Provides 3-image bursts; pre-set at 1 minute intervals
30' flash range
Includes mounting strap
Delivers quality 1.2–2.0 megapixel images, with embedded time/date/moon data on last frame
Easy one-switch setup
16 GB SD card slot
Auxiliary 12V power jack
Uses four C batteries
Your basic hard-working, digital flash trail cam, at a great price. Provides 3-image bursts; pre-set at 1 minute intervals ; 30' flash range. Includes mounting strap. Delivers quality 1.2–2.0 megapixel images, with embedded time/date/moon data on last frame. Easy one-switch setup; 16 GB SD card slot (card not included); auxiliary 12V power jack. Uses four C batteries (not included).
Rated 4 out of 5 by Wildman4000 Good camera for a good price
I have this camera for three years it works for what I'm using it for it even stand up against a black bear.
But the only thing I find wrong about it you have to put something behind it to get the proper pictures. Battery life it depends on the kind I have rechargeable batteries they last about 2 weeks but that's alright because I need a walk anyways but the solar panels work with it too and charges up your battery, I'm planning to get another one for another farm I hunt to see if I could see a buck on it for a change.
January 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by NYbronzeback14 Wildview Camera
WOW..... Impressive camera for the price. Simple to use and takes great pics. I've had more expensive cameras that lasted a couple of months and this is just as good. The trigger speed seams to be a little slow but other than that you can't beat it for the price.
September 30, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by bbdownpg Use 12 volts
I got this camera for a christmas gift. Right from the start I noticed the battery life issue. Info i got from the pictures was great and pic quality was good. Just put together an easy 12v battery fix that looks like it should solve my C battery drain issues. The glitch with the c batteries seems to be that 4 new batteries = 6.3 volts. When the batteries drop to 5.3 volts the low battery light comes on and it quits taking pictures. If it were lower, like 3 volts the battery life would last about 3 weeks.
April 19, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by troy89 great for the money
i bought this camera about 2 years ago and still have it and still works just as it did when i bought it....but...this camera if for still shots not very fast trigger speed but i do enjoy the test mode and how easy this thing is to use...the battery life on it is good lasts about 2 months with the right batteries...i have had no white out a few blank pics but very very very good cam for food plots...i say get it if you have a food plot and dont want to spend that much to see whats out there...
February 12, 2012
I would say no, only because it does not have an infared flash. The flash on this unit is the kind on a normal camera. Is isn't very bright and very obvious. If I were a thief, I would just make it flash and find where it is and take it home with me along with whatever else I found on your property. If you want to use a camera for security you need an infared flash on the unit
I know the description says it comes with a mounting strap, but just exactly what does that mean?? This will be a christmas gift, and I need to know if I need to buy mounting hardware to go with it, or what?
You shouldn't have to buy anything additional to hang this camera. It has a strap that will go around a fairly large tree. You will only need to buy a memory card and batteries. I suggest getting a memory card no bigger than 2 Gb. It will hold plenty of pic's.
I have the same trail cam and i have over 700 pictures taken on the same set of 4 c batteries. granted the weather outside is really warm and im sure in december theyll die alot faster but for the most part im pretty and pleasantly surprised by how long the batteries last.