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Wildlife Camera | 12 Mpixel | 55° Viewing Angle | 25m Motion Detection

  • Article code: WCAM22GN
  • Vendor Part Number: WCAM22GN
  • EAN number: 5412810274321


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Product description

Mount this wildlife camera to a tree and capture up-close video images of animals in the wild. The camera features night vision and a splendid trigger time so no more excuses to miss that one shot.


• 12 MP resolution for high-quality images
• Video resolution of 1280x720
• Integrated LCD display + controls for great ease of use
• Records video images and sound

Package contents

Digital camera
USB cable
Mounting strap
Quick start guide


Product specifications
Type Stand-Alone
Feature Very low Energy Consumption
Colour Leaves
Camera design Miniature
Video resolution 1280x720
Interface USB
Storage type SD
IP rating IP44
Battery type 4x AA/LR6
8x AA/LR6
Detector angle 55 °
Detector range 25.0 m
Image chip 1/2.5 CMOS
Input voltage 6 VDC
Megapixel 12.0 MPixel
Night vision 10.0 m
Operating temperature -20 - 60 °C
Screen size 1.4"
Viewing angle 52 °


Retail package dimensions (Giftbox)
Width Height Length
110 mm 168 mm 84 mm
Logistic dimensions
Packed per Width Height Length Weight
1 110 mm 168 mm 84 mm 440 g
20 565 mm 345 mm 205 mm 9700 g


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Frequently asked questions

How do I access and use the menu?

Set the switch to setup
press menu.
Use up and down to scroll through the main menu.
Press ok to enter a certain menu.
Use left and right to change the value of the particular option.

What does Camera Position mean?

This option allows you to give a camera aunique name so you can keep multiple camera's apart.

How Do I use the menu?

- Set the switch to setup (middle position)
- Press menu
- Use up and down to go to camera mode
- use left and right to change it to video if needed.
- Press down to set the clock. press enter to go into the date and time menu.
- Exit this menu and go to video size and select the resolution you want (1280x720 is the highest resolution)
- The next option is the video length. How long do you want it to record after a detection.
- Timelapse is an option that will have the camera take picture every 5 minutes (or 10, 15, 20 etc) and then stitches it into a video.
- PIR trigger: here you can set the sensitivity of the motion detection.
- PIR interval sets how often you want to scan with motion detection.
- Camera position is only a tag you can give your camera if you have more than one camera (camera 1 , camera 2 etc)

Difference between photo sizes

Difference between photo sizes: the resolution of the photo or video

What is photo burst?

Taking multiple photo's in rapid succession

When use video size 640x480 or 1280x720

Lower resolution means lower quality but you can store more video on your memory card, We recommend 1280x720 for best results

What means PIR and how to use it

PIR is the motion detection. Turn it on to make the camera record when it sees motion

how to use the mode button

mode is photo or video (do you want it to record a photo, video or both?)

when use the record button

This is for manual recording. typically this is not used.

how to use the on/off switch

to turn the camera on and off

which video length should i use and why

that's up to you. there is no right or wrong.

why and how use the timelapse

timelapse is a mode that takes pictures at certain intervals. Afterwards you can play this as a video. it looks like it is fast forwarded.

consequence of PIR trigger high, normal or low

high is sensitive: it will respond to smaller movements.

explanation of PIR interval

how often do you want it to scan for movement.

what is Camera Posit

It's the name of the camera, it is easier to keep multiple camera's apart.

With gentle shaking the camera, a black plastic ring pushes against the lens. Is that normal?

Sometimes the IR filter is in front of the lens, when the camera is turned off. The camera is not faulty. When the camera is on, it will fix itself to the right place in front of the lens.

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