The all new Bushnell NatureView Cam HD Max trail cameras feature an image sensor which captures 8MP images and 1080p eye-popping HD video. These AA battery powered Bushnell camera traps are ideal for use in any remote location or back garden!
This Natureview Cam HD Max is equipped with a B&W text LCD screen which displays the easy set up menu and guides you through each function.
There are two close focus lenses which offer minimum focal distances of 245mm and 455mm enabling you to capture clear depth of field in your images even when the subject gets up really close. The Bushnell Nature View Camera contains an Auto PIR (passive infrared) sensor thats motion-activated to a distance of 18.3 meters (60ft). Hyper NightVision technology is composed of 32 no-glow LEDs which are also effective to the same range – and completely invisible to wildlife, meaning animals will be absolutely undisturbed.
Capture still images and 60 sec clips of Full HD 1080p video with sound. You can even set the camera to shoot both at the same time in full resolution Hybrid Capture Mode. Day, Night and 24HR exposure modes optimize camera settings for the best photo and video capturing based on the time of day.
Field Scan 2x time-lapse technology automatically captures images at preset intervals of your choice for stitching together into videos. The Moon Phase stamp feature links the current date to the phase of the moon on that date and imprints an icon on your photo. The GPS Geotag lets you automatically embed coordinates to make wildlife tracking and camera placement easier to identify.
NatureView Cam HD Max Features:
8MP Resolution & Full HD Video
CMOS image sensor with a resolution of 8MP, and an awesome video resolution of 1920x1080p.
PIR Motion Sensor
Motion-activated up to a range of 60ft the PIR (passive infrared) sensor detects the changes in temperature that occur when subjects move and captures images in response. You can set it to Auto mode to have sensitivity automatically regulated based on temperature, or you can adjust the sensitivity to Low, Medium or High.
Equipped with a B&W text LCD monitor; set-up and adapt the camera trap options in the field, on the go. You can also check how many capture events the camera has recorded.
Two close focus lenses with minimum focus distances of 9.8 and 18.1 inches let you capture clear depth of field in your images, even when wildlife gets really close. These lenses are manually screwed on where/when required for close-up action.
No-Glow Black LEDs
Hyper Night Vision flash 32 LEDs are completely invisible. Particularly sensitive wildlife, such as roe deer and foxes, won’t be scared off and also effective as a security surveillance device.
Multi Flash Mode
Allows you to adjust flash power for various setups, in order to conserve battery power.
Hybrid Capture Mode
Allows you to shoot Full HD video and full-resolution still images simultaneously, each time the camera is triggered.
Field Scan 2x Time Lapse Technology
Automatically snaps images at preset intervals of 1 min to 1 hr, within the hours of your choice. Monitor movement at dusk, dawn, and every time slot in between. Time-lapse mode gives you the widest viewing windowas it is not motion-activated. However, when animals move in-frame, the live motion-activated trigger will capture images of them at the same time as the time-lapse images.
Freeze Frame Shutter
The night vision capability enables the trail camera to use faster shutter speeds than would otherwise be possible in darkness, allowing it to freeze motion
Date and Temperature Stamp
Puts an imprint of the date and temperature on each photo at the time of capture. This can help you track change over time, or figure out which animals are more active than others at different periods and in colder or warmer conditions.
Moon Phase Stamp
Links the current date to the phase of the moon on that date, storing the data on an internal memory chip, and imprints an icon on your photo at the time of capture. This can help you determine if particular animals are inactive at night when a full or nearly full moon is present, making them more visible to predators. Additionally, if night photos appear darker or lighter in the background, Moon Phase helps you determine whether that is due to the brightness of the moon.
You can automatically embed GPS coordinates to make it easier to track wildlife and decide exactly where to place the camera to get the best images.
In addition to the 4:3 aspect ratio, 16:9 is also available for wide-screen images and video.
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