Hunting & Fishing Catalogue - 01.03.2018 - 31.08.2018 - page 120 - NO LONGER VALID

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Hunting & Fishing mailer - 01.03.2018 - 31.08.2018 - Sales products - solar panel. Page 120.
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SPYPOINT TRAIL CAMERA TEST FIRED By Scott Fraser Hunting & Fishing New Zealand, Waikato rail cameras have become a popular tool for many hunters Reduction ensure the best image possible for capturing nocturnal antics. gathering vital information about prospective hunting areas and discovering what animals are about and their sOLAR and LINK-S models is a game changer for trail cameras,giving near habits,We also find ourcustomers purchase these cameras endless running time-a great feature when the camera might be loca for security purposes, thanks to their covert operation high in the hills and not easily accessed. Spypoint also have two models The addition of built-in solar panels and a rechargeable battery for the2 The latest cameras from Spypoint continue to improve on their previous models, offering higher quality images, faster trigger speeds, easier set-up and, now, solar power and cellular connectivity. Image quality is arguably the single most important feature of any trail camera. need to have a cellular signal in the location of the camera to use this The cameras from the Spypoint range feature a 12 megapixel camera (interpolated) along with a very good lens. Ifound the daytime photos tocamera again-at least not until hunting season. (Also great for have bright colour, good clarity and plenty of depth. The cameras feature 42 high-power LEDs for great image quality at night These LEDs give off a very faint red glow which is almost that connect to the 3G cellular network which enable the cameras to send photos in real time directly to the web, giving the owner up-to-the-minute photos of what is happening at the trail camera. Just remember you will feature. When combined with the solar features, you need notvisit the when you want to catch unwelcome visitors red handed.) One last thing I'd like to mention is the trigger speed of these cameras They feature the fastest trigger speeds I've seen on a trail camera-just imperceptible unless you're looking directly at the camera. Some cameras0.07 seconds, Triggerspeed is the amount of time elapsed from when a feature completely invisible LEDs, but the trade-off is less infrared light, trail camera first detects motion until the camera captures a picture of what resulting in a lower quality image. Maximum night time flash range is about created the motion. This enables the camera to snap photos of fast moving 30 metres and the unique Spypoint features such as IR Boost and Blur objects, including vehicles, if the camera is being used for The addition of built-in solar panels and a rechargeable battery for the SOLAR and LINK-S models is a game changer for trail cameras, giving near endless running time" 120 S see page 24

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