BRESSER Bird Feeder Camera

BH #BR4040001 • MFR #40-40001
BRESSER
BRESSER Bird Feeder Camera
Key Features
  • 1.5 MP Resolution
  • 1-Sec Motion Trigger Speed
  • Minimum Focus Distance: 2"
  • Uses Seed or Nectar
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Enjoy close-up photos of your avian friends with the Bird Feeder Camera from Bresser. Fill the feeder with seed or nectar, and when a bird comes to visit, its movement will trigger the 1.5MP camera's shutter a second later. The camera quietly captures images of birds as close as 2".
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BRESSER 40-40001 Overview

Enjoy close-up photos of your avian friends with the Bird Feeder Camera from Bresser. Fill the feeder with seed or nectar, and when a bird comes to visit, its movement will trigger the 1.5MP camera's shutter a second later. The camera quietly captures images of birds as close as 2".

The water-resistant camera module is removable so you can connect it to your Mac or PC and view the images via USB cable. The camera also records to a microSD card.

  • Captures flight and feeding photos as close as 2" away
  • Motion sensor activated
  • Rechargeable battery
  • 1-second trigger speed
  • Removable camera module for viewing images
  • Uses seed or nectar

BRESSER 40-40001 Specs

Camera TypeBird
Imaging
Image Resolution1.5 MP
Focus Range2" / 5.1 cm to Infinity
Built-In FlashNone
Motion Sensor
Trigger Speed1 Second
Shooting Controls
A/V Recording
Connectivity/System Requirements
Wired ConnectivityUSB
Environmental
Physical
Memory Card TypemicroSD
Battery Type1 x Built-In
DisplayYes
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.95 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.35 x 6.65 x 5.5"
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The first image of this Item on our Site show's a red light. That is how you know the Camera is on.
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