Bushnell Core Low Glow Trail Camera
A running power consuming less than 0.08mA in its stand-by (surveillance) phase, up to six months operating time can be achieved with Bushnell Core Low Glow Trail Camera using AA alkaline batteries, and roughly twelve months under lithium AA cells. Featuring a built-in, highly responsive Passive Infra-red (PIR) motion sensor, movements are detected in its area of surveillance allowing pictures and videos to be taken autonomously with its pre-programmed settings. Bushnell Core Low Glow Trail Camera uses a series of infrared (IR) LEDs which function as a flash delivering up to 24 megapixel (MP) high definition photos and videos (black and white in the dark, and coloured under daylight).
Bushnell Core Low Glow Trail Camera introduces a detachable battery tray allowing a rapid exchange of batteries, with a built-in latch preventing it from falling out. An included GPS geotag capability function allows for a punch-in coordinates that are embedded into each photo file, which corresponds to the use of Google Earth, Picassa and other navigating software to spontaneously show a map revealing the Trail Camera's location (when photos are reviewed with a computer). Bushnell Core Low Glow Trail Camera introduces hybrid capture mode enabling still photos and videos to be taken at each trigger, and each up to highest resolution settings. A user may further adjust the shutter speed configuring images that are taken at night manuevering brightness against the time of stopping motions.
Other preset options included allows for a timely camera operating mode to be limited to day, night or 24 hours operation function, and dynamic video which estimates the length of captured file using the duration of animal activity.