- 36 Low-Glow LEDs
- 2,8, 20 or 24 MP high-quality full color resolution
- Full-HD 1920x1080p video
- 0.2-second trigger speed
- Runs up to 12 months on one set of batteries
The Bushnell Trophy Cam Aggressor HD is battery powered with motion activation that records video and images to an SD card, it's easy to set up and great fun to use in the garden or out in the woods. The Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Low Glow Aggressor 119874 offers a variety of adjustable camera settings that can provide one to three images per trigger, or anywhere from five to 120 seconds of HD video at a time. An adjustable trigger delay from 0.6sec to 60 minutes is also an option. This Bushnell Camera produces high quality 20mp images with full-colour resolution and an automatic day/night sensor to ensure you will not miss that picture perfect shot. The Trophy Cam Aggressor also features a stunning 1080p HD Video capture with Audio, and a Time-Lapse (field scan) mode. Field Scan allows you to take regular still images of a particular project over hours, days or weeks, you can then stitch them all together to make a fast forward (start to finish) movie. The Bushnell Trophy Cam Aggressor Low Glow features a removable ''''ARD'''' anti-reflection LED cover, a strengthened cable lock channel and an improved latch for maximum ruggedness. Inside is a stunning 20MP camera with a super-fast 0.25-second trigger speed, extended night-time photo range with Hyper Night Vision Full colour images by day and Infrared (IR) black and white images by night. 36 high powered IR Low Glow LED's give a Hyper Night Vision range of up to 30 meters, infrared is invisible to the eye so no flash is omitted. A ''''Low Glow'''' infrared glare may be seen if looking directly at the camera LED's in darkness. Bushnell have introduced an optional Dynamic Video function in the menu, this means that a triggered video recording will stop after 5 seconds if no activity is being sensed by the PIR motion detection saving you both on battery and SD card memory space. Dynamic HD Video lets the activity of movement within the frame decide the video length runtime from 5 to 120 seconds during daylight and up to 60 seconds at night.