Moultrie I35 Game Spy 4 Megapixel Digital Infrared Game Camera (Camo)
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- Rapid response infrared digital game camera with 4.0-Mega pixels and 50-Feet flash range
- Infrared (IR) sensor for immediate game capture, easy-to-operate LCD menu-driven display
- Color day pictures/infrared night pictures (four picture resolutions)
- Multi-shot pictures (up to 3 shots), picture delay, set 1 to 60 minutes, temperature and more
- Compatible with Moultrie's game management system, 1-year warranty
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The Game Spy I-35 is the most affordable camera Moultrie's entire line of infrared scouting cameras--giving you the ability to monitor your land, track deer and wildlife patterns, and view the visitors that frequent your food plots, without alarming the game. Equipped with a powerful infrared (IR) sensor, the I-35 trail camera takes photos in standard photo mode by day, and at night the camera uses a virtually undetectable infrared flash instead of visible white light to make scouting the trail to track deer and other wildlife easier than ever. Coming in a tough, water-resistant Realtree APG camouflage casing, offering rapid response time, and boasting an easy-to-operate, menu-driven LCD display, the I-35 Camera is designed to deliver the hunt through high quality images.
Crisp, Brilliant, Easy-to-Read Images:
In the daytime, the I-35 game camera captures crisp, color images of up to 4-megapixels out to 50 feet and easy-to-read infrared pictures by night. Four selectable image resolutions allow you to get the most out of your SD card (16-GB maximum). In addition, the camera can take video clips day or night with two selectable video resolutions, and multi-shot pictures (up to 3 shots). An added feature of the I-35 is the 1-to-60-minute picture delay. Checking your photos is easier than ever with an easy-to-read photo strip on the bottom of the picture, listing the temperature, moon phase, time, date, and camera ID on every photo. Add the optional GPS Game Spy Connect cellular accessory (sold separately) and transmit images to Moultrie's Game Management web site and you're only one click away from 24/7 access to your photos.
- 4.0 megapixels
- Four picture resolutions
- Color day pictures
- Infrared night pictures
- Video clips during the day (5/15/30 seconds)
- Infrared night video clips
- Multi-shot pictures (up to 3 shots)
- 4 seconds between multi-shots
- Two video resolutions
- Picture delay, set 1 to 60 minutes
- Temperature, moon phase, time, date and camera ID on every photo
Easy Set Up/Easy Operation/Easy Image Access:
The I-35 camera comes complete with a mounting strap included so that you can attach it to any standing object. The camera uses 6 C-cell batteries to operate, or you can use the external power port for the optional Moultrie PowerPanel. Thanks to its weather-resistant, airtight camera housing and seal, you can leave the camera out in any weather, worry free. And, finally, equipped with infrared aim, camera setup is quick and precise.
Equipped with a memory card slot that accepts up to a 16 GB SDHC card, the I-35 allows you to choose among four resolutions for photos and two resolutions for videos to reduce the frequency of memory card changes. When you do get out to your hunting camp to check things, the game camera's easy-to-operate LCD menu-driven display shows how much battery life remains, how many pictures have been taken, how many pictures remain, and the events that occurred.
The camera's SD card slot, USB port, TV out port, and a cellular port are easy to reach on the bottom of the camera and make accessing, viewing, and uploading your images a cinch. Able to support a 16-GB SD card, the camera has enough memory for multiple days in the field, and, compatible with the Moultrie Game Management System, the I-35 Camera offers complete access to your game camera from home (excluding the ability to change camera settings remotely) with a subscription to the Game Spy website and a GPS Game Spy Connect cellular modem (sold separately).
- Infrared (IR) sensor for immediate game capture
- 50-foot flash
- Easy-to-read photo strip
- Easy-to-operate LCD menu-driven display
- Display shows: battery life remaining, pictures taken and remaining, and delay timer
- INFRARED aim for quick and precise camera setup
- Weather-resistant casing in Realtree APG camouflage
- Compatible with Moultrie's Game Management System
- External power port for optional Moultrie PowerPanel
- USB port (cable included)
- SD memory card slot supports up to 16 gigabytes
- Operates on 6 C-cell batteries (not included)
- Mounting strap included
Moultrie's Game Spy Game Management System:
Traditionally there have been two ways to get pictures from your game camera. You could go out to the camera and switch the memory cards or you could take the camera back with you and use the USB and TV out cables. But now, there's a third way: Moultrie's Game Spy Game Management System allows you to check your camera through a private-access web site--that means you can view your game camera photos using your computer, cell phone, or PDA without visiting your hunting camp with the GPS Game Spy Connect cellular accessory (sold separately).
Game Management Features:
- Easy-to-use tools let you see exactly when and where game move on your land.
- Log in to your account 24/7 to view the most recent activity near your favorite tree stand or feeder.
- Automatically upload your scouting pictures over a wireless cellular network, through the internet, to any location worldwide.
- Plots your pictures using GPS coordinates on an aerial map of your hunting property.
- Easily search and sort your entire stock of photos by temperature, moon phase, time, date, barometric pressure or location.
Top Customer Reviews
The area of capture and turn on are poor. all they have is a LED that you see get brighter as you walk across, this is static with no internal feed back! You really have no idea what the active field range is to turn the camera ON.