Flash-Free Cuddeback


If you believe the flash from a scouting camera spooks game, then Cuddeback's new No Flash is the right camera for you. In daylight, its 3.0-mega-pixel digital camera captures stunning color images. At night, its 1.3-megapixel infrared camera takes crystal-clear infrared images with no visible flash. The No Flash also takes 10 to 60-second video clips by day and by night. Other features include Instant Trigger Technology, long battery life, time-of-day operation, Theft-Stop password protection, advance modes, and a new compact housing with easier access to the Compact Flash card.


Contact: Cuddeback/Non Typical, Inc., 715-762-2260, www.cuddebackdigital.com.









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