Fewer partial shots and more full-body shots Cabela's Outfitter 8MP IR HD Camera knows exactly when to shoot. Longer, wider and adjustable passive infrared detection range with advanced centering technology senses when your game has entirely entered the frame. The result – fewer partial shots and more full-body images. 85-ft. daytime detection range takes full-color, high-resolution pictures and high-definition daytime videos. Time-lapse function allows image and video capture at specified time intervals to take a survey of the area's daily activity. Equipped with brilliant LEDs, it shoots up to three-round bursts and five- to 60-second videos. Easy-to-use LCD screen and push button on back offer user-friendly operation. Rugged case with a rubber seal protects againsts rain and snow. The face is decked out in Cabela's Zonz™ Woodlands camo for ultimate concealment. Python cable hole accepts security cables. Powered by eight AA batteries (not included). Imported. 6.5"H x 3.8"W x 2.5"D. Camo pattern: Cabela's Zonz™ Woodlands .
The warranty on the Cabela's Outfitter Series® 8MP IR Trail Camera, IK-461143, is one year. The lifetime of the camera will vary with the amount of use and exposure to extreme temperature/weather conditions.
There is not a specific solar charger or solar power pack for the Cabela's Outfitter™ 8MP IR HD Trail Camera, item # IK-461143. Any solar charger or solar power pack designed for a 6-volt battery will work.
The infrared LED lights on the Cabela's Outfitter™ 8MP IR HD Trail Camera, Item # IK-461143, cannot be turned off. These should not bother the animals as most game animals are not able to see infrared light.
What brand are you guys using in the camera? I've found Sony 4GB card to work fine for video during daylight, but at night, it takes video for 3 sec instead of the full 10 sec. It's the same with the PNY black 2 GB card. I've sent it back to Cabelas once and they put their card (I don't know what it was) in and it worked. What brand are you using and are you formatting it each time? I'm not. There was a card I was using that worked really well, day and night, but I don't remember what it was. Looking for suggestions.
You can, but it's not real easy to see during bright sunlight. I still prefer to download them and see them on the computer, but during season when I'm checking it regularly, it will be nice to be able to scan through them quickly and delete them if there's not a big buck or something I want to see on the computer.
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answered 1 year, 9 months ago
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How long is the battery life. What type and how many batteries does it take.
The Cabela's Outfitter Series® 8MP IR Trail Camera, item # 461143, will run of 4 or 8 double A batteries and for optimum performance we recommend lithium batteries. Battery life varies greatly depending on multiple factors, including temperature, camera mode (single image, burst image, video, time lapse etc..) amount of batteries (4 or 8), and camera settings.
answered 3 years ago
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use lithium batteries and it will take thousands of pics. it takes 8 aa batteries
The Cabela's Outfitter Series 10MP Trail Camera with Color Video, item # IK-461145, will emit detectable white light when triggered. The Cabela's Outfitter Series 8MP Black IR Game Camera, item # IK-461144 will not emit detectable light when triggered.
The Cabela's Outfitter Series 8MP IR Game Camera, item IK-461143, will have a battery life of approximately one season when using AA lithium batteries. The battery life will vary depending on the temperature, moisture, and settings on the camera.
The Cabela's Outfitter Series® 8MP IR Game Camera, item # IK-461143, has a trigger speed of 1 second +/- .02 seconds. That means that the camera will normally take the photo between 0.98 seconds and 1.02 seconds after the triggering event occurs.
The Cabela's Outfitter Series® 8MP IR Trail Camera, item # IK-461143, has the following specification for PIR interval: This interval means how long the PIR will be disabled after each triggering in the ON mode. During this time, the PIR will not react to motion. The minimum interval is 0 second, it means the PIR works all the time. The maximum interval is 1 hour, it means the PIR will be disabled for 1 hour after each triggering.
answered 3 years ago
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yes there are variable settings. Unfortuanley I don't have the instructions with me so i won't qoute exact times but I beleive there are at least 2-3 settings you can choose from.