Covert Scouting Cameras Red Viper Trail Camera

Covert Scouting Cameras Red Viper Trail Camera

Covert Scouting Cameras Red Viper Trail Camera

B&H # CO5397 MFR # 5397
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Product Highlights

  • 12MP Resolution (Interpolated)
  • 720p Video
  • 0.7-Sec Trigger Speed
  • 28-LED Low-Glow Flash
  • Flash Range 100'
  • Motion Sensor Range 60'
  • 2" Color Display
  • Records to SD Cards up to 32GB
  • Runs on 8 AA Batteries
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  • 1Description

Capture 12MP still images and 720p video of your property or hunting grounds with the Red Viper Trail Camera from Covert Scouting Cameras. Its 28-LED low-glow flash will illuminate subjects up to 100' away, and the camera features a quick 0.7 second trigger speed.

The passive infrared (PIR) heat/motion detector will trigger the camera when it detects a moving animal or person within 60 feet (longer under optimal conditions). You can set the Viperto take photos, video, or both, and can select from one to 10 photos per trigger event in turbo burst mode. The time lapse mode will snap photos at pre-determined intervals, allowing you track trends and monitor conditions, and you can opt to have the PIR continue to take photos or video when triggered. The camera's stealthy Maximum Silence Image Capture technology helps prevent spooking game.

Images and video can be reviewed on the Viper's 2" color screen, and are stored on a user-supplied SD card (up to 32GB) for reviewing on your computer. Power is provided by 8 user-supplied AA batteries.

Photo and Video Capture
  • Still image resolution: 12MP, 8MP (interpolated), 5MP, 3MP (native)
  • Video resolution: 720p, 480p, 240p
  • Turbo Burst mode takes up to 10 images per trigger
  • Designed for very quiet operation so as not to spook or alert your subjects
  • Lens provides 52° angle of view
  • Use Start-Stop function to choose which times of day/night camera will be active
Motion Sensor
  • Passive infrared (PIR) motion sensor captures images when triggered by subject movement/temperature
  • Fast 0.7-second trigger speed
  • Selectable delay times of 5-60 seconds and 1-60 minutes for interval between trigger events
Time-Lapse Shooting
  • Capture images at scheduled intervals
  • Selectable interval times: 5-60 seconds, 2-60 minutes, 1-8 hours
  • Can be active at same time as motion-detection mode
Flash
  • Built-in low-glow infrared flash with 28 LEDs and 100' range
  • Low, medium & high settings
Setup, Display, and Options
  • View captured images/video, menu, and settings on 2" color screen
  • Date, time, temperature, and moon phase stamped on images
Memory
  • Records photos and videos to user-supplied SD memory cards up to 32GB
  • Overwrite function deletes oldest photos from full memory card when new photo is taken
Power
  • Runs on 8 user-supplied AA batteries
  • Short-term operation possible with 4 AAs, but 8 highly recommended to give you longer shooting time
Durability
  • Weather-resistant housing for protection against elements during extended outdoor use
In the Box
Covert Scouting Cameras Red Viper Trail Camera
  • Mounting Hardware
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Camera Type Trail/wildlife
    Resolution 12 MP, 8 MP (interpolated)
    5 MP, 3 MP (native)
    Sensor Passive infrared motion sensor with 0.7-sec trigger speed
    Lens Angle of View: 52°
    Delay Time Selectable 5-60 sec (in 5-sec increments) and 1-60 minute delay times between PIR trigger events
    Sensitivity PIR Sensor: Low, Normal & High settings available
    Burst Capability 1-10 shots per PIR trigger event
    Interval Recording 5-60 sec, 2-60 minutes, 1-8 h
    Built-in Flash 28-LED low-glow flash
    Effective Flash Range 100' / 30.5 m
    Memory Card Type SD cards up to 32 GB (not included)
    Video Recording Yes
    Video Resolution 720p, 460p, 240p
    Display 1.0" / 2.5 cm color LCD screen
    Battery Type 4-8 x AA batteries (not included)
    Dimensions 5.0 x 4.1 x 2.3" / 12.7 x 10.4 x 5.8 cm
    Weight Approx. 2.0 lb / 0.9 kg
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