Day 6 Outdoors PlotWatcher Pro HD Game Surveillance System
Unlike trail cams that trigger on short-range motion, the Day 6 Outdoors™ PlotWatcher® provides a timelapse video of a full day's activity across a defined area by capturing HD images taken as fast as every second. You can then review this video (in 3 minutes or less!) to track specific game movements and identify key travel patterns, including entry and exit points. The original PlotWatcher provides 84 hours of time-lapse video (7 days' coverage), but the PlotWatcher Pro kicks it up a notch with 10 times the battery life (3 months). Built-in 2.5'' LCD for on-board camera set-up, video aiming, camera status messages, and defined time-of-day for video start and stop. SD card storage up to 32GB (not included); includes GameFinder software. Runs on 8 AA batteries (not included).
Manufacturer model #: TLC-200-C.
- Provides a timelapse video of a full day's activity across a defined area
- Captures HD images as fast as every second
- 10 times the battery life of the original Plotwatcher (up to 3 months!)
- Built-in 2.5'' LCD
- Defined time-of-day for video start and stop
- Simple on-board setup
- 1280 x 720 resolution
- Includes GameFinder software
- Runs on 8 AA batteries (not included)
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Also, the camera takes pics only, but create a movie out of them. It is very effective and just as close to taking a movie as possible.
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like 5 acres? more? less?
Another rule of thumb is that you can typically see deer moving at 300 yards. You can identify whether you are looking at a buck at about 150 yards. You can count points on a buck at about 75 yards. These are rough generalizations, but might help. In addition, you can go to their web site at www.day6outdoors.com and look at the accessory lenses that they sell. There you will see some sample pictures taken with each lens that show you what you might see at a given distance and width.
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