The Tiny W2 from Spypoint will change the way that you think about game cameras. This "Tiny" unit is extremely compact and features a 7 zone detection range, or about 180 degree sensitivity. Featuring a detachable sliding mount for easier handling and maintenance in the field, and a built in 2.4" LCD menu and viewing screen, this camera is very simple to operate. The thing that makes this camera totally unique is the wireless transmitter. Mount the transmitter up to 250 feet away from your camera and keep your pictures safe and don't contaminate your hunting area. Each picture is remotely recorded to the SD card in and kept safe in the Black Box receiver. The camera itself takes up to a 32 GB SD card, while the black box receiver will accept up to a 8 GB SD card. The adjustable distance sensor and automatic infrared level adjustment will ensure that you get the perfect shot on your trophy animal. The compact size makes this camera very concealable, allowing this camera to be an excellent choice for any type of surveillance. Special Note from Spypoint: Only images are transmitted to the receiver, not videos.
Trigger Speed: Instant in electricity mode
IR or Incandescent: IR
Flash Range: Up to 60'
Video: Yes, 10-90 seconds
Audio on Video: No
Memory Card Type: SD, SDHC*
Memory Card Size: Camera will accept up to 32 GB card, receiver will accept up to 8 GB card
Memory Card Included: No
Multi-shot:Yes, up to 6 shots
Programming Method: LCD Menu
Viewing Screen: Yes
Battery Type: 6 AA batteries for camera, 6 AA batteries for receiver
Batteries Included: No
Photo Stamping: Time & Date, Moon Phase, Temperature
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