Thanks to its 13 MP CMOS image sensor, the Braun Scouting Cam Black1300 delivers videos in full HD and even 4K resolution, as well as images with up to 48 MP
+++ 3 PIR motion sensors with 120° detection angle +++ trigger time 0.5 seconds +++ trigger distance up to 20 m +++ 2'' color display +++ storage on SD card (up to 128GB) +++ weight only 264 g +++ time-lapse recordings +++ integrated microphone and loudspeaker
With the help of wildlife cameras, foresters and hunters gain valuable insights into their hunting grounds. But photo traps can also be used sensibly to observe objects such as allotment gardens or garages and to prevent theft and vandalism. The Braun Scouting Cam Black1300 was specially developed for surveillance tasks. With its 13 megapixel CMOS image sensor, the Scouting Cam Black1300 is advancing to the new top model of the wildlife camera series from Braun Photo Technik.
The compact camera has three PIR motion sensors and can take photos and videos with daytime shots in color, as well as black and white at night. Various recording functions such as single images, videos (also 4K at 10fps) and time-lapse recordings are possible, which are saved on an SD card (max. 128 GB). With a detection angle of 120 degrees, a trigger distance of up to 20 meters and a trigger time of around 0.5 seconds, the Black1300 produces sharp images. The Scouting Cam has a 2‘‘ TFT color display to check the images. In addition, the Black1300 has an integrated microphone, a loudspeaker, password protection and information about the date, time, moon phase and temperature.