Bushnell Cordless Surveillance Camera

Bushnell Cordless Surveillance Camera


Bushnell Cordless Surveillance Camera is ideal for land surveillance.


  • Cordless Capability Is A Must Have For Remote Locations Without Electricity
  • Infrequent Visits Due To Land Size Require Significant Run Time
  • Outdoor Applications Require Gasket-Sealed Ruggedness To Withstand Rain, Snow, And Wind Over Months At A Time
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Runs for months on AA batteries. Weather resistant for outdoor use.


  • Memory Capacity - Due to length of time unit may be at work, having the ability to record data for months is required
  • Product Size - This unit that is discreet & easy to move, and the product allows the user to carry multiple units and deploy within minutes
  • Image Quality - Image quality of 2MP resolution gives visibility


  • 2MP/5MP High Quality Full Color Resolution
  • 18 IR LED Night Vision Flash - 30' Range
  • Date, time, moon phase stamp
  • Low and high resolution settings
  • PIR sensor is motion activated out to 30'
  • Simple to use system
  • Still image and video modes
  • Video length 15 seconds
  • 32GB SD card capacity
  • Trigger speed - less than 1.5 seconds
  • Trigger interval - 10 sec to 10 minutes programmable
  • Takes 4 AA batteries
  • Sleep state of .40 milliamps
  • 6 month + run-time on one set of 4 AA batteries
  • 640 x 480 AVI Video (20 fps)
  • Temperature range 0° F to 140° F
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Bushnell Cordless Surveillance Camera 119522CL Cordless Surveillance Camera
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