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Product DescriptionSeeing images of your hunting zone with DLC's Covert Special OPS Code Black Camera is as simple as adding a line to your current cell provider account! The compact Covert Special OPS Code Black is perfect for scouting, security, and surveillance anywhere a GSM cellular signal is available. The camera operates with no need to buy a wireless plan; just add a line through your current cell provider and start receiving images wirelessly! There's no website to log on to--pictures are sent directly to your cell phone or email via MMS instantly!
8.0 MP color CMOS with 60' infrared flash range. Captures full color daytime photos and video and B&W nighttime photos and video. Pictures include date/time/temp/moon stamp. Adjustable picture resolution: 8.0 MP, 5.0 MP, and 3.0 MP. Adjustable video resolution: 320 x 240 (20 fps) and 640 x 480 (16 fps). Adjustable PIR sensitivity (low, med, high). Trigger speed of 1.2 seconds. Photo burst of 1 to 3 images with 1-second to 60-minute adjustable interval. Built-in color viewer. Password protected. Durable, weatherproof design. Supports up to 32 GB SD/SDHC card. Takes thousands of pictures on 4, 8, or 12 AA batteries. MossyOak Infinity camo. Dimensions: 5.5"x 3.4"x 2.2".
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Q:GSM cellular signal is available What is this? " GSM " Will this work with Verizon Wireless?Asked on 8/16/2013 by Stetson from Mass.
A:The camera will send photos via text or email to any provider (Verizon, Sprint, At&T, etc.), however the camera itself needs a SIM card setup either through AT&T or T mobile.Answered on 8/19/2013 by Big Mule from Charlottesville, VA
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