Manufacturer’s Description

National Geographic photographer Michael Nichols uses specialized remote-camera systems to obtain images of rarely seen wildlife behavior. Triggered by heat and movement, our simplified all-weather cameras capture multiple images of backyard wildlife. Our infrared version provides clearer nighttime images without use of a flash. Equipped with a 50-degree wide-angle lens, an adjustable (on/off) 30-foot flash or infrared emitter range, and test mode. Features 24-hour operation, burst mode for multiple exposures, four time-out settings between activations, minimum focus of 5 feet, AVI video capability, and time/date/moon phase stamps on each image. SD card slot for expanded memory accepts up to 16-GB card (not included) for thousands of images. Please note: The infrared version of our motion-detection camera utilizes night vision, which does not startle animals the way a flash might. The nighttime images are black and white and daytime images are color. If you would like to capture color nighttime images using a flash, we recommend that you consider the 5.0 Megapixel Digital Motion-detection Camera .

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