Brinno MAC200 Battery Powered Wireless Security Camera with Motion Detection

Brinno MAC200 Battery Powered Wireless Security Camera with Motion Detection

Brinno MAC200 Battery Powered Wireless Security Camera with Motion Detection

B&H # BRMAC200 MFR # MAC200
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Product Highlights

  • 1.3 Megapixel, 1/4" CMOS Sensor
  • 720p Resolution
  • Lens with 75° Field of View
  • 1.44" TFT LCD
  • Fixed Interval Recording Mode
  • Motion Activated Recording Mode
  • Weather Resistant
  • SD/SDHC Memory Card Slot
  • Powered by Two D Cell Batteries
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Brinno MAC200 overview

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The MAC200 Battery Powered Wireless Security Camera from Brinno features a 1.3-Megapixel 1/4" CMOS sensor and captures 720p images. It can be setup to record at a fixed interval capture rate (time lapse), when triggered by motion detection, or in a hybrid mode combining fixed interval and motion detection recording. Playback of a whole days worth of footage is made quick and easy thanks to Fast Playback Time Lapse Video, which automatically converts images into several time lapse videos. Video is recorded to SD/SDHC memory cards up to 32GB in size.

The MAC200 is powered by two D cell batteries, enabling wire-free operation for added versatility and portability. In Time Lapse Mode, the batteries will keep the camera powered for up to 14 months (with a five minute interval setting). It can also be powered externally via 5 VDC. With a weather resistant housing, the MAC200 is suitable for outdoor security applications. Additionally, the housing allows an optional security lock cable to be added for anti-theft protection. Included with the camera is a wall mount, rubber strap, and tree strap.

3 Capture Modes
Time Lapse Mode
Captures images at fixed intervals, which can be set between one second and 24 hours.

Motion Mode
Triggers image capturing when something enters the motion detection zone, which is about 20' in front of the camera. This is useful for capturing security threats on camera. This mode captures two to three frames per second, lasting for five seconds.

Hybrid Mode
This mode combines both Motion Activation and Time Lapse modes. Images are captured in fixed intervals, but when something enters the motion detection zone the camera switches to Motion Detection mode the capture more images per second.
Fast Playback Time Lapse Video
Automatically captures and converts thousands of photos into a time lapse videos for quick review of days worth of security footage.
Additional Features
  • 1.44" TFT LCD
  • SD/SDHC memory card slot
  • Powered by two D cell batteries, providing up to 14 months of battery life
  • 75° field of view
  • 23.6" minimum focus distance
  • Long standby time helps preserve battery life
  • Less than one second Rapid Wake Up functionality
In the Box
Brinno MAC200 Battery Powered Wireless Security Camera with Motion Detection
  • Wall Mount
  • Rubber Strap
  • Tree Strap
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Brinno MAC200 specs

    Image Sensor
    Type 1/4" CMOS
    Resolution 1.3 Megapixel
    Pixel Size 2.8 μm
    Sensitivity 2500 mV/lux-sec
    Focal Length 28 mm (35mm equivalent)
    Aperture f/2.0
    Field of View 75°
    Minimum Focus Distance 23.6" (60 cm)
    Format AVI
    Resolution 1280x720
    SD Card Slot Support SD/SDHC memory cards up to 32 GB
    Video Modes Fixed Capture Rate (Time Lapse)
    Motion Detection (PIR)
    Hybrid Mode (Time Lapse plus Motion Detection)
    Motion Sensor Angle: 100°
    Detect Distance: 19.7' (6 m)
    Type 1.44" TFT LCD
    Waterproof IPX4
    Power Source 2 x D cell batteries
    Battery Life (approx.) 14 months
    External Power 5 VDC
    Operating Temperature -4 to 122°F (-20 to 50°C)
    Dimensions (H x W x D) 3.1 x 4.3 x 4.2" (78 x 110 x 106 mm)
    Weight Without batteries: 8.8 oz (250 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.55 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.504 x 5.276 x 4.409"

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