When wildlife officers or police agencies monitor remote sites or urban areas during power outages, nothing is more reliable than the Stealth Cam G42NG remote-sensing camera.
The G42NG senses movements out to 100 feet in darkness with its 42 “black” infrared emitters and low-light retina. It then takes video, or one-to-nine images, per triggering. It can also tag photos with GPS coordinates.
For more information, visit stealthcam.com.
Stealth Cam was launched in 2000. Prior to the launch of Stealth Cam, traditional trail cameras were “pieced” together using off the shelf components, crudely wired together to build a working camera. Stealth Cam approached this category by wiping the slate clean and starting from scratch. Rather than piecing together mis-matched parts, through cutting edge engineering and resources, Stealth Cam built their first trail camera from the ground up as one complete unit.
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