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Product DescriptionUnlike trail cameras that trigger on short-range motion, the PlotWatcher HD TLV (Time-Lapse Video) captures images of an area regardless of how far the subject is from the camera. Using time-lapse HD video, it records activity at a much greater distance, covering an area 10 times greater than a traditional scouting camera. When set up at hunting locations, this greater field of view allows the hunter to see game and their travel patterns that would have gone undetected by traditional trail cameras. Images are taken every 5 or 10 seconds from dawn until dusk, producing a short HD video that, when reviewed with the included GameFinder software, will allow you to see a full day of activity in just a few minutes. Video is recorded to a USB drive (8GB recommended - not included). Provides over 7 days of daytime video on 4 AA batteries (not included). 3-1/2"W x 7-1/2"H x 2-3/4"D.
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Q:what comes with the plot watcher for mountingAsked on 12/31/2010 by Asher from Paducah Ky
A:It comes with a 5 piece plastic stake and two bungee cords. Camera is very light, so it is very easy to bungee to a tree or post. The plastic stake is suitable for use in soft ground or you can use the stake to raise the camera higher up a tree and actually bungee the stake to the tree or post. The camera has a threaded receptacle in the bottom that the stake, or a standard tripod, can screw into.Answered on 1/31/2011 by Russ from Columbus, GA
Q:Does this camara only take daytime pictures or can it take night pics also?Asked on 11/24/2010 by Mike the hunter from Poplarvillie, MS
A:The camera only takes pictures during the day. The reason for this is that most of the activity you capture will be quite a long way from the camera. At night, you will not be able to illuminate the subject at such a distance. Remember that this camera is designed to scout a large area, not just that area within 40-50 feet of your traditional trail camera. Hope this helps.Answered on 1/31/2011 by Russ from Columbus, GA
Q:Do you have to review pictures daily??? if not,how many days will it take pic's.??? what's the battery life???Asked on 9/4/2010 by Wayne-o from shelby,nc
A:You do not have to check the videos daily. With an 8G USB Flash Drive, it will take videos for 80 days before the Flash Drive is full. You have to purchase the Flash Drive at Walmart for about $20.00. If you set the camera to take a 12 hour non-stop video, the batteries will last about 7 days. If you program a mid-day sleep mode, it will increase the battery life. It's a great camera. The videos are sharp and clear.Answered on 9/21/2010 by grizzlyhunter2 from Harvard, Illinois
Q:how are the pictures veiwedAsked on 8/22/2010 by joe
A:Software that comes with the camera that you load into your computer. Easy to view and save on a computer also. I don't think they can be viewed any other way. Hope this helps Joe.
JohnAnswered on 10/30/2010 by John from Tonawanda, NY
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