Whole Lotta Batteries
It’s amazing how many batteries this cam takes but if you leave that aside, this is a good camera for the price and we haven’t had to change out any batteries. Something that would be easy on the deck but more troublesome if you were a hunter and had to trudge out into the woods.
By A Mom with Kids and Fur Kids on April 3, 2022
Our use (Pluses and Minuses)
- we’re birders and we used the camera on our deck to capture pictures and images of the local fowl. We were looking for up-close images rather than shots of a salt block and activity that would normally be farther away.
- to get the most out of the camera for our purposes I set it to record 3 stills and then do a burst of images. The adaptability is very useful.
- setup was pretty easy, although we had to move the camera twice to get the images we wanted at the best quality.
-SD card - getting it out is awkward. And worse, the camera kept making the SD card to “write protect”. My husband ended up taping down the write protect tab because that was the only way to get things to record.
+Night vision - images were good.
+Note that in a banner at the bottom you can find the temperature and date, as well as time. Very handy info to see if there’s a pattern of behavior.
IN the pictures I’ve included you can see, at first, the basic wide-lens image followed by three enlargements from the stills. That with the short film should give you an idea of whether this camera is for you.