Stealthy Camera Locations
This photo finds me checking on a trail camera that I have set up in a wilderness area of southern Alberta.
The idea is the shoot photos of anything that comes in to the shooting window that I choose for the camera to cover, and the window covers an area measuring aproximitly50 meters wide by a hundred meters in length.
In actuality I scouted the area before setting the camera up, choosing an area with game trails that deer and other wildlife have been moving through while going to water.
This trail camera is very stealthy, as it uses 42 invisible black LEDs for flash illumination to take photos at night without alerting the subject to the fact that the camera has detected motion as well as heat triggering the camera to capture the image.
The camera itself is waterproof, and positioned in a steel security housing that is securely mounted in position to the tree and cable locked to the tree as well.
The camera uses a lithium-Ion rechargeable battery-pack that can operate for up to 6 weeks without charging being required.
The camera has a 32 gig memory card allowing for as many captures as required during the time it is left un-attended.
The 12 megapixel camera is capable of shooting still photos, video or time-lapse photos, depending on how you set it up initially. With the housing open, there is a viewing screen for checking on the captures, as well as setting the camera up with the built in menu.
This particular trail camera is built by "SpyPoint" a Canadian company whose cameras are leaders in the field of trail cameras.
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Trail Camera Photography for Wildlife and Surveillance