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Covert Scouting E1 Blackhawk Wireless Trail Camera, 18 MP - 5588
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Covert Scouting E1 Blackhawk Wireless Trail Camera, 18 MP - 5588

Details
SKU 793570
Brand Covert Cameras
Model Number 5588
UPC 859972005588

Product Details

Details

  • Type: Wireless
  • Series/Collection: E1 Blackhawk
  • Image Resolution: 18 MP
  • Flash Range: 100'
  • Trigger Speed: 0.4 sec
  • Videos Format: 1080p HD
  • Memory Card Type: SD (Up to 32 GB)
  • Power Source: 12 AA Battery
  • Mounting Type: Reinforced Tripod Mount
  • Video Recording: Yes
  • View Angle: 45 deg
  • Built-In Flash: Invisible IR
  • Burst Capability: 1 to 10 Images per Trigger
  • Color: Mossy Oak
  • Dimension: 4.41" x 2-1/2" x 5.59"
  • Photo Stamping: Time and Date, Moon Phase, Temperature, Name
  • Color Viewing Screen: 1-1/2"

Features

Introducing the Covert wireless E1 certified cell cam. Two models will be available: the E1 AT&T LTE and the E1 verizon LTE, operating on AT&T and verizon networks, respectively. The E1 LTE cameras utilize the same Covert web portal as Covert's other LTE models, making integrating this new camera into your arsenal a breeze. With a 45 deg field of view, the E1 LTE has a 0.4 sec trigger speed, 1 to 10 turbo shot burst mode and maximum silence image capture to prevent spooking game. Each photo includes a time/date/temperature/moon phase stamp for better record keeping and scouting. The E1 models are a basic wireless camera that will take the image and send it directly to your app. Covert cameras are motion and heat activated or time lapse triggered and designed to send your images over approved cellular data networks. While images have previously been sent instantly through text message, covert users are now able to view images at any time via the Covert wireless mobile app. Covert scouting cameras is leading the way in wireless trail cam technology. With these new offered abilities you have the woods and security at your fingertips. Stay best in the game with covert scouting cameras.

Features:

  • Maximum silence image capture

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