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Offline Vintage_Mania

Re: Camera Trapping
« Reply #120 on: February 03, 2014, 07:17:01 am »
*Ingeskryf*

Oulik hoe die klippies so nuuskierig is oor die kamera. In al die pics hier, lyk hulle soos die enigste wat oplet die kamera is wel daar. Wys jou net hoe bedagsaam en op hul hoede die klein bokkies is met hul omgewing.

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Offline Offshore

Re: Camera Trapping
« Reply #121 on: February 03, 2014, 08:20:43 am »
Hulle is nou al meer as 12 ure besig
 

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Re: Camera Trapping
« Reply #122 on: February 03, 2014, 08:25:09 am »
So 'n paar Zebras, sommige dragtig.
 

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Re: Camera Trapping
« Reply #123 on: February 03, 2014, 08:52:27 am »
Brilliant guys! Thanks for sharing. :thumleft:
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Offline Bailey

Re: Camera Trapping
« Reply #124 on: February 07, 2014, 04:56:18 pm »
Some really awesome shots guys, thanks  :thumleft:

@Offshore, 2 cameras, windgat nè  :laughing4:
 

Offline Bailey

Re: Camera Trapping
« Reply #125 on: February 08, 2014, 04:25:59 pm »
*Ingeskryf*

Oulik hoe die klippies so nuuskierig is oor die kamera. In al die pics hier, lyk hulle soos die enigste wat oplet die kamera is wel daar. Wys jou net hoe bedagsaam en op hul hoede die klein bokkies is met hul omgewing.

They love the camera, we're calling this one Fabio for now  :lol8:





Some more pictures








 

Offline Offshore

Re: Camera Trapping
« Reply #126 on: February 17, 2014, 09:30:55 am »
 :)
 

Offline Offshore

Re: Camera Trapping
« Reply #127 on: February 17, 2014, 09:37:59 am »
 :)
 

Offline Offshore

Re: Camera Trapping
« Reply #128 on: February 17, 2014, 09:39:54 am »
Fokof hier jou klein BMWtjie
 

Offline Offshore

Re: Camera Trapping
« Reply #129 on: February 17, 2014, 09:42:59 am »
A typical Domestic scene with Mom in charge.  ::)
 

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Re: Camera Trapping
« Reply #130 on: February 17, 2014, 09:48:28 am »
 :biggrin: Nice Offshore daai Vlakvarkie se Polisie Antenna laat my altyd lag hulle is oulik en vermaak mens nogal by die watergate
Hou die Tyres op die Grondpad...
 

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Re: Camera Trapping
« Reply #131 on: February 17, 2014, 10:19:29 am »
Really cool  :thumleft:  - bit of a lucky dip  :lol8:
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Offline Offshore

Re: Camera Trapping
« Reply #132 on: February 17, 2014, 10:26:01 am »
Really cool  :thumleft:  - bit of a lucky dip  :lol8:
Yeah your are Spoton, of the 1000 odd Photos taken you can use about 50. The problem now is the long Grass and lots of leaves that trigger the Shutter. Although it has a sensitivity setting it does not help much.
 

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Re: Camera Trapping
« Reply #133 on: February 17, 2014, 11:42:39 am »
So the trigger is movement, not infra red?

Can one do an infra red trigger?
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Offline Offshore

Re: Camera Trapping
« Reply #134 on: February 17, 2014, 12:13:27 pm »
The trigger works with Beams set at an angle of 100 Degrees. Not sure if you get a infrared sensor.
Model
 Parameters
 5210MC
 
Max. Pixel Size
 2560x1920
 Yes
 
Lens
 F=3.1; FOV=52°; Auto IR-Cut
 Yes
 
IR Flash
 65 Feet/20 Meters
 Yes
 
LCD Screen
 48x35.69mm(2.36"); 480(RGB)*234DOT; 16.7M Color
 Yes
 
Picture Size
 5MP/12MP/1.3MP = 2560X1920/4000X3000/1280X960;
 Yes
 
Video Size
 640x480: 20fps; 320x240: 20fps
 Yes
 
PIR Sensitivity
 High/Normal/Low
 Yes
 
PIR Sensing Distance
 65ft/20m(Below 77°F/25°C at the Normal Level)
 Yes
 
Prep PIR Sensing Angle
 Left and right light beams form an angle of 100°; Each lens covers 10°
 Yes
 
Main PIR Sensing Angle
 35°
 Yes
 
Operation Mode
 Day/Night
 Yes
 
Trigger Interval
 0sec. - 60min; Programmable
 Yes
 
Shooting Numbers
 1~3
 Yes
 
Video Length
 1-60sec.; Programmable
 Yes
 
Camera + Video
 First take Picture then Video
 Yes
 
Playback Zoom In
 1~16 Times
 Yes
 
Time Stamp
 On /Off; Include serial no., temperature and moon phase
 Yes
 
Timer
 On /Off; Time Lapse Programmable
 Yes
 
Password
 4-Digit Numbers
 Yes
 
Device Serial No.
 4 digits and 26alphabets set by yourself
 Yes
 
Periodic Shot
 1 Second ~ 24 Hours
 Yes
 
MMS Picture Size
 VGA: QVGA: OFF: Programmable
 No use
 
MMS Numbers
 1~99/Day:Not limit: Programmable
 No use
 
Mobile number
 1~3
 No use
 
E-mail
 0~1 Programmable
 extensible
 
Low Battery SMS Alert
 Send“Battery Low”
 extensible
 
Power Supply
 4xAA; Expandable to 8xAA (With additional battery box)
 Yes
 
External DC

Power Supply
 Plug Size:4.0X1.7

6~12V(2~1A)
 Yes
 
Stand-by Current
 0.4mA
 Yes
 
Stand-by Time
 3~6 Months(4xAA~8xAA)
 Yes
 
Auto Power Off
 Auto power off in 2 minutes while no keypad controlling
 Yes
 
Power Consumption
 150mA (+350mA when IR LED lights up)
 Yes
 
Low Battery Alarm
 4.2~4.3V
 Yes
 
Interface
 TV out (NTSC); USB; SD Card Slot; 6V DC External
 Yes
 
Mounting
 Strap; Tripod Nail
 Yes
 
Waterproof
 IP54
 Yes
 
Operation Temperature
 -22~+158°F/-30 ~+70°C
 Yes
 
Operation Humidity
 5% ~ 95%
 Yes
 


 

Offline Bailey

Re: Camera Trapping
« Reply #135 on: February 17, 2014, 02:30:01 pm »
Awesome pics you got there Offshore. Love the photo of the Eland with the crooked horn  :thumleft:
 

Offline Offshore

Re: Camera Trapping
« Reply #136 on: February 17, 2014, 03:06:04 pm »
Awesome pics you got there Offshore. Love the photo of the Eland with the crooked horn  :thumleft:
Thanks Bailey, I hope that I will also get some of your Animals on Camera ie Rooikat or Leopard. :thumleft:
 

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Re: Camera Trapping
« Reply #137 on: February 17, 2014, 03:14:48 pm »
Lots of reference to PIR in those specs.

Passive Infra Red.

So leaves etc should not trigger it.
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Offline Bailey

Re: Camera Trapping
« Reply #138 on: February 17, 2014, 04:32:09 pm »
Thanks Bailey, I hope that I will also get some of your Animals on Camera ie Rooikat or Leopard. :thumleft:

You are going to get your leopard shot, its just a matter of time. Its been almost a year since we got our one and only leopard shot.
You're in leopard country, seems you have your area pretty well covered with those cams  :thumleft:
 

Offline Bailey

Re: Camera Trapping
« Reply #139 on: April 24, 2014, 06:15:15 pm »
Just a quick update. Been very quiet up at the camera the last 2 months. Very little of interest except for the usuals, but did get a pic of a Smith's Red Rock Rabbit.



After almost a year BM12, Mr Scott, decided to make an appearance again  ;D Very happy about it