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HD Wildlife Camera | 16 MP | 3 MP CMOS

  • Article code: WCAM130GN
  • Vendor Part Number: WCAM130GN
  • EAN number: 5412810315895

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Description

Product description

Capture that one special moment in glorious detail on camera. A video of a flock of deer running through the forest or a snap of that bear or wolf exploring.

Of course, you will need some help from mother nature and a little bit of luck, but when the moment occurs this Nedis® wildlife camera will be ready to preserve the memory forever.

During the daytime and at night this camera will give you amazing wildlife pictures.

It activates and turns off automatically, ensuring your batteries last a very long time and that the camera can be on stand-by for months.

Features

• The camera shoots pictures with a max. of 16 MP and Full HD video
• Black camera LEDs for a nearly invisible flash to ensure animals are not scared off
• Daytime range of 20 metres
• In-built night view providing a range of 15 metres after sunset
• Also suitable for object surveillance

Package contents

Camera
USB cable
Strap
Quick start guide
WCAM130GN

Specifications

Product specifications
Type Camera
Feature Very low Energy Consumption
Wireless technology No
Colour Leaves/Green
Camera design Detector
Video resolution 1080p 30fps
Interface DC
Storage type microSD
IP rating IP66
Battery type 4x AA/LR6
8x AA/LR6
Detector angle 60 °
Detector range 20.0 m
Image chip CMOS 3 Megapixel
Infrared type Black No-Glow IR
Input voltage 6 VDC
Megapixel 16 MPixel
Night vision 15 m
Operating temperature -30 - +70 °C
Screen size 2.36"
Trigger time 0.6 s
Viewing angle 90 °

Packaging

Retail package dimensions (Giftbox)
Width Height Length
130 mm 150 mm 95 mm
Logistic dimensions
Packed per Width Height Length Weight
1 140 mm 155 mm 100 mm 485 g
20 335 mm 315 mm 500 mm 10830 g

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Frequently asked questions

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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