Found a new Cameras in the National Geographic catalog.
National geographic phographer Micheal Nichols uses highly specialized remote-camera systems to obtain remarkable images of wildlife behavior. Triggered by heat and movement, these simplified all-weather cameras take multiple images to capture backyard wildlife. Each has a wide-angle lens with 60 degree field of veiw and two test modes and will run for 21 days of 24 hour operation before needing fresh batteries. The 35mm model features a 30 foot-range flash, 1 to 60 minute pause time between activations, and time-date stamp. The digital VGa and 2.0 MP models feature a 15-foot-range flash, 1 to 20 minute pause time between activations, and a built-in 8.MB memory for the VGA model and 16 MB for the 2.0 MP model, and can be expanded with the optional SD card
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