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Cuddeback Non Typical Ambush Black Flash Trail Camera

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Product Description

The Cuddeback Non Typical Ambush Black Flash Trail Camera features Cuddeback's legendary 0.25 second trigger speed and Centered Subject Technology as well as a 5-second delay all of which means more pictures of game and far fewer blank images! During daylight, Ambush Black Flash takes color pictures with hard to rival clarity and great detail! The Ambush Black Flash long battery life from the 8 AA batteries for up to six months and, thanks to its small size, its ideal for trails, rub lines and scrapes. If you like videos to monitor behavior you can choose from 10, 20 or 30 second clips during the day and night. The Ambush Black Flash is USB compatible and is easy to use. Use an SD card, 1 to 32 GB, and store an entire seasons worth of pictures. Ambush Black Flash has a new option of a 1 second time delay for pictures. Select the time of day you want pictures taken: day only, night only or both. The new second time lapse mode gives you the options of taking an untriggered picture every 1min, 15min, 30min, 1, 3, 6, 12, 24 hours. Plus, a 120 MB internal memory records images even if you forget or lose your SD card.

Cuddeback Non Typical Ambush Black Flash Trail Camera Features:

  • 24 frames per second video
  • 5 megapixels
  • Takes 10, 20, or 30 second videos
  • SmartColor Image Technology
  • 10,000 picture battery life

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