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Spypoint Link-S 12MP Solar Cellular Trail Camera

Item# 252-LINK-S-V-AF | Model# LINK-S-V | Added on March 15, 2018 |
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Spypoint Link-S 12MP Solar Cellular Trail Camera
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Check photos and scout your favorite spot 24 hours a day, seven days a week no matter where youre at and never worry about running out of battery with Spypoints solar-powered Link-S 12MP Solar Cellular Trail Camera. You dont have to travel to your trail camera to check photos the included, pre-activated SIM card transmits photos and videos via cellular signal to your Spypoint account. All you have to do is download the free app for viewing on your device or computer. Solar cell panel will charge the unit, even if direct sunlight is obstructed, ensuring you never run out of power. Equipped with an incredibly fast 0.07-second trigger speed. Captures 12MP photos and HD video with sound in color by day and infrared at night. 42 high-power low-glow LEDs with a range of 100 ft. combine with blur-reduction technology for exceptional nighttime images that wont spook wildlife. Curved motion-sensor screen improves the detection angle and distance of the five detection zones. Detection range adjusts from 5 ft. to 80 ft. Multi-shot mode captures up to three photos per detection. Adjust to record videos from 10 to 90 seconds. Date, time and temperature can be printed on photos. Uses a SD/SDHC memory card up to 32GB (not included). Comes with 30 days of unlimited photos at, and a free monthly plan that lets you transmit 100 photos a month after that. Quick-start guide, cellular SIM card, mounting bracket and installation strap included. Compatible with photo- ... read more
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