all deer, some were fox, racoons, and one animal i couldn't quite tell what it was.
I did have some white out pictures, but that is due to the animal bieng too close when the IR flash goes off.
Some tips I have learned that apply to all cameras, try to face them north due to the sunlight on the lens; you can get clearer pictures using a lower pixel setting,
I'm acutally happy with the camera.
October 1, 2012
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