Woodland Organics are distributing newly updated Stealth Cams, designed for remote wildlife photography.
Have you ever been frustrated while trying to take pictures of wildlife? Has that twig snapped at that crucial moment, startling your subject? Well, help may be at hand in the shape of the newly updated Stealth Cam motion cameras.
The remote cameras, as used by the BBC natural history unit, can detect heat and motion using passive infrared sensor technology, allowing photos to be taken while photographers can keep a safe distance from their subjects.
Digital models offer 5.0MP imaging power and include features such as a burst mode that takes up to three pictures per trigger and on screen menu programming. The cameras can also record video footage and have an expandable CompactFlash memory card slot.
For more information on the Stealth Cam’s features and a full price list, visit www.woodlandorganics.com