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Product DescriptionThe result of 25 years of scouting camera experience and more than three years of development, the feature-loaded Attack Black Flash Game Camera delivers unsurpassed performance. The Attack's 1/4-second trigger speed makes this the fastest Cuddeback ever. Exclusive Centered Subject Technology means you'll see more game centered in the image frame. Smart Color Image Enhancement creates crisp, clear daytime images with vivid colors and 5.0-megapixel resolution. At night, the Attack Black Flash takes 5.0-megapixel infrared images with amazing clarity. 36 high-power LEDs produce a true 60-ft. flash range. You can also take up to 30-second video clips day or night, and the daytime Video Plus feature means you get a still image with every video. Set the camera in time-lapse mode and it will automatically take five pictures in a minute during the day (no trigger necessary). This lets you monitor large areas such as fields and food plots for activity. Choose from eight delay options ranging from 5 seconds to 30 minutes. Uses SD cards with up to 32GB capacity (sold separately). The Attack's USB port lets you easily download images and video to a computer or flash drive. Comes with the Cuddeback Genius Mount System you can strap or bolt to a tree. Runs on four D batteries (not included).
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Q:What does Black Flash mean? I am looking for a Cudeback that shows no bright white flash at night to use as a security camera. I don't want a flash giving away the camera position. Is this the right Cudeback,or is there a better option?Asked on 8/26/2013 by Ted from Wisconsin
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