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Field Cameras

Field Cameras (also known as Wildlife or Trail Cameras) are motion-activated (or optionally time interval-activated) devices designed to be left in a fixed location which will automatically capture still images or video when triggered by animals passing by. All are battery powered and have an infra-red-illuminated night mode. Some higher end models include the facility to install a mobile SIM card and automatically upload captured footage to the internet (subject to data charges from your operator.) Should you require any advice on these wildlife cameras, please feel free to contact us or phone on +44 (0)1225 466364.

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  1. Minox DTC 450 SLIM Trail Camera

    Minox DTC 450 SLIM Trail Camera

    £139.00

    • Invisible IR-flash with a range of 15 m
    • 12, 6, 3 & 0.9 megapixel settings (adjustable)
    • Special MINOCTAR lens
    • HD video resolution
    • Fast shutter release (<1 sec)
    • Up to 9 consecutive images and 60 second videos
    • Multi-lingual menu navigation
    • Supports SDHC memory cards up to 32 GB
    • Convenient 2“ colour display
    • Battery life up to 6 months
    • Robust and weatherproof polycarbonate housing
    • Comes with 2 mounting straps, 2 GB SDHC memory card and USB cable
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  2. Minox DTC 700 Surveillance Camera

    Minox DTC 700 Trail Camera

    £179.00

    • Removable camera module
    • Invisible IR-flash with a range of 15 m
    • 6 megapixel resolution
    • Fast shutter release of <1 sec. (0.2 sec. if used with an external power supply)
    • Special MINOCTAR lens
    • Multi-lingual menu navigation
    • SDHC memory card up to 32 GB
    • Convenient 2“ colour display
    • Battery life up to 6 months
    • Robust and weatherproof protective housing with a Camouflage coating
    • USB port
    • Integrated port for external power supply
    • Includes mounting strap and USB cable
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