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Stealth Cam Unit



At 6" x 4" x 3", the 8.0-megapixel Stealth Cam Unit™ trail cam practically fits in the palm of your hand. The 38 IR (infrared) sensors have a range of 40', and their output can be reduced to eliminate "washout" on close-range animals. It captures still images -- 1-9 pictures per activation when set to Burst Mode™ -- or 10-180 seconds of 640x480 video w/audio.




Pictures and video are stamped with time/date/temperature/moon phase and can be viewed in the field. Images can be magnified digitally via the 2X/4X zoom. An SD card is required (accepts cards up to 16GB). It operates on eight "AA" batteries and is 12-volt compatible.

Contact: Stealth Cam, LLC, 1-877-269-8490, www.stealthcam.net.


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