Bushnell Core DS-4K No-Glow Trail Camera (Camo)

BH #BU119987C • MFR #119987C
Bushnell Core DS-4K No-Glow Trail Camera (Camo)
Key Features
  • 32MP Resolution Photos
  • 3840 x 2160 Video at 30 fps with Sound
  • Dual Day & Night Sensors
  • 0.2-Second Trigger
Featuring one camera sensor optimized for daylight photography and another designed for sharp photos after dark, the Core DS-4K No-Glow Trail Camera from Bushnell will capture vivid images and video of activity on your property or hunting grounds. Featuring a fast 0.2-second trigger speed and 110' infrared flash, the Core DS-4K produces motion-activated 32MP photos and 4K 30 fps video. Choose to have the camera operate during the day, at night, or both, and take 1-6 photos per trigger. The Field Scan mode will grab a shot at user-selectable intervals for time-lapse surveillance. You can choose from four trigger sensitivity settings, which can cut down on unnecessary shots, and set the interval between triggered captures from 0.6 seconds to 60 minutes to avoid clogging up your card with redundant images. The date, time, temperature, moon phase, and GPS coordinates are stamped on the photos along with a user-set camera name. Video clips can be up to 60 seconds in length.
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What is the minimum focus distance for this trail ...

What is the minimum focus distance for this trail cam?
Asked by: Cathleen
Sorry but Bushnell dose not list that information on there website or in the manual. With my experiencer with trail cameras I will estimate to be 8-10 feet
Answered by: John
Date published: 2021-09-05

Can you use rechargeable NiMh AA batteries ...

Can you use rechargeable NiMh AA batteries instead of AA alkaline with this trail camera?
Asked by: SooYoung
Bushnell says:-We do not recommend using rechargeable batteries as they have less capacity and lower voltage. Rechargeable batteries will not operate your trail camera reliably or at its full potential"
Answered by: Lenny
Date published: 2021-12-03
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