The Bushnell NatureView Cam HD Max is the latest nature trail camera for wildlife enthusiasts featuring a 2.4" LCD colour viewer (playback screen) and an 8 megapixel CMOS sensor that captures still images and Full HD 1080p video with sound. The Cam HD Max includes two detachable lenses (25cm and 46cm) to improve the quality and sharpness of close focus images of birds and small mammals. The new Auto PIR (passive infra-red) system which automatically regulates sensitivity based on temperature. The time stamps are now more detailed and the new Field Scan 2x gives you two windows of image capture to capitalise on dusk and dawn movement. You can also expect brighter, sharper night time stills with the addition of the Hyper Night Vision - no glow 32 LED lights with a flash range of 18m. The HD Max comes with an SD card slot (card not included) and operates on either 4 or 12 AA batteries (not included).
Bushnell NatureView Cam HD Max - Colour Viewer:
Bushnell NatureView Cam HD Tutorial
Remotely capture images & videos of wildlife anytime, anywhere
The Camera Features:
Audio Record: In video mode, this feature allows you to record audio with the video simultaneously.
Field Scan 2x: Time-lapse technology automatically snaps images at pre-set intervals of one minute to one hour, within the hours of your choice. Now with two available time slots so you can monitor dusk and dawn movement. Because it’s not triggered by animals, it provides the widest viewing area possible. But unlike all other time-lapse cameras, its simultaneous live trigger will still capture images of anything that walks by.
Freeze Frame Shutter: Night vision shutter speed adjustment for ultimate stop action images.
GPS Geotag: All Cams have the option to embed (manually) GPS coordinates to make tracking animals and camera placement simple.
HD 1080p Video: Records wide-screen video with up to 1920x1080 resolution.
Hybrid Capture Mode: Capture full resolution images and video simultaneously on every trigger.
Hyper Night Vision Flash: A quantum leap in distance and brightness, this new system ensures the sharpest after-dark imagery.
Hyper PIR: Motion sensor reaches out to 60 feet /18 meters or beyond and offers dramatically expanded coverage area over leading competitors. This new system’s built-in temperature sensor self-regulates the passive infrared sensor for more consistent function in all conditions.
Moon Phase Stamp: Links the current date (as set by the user in the setup procedure) to the phase of the moon on that date (this data is stored on an internal memory chip), and imprints an icon on your photo which represents the moon phase when the photo was taken. The moon phase icon will appear on your photos in the lower left. Useful to reference and determine if particular animals are inactive at night when a full or nearly full moon is present, causing them to be more visible to predators. Or, if some of your night photos seem to have a darker or lighter background (beyond the range of the LED lamps or flash), you can see if that was related to how bright the moon was at the time.
Multi Flash Mode: Allows you to adjust flash power for different setups to conserve battery power where applicable.
No Glow Black LEDs: Completely invisible to animals and human-beings. Also ideal for security surveillance.
Temp Stamp: This puts a temperature stamp on each picture at the time it was taken.
Wide Screen - 16:9: Now in 16:9 format and 4:3 format.
- Sensor Resolution: 3, 5 or 8 MP high-quality full color resolution*
Video: Full HD Video resolution (1920x1080p)
- Flash: 32 LED No Glow Black LED
- Flash Range (ft. / m): 60 ft. / 18m
- Backlit LCD Display:2.4" Colour Image LCD
- Exposure: Auto
- White Balance: Auto
- Battery Type: AA 4 or 12 (recommended)
- Battery Life: Up to 1 year
- Infrared Sensor Range (ft. / m): 45 ft. / 15m
- Trigger Speed: 0.7-second
- Programmable trigger interval: 1 sec. to 60 min.
- Multi-image mode: 1-3 images per trigger
- Video length: 1 second to 60 seconds, programmable
- SD Card Slot: Up to 32 Gb
* True 5 MP sensor with 3 MP compression and 8 MP interpolation
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