BRESSER Bird Feeder Camera

BRESSER Bird Feeder Camera

BRESSER Bird Feeder Camera

B&H # BR4040001 MFR # 40-40001
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Product Highlights

  • 1.5 MP Resolution
  • 1-Sec Motion Trigger Speed
  • Minimum Focus Distance: 2"
  • Uses Seed or Nectar
  • Rechargeable Battery & Cable
  • Removable Camera Module
  • View Images on Mac or PC via USB
  • Records to MicroSD Card
  • Hanging Loop & Mounting Bracket
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  • 1Description

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
UPC: 812257017317
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BRESSER Bird Feeder Camera
  • Limited 90-Day Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Resolution 1.5 MP
    Focus Range Minimum focus: 2.0" / 5.1 cm
    Trigger Speed 1 sec
    Memory Card Type MicroSD
    Viewfinder Type LCD
    Connectivity USB
    Battery Type Rechargeable
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.5 x 5.7 x 5.6"
    Bird Feeder Camera is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from I would not buy this again It works okay, but it is too sensitive. I hung it up for two hours and noticed a squirrel on it but that was it. When I reviewed the results we had 7 pics of squirrel hair, and almost 300 pictures of our home (it was facing the home about 20 feet away). The only thing we could figure out was that there was a little wind that day, and perhaps it was taking pictures every time a plant leaf would move. That is why it needs a means of controlling how sensitive it is. But every thing worked as promised.
    Date published: 2017-09-06
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