Bushnell Trophy Cam Most-Efficient W/ 8MP Black LED HD Video


 

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The Bushnell Trophy Cam Trail Camera 8MP Black LED HD Video Color Viewer (119467C) has good conditions and very easy to set to video as well.


The Bushnell Trophy Cam (119467C) small wonder, on steroids. Along with efficiency of space, an astounding one-year battery life and a one-second trigger speed, the Trophy Cams are juiced up to a whole new level of performance. Bushnell Trophy Cam Most-Efficient W/ 8MP Black LED HD Video All models have been upgraded from 24 to 32 night-vision LEDs for improved image quality after dark. Bushnell Trophy Cam Most-Efficient W/ 8MP Black LED HD Video are Heightened resolution is now a selectable 3, 5 or 8 megapixels. And still featuring a PIR sensor coverage area 3x larger than any camera we’ve built before, Trophy Cams are now compatible with up to a 16GB SD card for unmatched image capacity. Select up to three rapid-fire images per trigger, or a 1 second to 60 minute delay. Plus, an improved 2” built-in viewer (optional) gives you an instant look at what’s passed by. Viewer models now have an image stamp with date, time, temperature and moon phase.


The Bushnell Trophy Cam Trail Camera 8MP Black LED HD Video Color Viewer Features:

  • 3, 5 or 8 MP high-quality full color resolution
  • Day/night autosensor
  • External power compatible
  • Widescreen, VGA, QVGA Video at 20 FPS
  • Adjustable PIR (Lo/Med/High)
  • Trigger speed 1 second
  • Trigger interval – 0 sec. to 60 min. programmable
  • Multi-image mode – 1-3 images per trigger
  • Video length – 1-60 seconds, programmable
  • Temperature range -5° F to 140° F
  • 32 infrared night vision LEDs – 45 ft. range
  • PIR sensor is motion activated out to 45 ft.
  • 4 AA – 8AA batteries (not included)
  • Runs up to 12 months on one set of batteries
  • Adjustable web belt and 1/4-20 socket
  • SD card slot (up to 16 GB)
  • 32 MB of internal memory


  • Model: 119467C
  • Manufactured by: Bushnell





This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 22 September, 2011.