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Product DescriptionThe Blade Trail Camera's 24-LED high-intensity infrared flash boasts a 45-ft. range and Redux anti-blur technology for crisp, high-resolution 5MP color pictures and video by day and black-and-white photos and video at night. Its ultra-compact design provides light, packable performance in the field. A rapid one-second trigger speed snaps images and video clips of animals in range quickly and quietly. Wide angle 16:9 aspect ratio option is ideal for capturing pictures on food plots and large field areas. Flextime+ time-lapse technology lets you capture any movement at any time, day or night. Install up to a 32GB SDHC card to capture hundreds of clips and images (not included). Stamp images with moon phase. On-board batteries retain your time and date settings. Uses eight AA batteries (not included), or the EXB port to connect it to the optional rechargeable external battery pack (sold separately). Manufacturer's one-year limited warranty.
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Q:I must be missing something about the use of my model W5BD Blade 5. I set it up in my house. Shut it off and then turned it on. Walked by a couple of times and it took photos of me. I reviewed them on my camera. I put this unit in the field. Walked by a few times and checked photos! None!!! Can you please advise! Once the settingshave been set to my requirements. How do I set this in place and turn on and leave. I would like to know this. Then walk by in the field a couple of times. Change the SD card and put into my camera and check the photos. I am traveling 60 miles to my hunting area. Plan on a once a week get together with camera in field!
BobAsked on 8/25/2013 by Bob from Tucson, AZ
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