Reconyx HyperFire Infrared Digital Game Camera HC600
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- No Glow High Output Covert Infrared Night Vision up to 60 feet.
- Temp Range of -20 to 120 F
- Rugged Weatherproof Enclosure
- Includes BuckView Advanced Software for Windows
- Includes an adjustable bungee cord for mounting
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No-Glow High Output Covert Infrared Technology eliminates the tell-tale red glow common to other Infrared Cameras. The HC600 HyperFire camera now has even longer battery life using 12 AA size batteries, enabling the camera to run continuously up to one year. HyperFire cameras utilize Secure Digital (SD or SDHC) Memory Cards to capture full 1080P High Definition images at speeds as fast as 2 frames per second. You will notice increased image quality day and night with our exclusive Ultra HD IR camera lens, providing images that are sharper and clearer than ever before. RECONYX HyperFire Scouting Cameras, See What You've Been Missing.
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Also, unless you really really need the higher performance covert illuminator, save yourself $100 and buy the HC500 - it takes terrific pics and uses ordinary AA alkaline batteries which are way less expensive and much easier to find than the finicky lithiums.
It appears to be very well built. The door has a rubber insert to help with a weather-tight seal. I rub a little vegetable oil on it to help, which I do with most seals on my various equipment. Veg Oil works with other outdoor items and I expect it will work on this. The camera has already sat out in very sever thunderstorms (3+ inches of rain) without effect on operations.
Pictures are very good, day and night. Clear and sharp IMO. I am not looking for publish quality photos. If you are, then these cameras (and most others) are probably not good for you. I just need to see what is out on the property. I measured 20, 40, and 60 feet and placed range markers. I have pictures past the 40 foot marker of deer walking through at midnight during a new moon. Vey clear photos. I am anxious to see if I will get anything out to 60 feet. Especially two legged creatures.
If this camera holds up well for the next year or two, I think I will have found my long term camera supplier. I have 5 other cameras, 3 no longer function and the other 2 are just not as easy to work with as this one. The trigger is very fast and I get great shots. I get blank shots with one of my other cameras; it is that slow.
Apparently no reaction to the flash either.
I like this camera a lot. If it works well over the next hunting season, I may go for one of the remote transmission types in the future.