View live video via WiFi from this small, compact wildlife trail camera! This is the first wildlife trail camera trap in our range that allows to you connect and view live video using your mobile phone or tablet (when you’re within WiFi range of the camera) and free app – TSCAMERA.
The app also allows you to completely set up and control the Eagle trail camera via your mobile phone using WiFi (so you need to be within WiFi range of the camera of course). Control video resolution settings, video length, set times of day to record, play back video recordings & view images, see an indication of battery life etc. You can even switch the camera off from the app should you wish to.
Also supplied is a remote control that allows you to switch the camera from “working mode” to “test mode” and vice-versa. Test mode allows you to connect via WiFi and then view live video from the camera. In this mode you can change camera settings and also, if you see some live action taking place that you don’t want to miss, start a recording at the tap of a button on your mobile phone or tablet screen.
60fps, 1080P HD Video Recording!
Using a 6mm lens, the Eagle trail camera competes with the best wildlife cameras around and is able to record video at 60fps in 1080P HD quality and take images of up to 20MP (5120 x 3840). This is all done automatically when the camera senses heat change (subject movement) within the camera view.
Fantastic image quality and shutter speed to prevent blur with faster moving subjects..
Which batteries should I use and how many?
The camera can hold a maximum of 8 AA batteries. We strongly recommend either Energizer Ultimate Lithium or, if you want to use rechargeables which save money and help the environment in the long term then opt for Panasonic Eneloop Pro 2500mA.
Do not use any battery with a mA rating of less than 2500mA and avoid alkaline batteries too. We reinforce the point of using the correct type of battery as your trail camera will not perform properly if you do not!
What type of memory card do I need?
You will need a micro SD card and the trail camera can accept up to 64G. Always use a class 10 micro SD card.
How big is this wildlife trail camera?
Measuring just 15 x 10 x 7 cm (approximately) the camera packs a lot of features into a neat & tidy case!
Is this trail camera weatherproof?
Yes it is. Weatherproof rating of IP68, higher than many trail cameras on the market!
What is the trigger time?
Manufacturer specification for trigger time is 0.5 seconds.