Download high-resolution photos or video right in the field
Expand system with additional RCX-1 or RCX-2 cameras
10.0 MP picture resolution
54º lens angle
48 IR LEDs
Less than one-second trigger
Lock-down security plate
The hub of this system is the portable RCX Controller/Viewer, which plugs into the USB jack of each camera to give you complete control of your system. Get real-time alignment of the camera’s viewing angle, instant access to all program settings, and all of the images that have been captured. Download high-resolution photos (color or infrared) and video right in the field, without making multiple trips to and from your home or truck to check SD cards. Once you own one Camera and Controller System, just buy additional RCX-1 or RCX-2 cameras (sold separately) to expand your arsenal. 10.0 MP picture resolution, 54º lens angle, 45'–90' range, 48 IR LEDs, Video/Audio, less than one-second trigger.
System includes RXC2 Camera (runs on eight AA lithium batteries, not included), AA battery cartridge tray, USB RCX Viewer/Controller (runs on lithium-ion battery, included), lock-down security plate, 12V cable, car/home adapters, USB cable, hex standoffs, and mounting strap.
Manufacturer model #: 112202.
Leupold® RCX-2 Digital Trail Camera sold separately and can be found through item search for item number 38-404-610-00
Leupold® RCX-1 Digital Trail Camera sold separately and can be found through item search for item number 38-404-608-00
Rated 2 out of 5 by Mountainman69 DISAPPOINTED!!!
I really wanted to like this camera because it does have some neat features like being able to see what the camera is seeing in the portable controller. However, I had nothing but problems with two of these cameras. The night video quality is poor and now both cameras don't even take night pictures or video after one week, even when set on 24hrs. I called Leupold's customer service, they were nice but none of their recommendations fixed the problem for either camera......NOT WORTH THE MONEY, SEVERLY DISAPPOINTED TO SAY THE LEAST!!! Not sure I will ever buy another Leupold product ever again.
August 15, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by travel6727 terrible
I have several of these cameras and have had trouble with all. sending another one back for repair. save yourself some grief. Leopould will repair over and over but it is not worth it.
July 23, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Sean46 So So
Used this camera for a few weeks at my bear bait and although I got constant hits and harvested the first night I never got a single pic or video. Been using it a few days in moderately cold weather ( -8 C ) and all of the top half of the video is blacked out. Pic and video quality is great when it works properly.
February 24, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by FireFighter308 Disappointed
I bought this camera a few months back. I took it to a new hunting spot (2 hours from my house) that I was scouting. I left it there for a week went back and no pics. I tried calling tech support while in the field, but it being a weekend they were not in. I waited till monday and called tech support made some custom setting and left it for another week. Went back and had a few pics. Didn't think it was capturing all the pics so I put up an old one next to it just to run a test. Left it there for 2 weeks come back and this camera had no pics. The other one had over 1000. I made some changes again giving it one more try. Went back during deer season and checked it daily with no pics but plenty on the other one. I brought the good one home to change out batteries. I went back down to get this one off the tree and return it but as you can see below a python cable lock does not help when the person has a chainsaw. I am going to use my giftcards from christmas this year to buy a diferent camera.
January 9, 2012
That depends on how you aim the camera and how close the birds will get. I get plenty of birds eating at my feeders on the ground so I would say it would work well. You can't point the camera east or west because the sun will skew the sensor and you will have many washed out photos. You also need a solid tree or post to mount it to because the wind will cause the camera to take photos because it fools the sensor into detecting fake motion. If you have a bird feeder or something similar to attract birds it would work well as long as it's pretty close, less than 30 ft or so. You could even mount a feeder and perch right in front of the camera just a couple feet and you could get very close pictures. Sometimes I get squirrels climbing on the tree and they are right in the lens but that close they are blurry. 3 ft away would take a good picture.
It's not listed on the Moultrie website but I have had experience from over 100 degrees F down to below freezing. It will probably work outside of the range of your batteries so you have nothing to worry about. If your battery can perform in ultra cold conditions then the camera will.
This Camera can handle below freezing temperatures. However, Leupold does recommend that you use Ultimate Lithium batteries during these temperature conditions. Alkaline batteries can leak and damage the camera if left unattended for extended periods, especially during below freezing temperatures. Thank you!