October 15, 2013
Motion-Activated Security Camera with Night Vision
This handy camera is a high-quality full-color security camera that helps you safeguard your home or business.
It is designed by Bushnell to withstand the elements for years of trouble-free use.
Motion-activated with an infrared sensor, this digital "look-out" instantly captures sharp photos or video clips — even after dark — thanks to its night vision capabilities.
Ideal for monitoring driveways, it can capture license plates.
Easy to use and password-protected for added security.
Features and Details:
• Range 45 feet
• Mounts with strap
• Requires 1 SD card (not included)
• Requires 8 AA batteries (not included)
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Ha! MsRadoo, you did it again; I thought the same thing as soon as I saw the strap. A less temptation if bolted, I suppose.
Posted by: Lorelei | Oct 15, 2013 8:14:29 PM
Any camera used in this capacity should have
a program to allow you to take a picture of the
mounting area to be attached to the front of the
camera so it blends in better.
Another lifetime of royalties given away...
Posted by: Joe Peach | Oct 15, 2013 5:40:46 PM
This is nothing more than a modified (very slightly) "game watcher". These gadgets started out as scientific tools to assess the numbers of certain animals within a defined area. I placed many of these thing's early iterations in the Teton backcountry as a part of the AAC's collaboration with the NPS back in the 1970's. Those devices used 35mm film.
Over the past 15-20 years the (digitally updated) devices have been marketed to hunters - who place them along game trails, watering holes, forage areas, salt licks, and bedding areas in the weeks before deer and other game seasons open to aid the "hunter" (if you can't figure this out by looking at the signs of the prey animal's presence, or by putting out a salt lick / auto-feeder then why not just admit that you have no business hunting?) in placing their tree stand/blind.
These devices are available from dozens of manufacturers and hundreds of sellers - way cheaper - if you want one look around.
Meanwhile, I'll stick with my Dropcams - wifi enabled (dependent!) and chirps real-time to your smart phone or tablet. Video recording is available for an annual fee.
Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Oct 15, 2013 11:06:06 AM
the amazon reviews are not good on this
Posted by: Fritz | Oct 15, 2013 9:48:55 AM
Great idea, but it would be better with a different mount. That strap makes it too easy to steal.
Posted by: MsRadoo | Oct 15, 2013 9:17:22 AM
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