The 5610 series trail cameras from Ltl Acorn not only offer the ability to record superb HD video at 1080P (15ps) or 720P (30fps) but also record crystal clear audio.
The 5610 Ltl Acorn series uses the large 44 led infrared array for powerful night vision.
It’s available with the standard lens (5610A) or the wide angle lens (5610WA) version. The standard lens offers a 55 degree angle of view and the wide angle offers 100 degrees.
Other usual Ltl Acorn camera features such as the ability to set Timers (if you want the camera to only trigger and record at certain times of day/night), Time lapse (which can be used to set the camera to only take a photo or record a video at certain intervals, i.e. one photo every 60 minutes for instance), Time/Date stamped footage, SD card recycling, password protection etc etc.
An additional feature of the 5610 series Ltl Acorn wildlife cameras is that you can input GPS co-ordinates for the camera. These co- ordinates will show in recorded photos/videos properties, so when you are reviewing the recordings later you will know exactly where the camera was located – often useful for wildlife field research.
The Ltl Acorn 5610A & 5610WA can utilise up to a 32G SD Card and can hold a maximum of 12 AA batteries, although it can run of just 4.
Battery choice is vital for the performance the Ltl Acorn wildlife trail cameras and we do not recommend using any batteries with a mA rating of less than 2500mA. We use the Panansonic Eneloop Pro 2500mA or the Vapex Instant 2500mA Rechargeables with the Low Self Discharge technology, both brands work very well with the Ltl Acorn cameras with the Panasonic batteries coming out on top!
Apart from the camera, what else do I need?
You will need at least 4 batteries, make sure you use batteries with a mA output of at least 2500mA. Avoid Duracell or any Alkaline batteries. We use daily, and recommend, the Panasonic Eneloop Pro 2500mA rechargeable batteries or for a slightly cheaper alternative, the Vapex Instant 2500mA rechargeable batteries.
You will also need an SD card, the 5610 cameras can take up to 32G max. Ltl Acorn cameras do not work without an SD card inserted. Always use SDHC, class 10 cards.
Infrared Brightness Adjustment:
Since January 2018, the Ltl Acorn trail cameras now feature infrared brightness adjustment, this helps if you are trying to record video or take photos of subjects that are close to the camera and allows the user to adjust the night vision power in accordance with their own application – so “white out” problems in dark conditions can be eradicated.
Low Power Consumption (in standby mode):
Another new feature added to the Ltl Acorn cameras in early 2018 is the much reduced standby power consumption, this means that your batteries should last a lot longer than previously and puts Ltl Acorn cameras one step ahead of much of the wildlife camera competition out there!
Other Information & General Maintenance:
Do not leave discharged batteries inside your Ltl Acorn camera for any prolonged length of time. The batteries will leak and this acid will corrode the circuit board. Battery leakage is very easy to spot and is not covered under the manufacturer warranty.
Cleaning the on/test/off switch on your trail camera is excellent ongoing maintenance and it’s a very simple procedure, no need to take the camera apart or anything like that. Click here for how to clean your Ltl Acorn camera switch.
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