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). Color: Epic Camouflage. Dimensions: 7.5" high x 4.5" wide x 3" deep.
Manufacturer model #: TV1012.
Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 13
Rated 4 out of 5 by lorneshive really nice camera
This camera compared to the last few I have owned.. (Cuddeback.. Wildgame.. Primos..and Moultrie) has really surprised me... The battery life has been AWESOME!! 2 months & still shows FULL battery.. Man thats a winner in my book..
Now as for the pictures.. it takes good pictures but some of the wildgame cameras have produced a little better picture... this camera needs to be an 8MP or higher.. it would really have a better quality of pics.. (obviously higher MP would give you a better quality of pics... but you get what I am saying)
Overall these cameras are great so far.. trigger speed is very responsive and for the price.. you cant go wrong!! Hope this helps..
August 14, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by TrailRanger Nice Camera But....
There is NO flash!! Which is awesome...Very nice camera but it would be nice if the batteries loaded from the TOP of the unit...but overall ease of use and quality of pics is very good...I wouldnt listen (read) of others that dont know HOW to setup or use a trail camera. I have had no problems and would buy more of these...It would to order the Extenda pack battery ...but Bass doesnt stock em....and finding it elsewhere seems to be limited...kinda frustrating....
August 10, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5
by KRiehle I've seen better
Bought this camera to check out my second hunting area since my other two cameras are at another spot. Set it up by a water hole knowing I would get several pics of the deer in the area. Checked on it the next day and had a few night pics that were not that great but knew that at night it only takes 1.3 MP pics at night so I reset it hoping for some better day pics. Went back today and had several new pics including some day time pics. It says it takes 5 mp during the day (1.3 - 5 depending on how you set it up) and needles to say I am not impressed at all. Pictures are very grainy and seem like there is a white flash with them.
I would highly suggest getting a Primos Truth Cam 46. Cheaper price and much, much better pics.
August 10, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Deerhunter920 poor trigger timer
i purchased this camera and have been disappointed ever since. the camera takes pictures when it wants, not when the animals are in front of it. i set this up in my yard for testing purposes and was very discouraged when i walk directly to the camera from 50 feet away, most of the time it does not snap a picture or start recording a video until i am in front of it opening the door of the camera. i also tested it by walking back and forth 15 feet in front of it and the camera did not always take a picture or it took the picture of me as i was leaving the area. the delay is also a issue i set it for 10 second delay and my actual delay was anywhere fron 8 seconds to 2 minutes. the same for the other delay settings. worked with their customer service(which was the best ever) they replaced the camera right away. when i setup the replacement. i got the same results. also the picture quality is pretty grainy. it just seems to me that you get what you pay for. it appears that you need to purchase the spendy cameras to get the pictures/video you want. bottom line is if you want pictures of your animals, buy a better product!!
August 2, 2012
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