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The M-1100i is the flagship model of Moultrie game cameras, ideal for capturing the highest quality digital images and videos of deer and other wild game on your land or hunting camp. Built to withstand the harshest outdoor conditions – and designed to escape the attention of even the sharpest bucks – the M-1100i is your silent sentry, capturing all the sights and sounds of your next big trophy. For the clearest, most comprehensive picture of what’s waiting for you out there, trust the M-1100i to deliver the invaluable field intelligence you need to stay ahead of the game.
Decked out in Realtree Xtra camouflage and powered by Moultrie’s advanced 80-foot NO-GLOW infrared flash technology, the M-1100i is practically invisible to game. Day or night, the motion sensors detect and stealthily capture prey within 50 feet – all without alerting your subjects to the camera’s presence.
Even though it’s completely silent, the M-1100i’s got all the bells and whistles. Capture superlative quality photos and Full HD 1080p video, then preview them right there in the field on the 2-inch full-color LCD screen. Ample photo, video and time lapse settings let you customize your surveillance, while a detailed Information Strip relays to you all the ideal conditions for encountering the biggest game again.
The M-1100i employs a passive infrared (PIR) motion sensor that’s triggered by heat and movement within 50 feet.
Motion Detect Delay: This is a low-power "sleep" state entered after image capture. Longer delays extend battery life and limit the images recorded in high-traffic situations (e.g. – on a very busy game feeder). The camera can be set for 5, 10, or 30 second delays as well as 1, 5, 10, or 30 minute delays.
Trigger Speed: The M-1100i takes about half a second after motion triggers the PIR until the camera is fully ready to capture an image.
Time lapse mode disables the PIR sensor and instead triggers the camera through a countdown timer that can be set for up to 2 different time lapse captures per day.
When in Time Lapse Mode,you can set an adjustable interval between each image capture. Use longer intervals for slower changing subjects and shorter intervals for faster changing subjects. The M-1100i allows for 13 different interval settings, lasting from as little as 10 seconds to as long as 24 hours.
The camera can be triggered by both its passive infrared (PIR) motion sensor and a time lapse program.
This 940nm NO-GLOW LED technology is essentially invisible and can illuminate game up to 80 feet away in total darkness.
For night-time operation of the camera, you can select between reduced motion blur or extended flash range to maximize image clarity and visibility.
Camera requires 8 AA Alkaline or Lithium batteries, which will power the camera for 10,000 images. This conservative estimate is based on 10 daytime and 10 nighttime captures per day. Actual results vary based on user settings and environmental factors, but in common game management situations, new set of batteries often last for 1 year. The M-1100i is also compatible with Moultrie's 12V DC external power sources that can be used to extend field life. Camera also has a AC Power Mode that allows for high-performance and perpetual use of the device.
MEMORY CARD COMPATIBILITY
Works with SD/SDHC Class 4 cards or higher, and can handle up to 32 GB. Memory cards are sold separately.
Wi-Fi MEMORY CARD COMPATIBILITY
Camera is compatible with Eye-Fi Connect X2/Pro X2, which allows the camera to transmit images to a Wi-Fi network and the internet. Moultrie recommends (but does not support) the "X2" series of cards from Eye-Fi.
When set to "Overwrite Oldest," the M-1100i will erase the oldest photos and videos to create free space for new photos and videos when the memory card is at full capacity. Or if you want to keep all of your old images, you can also set the camera to stop recording new images when the SD card memory is full.
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