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Description du produit
Ajustement de la focalisation: Auto/Manuel
Balance des blancs: Auto
Cartes mémoire compatibles: SD
Résolutions vidéo: 1920 x 1080 pixels
Système audio: Stereo
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The daytime function is fine for both photos and videos, but that is not why I bought it; my goal was to use it for nest site IR videos of wild barn owls that were nesting in a 24-foot diameter silo. For that purpose, it is very good.
For daytime use, I recorded video of hummingbirds at close range. The results were utterly spectacular. Interestingly, the close-up IR videos of hummingbirds were very good also.
The trigger time is quite fast, and the videos were well-exposed once I figured out the settings, which ended up being medium LED level and fast shutter speed for night use.
1) The manual could be better written. It should be clearer. In particular, I wish it specified minimum and maximum focus distances and field of view both with and without the closeup lenses.
2) The little bar that holds the batteries in place is flimsy. The battery case is a weak link.
3) I would prefer a wider angle of view.
4) The length of the videos should be greater, perhaps three minutes. They are my batteries, and I should have the ability to run them down if I wish.
Ultimately, this is hands down the best trail camera I have used for my purposes, but it has room for improvement.
It would be nice if someone would design one of these for exclusive night use with 940nm illumination. A do-it-all camera has too many engineering and optical compromises.
I noticed that previous reviewers had not been pleased with the IR performance of this model. However, compared to an LTL Acorn in the same price range and a Stealthcam, this was an easy winner. Night vision videos are not as sharp as daytime videos, but that is true of every trail camera designed for primarily daytime use.
With a few tweaks, this could be a magnificent night-vision trail camera for wildlife study. Notwithstanding the narrow field of view and the short videos as major shortcomings, I still recommend it. I have not found better.
Furthermore, videos taken with IR illumination when there was also some ambient light, e.g., at dusk, or aimed toward my house when there was a light inside a window, always had a rapid flicker. It seemed as though the camera was saying to itself something like "It's dark so I'd better adjust to the darkness. Now it isn't dark, so I'd better adjust the other way. Now it's dark, now it isn't, etc.", lacking the necessary hysteresis to prevent such instability.
As a result, I returned the camera. Perhaps the graininess of the night videos is comes about because, according to the documentation, the camera only uses 24 of its 32 IR LEDs for videos. I did not try taking still pictures, because that was not my intended use. It is possible that the camera would do a very good job with stills.