Hunten Outdoors® 7MP Infrared Game Camera

Item # WBCL2-283903

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Super-sharp Hunten Outdoors® 7MP Infrared Game Camera. SAVE BIG!

Compact Camera attaches securely to any tree and uses advanced motion control to take photos or full-motion video whenever anything moves. With a 56-LED infrared array, you can take pictures of nighttime traffic, too!

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  • Crystal-clear 7MP photos with time and date stamp
  • 640 x 480 video resolution
  • Color pictures by day, black and white at night
  • Accepts SD memory cards up to 32GB
  • Flash / motion-detection range of up to 70'
  • Oversized, backlit LCD display
  • ABS housing in textured camo has weather-beating rubber gasket
  • Includes mounting bracket and adjustable strap
  • Cable-lock security holes.
  • Uses 4 C batteries (not included). 9 1/2 x 3 1/4 x 12 1/2"h., 1 lb., 11 ozs.

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Customer Reviews

2 stars
(4) 1-6 of 6 Reviews
  1. Great value for the money.
  2. 1 stars
    I just got back from a week long deer hunt and I used this camera extensively. It is basically worthless. Not to mention it is not compatible with Windows 8 - fortunately, I have a second computer with Windows 7. The shutter on this camera is extremely slow. By the time, it detects motion and the shutter is released, the object is almost all the way by. In many cases, it is very blurred. The camera also uses four C batteries. Overall, I won't use it again as it is worth taking in field.
  3. Great camera and good battery life.
  4. 4 stars
    What a Deal! Camera is on the job and taking pics. This is a great buy.
  5. 1 stars
    doesn't work!!!
  6. 2 stars
    I noticed when I removed camera from box that the screws to hold the back plate on were not there. I went thru the entire box and camera, did not find the four screws. I had to go out and purchase screws with metric thread.
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