Spypoint LINK-S-V Solar Cellular Trail Camera (Verizon)

Spypoint LINK-S-V Solar Cellular Trail Camera (Verizon)

Spypoint LINK-S-V Solar Cellular Trail Camera (Verizon)

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Spypoint LINK-S-V Solar Cellular Trail Camera (Verizon)

Spypoint LINK-S-V Solar Cellular Trail Camera (Verizon)

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Product Highlights

  • View Images & Manage Camera Remotely
  • Solar Panel for Unlimited Battery Life
  • 4G Data Plan (Charges Apply)
  • Optional Free Plan: 100 Photos / Month
  • 30 Days of Free Unlimited Photos
  • 12MP Stills, 720p Video with Sound
  • Motion Sensor with 100' Range
  • Trigger Speed: 0.7 Sec
  • Flash Range: 100'
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Cellular Carrier: Verizon

Spypoint Verizon
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  • $50.00 Rebate. Offer ends: SEP 30 '18

Price: $499.99

Instant Savings: $100.00

$0.00 Tax Collected Outside NY and NJ

You Pay:  $399.99

Mail-In Rebate: $50.00

Price after rebate: $349.99

Offer ends SEP 30 '18

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  • 1Description

With the Spypoint LINK-S-V Solar Cellular Trail Camera, your days of trekking into the field to pull memory cards and replace batteries are over. The LINK-S automatically sends the images it captures to your smartphone or tablet, and its built-in solar panel keeps the internal battery charged.

The LINK-S-V takes 12MP photos and 720p video with sound, and transmits them using a Verizon data plan (monthly charges apply). You can also choose Spypoint's free plan, which transmits up to 100 photos per month at no charge. Either way, the camera comes with 30 days of free unlimited photos. A pre-activated SIM card is included for easy setup.

The camera's passive infrared motion detector has a range of 100 feet, and its trigger speed is 0.7 seconds. The 42-LED, low-glow infrared flash has a 100-foot range, yet won't spook game at night. Multi-shot mode offers three photos per detection, and the Photo-First feature takes a still image at the start of any video recording and sends it to your account. The time lapse mode affords big-picture, long-term observation. Your still images will have a time stamp with useful information including date, time, temperature, and moon phase. Video length can be set between 10 and 90 seconds.

Images and videos are saved on a user-supplied SD/SDHC memory card up to 32GB (only photos are transmitted via the data plan). Because the camera is designed to run on solar power, no user-supplied batteries are necessary, but you can use 8 AA batteries as an optional or backup power source. The camera comes with a tree mounting bracket and strap, and is equipped with a standard 1/4"-20 tripod mount.

  • Remotely view images and manage camera via Verizon cellular data plan
  • Pre-activated SIM card for easy set up
  • Optional free plan provides up to 100 photos per month
  • Unlimited free photos for 30 days
  • Built-in solar panel and internal rechargeable battery
  • Can run on 8 user-supplied AA batteries
Photo and Video Resolution
  • Still Image Resolution: 12MP
  • Video: 1280 x 720p
Operating Modes
  • Photo: Up to three images per detection
  • Time lapse mode for long-term observation
  • Video: Duration 10-90 seconds
  • Photo-First Option: Takes still image before shooting video
Motion Sensor
  • Passive infrared motion sensor
  • Detection Range: 100'
  • Trigger Speed: 0.7 sec
  • Built-in, infrared flash with 42 low-glow LEDs and a 100' range for covert nighttime illumination
  • Records photos and videos to user-supplied SD/SDHC memory cards up to 32GB
  • Tree mounting bracket & strap
  • Standard 1/4"-20 threaded hole
  • Hole for security cable
  • Rugged, weatherproof housing protects camera from the elements over extended periods of outdoor use
UPC: 887157017040
In the Box
Spypoint LINK-S-V Solar Cellular Trail Camera (Verizon)
  • SIM Card
  • Mounting Bracket
  • Mounting Strap
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Camera Type Trail/wildlife/surveillance
    Cellular Network Supported Verizon 4G HSPA+ (monthly charges apply)
    Resolution 12 MP
    Sensor Passive infrared motion sensor
    Motion Detection Range: 100'
    Trigger Speed: 0.7 sec
    File Formats JPEG, AVI
    Shooting Controls
    Burst Capability In Multi-Shot Mode, camera captures up to 3 images per trigger event
    Built-in Flash Yes, infrared flash with 42 LEDs
    Effective Flash Range 100' / 30.5 m
    Memory Card Type SD/SDHC memory cards up to 32 GB (not included)
    A/V Recording
    Video Recording Yes
    Video Resolution 720p
    Durability Weatherproof housing
    Battery Type Internal rechargeable
    Optional: 8 x AA Batteries (not included)
    Mounting Standard 1/4"-20 threaded hole on bottom for optional tree/post mounts
    Slots in back for included nylon strap and user-supplied lock cable
    Dimensions Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Weight Not Specified by Manufacturer
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    Package Weight 2.35 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.9 x 5.1 x 3.8"
    LINK-S-V Solar Cellular Trail Camera (Verizon) is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works in Canada I just received my unit and it arrived with no complications. I am still playing around with it to figure out all the nuisances as to how it works both from a unit standpoint and remotely.� One thing I did notice is that you cannot connect to the unit to see through it remotely (I thought you could). The photos also do not come to you right away as a security camera's would. I purchase this unit for this reason so I am a little bit disappointed but I will find good use for it anyways. It links up with the cell provider easily and it actually does offer a free 100 photo per month plan.
    Date published: 2017-12-12
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