119599C2

Bushnell Aggressor 14MP Wireless No-Glow Trail Camera

Bushnell Aggressor 14MP Wireless No-Glow Trail Camera
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Aggressor 14MP Wireless No-Glow Trail Camera

The trail camera that checks on you. Hunt-proven features deliver all the evidence you need to plan your perfect shot from wherever your smartphone is.

Features:
  • Sharper thumbnails, 4 times the resolution as the previous model
  • Aggressor camera body with an all metal buckle
  • Expanded network coverage
  • Wireless connectivity straight out of the box - sim card and data included
  • 3G Wireless functionality only compatible in the US
  • Affordable pre-paid data plans available from Bushnell
  • Daily location monitoring
  • Premium command and control, manage your camera settings via your computer or smart phone
  • Free iOS and Android app - Send images to a smart phone, email, web or facebook
  • Lightning fast - 0.3 second trigger speed
  • Runs up to 3 months on one set of batteries
  • 14MP high-quality full color resolution
  • HD Video - 1280x720 pixels
  • 48 No-Glow Black LEDs with 60' range, invisible to game and other hunters
  • Day/night autosensor
  • External power compatible
  • PIR sensor is motion activated out to 60'
  • Adjustable PIR (Lo/Med/High) or Auto PIR
  • Programmable trigger interval: 1 sec. to 60 min
  • Multi-image mode: 1-3 images per trigger
  • Video length: 1 second to 60 seconds, programmable
  • Field Scan 2X with two available time slots so you can monitor dusk and dawn movement
  • Temperature range -5° F to 140° F
  • PIR sensor is motion activated out to 60'
  • Runs up to 3 months on one set of batteries
  • Adjustable web belt and 1/4-20 socket
  • SD card slot
  • Weatherproof
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