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The Nature View Cam HD Trail Camera from Bushnell is a trail / wildlife camera with an 8MP CMOS sensor that captures still images and HD 720p video with sound. It also has an Auto PIR (passive infrared) motion sensor that automatically adjusts sensitivity based on temperature: in cold weather, sensitivity decreases, and in warm weather, it increases. Thanks to its Hyper NightVision technology, the camera's 32-LED flash has a range of 60' (18.3 m) for clear shots in low-light conditions. The camera is capable of capturing images at pre-set intervals in time lapse mode. It's even got GPS capability. The Moon Phase stamp feature links the current date to the phase of the moon on that date and imprints an icon on your photo, helping you to determine whether particular animals are inactive at night when a full or nearly full moon is present. Moon Phases also help determine whether a too-dark or too-light background in an image was due to the brightness of the moon at the time of capture. Additionally, the camera imprints a temperature stamp on your images.
The 8MP CMOS image sensor captures still photos and HD 720p video with sound
Auto PIR (passive infrared) motion sensor has a built-in sensor that automatically regulates sensitivity based on temperature, for consistent functioning across an array of different conditions
The camera has Hyper NightVision technology, with a 32-LED flash that has a range of 60' (18.3 m) for clear shots in low-light conditions
Capture images at pre-set intervals in time lapse mode
The camera is equipped with GPS functionality
The Moon Phase stamp links the current date to the phase of the moon on that date and imprints an icon on your photo. This can help you determine whether particular animals are inactive at night when a full or nearly full moon is present, causing them to be more visible to predators. Also, if your nighttime photos seem to have a darker or lighter background, you can determine whether or not that was related to the moon's brightness
The camera imprints a temperature stamp on your images, so you have a record of how warm or cold it was when your photos were captured. This can help you determine which animals are more active and visible at cooler temperatures and which prefer warmer ones