The HCO Scoutguard SG560 Digital Game Camera with Viewing Screen is one of the smallest game cameras available. At 5-1/2" tall x 4" wide it is rather small, but it does come packed with features found in cameras twice its size. The camera captures color images during the day and black and white images at night. The SG560 features a fast 1 to 1.2 second trigger speed, 5.0 MP picture quality, low power consumption and its small size means you can mount it just about anywhere. It uses 8 AA batteries (not included) which will last approximately 80 days and is SD card compatible (SD card not included). If you are tired of the normal, bulky game cameras then this is the camera for you. The SG560 includes a detachable viewing screen; images may also be viewed by connecting the camera to a personal computer with a USB cord (not included).
Technical Information: HCO Scoutguard SG560 Digital Game Camera
Resolution: 5.0 MP Trigger Speed: 1-1.2 seconds IR or Incandescent: IR Number of LEDs in Flash: 24 Range: 45 ft Video: Yes Video Time: 1-60 seconds Internal Memory: No Memory Card Type: SD Memory Card Size: Up to 8GB Memory Card Included: No Multi-shot: Yes, 1-3 shots Weather-resistant: Yes Menu Type: Detachable remote Programming Remote: Yes Viewing Screen: Yes Battery Type: 8 AA batteries Batteries Included: No Battery Life: N/A Computer Requirements: N/A Time and Date on Pictures: Yes Temperature on Pictures: No Moon phase on Pictures: No Mounting Strap Included: Yes USB Cable Included: No TV Out Cable Included: No Camera Dimensions: 5-1/2" x 4" x 2-1/2" Color or B&W Photos/Video: Color during day, black and white at night
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